Article (PDF Available) in Economics and Philosophy · June with Philosophical debate on the nature of life and death continues to this day without .. Warren's [24] instructive book surveys a variety of philosophical. Freedom Through Understanding • Life, Death and After Death. May whoever sees, touches, reads, remembers, or talks or thinks about these books never be. TEVENS BOOKS. CLEARANCE This subject of life after death is one of great interest to all of us, not information available with regard to the life after death.

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About Life After Death What happens to the spirit after the body dies? In Life After Death, Deepak Chopra draws on cutting-edge scientific discoveries and the great wisdom traditions to provide a map of the afterlife. Pert, Ph. This is an important book because only by facing death will we come to a deeper realization of who we are. Deepak Chopra has cast his inimitable light on the darkened corners of death. I think this is his greatest contribution yet. Now he turns to the most profound mystery: What happens after we die? Is this one question we were not meant to answer, a riddle whose solution the universe keeps to itself? In Life After Death, Chopra draws on cutting-edge scientific discoveries and the great wisdom traditions to provide a map of the afterlife.

The way he talks about spirituality by making the difficult concepts easy, no other author has still been able to do as per my experience.

The book is very well designed and the way it is written in the form of questions and answers serve the purpose of the seekers. Sadhguru talks on different topics in this book like how one can live life to the fullest, how should one avoid creating a false identity and then living the whole life with it, how can one transform oneself from being ordinary to extraordinary, how effective or ineffective the whole trap of dream is and lastly, Sadhguru discusses death in detail which is the best climax that the book could have.

Frankly speaking, this is the least rated book of Sadhguru as per my judgment. But talking about this one, Sadhguru has spoken about the topics in a language which will be understandable only to the people who are well-versed in the genre of spirituality and must be following it regularly with certain devotion. It is very hard to understand what Sadhguru is exactly trying to speak because the complex topics are not normalized and presented in a simplistic manner.

Anyone who will start studying spirituality with this book is surely going to run away. My baby Cocoa passed away this 15th May at 10 yrs of age due to post surgery trauma to remove plastic toy two pieces very small but stuck strategically to block off the intestine. I also did Inner Engineering 7 days program along with reading and it's been transformational in many subtle ways. Hope it helps someone going through a similar phase.

This book talks about death. If you are ignorant of death you definitely should read this.

One person found this helpful. Kindle Edition Verified download. Death is also life Making me seek Making me experiment To be Inclusive is what i need to do. A must read for everyone for a simplified view of what has been complicated over time.

Thanks Sadhguru for the wonderful insights Only 1 on death. Was looking for more. But nevertheless a good download. It is not a book. It is a user manual of human life from the mother's womb to the death bed and beyond.

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You can change your ad preferences anytime. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this document? Why not share! These are not folks that are bad either, just folks who never gave a thought to life after death. I did not imagine obsession of one spirit by another could occur. This book also has two very interesting sections right at the end.

One is on the subject of thoughts, and how they actually influence the mind. The other is on the location of what I suspect is the First Sphere. Unlike the majority of books in this section, this is not a tale by a deceased mortal channeled through a medium.

Caroline Larsen actually personally experienced all that she describes in an out of body state. She was able to travel to all of the four lower Spirit Spheres.

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There is an extensive coverage of ex-mortals still unable to come to terms with their new state, post death. No where in her tale does she describe an Astral Plane such as is described in two other books on this page. However she does state that the sphere where children are raised is in the Third Sphere. However the numbering of spheres by authors is very problematical, and that may actually simply mean Summerland, which is in the First Sphere A pdf can be found here: Caroline D Larsen My Travels in the Spirit World.

Ward Received in , this book is a phenomenally detailed description of the dark planes of the First Spirit Sphere, and also the Astral Plane. Quite useful classifications of these and even the higher spheres are used in this book, and although these may not easily align with the Spheres described through James Padgett, nevertheless they seem very descriptive and useful.

The Astral Plane has to my knowledge not been as carefully explored and communicated in any work that I have ever read, and this seems a great pity, since many mortals apparently pass to this plane where they may reside for a considerable period, till eventually passing up into the Spirit Spheres, or down into the dark planes. It also thus gives a lot of background to the phenomenon discovered by Dr Irene Hickman, and also Dr Carl Wickland of obsession and possession.

