Travel in the Spiritual Worlds
Music to Die By
There are many uses of music for exercise and entertainment but music is not usually used during one of the most important of life's events: death.
For the dying, harmonious music helps to unite the conflicting ideas and emotions at the end of life. The choice for music listened to at the time of death should be joyous since the soul is being welcomed into the afterlife after a long period of being bound to physical matter.
People can sample the kind of music they prefer in advance and ask that it be played by their caregivers as they approach death. Headphones can be used if people are in an institutional setting so others will not disturbed.
The music chosen should not be used to bring up memories of the past but to create a path of sound to a brilliant and infinite future. Music is a form of transportation in the inner world and can be used to aid those without strong meditative skills at the time of death.
Introduction | The Geography of Spiritual Travel | The "Travel" Analogy | Leaving the Body in Spiritual Travel | Spiritual Travel Versus Dreams | Sacred Light | Sacred Sound | Psychic States | Spiritual Travel in Western Religious Scripture | The Self in Spiritual Travel | Returning to the Physical Body | Near-Death Experience | Navigation During Spiritual Travel | Spiritual Matter | Method and Techniques To Induce Spiritual Travel | Shamanism and Spiritual Travel | After-Death Experience | Spiritual Travel as a Rehearsal for Physical Death | Beyond Spiritual Travel | Conclusion
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