ON FEBRUARY 22, , KHORSHED AND RUMI BHAVNAGRI'S WORLD WAS SHATTERED. ONE MONTH LATER, A NEW ONE OPENED. Khorshed and. Editorial Reviews. Review. The book has changed my life,and I am sure it will change yours too Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Religion & Spirituality. ON FEBRUARY 22, , KHORSHED AND RUMI BHAVNAGRI’S WORLD WAS SHATTERED. Khorshed and Rumi Bhavnagri lost their sons, Vispi and Ratoo, in a tragic car crash. They had lost all faith in God until a miraculous message from the Spirit World gave them hope and sent them on an.
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This maybe an unpopular opinion. But as a platform that allows free speech, please read with a pinch of salt. I do not mean to be disrespectful. The Laws of The Spirit World book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Thrice printed in the short period of just less than. In The Laws of the Spirit World (), Khorshed Bhavnagri takes the reader through her painful quest to find the answer that eventually helps.
In this second book of the trilogy, Master Okawa discusses the concept of time and predicts the future of mankind. This third book of the trilogy clearly illustrates the multi-dimensional structure and the true nature of the spirit world.
He has published spiritual messages as a proof that the spirit world does exist.
Unlike the normal channelers, Master Okawa is able to summon any spirit at will and stay conscious during the entire procedure. Since , Master Okawa began conducting these spiritual messages in public, and he has already called upon the number of spirits.
He has been recording and publishing messages not only from the spirits of the other world but also from the guardian spirits of those who are still living.
This sutra contains the core teachings of Happy Science, and many of the books written by Master Ryuho Okawa are extensive explanations of this sutra. However the book as a whole is another comprehensive demolition of orthodox Christianity. Through the Mists by Robert James Lees This book was recorded by James Lees in , and had 20 reprints by when it went out of print.
It is apparently a story related verbatim, as the spirit materialized and spoke to James Lees, who simply wrote down what he heard.
This is a rather rare way of communicating, it must be said. If you put up with the slow pace, you will learn a lot about the next realm. If you are a lover of the Bible, you may be amazed at the different turn put on many well known phrases, but if you are not a Christian, this may irritate.
There is more to tell, and the sequels tell some of that, but as an introduction, it is very comprehensive. What is particularly interesting is that he also covers the sleep state - what we do in the spirit realms during sleep. This is now available as a Kindle e-book. This is the second book in a set of three.
I was frankly completely astounded how the material in this book aligns with that delivered by James Padgett from to The spirit author Aphraar manages to set down many things with a clarity that is uncommon, and his grasp of spiritual principles is excellent. The book is in fact an attempt to set straight what Jesus really taught.
As such it uses a large number of Bible quotations, and frequently the interpretation laid on these is both clear and novel. The book also covers a number of topics of great interest to folks, such as the issue of children lost in their early years.
It is particularly good in its explanation of the purpose of the earth-bound state, as I have not previously seen that covered, and did not realise that it had a purpose. It is also very good in explaining how it is that Father helps us, when we cry out for help. There is also a fascinating glimpse of the issue of our being frequently in spirit during the sleep state, and thus being able to recognise many old friends when we finally arrive in spirit.
I have created a pdf: The Life Elysian A newly printed copy can be had here , as secondhand copies are now scarce. This is now available in Kindle e-book format at site. The Gate of Heaven by Robert James Lees I was frankly initially somewhat disappointed with this book, the final book in a set of three, when I first read it. I probably should not have been now that I have read it again very closely.
This book confirms the intriguing, and critically important spiritual information conveyed in both the Padgett Messages and the Urantia Book that there lies a dimension beyond the Spirit World.
Some differentiation between those that pass through the Gate and those who do not. I could not initially find that, and now conclude, on a careful re-reading, that I was too harsh. I believe that Aphraar had as his mandate, the exclusive use of the Bible, and he never attempted any other source.
The reason for that is I believe there is very little error in this book. And it does help if the first few books you read are accurate. This book is not one that portrays any philosophy of how the spirit world is organised.
