On Life after Death, revised Paperback by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross (Author) , Caroline Myss (Foreword)

In this collection of inspirational essays, internationally known author Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross draws on her in-depth research of more than 20,000 people who had near-death experiences, revealing the afterlife as a return to wholeness of spirit.

With frank and compassionate advice for those dealing with terminal illness or the death of a loved one, ON LIFE AFTER DEATH offers a compelling message of hope to the living, so that they may grow stronger from tragedy and live life to the fullest. The classic collection of essays on death, dying, and the afterlife, by Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. Features a new foreword by Caroline Myss. Previous edition sold more than 200,000 copies. Reviews “I am so grateful that I was given the opportunity to review such ground-breaking material on death and dying. This 85 page gem has made a huge difference in my life. This world renowned author will always be remembered for her clear and accurate account of the 5 stage dying process, and the impact her work has had will echo through the corridors of time.

There are many excellent books out on the subject of near death experiences, and life after death experiences, but I had always been curious as I got older what the process of shedding my body suit was all about. Just about the time I thought I would even start looking for a book on the topic I would get a funny feeling in the pit of my stomach and decide maybe it wasn’t a good idea after all. I would recommend this gentle honest helper to anyone who has a true desire to learn the many facet of such a natural part of life.”-Riki Frahmann http://www.mysticlivingtoday.com

ELISABETH KÜBLER-ROSS (1926-2004), MD, was a best-selling author and the world’s foremost expert on the subjects of death and dying, best known for introducing the five stages of grief. She worked with thousands of terminally ill patients during her lifetime.

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This is the summary of On Life after Death, revised by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, Caroline Myss.

To Live Until You Die – Dr Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Filmed in 1983, Dr. Kubler-Ross discusses end of life issues including forgiveness and the concept of unconditional love.

Knocking on Heaven’s Door: The Path to a Better Way of Death by Katy Butler

In this visionary memoir, based on a groundbreaking New York Times Magazine story, award-winning journalist Katy Butler ponders her parents’ desires for “Good Deaths” and the forces within medicine that stood in the way.

Katy Butler was living thousands of miles from her vigorous and self-reliant parents when the call came: a crippling stroke had left her proud seventy-nine-year-old father unable to fasten a belt or complete a sentence. Tragedy at first drew the family closer: her mother devoted herself to caregiving, and Butler joined the twenty-four million Americans helping shepherd parents through their final declines.

Then doctors outfitted her father with a pacemaker, keeping his heart going but doing nothing to prevent his six-year slide into dementia, near-blindness, and misery. When he told his exhausted wife, “I’m living too long,” mother and daughter were forced to confront a series of wrenching moral questions. When does death stop being a curse and become a blessing? Where is the line between saving a life and prolonging a dying? When do you say to a doctor, “Let my loved one go?”

When doctors refused to disable the pacemaker, condemning her father to a prolonged and agonizing death, Butler set out to understand why. Her quest had barely begun when her mother took another path. Faced with her own grave illness, she rebelled against her doctors, refused open-heart surgery, and met death head-on.

With a reporter’s skill and a daughter’s love, Butler explores what happens when our terror of death collides with the technological imperatives of medicine. Her provocative thesis is that modern medicine, in its pursuit of maximum longevity, often creates more suffering than it prevents.

This revolutionary blend of memoir and investigative reporting lays bare the tangled web of technology, medicine, and commerce that dying has become. And it chronicles the rise of Slow Medicine, a new movement trying to reclaim the “Good Deaths” our ancestors prized.

Knocking on Heaven’s Door
is a map through the labyrinth of a broken medical system. It will inspire the difficult conversations we need to have with loved ones as it illuminates the path to a better way of death.

Katy Butler (Katherine Anne Butler, b. 1949) is a former finalist for a National Magazine Award and a winner of the Science in Society Prize from the National Association of Science Writers. Her writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New Yorker, the NY Times, Best American Essays, and Best American Science Writing.
Born in South Africa’s Great Karoo desert and raised in England, she graduated from Wesleyan University and quickly fled West to San Francisco, where she studied Zen Buddhism, interned at an alternative weekly, and landed at the San Francisco Chronicle, where she covered riots, cult scandals, the right-to-die movement, and other news from the margins. She left in her early 40s to become a freelance magazine writer, publishing dispatches in the New Yorker about the AIDS crisis, a female impersonator who became a Zen monk, a disappointing Valentine’s Day, and the afternoon that Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead fitted the Gyuto monks with microphones. In her late 50s, she joined the “rollaboard generation” and plunged into helping her aging and ailing parents, who lived on the opposite coast. That led to a New York Times magazine article that drew an overwhelming response and her first book, “Knocking on Heaven’s Door.” (Scribner, Sept. 10 2013.)

