Art of Dying Volume II - Page 27

Try to realize that when a man leaves his physical body and opens his consciousness to astral life , his first sensation is of the intense vividness and reality of that life , so that he thinks ' Now for the first time I know what it is to live ’. But when in turn he leaves that life for the higher one , he exactly repeats the same experience , for this life is in turn so much fuller and wider and more intense than the astral that once more no comparison is possible . And yet there is another life beyond all this ,

“ unto which even this is but as moonlight unto sunlight …

CHARLES LEADBETTER ANNIE BESANT
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“ Try to realize  that when a man leaves his physical body  and opens his consciousness to astral life,  his first sensation is of the intense vividness and reality of that life,  so that he thinks 'Now for the first time I know what it is to live’.  But when in turn he leaves that life for the higher one,  he exactly repeats the same experience,  “ for this life is in turn so much fuller and wider  and more intense than the astral  that once more no comparison is possible.  L*WL*FW&\*<*FW,*Ɩf\*&WL**F2*VF*v6*WfV*F<*<*'WL*<*ƖvL*VF*7VƖvN( `4$U2TD$UEDU *R$U4@dTR#