Facing Light: Preparing for the Moment of Dying

Facing Light: Preparing for the Moment of Dying

by William Douglas Horden


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On April 19, 2003, at the age of 53, a genetic flaw in one of the author's arteries caused a massive heart attack. Some twenty minutes later, his heart stopped and he was dead for some two minutes.
Though he regained consciousness the following day, the elapsed time seemed substantially longer-more in the realm of months, during which he was graced by the presence of innumerable great-souled spirits.
This small work is his humble effort to contribute to the growing body of work arising from the growing number of revenants speaking about the art of dying as the art of living. Certainly, the near-death experience is going to be more common as medical science progresses This carries the real-world implication that the perspective, values and sense of purpose revenants bring back to the living will inevitably make an impact on civilization at large.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500326944
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/21/2014
Series: Facing Light , #1
Pages: 56
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.12(d)

About the Author

William Douglas Horden is co-author of The Toltec I Ching.
He is also author of a book-length work of poetry, Palimpsest Flesh, centered around his near-death experience.

His other nonfiction works are:
The Five Emanations
The Spiritual Basis of Good Fortune
I Ching Mathematics
The Image and Number Treatise
The Forest of Fire Pearls Oracle

A full listing of his work can be found on his website:

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