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Have you ever asked “What happens when I die?” or thought “Do I continue on?” Discover how reincarnation works and how it can dispel the fears about death and the after-life. From the experience of ‘My life flashed before me’, to understanding the ‘heaven-like’ state presented by religions to choosing your future parents – these are all part of the ‘seven important stages of transition’. Learn how you can prepare – now – for the exciting journey of life after death. Curious? Being prepared, knowing what to expect and recognizing how to work with the new energies, can build you an easier passage through death and beyond.By acknowledging the touches of the subtle-worlds, the transition into these realms will be eased and the environment more comfortable. Recognizing and developing skills in this life such as observing subtle actions, honouring intuitive feelings, being aware of non-verbal communication and finding nature’s beauty are just a few of the helpful perceptions into the subtle world condition.Just as there are ‘helpers’ in this life, so there are a myriad of helpers ‘on the other side’ waiting to assist the traveler. From the light-filled tunnel pointing the way, to spirit-guides who help with wisdom learning, the higher worlds are eager for you to learn and transition. The book graphically paints a picture of each of the unique realms that are traversed while on this journey of reincarnation. Each stage, with a unique setting, assists us to grow and gain the wisdom that can be carried into the future in the chalice of achievements.The book also weighs-in on some controversial issues that may differ from a mundane perspective – like why we have developed such a fear death, channeling, abortion, suicides and, children that choose parents long before pregnancy.No matter what your beliefs or perceptions, this book may well stretch your reality and raise your interest.
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