You will be truly successful when you are loving




A Spiritual Perspective Of Near Death Experiences (Part 1)


A very interesting phenomenon that closely points not only to the existence of the soul and Supreme Soul but also to their form and qualities is the phenomenon of Near Death Experience (NDE) and Out Of Body Experience (OBE).

What Is A Near Death Experience (NDE)?

A near-death experience (NDE) is the experience reported by a person who nearly died or who was medically dead and then revived or in a situation where death is likely or expected. Some of the common circumstances in which an NDE can occur are:

• serious illness such as cardiac arrest or brain hemorrhage;
• complications before an operation;
• injury, such as from a car accident, shock, electrocution, asphyxia (condition which results from interruption of respiration due to suffocation or drowning);
• suicide attempt;
• coma;
• serious depression, etc.

The most important feature of an NDE is that the person’s consciousness is not in his or her physical body. It might function independently of brain activity, which suggests the existence of the soul. The physical body is usually stationary, while the consciousness of the person experiences an extraordinary freedom of movement, completely independent of the physical body.

(To be continued tomorrow …)

Message for the day 10-11-2014

You will be truly successful when you are loving and detached with the ones you come into contact with.

Checking: With all the people that you come into contact with throughout the day, check if you are able to have a balance between being loving and detached. Detachment doesn’t mean to stay away from people, but to be with them and yet be detached.

Practice: Make the practice of seeing only specialities, your own and that of others. This will enable you to maintain your self-respect and you will be able to find yourself both loving and detached.

In Spiritual Service,


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