This book is an exhilarating celebration of life —and death. It is a thought-provoking and interactive tool that will alter your perceptions about death and prepare you for reincarnation. Explore the history of death rituals and attitudes from other ages and cultures. Uncover surprising facts about this inevitable life event. Moreover, discover the ultimate truth about death, knowledge that is guaranteed to have a profound impact on how you live the rest of your life!
Learn how your experience of life after birth will impact your experience of life after death. Personally engage in five “alchemical laboratories—”—five of the most crucial “stocktaking” exercises you will ever do. Learn a traditional Hindu meditation that will provide a psychic and mental refuge as well as deep physical relaxation for better health. Practice a mantra that can liberate you from the endless wheel of blind incarnation. Use the tools provided in the book and avoid death’'s biggest tragedy: to not ever discover who you are in life.
Reincarnation is an idea that may seem strange, exotic, or even a little nonsensical to the western mind, but in fact it plays a vital role in understanding our purpose in the universe and why we spend time on this planet at all. In fact, it is almost impossible to understand how spirituality works in any practical sense without touching upon the subject, for it is the mechanism that not only drives spiritual growth but makes it possible in the first place. J. Allan Danelek, author of The Case for Reincarnation, discusses why reincarnation is necessary—regardless of your spiritual beliefs—for our understanding of the divine and of our lives in the present.
Paramhansa Swami Satyananda Saraswati's Yoga Chakra Breathing for Brain Hemisphere Integration As witnessed by the recent Time magazine feature about “Meditation” (July 27th, 2003) Western science is forced to the realization that daily ...
Recently, I heard a series of advertisements for a mortuary. In them, parents mention that they’re planning for their deaths, and adult children or friends consider the topic to be morbid and something to avoid. This is because most Westerners, inculcated in the orthodox Christian “one life and you’re through” philosophy, fear death. But sometimes, you have to face death. Many years ago I was a...
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