“How to Survive Death” is also about the author’s journey, an autobiography, from a rebellious youth to a fulfilling life, helping others to reach their potential. On this journey, he never stopped searching for better answers to life’s mysteries—solutions that always work. Many who have read the book will tell you that you can find those answers in it.
“Death can be considered as natural as life itself. There is no life without death. It starts and goes on for a while, hopefully a long time, but definitely ends. And it’s better to know before it’s over. Maybe you’ll learn something about it, something not so bad, something even magical, worth knowing.” says Nils Kjeldsen, author of “How to survive death“.
In the last section “What to do and what not to do when leaving the body” Kjeldsen approaches the “three parts of a man” and hints that you can end up with “enough information to help anyone who wants to know. This ensures safe travel between lives. You and your loved ones need it.“
In this hectic life we live in, “too many things can happen, so why not play it safe. It’s like a spiritual ‘life insurance’ that you get,” Keldsen told The European Times.
Of course, Kjeldsen says:you can leave it to luck and hope it goes well“but according to an author who has studied the subject for many, many years”it is not recommended. Don’t hope before you go, but know before you go“He asserts with calmness and confidence.
After death, whether the body is cremated or buried, we know that the flesh perishes. “But what about the spirit that animated the body, gave it individuality? What happens to it after the death of the body? Some call this entity that rules the body, spirit, or soul“, – says the author.
Others use other names. Why are there so many different opinions on such an important topic? This is what this book examines. In the last section you will find a detailed description of body, mind and spirit with relevant references.
For a long time science could not recognize spirit for the simple reason that spirit is non-physical and science too often deals exclusively with the material universe. however, Nils Keldsen continues, “the technological age has finally advanced enough to prove that there is a spiritual dimension to life and that it can be measured“.
“The reason for this book“, – the author tells”is to find out where the soul goes after the death of the body“. Why do you want to know? Well, when you reach a certain age or lose too many loved ones, death is kind of thrown in your face whether you like it or not. It should be known that “death may not be as scary as you are led to believe“, concludes.
“You weren’t given an instruction book on how to live your life when you were born, but you got a lot of advice – good or bad – along the way. There were no instructions at all on how to properly handle the end of this lifeNils tells methis book corrects the omission“.
I must say that Nils left me with a candy two centimeters from my lips, and now I can tell you, after an easy and exciting read of 117 pages, what this book it is definitely for you whether you believe it now or not. Hope you enjoy reading it too.