DYING IS BEAUTIFUL
more than being born
English synopsis of the Italian free book on-line "Morire è bello"
the book that can help cancel death fear.
Now available also in
English, as "DYING is BEAUTIFUL"
(this synopsis first published: feb 2014; revised
Most people are scared by the idea of dying and/or are confused about
the destiny of their dear ones that may have recently passed beyond:
Death is covered by mystery in common
knowledge. We often hear that "nobody returned to tell us what there
- What happens after death?
- Is passing over dreadful?
- Do we lose our relatives forever?
Fortunately, this is not true: today we have plenty of information
derived from different sources, to shed a lot of light on this subject.
These sources are:
Each individual source might be discussed and disregarded by skeptic
observers, but the amount of reports from so many different sources,
various countries and people of so many races and languages offers such
coherent information that it would be much more difficult to find a
materialistic interpretation to those accounts than to accept them.
- Deathbed observation: accounts by people that are about to die
and report visions in their last minutes
- NDE = Near Death Experiences: reports from people who were
pronounced dead, but were then resuscitated
experiences of people who underwent hypnotic regressions and saw
of their past lives, including sometimes the moments of their deaths
messages: writings by sensitive people, that were dictated by
disincarnated entities, that report details of the worlds and life in
the upper worlds
- Visions and OBE = Out of Body Experiences: reports by sensitive
people that were able to see the upper worlds
The good news is that - contrary to the feared ideas of severe
condemnation and suffering, that are commonly suggested by most
religions - life in the upper spheres is much more enjoyable than
the earthly one (unless one has behaved very very badly).
This is so true that most of the resuscitated persons
complained to their doctors for pulling them back to Earth.
One "reborn" man personally wrote a book. He was so
enthusiastic that he entitled it: "The story of my
death. The most beautiful experience of my life".
Many reports on this subject are summarized, with reference to their
sources, in the different mentioned categories. These reports come not
just from individual and occasional accounts, but also from many
scientific works of psychologists and researchers from various
countries, that devoted decades of interest to this subject,
collecting and analysing hundreds of accounts.
The main conclusions of this work are:
Several appendices, citations and links complete the
- Death has generally no dramatic aspect, but takes the subject
into light and peace, received and guided by some loving entities
- Persons that experienced NDEs have no longer any fear of death
and run a better life.
judges us, but we relive our earthly life very quickly, to see where we
missed our aim and plan how to correct our mission, that is to grow in
love and knowledge. Sin is no offense to God, but just a personal
mistake, that must be used to grow.
- Earthly life is just an experience that we have to grow, like a
school class. We have a lot of lives alternated with
periods in heaven, like vacations between school years.
heaven, we do not stay in a steady contemplation, but operate round the
clock to learn and aid others, under the guidance of masters and
together with other entities of an equal level of evolution.
- "Heaven" has many different levels, of increasing grades of
beauty, light and perfection.
is much more enjoyable than birth; birth is like the first day of
school: embarrassing for a schoolboy in his first primary class. Care
should be used in the delivery rooms to soften the shock of birth to
- Those who love and assist a dying person should avoid
behaviour, that can produce attachment to the subject: this would make
him more difficult to die in peace and to pass to the higher planes.
- Sorrow for death is only for those that remain, missing their
This book has a preface written by Suzanne Ward: the famous writer
of the book
"Matthew, tell me about Heaven", that was one of the main references for