To assist you in preparing for your own death, or that of a loved one, you will find guidelines herein for making one's final days as peaceful and as smooth as possible, both physically and spiritually. Preparing for death, no matter what stage of life you are in, can transform your whole outlook in a positive way, if understood properly. This will make things clearer in regard to what matters most in this life.
This book is easy to read, with soothing and comforting wisdom, along with stories of people who have been with departing souls and what they have experienced. It is written especially for those who have given death little thought beforehand, but would now like to have some preparedness for what may need to be done regarding many levels of the experience and what might take place during this transition. This book is provided to relieve anyone of the fear that often accompanies the thought of death, and to supply a means to more clearly understand the purpose of it and how we can use it for our higher good, and reach the spiritual domain.
It will also help the survivors of the departed souls to better understand what happens and how to cope with it. It is written especially for those who have given death little thought beforehand, but would now like to have some preparedness for what may need to be done regarding many levels of the experience. Furthermore, it shows that death is not a tragedy, but a natural course of events meant to help us reach our destiny.
The opportunity and purpose of death as the portal into the next life.
Positive stories of being with those leaving us.
Connecting to the spiritual side of death.
Being the assistant of one leaving this life.
What happens at the time of death.
How spiritually no one really dies.
So no matter whether you are afraid of death, or concerned about surviving the death of a loved one, or are worried about those that you will leave behind if you depart, or what death will be like and how to prepare for it, this book will help you.
Stephen Knapp has studied the major world religions since a young age, and has written over 20 books on Eastern and Vedic philosophy. He has practiced high levels of spirituality and meditation for over 40 years. He has also worked in home care for the sick and elderly, and has participated in hospice activities, sensitively assisting the dying in crossing over. This book is a combination of his many years of experience in this line of activity.