Things I learnt from “Death; An Inside Story” by Sadhguru – Part 1

The USP of this book is to keep you aware of some aspects of death and to access some mysterious things in a very casual discussion.

This post is not a review but a thorough learning of new things I got to know in this very book. So, let’s begin!

There are numerous little things I read through the book, and I will try my best to express it through this blog post.

If you ever wish to build a spiritual life, the key is to “Be constantly active, and not everything should be about you. You have to reduce your karmic substance. If the moment is about you, then you are increasing the karmic bubble. So, learn to take things on a larger picture than just think about yourself all the time.

Do you know how the body life cycle comes naturally to an end? Feminine body is in sync with the moon cycles, and so is your birth. So, based on the number of lunar cycles from your time of birth, your body decides to give up at a specific time. Amazing, isn’t it?

When you die, life does not exit your body immediately. It takes 3-4 days, and sometimes even 3 months (based on your karmic vibes) for life to actually exit. Same way, even when you’re born, life doesn’t enter you immediately. It takes up to 4 years for life to decide if it wants to stay within you or find another suitable body for itself.

Do you know that legit astrologers avoid predicting future for people who are “spiritual”? This is because a spiritual person always tampers the calculations of his/her future. A wall/immunity is built to change destiny. Mind you, tampering doesn’t mean they live longer, rather it is referred to some changes in their life.

A person who dies naturally is aware of his death at least a day/week before his death. If a spiritual person dies naturally, they might be aware of their death a few months ahead.

This is part 1 of the blog. I have some interesting facts coming up for you in the next blog post. In nutshell, the book is showing some light on the dark side of death. It is a must-read if you’re curious to learn about death and also for those, participating in the never-ending rat race of the so-called globalized and advanced world believing themselves to be immortals. A book for all who shall die.

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