The Work of Deepak Chopra, M.D.
Deepak Chopra has written many books that
relate to health
and longevity. He emphasizes that the body is constantly
re-generating itself. We can re-create ourselves in a healthy
or non-healthy way. A good book to start with is:
Ageless Body, Timeless Mind:
The Quantum Alternative
to Growing Old
How to Be Chic, Fabulous
and Live Forever
by Sondra Ray
Breaking the Death Habit:
The Science of Everlasting Life
Physical Immortality: The Science
of Everlasting Life
by Leonard Orr
Why Die?: A Beginner's Guide to Living
by Herb Bowie
Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins
A thought-provoking and
which addresses physical immortality.
The Door of
by Ruby Nelson
Teaching of the Masters Masters of the Far East
by Baird T. Spalding
by Annalee Skarin
For example, Secrets
with the Gods
by Sondra Ray
The Book of Infinite Wisdom
by Stephen Thomas Chang
Inevitability of Eternal Life
by Kabbalist Rav Berg
by Joseph J. Dewey
Book I available for free at www.freeread.com
Vanilla World View
Dying and Live Forever:
A Practical and Mystical Guide to Eternal Life
by Stanley Spears
An Introduction to God
by Jael and Sandy Bharat
The titles listed below
are in DVD Format
Man from Earth
A 14,000 year old man reveals his true identity
to his friends. Philosophical and interesting.
This film includes the physically
immortal Tuck family.
A beautiful film focusing on immortality.
Based on the novel by Virginia Woolf.
Trek - Insurrection
It's nice to see physical immortality
it into the mainstream.
A creative and stimulating film.
Seems to imply there is a choice in relation to death.
Starring Bruce Willis
Not about physical immortality explicitly but is
indeed about the power of the mind.
Directed by Frank Capra
Healing Art of Conscious Breathing
by John C. Meneghini
Review by Mystic Life:
This is a very useful resource for those
who are interested in pursuing conscious breathing as a method
of healing. The introduction is both informative and interesting.
The tracks include several levels of breathing sounds. You hear
breathing which, importantly, is paced to help the efficacy of
your breath work. I have found in my experience that it's easy
to lose track of an even paced breath when breathing alone.
This cd is extremely helpful with keeping my breath "on track."
I am grateful that I own a copy of this work as I plan on
continuing to use it for myself and with my friends who
wish to experience conscious breathing.
Would you like to suggest any
films, books, magazines, etc?
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