Fear of death is fear of surrender to Infinity. Learn to
surrender, to exist at Infinity while alive, and fear of
death dissolves. Fear of death is fear of the Unknown. Realize
the Eternal Unknowability of the Totality of Existence,
and fear of death is transcended in the Feeling Beyond Wonder.
IS LIMITED TO THOSE WHO ARE GOING TO DIE. . .
Date/Time: September, 2014. Three one-hour sessions.
North America — Wednesday evenings, September 3, 10, and 17
6 7 PM Pacific, 8 9 PM Central, 9 10 PM Eastern
Australia — Thursdays, September 4, 11, and 18
11 AM - Noon (Melbourne)
New Zealand — Thursdays, September 4, 11, and 18
1 2 PM
Format: An interactive web course. The online course allows you to see and hear the instructor as well as engage in live discussions. Price: $75 To register: or for more information, CLICK HERE. Class size is limited, so reserve now!
Death is an exciting, stimulating and thought provoking
book that adds immensely to the ever-increasing literature
on the phenomena of life and death. But more importantly
perhaps, it is a confirmation that a life filled with love
instead of fear and lead to an ultimately meaningful life
and death. Thank you for this masterpiece.
Elizabeth Kubler Ross
Noted researcher on death and dying
and author of the renowned, pioneering work, On
Death and Dying
Since I began reading spiritual literature at the age of
nineteen . . . no book has changed my view of the universe
more profoundly than Easy Death. Adi Da Samraj has
spoken directly to the heart of our human condition the
shocking reality of our brief and unbidden lives. Through
his words I have experienced a glimmering of eternal life.
from the Foreword of Easy Death
by Richard Grossinger
Adi Da has brought into the world an
immense body of wisdom about mortality, death, serving the
death transition, and the Divine Reality in which both life and
death are occurring. Whether you are approaching your own death,
facing the death of a loved one, or are simply in need of understanding
the purpose of this brief and mortal life, you will find in Adi
Da's wisdom a most extraordinary and unique Help Real Help,
not mere consolation or impermanent philosophy.
Whether youre an agnostic, atheist, member of an established religion, or are practicing another form of spirituality, this lively webinar, based on the wisdom of Avatar Adi Da Samraj, will transform the way you approach death. Understand:
What really happens in the death and after-death process, including the critical first two hours after clinical death
How to serve your loved ones before and during the death process
How to prepare oneself for the death process
If you still prefer new age fairy tales, go snuggle up to The Five People You Meet in Heaven (and bring your teddy bear too). But if you're beyond pacifiers and ungrounded consolation; if you've learned (probably like me, the hard way) that life (and death) are not as simple and straightforward as the wish fulfillment of a five year old would make them out to be; if you're an adult (like it or not), getting older every day and looking for the real scoop on life and death. . . read [Easy Death].
As a longtime hospice worker, I've made a habit of reading everything I can find about death and dying. The psychologically-oriented books on bereavement and mourning are interesting and even helpful, but most of them presume that death is just annihilation. The religiously oriented books are more hopeful but, to put it bluntly, most of them are filled with nonsensical dogma.
I know for a fact that death isn't annihilation, because even after people die, you can feel their spirit in the room. In little, out-of-the-way spiritual bookstores I've found several small, pretty marginal books that acknowledge this fact and attempt to describe what happens to a person AFTER they die. But none of them really speak with the authority of the two best books on the entire subject of death and dying, Sogyal Rinpoche's The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying and Adi Da Samraj's Easy Death. The good Rinpoche's book is very good indeed and I got a lot of out of it. But Adi Da Samraj's book is of another order entirely.
Adi Da is an American spiritual master who literally accompanies his own devotees through the death process (the book contains some amazing stories about this). Most importantly, he addresses every important aspect of the death and dying in a language that we ordinary mortals can understand, offering us clear, absolutely usable advice that I've never seen anywhere else. You really can and should know what happens after death, and this book will tell you. I've been employing Adi Da Samraj's wisdom in my hospice work for a few years now and it's just totally changed the outcome for those who have died right in front of me — as well as for their families, and even for me. It turns out that what you need to know about death is exactly what you should know about life as well.
I don't know who this man is or where he came from but they ought to give him a medal for this book.
Will Knoblock, Hospice Worker
Course Instructor. The course will be led by Angelo
Druda, a longtime devotee of Avatar Adi Da Samraj,
who has led many Easy Death seminars and classes over the years, for doctors, nurses, government ministers and thousands of people in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
Angelo is a certified practitioner of Traditional Chinese
Medicine (practicing in Cobb, California), a member of the
Australian Natural Therapist Association, and a senior educator and minister
in Mate Moce, the Ministry established by Adi Da Samraj to
instruct human beings about the death process, serve their
transition, and provide wisdom and education addressing the fear and suffering that surrounds the death process. He is the author of The
Tao of Rejuvenation and The
Easy Death Workbook, and numerous articles on health, rejuvenation, and how to serve the dying. For more about Angelo, visit
his website, TraditionalBotanicalMedicine.com.
Listen to an audio clip of Angelo being interviewed about serving people in the death process: