Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The Path: Afterlife


I have been in the process of building a spiritual video library and came across one that I thought exceptional. The Path: Afterlife, with The Monroe Institute, William Buhlman, Tom Cambell and others, is one that I intend to watch over and over. I'll order one for my daughters and niece to watch, and I highly recommend it to anyone who has lost someone, or is currently going through a transitional experience.

There is so much information in this little video that it would be hard to pin down what I liked about it, except to say that there were pockets of information that spoke directly to me. I suspect that might be true for others, although not necessarily the same pockets of information.

You can order The Path here.

24 comments:

Reya Mellicker said...

I had some good friends who were very involved with the Monroe Institute. Interesting organization, so surprising that it's located in central Virginia, not an area I associate with psychic study - though my friends said that part of Virginia is very tuned in.

Hope you're all recovered from the flu.

Brian Miller said...

wow. they tackle some prtty big questions...intriguing....

Nancy said...

Reya - I've heard that about Virginia. Isn't that where the Edgar Cayce Institute is located?

Brian - It was interesting where the bits of information hit home with me. Random bits here and there.

DJan said...

The thing is, none of us will ever know until later if there is life after death. I remember Jung saying that he didn't BELIEVE in life after death: he KNEW there is.

Amanda said...

as always, i come away from your place having learned something new and fascinating - thanks for sharing this with us.

Nancy said...

DJan - Jung was so ahead of his time. Of course we studied him in human development, as well as others, but his philosophy always seemed closest to my own.

Amanda - Thank you! This film discussed "soul groups" and how they come together to help each other. I think the blog world is one big soul group.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

The Monroe Institute is in Nellyford, Virginia, gorgeous area. Have always wanted to go through one of their programs, but they're expensive. The institute itself is really a very cool place.

Nancy said...

Trish & Rob - One of their programs is on my bucket list.

The Good Cook said...

Nancy,
As always, thank you for this recommendation. As I travel the path I am on I am drawn to these types of films and books more and more. I seek understanding and appreciate your guidance and excellent recommendations. I just ordered this film and anxiously wait its arrival.
Linda

Nancy said...

Linda - I think you will like it.

Hilary said...

You always manage to suggest some of the most interesting finds. You must be building an amazing library.

Nancy said...

Hilary - I've just started on a video library. The quality has been getting better, but there is still a limited selection and not all are created equal, I've found.

Nancy said...

i would love to see this.

leilani said...

what ever happens im gonna have as much fun there as i have had here! why not? =)

Cloudia said...

Thanks Nancy for walking that path together, Friend!



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susan said...

That looks very interesting and I will check it out. There may indeed be life after death but just in case the Buddhists are correct, I'm trying to improve myself this time around so I don't have to spend too many lifetimes working my way back to a human form.

Natalie said...

Of course you realise Nancy, that I will be your luggage handler, when you go and do that course at Monroe. Right? ♥

luksky said...

Intriguing!! I'm always curious about the unknown. It's on my Christmas list now. :-)

Lori said...

Oh goodnes, this looks and sounds so interesting...will have to put this on my wish list. Thanks for sharing your wealth of wisdom and knowledge! XX

Nancy said...

Nancy - You might like it.

leilani - Why not, indeed!

Cloudia - :-)

susan - I'm kinda hoping the same thing.

Natalie - Maybe we'll meet there...

luksky - Let me know what you think if you get it from Santa.

Lori - You never know when it's just what someone needs and didn't know it.

ellen abbott said...

I'm always interested in life after life studies. I may get it for my sister who, although she has a firm belief in the continuance, has just learned her husband is in stage 4 lung cancer.

Nancy said...

ellen - I am so sorry to hear that. :-(

Pat said...

Sounds like an interesting movie. I believe in the afterlife.

Nancy said...

Pat - Me, too.