Learning from the Light: Pre-death Experiences, Prophecies, and Angelic Messages of Hope by Dr. John Lerma

Following his first bestseller, John Lerma, M.D. has released a new book, Learning From the Light: Pre-death Experiences, Prophecies, and Angelic Messages of Hope. Widely known for his compassionate care of hundreds of terminally-ill patients, as well as his tenure as the Inpatient Medical Director for the Medical Center Hospice of Houston, Lerma shares with readers the thrilling end-of-life moments of some of his patients.

In the first book, Into the Light, he inspired thousands of people to discover what awaits everyone who prepares to transition from earth to heaven. In Learning From the Light, Dr. Lerma expands on the angelic messages as received by his patients, along with their life reviews, and the angel visits experienced by their families and other survivors.

Among the mystical, real-life occurrences described in Learning From the Light:

– Messages about the future of the world

– Encounters with white angels and dark angels

– Electronic voice phenomena (EVP)

– Miraculous healings and exorcisms

РProphecies about today’s Holy Land

In addition to being electrified by the near-death and after-death happenings, readers of Learning From the Light will learn how to prepare for their own peaceful transition to the next world, and how to achieve self-forgiveness and self-love for a heaven on earth.

Dr. Lerma has devoted his career to compiling anecdotal and scientific research on near-death and pre-death experiences, hallucinations, visions, synchronicities, and angelic conversations of terminally-ill patients. He recounts in Learning From the Light how children and adults confront their deaths through the comforting visions of divine beings. He is currently involved in a research project in palliative medicine with MD Anderson Hospital, the leading cancer institute in the world.

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by Simon Warwick-Smith
Board certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Dr. Lerma is widely recognized for his compassionate care of terminally-ill patients and research in the field of end of life care. While working at the Medical Center in Houston, he was involved with teaching hospice and palliative medicine to medical students, residents, geriatric, oncology and palliative fellows from several institutions including but not limited to, Baylor College of Medicine, The University of Texas Medical School, and MD Anderson Cancer Institute. He is a frequent guest on local, national, and international media. Dr. Lerma is creating a non-profit company titled Hearts without Borders, which will take the hospice concept to underserved areas in South America. His organization's current project is to organize a hospice team and travel to several Mexican and South American cities, and aid governments and physicians in giving birth to the wonderful gift of hospice.