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MODERN BOOK OF THE DEAD : A REVOLUTIONAR, PTOLEMY TOMPKINS
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Author Name    PTOLEMY TOMPKINS

Title   MODERN BOOK OF THE DEAD : A REVOLUTIONAR

Binding   HARDCOVER W/JACKET

Book Condition   GOOD CONDITION

Publisher    FREE PRESS

ISBN Number    145161652X / 9781451616521

Seller ID   IM474986

A modern, all-encompassing exploration of what happens after we die, combining spirituality with philosophy, history, and science, all of which guide us toward the timeless truth that human consciousness lives on after death.
Throughout history, Books of the Dead have provided comfort, hope, and insight into death and dying, uniting readers with those who have passed before them and shedding light on the process of death.
In "The Modern Book of the Dead," Tompkins draws from the teachings and writings of major religious and philosophical traditions that comment of the afterlife, especially Christianity and Buddhism, but without adhering to one single philosophy. He blends Eastern models of death and rebirth with a more Western emphasis on personal identity and the soul of the individual, offering a comprehensive "map" of the afterlife.
Writing in a clear and approachable tone, Tompkins proves himself to be just an average person trying to make sense of something that we all will face. With the advances of modern medicine enabling us to live longer, we have become increasingly distanced from death, and thus more fearful of the inevitable. Tompkins, however, argues that our experiences of growth and change do not stop at the moment of death, but in many ways only begin there.
Like its ancient predecessors, "The Modern Book of the Dead" frames death not as an end but as a beginning, yet it also embraces science and demonstrates how the older books can be brought into line with twenty-first century perspectives. Tomkins's rich, breakthrough approach gives us the first truly contemporary, enlightened look at death and the afterlife.

Price = 13.00 USD



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