The ultimate journey for all humans is both absolutely universal-and utterly alone. For many people who are embarking on this inevitable path, fear and negative emotions can transform this natural process into a less than pleasant journey. It is for this reason that author Zoran Miv has created The Final Journey: Mastering the Art of Dying, his illuminating roadmap to the passage of death that is certain to ease any individual through this ultimate life experience. Miv embarks on this journey by presenting the two scenarios that could happen at the moment of death: a black screen when consciousness disappears or the possibility that there is more. Since one can kw until that moment occurs, this book prepares individuals for the latter scenario. The author starts his roadmap by helping readers face the fear that is often companion to death, and theories on biological causes of aging, with practices for aging prevention. The book also covers causes of death, from medical factors to traffic accidents. The Final Journey then addresses the dying process, and also provides insight on caring for a dying person. The Final Journey also weighs in on the surprising universality of a near-death experience, with individuals from all walks of life and corners of the world reporting similar occurrences, such as the tunnel of bright light, an out-of-body experience, and more. Exploring the evolution of the idea of soul, the author considers whether or t there is more after legal death. He also looks closely at the soul, and tions of spacetime throughout the ages. Charting the journey, Miv clarifies phases to the arrival at the final destination. The author also suggests ancient practices for proper transference, avoidance of death, and methods to predict death. In gentle, clear language that encompasses wisdom on this fundamental aspect of the human condition, this illuminating book is certain to ease this transition for people of every belief and spirituality. Key points: Causes of aging and anti-aging best practices Most common causes of death and their prevention Comprehensive list of signs of dying and death Detailed description of the dying process Caregiving Ancient exercises for the dying process Ancient methods for avoiding the death Ancient methods for predicting the death Ancient methods for resurrection Twelve phases of the journey of death
A native of Karlovac, Croatia, Macedonian author Zoran Minov lived in Karlovac and Ploce, Croatia, before settling in Skopje, Macedonia, where he now makes his home with his wife and daughter. He is the author of the several Macedonian-language books the first one of which is The Path of the Kings published in 1995. He was spiritual advisor of dignitaries in the nineties, and after a near death experience he had in 2000, he has devoted himself to Classical Studies at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje. Today he works as a CEO at a Software Company he founded in 2008.