This book can be downloadd on site, as it is available though Kessinger Publishing. Ward This book concentrates on the Astral Plane. That statement may mean nothing at all to the reader, as it is rare for any of these books to be so specific, and one often wonders where the spirit is located, who is describing life after death.

This is the finest description of the Astral Plane I have ever read, and makes it clear that some people go here after death, while others go to the Spirit Spheres. There are also excellent descriptions of other inhabitants of these planes, both elementals and astral shells.

There are also evil elementals, and evil astral mortals. The author has been able to see and converse with earthbound spirits since she was a child. This book should be good enough to convince even skeptics that folks are alive after death. It is a very good coverage of earthbound spirits, also called ghosts.

But because she has no experience of those who have crossed over, it does not cover the situation that the majority of us will experience.

This book is current, and should be available in many book stores. Stead, a man of considerable significance in journalistic circles in his lifetime, and who died when the Titanic sank. It is his story of passing over and spending time in the transition zone, which he has called the Blue Island. Interestingly, he did not travel through a tunnel of light, nor did he see any light immediately after his death on the Titanic.

Also interestingly, he reports that all the dead traveled together in a group to the transition zone. It is a good coverage of the issue of communication by thought, as also the technique of materializing and transferring thoughts to mediums. This book can be downloaded as a pdf: The Blue Island.

Letters from the Light Written through the hand of Elsa Barker. This book is based predominantly on the Astral Plane, and the spirit also touches on a number of curious things that I have verified elsewhere, such as sleeping survivors and the issue of eating. But the Astral Plane is rather different to the Spirit Spheres and unless one is aware of this, one would find some things quite contradictory to other spirit experiences. I have created a pdf copy of the portions of this text which are in the public domain in other words - the original publication of Here is the pdf: Letters from a living dead man.

I have also made an extract of the chapter on Sleeping Survivors: Sleeping survivors. Testimony of Light by Helen Greaves Quite a recent book, published in and is the communications of Frances Banks. For 25 years she was a teaching nun, based in South Africa. But her ever inquiring mind led her out of the Anglican order, and into more general psychology and spirituality.

This story is at its best when she tells exactly what she is experiencing, and far less so when she repeats that which she formulated on earth. She too believes in reincarnation, but this topic does not form a large part of this book. She describes the Healing Hospital, or Station where she initially woke after death, and subsequently served.

This book does not have as much detail on the after life as many of the books I have recommended, but for all that it is interesting. As the copyright is still in force, there are no pdfs of this book. This book, published in is an extensive coverage of the dark spheres, but not quite as extensive as Gone West.

The same topics are covered in the Padgett Messages, but here we have an entire book devoted to the subject. Franchezzo passes into darkness, and details his extensive journey back to the light, and later, back to help others in the dark. Some of the descriptions of cities ruled by dreadful ex-mortals are quite terrifying.

In fact I would recommend against reading this book, unless you already have a clear idea of the wonderful places in the next realm. There are descriptions in this book of low levels of consciousness that I would think might be called Thought Forms. But for me the most important material was a very good description of the Astral Plane. It seems that our definitions of earth bound spirits may in many cases be inaccurate, as it appears there are also a significant number of astral shells which once housed a mortal, but no longer do, as also thought forms some of which can attain a degree of independence.

Probably these are the classic ghosts that no one seems to be able to help.

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I also wonder how many of the attachments that Dr Irene Hickman and Dr Carl Wickland described may fall into some of the categories described in this chapter.

In this book I look at curious aspects like the Dalai Lama, why regression delivers past life information that so closely parallels the current life, even the participants of this life involved in the drama and sometimes things like birth marks.

In sixteen chapters and pages, I also look at spirits who try to reincarnate, and those who think they have reincarnated but are merely obsessing a living human. I cover: Eastern beliefs. The Bible. Where is the mind? Past Life Memories. The Law of Attraction. Trying to Reincarnate. The soul and the spirit body. Sleeping Survivors. Non-survivors of death. Getting out of Hell. Progress in spirit.

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