Earlier in life, she worked as a crossing guard, an incompetent waitress, an even more incompetent bookkeeper for an embattled dairy, and as a cabin cleaner in a zen monastery. She has lived on an abandoned avocado plantation in the Venezuelan rainforest 6 miles from the nearest road, spent a muddy winter in a monastery in southern France, and sung “Row Row Row Your Boat” with the inmates of a locked dementia ward. She teaches writing at Esalen Institute and lives just north of San Francisco. She interviewed Jeff Bridges for Tricycle; wrote from personal experience about downward mobility among baby-boomers for Mother Jones; and limned a volunteer’s-eye-view of the implosion of the Howard Dean campaign for Salon.com.

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Katy Butler

Katy Butler, author of Knocking On Heaven’s Door: The Path to a Better Way of Death (Simon & Schuster Scribner)

Katy Butler Discusses Knocking on Heaven’s Door (Corte Madera, CA)

Author Katy Butler discusses her book Knocking on Heaven’s Door, on September 11, 2013.

Karmic Diseases, Origins and Implications, Part II


Karmic Diseases: Some Clarifications
Sexual Karmic Illness

A karmic illness can be acquired through sexual karma, beyond the act of raping, or inflicting death following rape, sexual karma also can be the use of sexual magic in order to manipulate someone through occult practices with predetermined objectives.

As any type of magic spell, the practitioner is also bonded by it. In most cases, the practitioner remains in these spells which often are linked to the valley regions of the umbra.

This unbalanced frequency may extend itself on one’s energy matrix through several incarnations. It is very common with this type of binding that the occurrence and the transmission frequency of venereal diseases and viral diseases which work as a chip inside the astral body.

Mental Karmic Illness

Karmic illness induced through mental karma brings about thought-forms that may create the illusion of mental persecution to the alleged victim. Desires of revenge, hatred, bitterness, and all sorts of atrocities on the mental level are issued by the oppressor in order to destroy someone for something that they feel wronged about. This is one of the reasons for mental illnesses and various other mental disorders. Mental Karma can be reflected in one’s lives through depression, sense of emptiness, social dysfunctions, and they are all echoes of thought -forms, energy forms called elementar (not to be confused with elementals)

Elementars

Elementars are loads or frequencies of mental and emotional energy combined and emitted from thoughts and feelings, and can take any shape depending on the vibration source and intention of the creator of it.

There have been many negative elementars formatted for centuries by our experiences within the matrix manipulation, which are rooted in our souls, and therefore in our DNA. Some examples of generating elementar emotions: anger, hatred, envy, jealousy, fear, guilt, bigotry, curses, among others.

An elementar is formed by the same materials and substances of the universe and therefore can take on a life of its own and create numerous losses to the victim. They are the result of human creation. They are creatures but they do not have souls. Their life span is proportionally related to the original feeling or emotion that created them. If the emotion ceases to exists, so do them.

The name elementar comes from being made of primeval elements of nature. Any of these waves emitted by a person to the victim who has the same encoding, may be affecting them gravely, because they are vibrating at the same frequency or they unknowingly possess this same kind of elementar, which at its turn induce a creation of mental karma.

Emotional karmas are much more extensive in nature than merely inflicting death upon other by reason of passion. The pursuit of objects, situations and things by means of purely satisfying greed, can bring many problems to the emotional and also physical bodies.

Any Karmic illness, being it a result from physical, mental or emotional karma, will continue to act up upon an individual until the karmic pattern generator of the unbalance is transmuted and purified.

These karmic configurations will be registered in our spiritual DNA and also in our Akashic records, and their complete healing will inevitably involve an awakening and an integrated healing that can be extended to all levels of consciousness.

When the disease is not treated as a systemic structure, including the Karmic level, the healing may occur only at the physical level, because the modern medicine only admits one dimension of reality: the reality of the physical body. This is the reason that some illnesses such as cancer can re-surge again into one’s life, because the real occult cause of the unbalance was not addressed. It happens because subconsciously, the individual continues to feel that they are still in debt with the divine accounting and still did not balance its responsibilities and lessons.

