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The Modern Book of the Dead

Un libro in lingua di Ptolemy Tompkins edito da Atria Books, 2013

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A modern exploration of what happens after death, uniting spirituality with philosophy, biology, neuroscience, and rich examples of afterlife experiences.

What happens to us after we die? It’s a question humans have always asked, and entire civilizations have been shaped by the ways in which they’ve answered it. All the world’s religions offer their own perspectives on what happens after death, and even in the modern world, where the existence of the soul is so often questioned, channeling and near-death experiences have kept those ancient questions alive. Even in today’s largely secular society, thousands still continue to turn to ancient texts like the Tibetan and Egyptian Books of the Dead for consolation and inspiration. Like the world’s other great sacred works, these Books of the Dead offer wisdom, hope, and comfort.

Part memoir, part history of ideas of the afterlife, and part road map to what might truly await each of us when we leave our bodies behind, The Modern Book of the Dead is a wise and courageous book that approaches the question of the afterlife in a refreshingly intimate manner. Weaving together philosophy, science, stories of near-death experiences, and theology, the author comes to one amazing and uplifting truth: that somehow, human consciousness lives on after death. Both inspiring and informative, this is a modern meditation that allows the reader to think about death a new way.

Informazioni bibliografiche

  • Titolo del Libro in lingua: The Modern Book of the Dead
  • Sottotitolo: A Revolutionary Perspective on Death, the Soul, and What Really Happens in the Life to Come
  • Lingua: English
  • AutorePtolemy Tompkins
  • Editore: Atria Books
  • Collana: Atria Books (Paperback)
  • Data di Pubblicazione: 19 Marzo '13
  • Genere: Religion  Spirituality
  • Pagine: 275
  • Dimensioni mm: 190 x 127 x 0
  • ISBN-13:  9781451616538