Life After Death: The Burden of Proof by Deepak ChopraDr Deepak Chopra, the world-famous pioneer in the field of mind-body medicine, addresses one of the fundamental questions of existence: what happens when we die? Drawing upon personal experience, the wisdom of ancient Vedic philosophy and state-of-the-art particle physics, Chopra helps us to overcome our fears about dying and to consider the fantastic possibilities that may await us in the afterlife.
This is the book that Dr Chopra has been preparing to write his entire life. In it, he considers the theory that death is an illusion of the senses and that the soul survives in an ongoing spiral of refinement, ending in enlightenment. Thought-provoking exercises offer a first-hand experience of these and other ideas, helping you to make sense of your own spirituality whatever path you choose to follow, and offering you your very own map of eternity.
What happens when you die? Four most SHOCKING real-life stories SHARED
But they were soon to learn that Erik, though no longer among them physically, was anything but gone. As their conversations continued over time, Elisa found answers to her questions about the well-being of her beloved son, and about the afterlife and its inhabitants. These conversations proved a solid help to many when they were made public through her blog, ChannelingErik. Erik describes how reviewing his life brought him new understanding of the role he had played on earth and his connection to the other living beings with whom he had shared his life. Most importantly, he learned that there is no condemnation, even for those who commit suicide.
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Submit Your Own "I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. - Excerpt from www. To listen to skeptics, only the gullible masses believe in an afterlife, desperate to be reunited with loved ones.
That said, though, I have a hard time explaining some of the things said by people who have had near-death experiences. Something that may or may not be supernatural in nature. Consisting of 16 different items, each scored between zero to two, the scale determines that experiences with scores of seven or higher classify officially as NDEs. However, not all NDEs are equal. While near-death experiences may have a universal character so that they may exhibit enough common features to belong to the same phenomenon, we nevertheless observed a temporal variability within the distribution of reported features.