Don't Cry When I Die...

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Fiction - 208 pages
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We have all, at some point in our lives, wondered what happens after death.

Is it really the end of "everything" that we strive so hard to achieve throughout our lives? Is it the final full stop? There must be some purpose to our lives. We can't just be born to die for no apparent reason.

What about past lives? Is there any truth in all the stories about reincarnation and karma? Is it possible that destiny is not as random as it seems to be? That destiny is, infact, a carefully orchastrated play to work out one's karmic debts.

What if our "every" action affects, either postively or negatively, our future not just in this life but in the next ones as well?

Would you live your life differently if you knew the answers to these questions?

This must-read book is an insight into these questions and their answers portrayed beautifully through the eyes of a newly departed soul.

A captivating, ethereal sojurn into the realm of eternity that will inspire readers to visualise life and death from a new perspective; where death is just a pause and nothing is ever the end...



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Dont Cry when I Die
Just a few pages into the book, and I was already impressed with the flow of words and ideas. What I liked the most were the narrations and descriptions. I could easily
visualise the scene - as if I'm watching a movie....
The theme, with several layers or rebirths, is difficult to perceive at first shot. Specially for those who are not exposed to past life regression and after life theories.
The book was gripping, and the curiosity quotient high enough for me to want to read it again.
I could relate to the chapters better the second time around. The relationship chart at the back of the book, and the reader friendly font made the next reading a breeze.
Latika has taken care of so many elements: yet connected in all in the form of a storyline !
* thoughts
* flow
* expression
* language
* tenses - past/ present
We often have no answers to our reactions of some difficult people. I find myself asking the Almighty....'WHY ! ' so often.
This book has increased my curiosity level. I would love to go into past Life Regression and discover myself in totality too.
I would say the subject is difficult, but Latika has done full justice to it. Its a thought provoking, educative book - interestingly put, and very well written.
Ritu Kakkar

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This book made me think . Made me pause. Made me reflect .
A book written about a complex subject however in a simple style. Anyone can understand and comprehend the story with ease. There has been
a spiritual awakening in me after reading this book. There is a past life, karmic deeds to be
cleared , necessary to find the purpose of one's life , one's destiny ........all this told with the help of a beautiful storyline.
If you need clarity and need to listen to your inner mind, this book is the answer.

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About the author (2011)

The author,Latika Tripathinow known asPurvi Beriis a sales professional whose career with leading publishing houses include The Times of India, India Abroad, U.S.A. and Gulf News, Dubai. A career spanning more than eighteen years between India and Dubai with assignments across the world, she foundedAll Directions Mediain the U.A.E in 2008.Over the years, her interest has strengthened in holistic development and learning. She is presently qualified as and practices the following healing modalities.·ThetaHealer®, Manifestor and Intuitive Anatomy Practitioner. ·Master Hypnotist, Integrated Clinical Hypnotherapist, Past Life Regression Therapist.·Neuro Linguistic Practitioner, Time Line Therapy® Practitioner, Emotional Freedom Technique™ Practitioner.·Reiki Practitioner, Numerologist, Feng-Shui Practitioner, Tarot reader.·Book Coach.·For more on theauthorvisit: and·For more on herfirstbookvisit:·For more on hercompanyvisit:

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