It is not easy to rise to the understanding of a superior Intelligence. It takes effort, work on oneself, patience. Sometimes, it takes years of meditation to reach the understanding of one psalm. Two thousand years have passed since Jesus spoke his divine words and we are still far from having understood everything.
There are many books about the experiences of death, but they mostly speak about the "passage," such as it is described by people who have returned to their bodies. This book is very different, because the author has accompanied many souls to the other side and he saw behind the passage once the soul permanently leaves the body.
Through the narratives of this book, we can see that there are several stages, several meetings to be lived on the other side. These are stories of rich and profound wisdom, that bring us in front of a reality that we absolutely need to know to be well prepared for our last trip.
Just because we do not have a body we no longer live. On the contrary, without our physical vehicle, we go into worlds that are more alive than the material world.
Here is a book that will prepare you for death and that will enable you to help those who are facing it because you will know and understand what is really happening on the other side of the veil.
The sense of touch is the magic in you. Page by page you will learn how to unite your life to your soul. You will develop a sensitivity and you will see that everything in you is alive. It is through the inner magic that you can master your life, and for that, you need your sense of touch to be increasingly subtile and pure. You will find the answers in this book. Then the only thing left to do is to have the experience.
The perfection of the sense of taste is the thirst for a higher world, a wanting to taste higher consciousness. Developing taste is trying to taste love, taste life, taste the sacred, and raise our soul by nourishing it only with peace and wisdom, the food of the Gods.
This book and the sacred arcana that it presents to you, allow you to taste a knowledge and as yet unknown experiences . . .