How I Learned the Truth about Death
and the Invisible Universe
by Matthew McKay, PhD.
Knowledge about the visible and invisible universe from an unlikely source
If you have lost someone you deeply love, or have become strongly aware of your mortality, it's hard to avoid wondering about life after death, the existence of God, notions of heaven and hell, and why we are here in the first place. The murder of Matthew McKay's son, Jordan, sent him on a journey in search of ways to communicate with his son despite fears and uncertainty. Here he recounts his efforts—including past-life and between-lives hypnotic regressions, a technique called induced after-death communication, channeled writing, and more.
McKay, a psychologist and researcher, ultimately learned how to reach his son. In this book he provides extraordinary revelations—direct from Jordan—about the soul's life after death, how karma works, why we incarnate, why there is so much pain in the world, the single force that connects us, and our future as souls. Unlike many books about after-death communication, near-death experiences, and past life memories, this is a book for those who do not believe yet yearn to know what happens after death. In addition to being riveting reading, Seeking Jordan is a unique heart-, soul- and mind-stirring reflection on the issues each of us will ultimately face.
"In Seeking Jordan, Matthew McKay takes us on a heart-wrenching and challenging journey into his efforts to reconnect with Jordan. His personal odyssey—full of self-doubt, vulnerability, and fearlessness—is one we all must face, a journey of love: love lost and love reclaimed.... This book is an enormous gift of hope and liberation that reminds us once more that death is not the end but a new beginning."
—John P. Forsyth, PhD, coauthor of Your life on Purpose and
"Healing runs deep into our soul and helps us stay connected to love that knows no boundaries or separation. Matthew McKay has shared his healing in the face of great loss. We are all better off for the transformative gift that is this poignant and powerful book."
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—Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, author of Death Makes Life Possible
Matthew McKay is a clinical psychologist and a professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. He cofounded Haight Ashbury Psychological Services in San Francisco in 1979 and served as its clinical director for twenty-five years. Currently he serves as the director of the Berkeley cognitive Behavior Therapy Clinic. Books he has coauthored on professional and self-help psychology have sold more than 3 million copies.