The Life Beyond Physical Death

The Life Beyond Physical Death

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Item Code: NAD795
Author: Pandit Shriram Shrma Acharya
Publisher: Yug Nirman Yojna Press Gayatri Tapobhumi, Mathura
Edition: 2010
Pages: 48
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch
Weight 50 gm
About the Author

The writer Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya of Shantikunj, Hardwar, India - an eminent saint, ascetic, humanist, social reformer, scholar, writer, futurologist, has written over 3000 books on a wide range of subjects, establishing an intercommunion of science with spirituality. The move- ment "Yug Nirman Yojna" - a crusade launched by him for establishing A New World Order for humankind has now become a global phenomenon. Inspired by his literature and teachings, millions of people all over the world are joining this movement irrespective of their nationality, language, colour, class, creed, religion and beliefs. Shantikunj- a unique centre of excellence established by him near Hardwar, is the only University of Spirituality in the world, where facilities for training on various aspects of yoga and allied disciplines (Science and philosophy of Gayatri, Asan, Pritnayam, Meditation etc.) exist less than one roof. Brahmvarchas - a well equipped modren research laboratory' associated with this institution, monitors physiological and psychological records of the sadhaks. The tests confirm enhancement of body vitality and resistance to metero-biological changes as well as resistance to invasion of otherwise lethal virus and becteria; after practice of Yoga and Gayatri disciplines. There is absolutely no charge for boarding, lodging, training and laboratory facilities.

As a futurologist, Acharya Shri has demonstrated an uncanny ability to perdict the future. During the last decade, when the cold-war was at its zenith, he had accurately predicted about the impossibility of a third world war, nuclear non-proliferation and failure of Star-war-prograrnme. Most of his prophecies, however, pertain to the changes in the socio- economic order of the world and advent of a Golden Era in the 21st century.

In this book, the author presents a lucid account of "Life beyond Physical Death" based on close personal interactions with the ascetics and Yogis of the Himalayas’.



Life is eternal. Considering "Death" - the cessation of functions of physical body, as the end of life is a great delusion. The soul (Atrna), which is the beholder of bio-energy in “the physical body, is ageless, timeless and indestructible. The fear of "Death" ensues from the misconception that with the end of physical existence, the individual loses its identity in totality. A firm conviction in the continuity of life in future absolves man from the fear of "Death".

Man is afraid of many things, but the fear of death is su- preme, the very thought of which makes him shiver. The reason for this unusual reaction is the ignorance about the environment of life beyond the physical death. In this book an attempt has been made to remove these misconceptions and enlighten man about the facts he is curious to know about the unknown future.

The task of educating one about the other world is, how- ever, not easy, since; the subject pertains to a para-normal phenomena and is, therefore, much beyond the reach of, physical sciences. Sir Oliver Lodge -a well known authority on the subject too admits that it is not always possible to explain the laws of metaphysics in physical terms.

For readers, who consider the physical bodily senses as the exclusive means for finding the ultimate truth', the matter dealt with in this book may appear to be an utopean conceptual exercise. Others, who believe in the words of achieved saints and philosophers having paranormal vision, would find in it authentic material, which the writer has aquired and summarised after close interaction with many great souls.




1 What is Death 7
2 Where is the World Beyond 13
3 Heaven And Hell 16
4 The Heaven 22
5 Preparations For Rebirth 24
6 Ghosts and Spirits 29
7 Domination By Evil Spirits And Exorcism 34
8 Death too Requires Preparation 42

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