Praise for The Miracle of Death


Betty Kovacs gives us not just one but two messages that are vital for our lives and times. First, that our individual mortality is an illusion, for death and birth are a cycle through which life, the sole reality, continues transformed, but unbroken. Two, that as more and more people are turning inward and experiencing the true dimensions of their inner self, a new consciousness is being born on this planet—a consciousness that we are all part of each other and of the cosmos, and that together we can heal the Earth—that we can dance, as Betty Kovacs says, the Round Dance. Few things could be more important for us both individually and collectively than understanding these messages.

Ervin Laszlo, Ph.D. Author, Systems Theorist, Founder of The Club of Budapest, two-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee

The Miracle of Death is an inspiring, sensitively told story, opening the door for our whole culture to a new way of living.

Anne Baring, Jungian analyst and author and co-author of seven books, including The Dream of the Cosmos: A Quest for the Soul, The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image (with Jules Cashford) and Soul Power (with Dr. Scilla Elworthy)

The Miracle of Death is an interweaving of the story of a profound loss of a child…and at once a remarkable insight into the mystical experience of that mystery. Dr. Kovacs brings in both ancient and modern philosophy and spiritual teaching together with her own visions and insights and shows us not only how we can better cope with death of a child or loved one, but, because of it, find the opportunity to profoundly change our whole world view. Readers will find this both deeply moving and clearly informative.

Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D. Theoretical Physicist, National Book Award-winning author of Matter into Feeling, Mind into Matter, The Spiritual Universe, Taking the Quantum Leap, and Time Loops and Space Twists 

The Miracle of Death tells the poignant story of a couple whose only son, killed in an automobile accident, seemed to start communicating with them through dreams and visions. Its readers will formulate their own opinions regarding the messages received, but can not help to be moved by the provocative insights they contain. This book describes nothing less than the very nature of existence, and provides a remarkable blueprint for coping with the challenges posed by the 21st century.

Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.  Co-author, Personal Mythology

Dr. Kovacs’ personal journey is supported by the latest research on precognitive dreams and survival of consciousness after death. The Miracle of Death is an inspired and inspiring book.

Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, Surgery, Medicine, Neurology, and Psychiatry, Co-author, The Afterlife Experiments and The Living Energy Universe

This is much more than a book about death, it is a book about life and a powerful call to connect with deeper orders of reality, to live our lives as consciously as possible, and to play our part in the healing of humanity and of the earth.

David Lorimer, Network: The Scientific and Medical Network Review Magazine (UK), Director of The Scientific and Medical Network (1986-2000), Programme Director, author and editor of over a dozen books

Dr. Kovacs has joined the growing ranks of academic, medical, and scientific professionals who are researching and exploring the capacities of the human mind. Her experiences and conclusions pose a giant step forward in understanding ourselves and the mysteries of other dimensions. You will be moved by her personal loss, insights, discoveries, and conclusion that “Love and life are indestructible.” This is a book you need to read.

Joel Martin, Co-author, Love Beyond Life and national bestseller We Don’t Die