Cleveland, Ohio (PressExposure) April 28, 2007 -- Excerts from: What the Dying Teach Us: Lessons on Living by Samuel Oliver
This book shares how those caring for their dying loved ones awaken into soul.
Lesson 1: The difference between one who experiences grace and one who does not is a shift in consciousawareness.
Lesson 3: When the body yields itself to the soul, there is a oneness with the universe, freeing us from our dependence on the existence of this life to define us.
Lesson 4: Peace is found when people come to the end of all they know and are willing to reach out for someone or something they trust to lead them into a new and deeper realization of existence.
Lesson 5: Between actuality and potentiality lies an evolutionary experience where the soul transcends space and time and enters human consciousness from the depths of infinity.
Lesson 12: We all perceive life in our own way. Difficulty arises when we cling to a world of perceptions as though our own perception is the ultimate reality.
Dying people have much to teach us. Most of all, they teach us how to live our lives in soul. In the dying process, people become fully awake within themselves. It is a peace filled life, free of the body's limitation, and grounded in spirit. It is the destiny of us all to fully realize how eternal our relationships are, and our dying to appearances opens the gates of our soul infused by eternal life.