This is the Law of Cause and Effect. The negative karma, however, only remains active while the soul does not choose the path of healing that involves transmuting negative Karmic patterns and frequencies, and forgives former and current enemies. To deny the path of healing through forgiveness is to remain stuck in frequencies of fear and pain and thus become responsible for their own fate.

Karmic Diseases, Origins and Implications, Part I ~ Humanity Healing Network


Karmic Diseases, Origins and Implications

Karmic diseases or ailments are usually experiences brought into your reality from other lifetimes as a result of physical injury or grievance committed against another living being. The physical karma may have involved many aspects of direct and indirect harming to another being not necessarily resulting in deaths. It can be the consequence of harming another, emotionally, sexually, mentally or psychologically therefore inducing a physical reaction.

Any action that might have caused harm to the health of others or oneself whether in physical, mental, emotional or sexual realms can actively induce physical karma. Consequently, these diseases are present in our spiritual DNA as unbalanced patterns, and they are enshrined in our Akashic Records, as everything that happens in our lives have been stored. These patterns tend to determine what happens and will happen to each of us . The information from the Akashic Records will only be given to an individual when it is being used to heal oneself and one’s influential portion of the divine plan entrusted to the soul for this planetary lifetime.

Karmic diseases may manifest in one’s current existence depending on the degree of recurrence or impairment caused to the soul involved in creating the karma or unbalance.

It has been observed that most of the manifestations of the karmic disease beyond karma involved offers evidence of obsessions: haunting and lingering energies of old enemies, astral miasmas that continues to influence in the physical manifestation of these disorders.

An example is that is very common for women with the karma of successive abortions in other incarnations to be affected by diseases in their feminine organs in the present existence which may prevent or make very difficult to them to become mothers. Each karmic illness come as the ultimate physical lesson to be learned for the soul.

When this happens, the spirit which chose to reincarnate as a child is the aborted fetus in the other life who then creates the mothers’ suffering: in most cases energetic attacks of hurt , anger or revenge of the spirit rejected .

There are cases, however, where the mother and child form an agreement before the pre-chosen reincarnation, where both agreed to go through the experience of pregnancy; she may give birth to a child with physical disabilities, where the bonds of love, responsibilities and care are tested and healed for as long as they live.

But we may always remember that everything in the universe is in resonance within the parameters of divine justice, no action is aleatory or random.

The karma in question may have been individual or collective. An example of collective karma is the participants of the Catholic Inquisition in the Middle Ages, that together spread terror across the world, torturing and killing Jews, Muslims, “witches”, homosexuals and any who dared to think differently.

Consequently, as an organization now it has been suffering through many later incarnations of the victimized souls from problems and persecutions of sorts, on the physical level, and it will be as such until its karma is balanced and transmuted.

Eckhart Tolle on Tao Te Ching [ updated – Oct 30, 2013]

Translation by Gia-Fu Feng, Jane English No one has done better in conveying Lao Tsu’s simple and laconic style of writing, so as to produce an English version almost as suggestive of the many meanings intended. This is a most useful, as well as beautiful, volume-and what it has to say is exactly what the world, in its present state, needs to hear.” – Alan Watts RELIGION/ EASTERN STUDIES

The Tao Te Ching, the esoteric but infinitely practical book written most probably in the sixth century B.C. by Lao Tsu, has been translated more frequently than any work except the Bible. This translation of the Chinese classic, which was first published twenty-five years ago, has sold more copies than any of the others. It offers the essence of each word makes Lao Tsu’s teaching immediate and alive. The philosophy of Lao Tsu is simple: Accept what is in front of you without wanting the situation to be other than it is. Study the natural order of things and work with it rather than against it, for to try to change what is only sets up resistance. Nature provides for all without discrimination-therefore let us present the same face to everyone and treat all men as equals, however they may be have. If we watch carefully, we will see that work proceeds more quickly and easily if we stop looking for results. In the clarity of a still and open mind, truth will be reflected. We will come to appreciate the original meaning of the word “understand,” which means “to stand under.” We serve whatever or whoever stands before us, without any thought for ourselves. Te-which may be translated as “virtue” or “strength”-lies always in Tao, or “natural law.” In other words: Simply be.

Tao Te Ching: Part 1 to 6- Eckhart Tolle

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Tao Te Ching – Part 7 – Eckhart Tolle

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