Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Flipside: A Tourist's Guide to the Afterlife

CC Liu, Seven, Wisdom QuarterlyRich Martini (FlipsideTheFilm.com); Rinpoche Zasep

This is the companion video to a talk at Mystic Journey Bookstore in Venice, California. Hypnotherapist Scott De Tamble briefly explains what "between life therapy" is, as taught to him by Michael Newton. He offers to do a between life session with someone in the audience, who became upset while listening to an account of an American Indian past life memory that included a massacre. De Tamble offered to help her get to the root of her emotional memory. 

The woman had read Flipside: A Tourist's Guide on How to Navigate the Afterlife but had never before met the author. After the session she said she had other visual memories regarding this past life. The session was conducted in front of a public audience on July 14, 2012. Sound quality suffers because no filming session was planned, and the bookstore was open throughout.

But the evidence for rebirth is not limited to hypnosis. There is a growing body of scientific evidence, in spite of it being a filtered and forbidden topic of study. Wisdom Quarterly frequently speaks of the amazing work of Dr. Ian Stevenson. The evidence in Buddhist texts goes even further.

(Univ. of Virginia) Scientific evidence with Dr. Ian Stevenson, M.D.

PLEASE COME AGAIN: The Reincarnation of Zasep Tulku Rinpoche

Wheel of Rebirth (Hanciong/flickr.com)
(ITM WORLD VIDEOS) Tibetan Buddhism on Rebirth: What happens when we die? Let's ask someone who has traveled the Bardo (Tibetan, the "between") and returned to talk about it.

Rinpoche Zasep is a Vajrayana Buddhist lama born in Tibet in 1948. He currently lives in British Columbia. At an early age he was recognized as a tulku, an incarnation (the 13th) of Lama Konchog Tenzin of Zuru Monastery. In 1959, during the genocidal Chinese invasion, he escaped from Tibet and continued his education for 16 years in India under the tutelage of many greatest teachers.

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