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How to Survive Life (and Death): A Guide for Happiness in This World and Beyond

How to Survive Life and Death A Guide for Happiness in This World and Beyond When you nearly die three times you learn a thing or two about how to liveAn Emmy nominated art director for television Robert Kopecky never dreamed he d end up writing a book about how to survive l

  • Title: How to Survive Life (and Death): A Guide for Happiness in This World and Beyond
  • Author: Robert Kopecky
  • ISBN: 9781573246361
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • When you nearly die three times, you learn a thing or two about how to liveAn Emmy nominated art director for television, Robert Kopecky never dreamed he d end up writing a book about how to survive life and death But what else could he do Over the years, Kopecky had not one but three near death experiences He discovered exactly what lives on the other side of our feWhen you nearly die three times, you learn a thing or two about how to liveAn Emmy nominated art director for television, Robert Kopecky never dreamed he d end up writing a book about how to survive life and death But what else could he do Over the years, Kopecky had not one but three near death experiences He discovered exactly what lives on the other side of our fears about dying and living And he had some stories he knew we d want to hear Even some very funny ones.Read this book and you ll find yourself uncoiling, relaxing your shoulders, taking deeper breaths You may even feel like you re floating as you begin to shed the weight of a lifetime of social and existential anxiety You ll discover what Kopecky believes are the three keys to living life Radical KindnessRadical ForgivenessRadical Surrender.And you ll find the calm determination to live your life accordingly.

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    1 thought on “How to Survive Life (and Death): A Guide for Happiness in This World and Beyond

    1. I had to read this one twice!!Aloha! This is not the average spiritual book or book about a near death experience (or three), it is more about the lessons of life for your soul and going forward from here and now onward. The author writes plainly and reaches the reader with something greater than common sense, more aligned with soul understanding. Love is the lesson behind life and what can we do to make it happen, to do it present, to make us present in it - it is here in these pages. Concepts [...]

    2. Done with the book. The author makes few interesting points. Good: The main take-aways are to practice radical forgiveness, radical kindness, and radical surrender (to the universe) to achieve one's happiness. A lot of thoughts are based on "good and noble" philosophies from around the world. I must give the credit to the author that there is religious preference while an underlying theme is to take what applies / makes sense from all sources treating them without discrimination. Could be better [...]

    3. SO MUCH MOREI found Robert Kopecky’s funny little book about living and dying to be an amazing read. Crafted with an irrepressible sense of humor and universal spirituality, Kopecky’s rather rocky journey and subsequent revelations are indeed fascinating. His writing style is easy and enjoyable to follow. The elements of his understanding are woven into a compelling, gripping, funny and thought provoking story. I found his examinations of happiness, pain, love, and loss, to be wonderfully th [...]

    4. As much as death is a part of life, we tend to identify it with darkness. Kopecky has brought light and humor to a subject that we as a culture work hard not to to address. We know surviving life can be a struggle, but the author has survived death so often that he can speak first-hand of limitlessness where boundaries were thought to exist. Kopecky's story is one of unusual gifts received, the lessons that came with them, and the wondrous beauty of existence. Could it all be as easy as embracin [...]

    5. This book is a good introduction to living a life of conscious awareness for the skeptic. It touches on several topics in a lighthearted, non-threatening way. I bought the book after hearing Robert Kopecky speak. I was hoping it would incorporate more information drawn from his in-depth research on various cultures and religions and their views of death, but these were barely mentioned specifically. This book is definitely more for the "beginner" on the path of spiritual enlightenment.

    6. The humor with which the author writes about such a terrible experience makes you reconsider it. I liked the not-so-serious approach on death and the conclusions the author reached after not one, but three near-death experiences.

    7. Reassuring BeliefsA spiritual based read for all faiths. The near death experiences affirmed my personal beliefs in the afterlife. Thought provoking.

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