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“Ask a native American Indian where God is, they will point to their heart. Ask a westerner, they point to the sky.”
~ Sue Brayne

Living Fully, Dying Consciously: The Path to Spiritual Wellbeing by Sue Brayne
<i>Living Fully, Dying Consciously: The Path to Spiritual Wellbeing</i>
Living Fully, Dying Consciously steps into the heart of the human condition to explore why our entire life is a psychological and spiritual preparation for death. Life is not easy, but when we accept that we are just passing through this physical existence it puts things into perspective. Confronting our fear of death and accepting our physical mortality, Sue believes, will contribute to creating a much more conscious way of living. This is our gift to ourselves, to the Earth and to future generations. Read more...
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  After a Suicide by Sylvia Hart Wright
Now Rita's a very spiritual woman, very religious, and this kind of thing has happened to her a lot. She finally decided she's not crazy, she just sees people after they've died. What she does in response is she prays for them. So she was telling me, "Laura, I really think Dave needs our prayers. I think he's stuck." And that word jumped into my head. I'd completely forgotten my nightmare but that word "stuck" jumped in my head and it really disturbed me.
  A Spiritual Vision: Evidence from the Scriptures
We think of ourselves as living a purely physical life, in these material bodies of ours. In reality, we have gone far indeed from pure physical life; for ages, our life has been psychical, we have been centred and immersed in the psychic nature. The teaching of the East is that the psychical man is the veil and prophecy of the spiritual man. The purpose of life, therefore, is the realising of that prophecy; the unveiling of the immortal man; the birth of the spiritual from that psychical, whereby we enter our divine inheritance and come to inhabit Eternity.
  Spirit Attachment and Possession by Stafford Betty
A new breed of therapist is healing the mentally ill not with talk and drug therapy, but by releasing troublesome or malevolent spirits—most of them human in a former physical life—who have attached themselves to their victims. I am not talking about religious healers like the Christian “deliverance minister” Francis McNutt, but secular healers, some of them licensed psychiatrists or psychologists, who have discovered, often by accident, that this new therapy works better than what they learned in medical or graduate school.
 
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Thirty Reasons Why the Afterlife Evidence is Ignored or Rejected: Pt. 2 by Michael Tymn: As discussed in the last blog post here, I see 30 reasons why the strong evidence in support of spirits and survival has been ignored or rejected. Here are reasons 16 through 30. Read more
Thirty Reasons Why the Afterlife Evidence is Ignored or Rejected by Michael Tymn: To any open-minded person who has thoroughly studied the psychical research that took place between 1850 and 1935, the evidence suggesting that consciousness lives on after death should be overwhelming. Read more
Caught in the Middle: Renaissance Man Charles Richet by Michael Tymn: There were three schools of thought relative to mediumship and other psychic phenomena during the early years of psychical research. The predominant school, that of scientific fundamentalism, held that… Read more
What Do We Remember After Death? by Michael Tymn: When my wife said not long ago that I should try to communicate with her after I die, I pondered on what I might be able to do or say that would be evidential to her. Read more
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