Breaking the Death Habit: The Science of Everlasting Life

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Frog Books, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 134 pages
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Leonard Orr, one of the originators--along with Ram Dass, Fritz Perls, and Timothy Leary--of the New Age movement, has spent a lifetime in his own quest for physical immortality, and he claims to have achieved it. In this easy-to-read book, he shows readers how they can, too, laying out the fundamental elements of transcending the physical in order to obtain everlasting life. Illustrations.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
The Components of Physical Immortality
7
The Living Masters
15
Beyond Senility and Aging
21
The Essentials
27
The Failure of Religion
39
The Death of Jesus Christ
43
A Sampler
47
Goraknath
71
The Stages of Mastery
77
Part IIISuggested Practices for Spiritual Purification
83
Spiritual Breathing
85
Fire
93
The Name of God
99
Further Suggestions for Spiritual Purification
103
Personal Mastery and Citizenship
121

Babaji
49
Bhartriji
63
So Youre ImmortalWhats Next?
129
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About the author (1998)

Along with such folk heroes as Ram Dass, Fritz Perls, and Timothy Leary, Leonard Orr is one of the originators and elders of what we term today "the New Age movement." The founder of Rebirthing, he began his journey during the '50s as a born again Christian and Bible student in the Delaware River region of New York. Orr has since published twenty books in more than a dozen languages, including Rebirthing in the New Age; Breath Awareness; Babaji, the Angel of the Lord; and Government Without Taxes. His international Rebirthing Movement has served over ten million people on six continents.

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