And is somewhat limited in explaining progression. But it does a really great job of trying to explain how they live, move, talk, what they do, what their houses are like, how they make music etc. The final chapter on the education of children is really good too. While we are never going to totally understand how things are in the spiritual realm until we get there, this book gets as close as any I have found.
One chapter I would have initially preferred to have seen left out, and that is the one on aliens. Not that I am a disbeliever in that topic, but as presented one gets the idea that Mars is covered with inhabited settlements. Pdf Copy here: Spiritworld.
Actually however, it is a very different book, and is only partly her work. It is a large number of case studies of a human working with a celestial support group tasked with awakening these recently departed folks - presumably in the Astral Plane, although that is not stated. Finally I have a very clear idea of how the many of us typically awaken in the next realm.
All too many mortals awake into darkness and confusion, with minds in a dream state, unable to see anything or hear anything. Some are relatively quickly taught how to awaken their spiritual sight, and hearing, and then progress as expected. Others relatively few may apparently take centuries to come out of this zombie like state. These are not folks that are bad either, just folks who never gave a thought to life after death.
I did not imagine obsession of one spirit by another could occur.
This book also has two very interesting sections right at the end. One is on the subject of thoughts, and how they actually influence the mind. The other is on the location of what I suspect is the First Sphere. Unlike the majority of books in this section, this is not a tale by a deceased mortal channeled through a medium. Caroline Larsen actually personally experienced all that she describes in an out of body state. She was able to travel to all of the four lower Spirit Spheres.
There is an extensive coverage of ex-mortals still unable to come to terms with their new state, post death. No where in her tale does she describe an Astral Plane such as is described in two other books on this page. However she does state that the sphere where children are raised is in the Third Sphere. However the numbering of spheres by authors is very problematical, and that may actually simply mean Summerland, which is in the First Sphere A pdf can be found here: Caroline D Larsen My Travels in the Spirit World.
Ward Received in , this book is a phenomenally detailed description of the dark planes of the First Spirit Sphere, and also the Astral Plane. Quite useful classifications of these and even the higher spheres are used in this book, and although these may not easily align with the Spheres described through James Padgett, nevertheless they seem very descriptive and useful. The Astral Plane has to my knowledge not been as carefully explored and communicated in any work that I have ever read, and this seems a great pity, since many mortals apparently pass to this plane where they may reside for a considerable period, till eventually passing up into the Spirit Spheres, or down into the dark planes.
It also thus gives a lot of background to the phenomenon discovered by Dr Irene Hickman, and also Dr Carl Wickland of obsession and possession. This book can be downloadd on site, as it is available though Kessinger Publishing. Ward This book concentrates on the Astral Plane. That statement may mean nothing at all to the reader, as it is rare for any of these books to be so specific, and one often wonders where the spirit is located, who is describing life after death.
This is the finest description of the Astral Plane I have ever read, and makes it clear that some people go here after death, while others go to the Spirit Spheres.
There are also excellent descriptions of other inhabitants of these planes, both elementals and astral shells. There are also evil elementals, and evil astral mortals. The author has been able to see and converse with earthbound spirits since she was a child. This book should be good enough to convince even skeptics that folks are alive after death.
It is a very good coverage of earthbound spirits, also called ghosts. But because she has no experience of those who have crossed over, it does not cover the situation that the majority of us will experience. This book is current, and should be available in many book stores. Stead, a man of considerable significance in journalistic circles in his lifetime, and who died when the Titanic sank. Everyone at some point or another wonders—is there life after death?
If yes, then what is it like? So far a credible answer has been as elusive as the possibility of life in space.
It has even eluded mystics who, for want of a better response, instruct us to keep our faith and not question the here and hereafter. In The Laws of the Spirit World , Khorshed Bhavnagri takes the reader through her painful quest to find the answer that eventually helps her turn her personal tragedy into an endearing spiritual journey—and come to terms with the death of her loved ones. Along the way she rediscovers peace, solace, and more.
It was all but the end of the world for her and her husband, Rumi Bhavnagri, who lived in Byculla in central Bombay now Mumbai. Now, for the first time, I began to question whether there was a God. Khorshed Bhavnagri A few days after the funeral, a chance encounter with a powerful medium changed their lives once again—only this time for the better and for the spiritual benefit of scores of other sufferers.