Saturday, December 5, 2009

Our latest offering...
"In The Event of My Death"
Do you need to get your personal affairs in order? Have you made out your Will yet? Are you ready to leave this body behind at any moment? Because you never know when Death will come for you. Morbid as that may sound, that fact is part of what makes life so precious. It is never too soon, but is often too late, when it comes to taking care of the legal matters surrounding your death. This new booklet provides you with a place to record all your important personal information, to make your departure easier to deal with for those you leave behind. And you could save a lot of money on lawyer's fees by using the forms included. Here's a partial list of the Table of Contents: Exercises (2), Living Trust Agreement, a simple Will, a Living Will, Durable Power of Attorney (2), Executor's Duties, Check List, Planning Guide and more. This is an extract from the Death Preparation Workbook, which is an extract from the original 2001 work, Prepare to Die...A Text and Workbook. There is no time like the present to take care of these important matters. It only costs $15 (plus $2 s&h), or $10 for senior citizens. Blessings to all. Corrie Moone

On Non-Dual Spirit

...Spirit goes out of itself to produce objective Nature, awakens to itself in subjective Mind, then recovers itself in pure non-dual Spirit, where subject and object are one pure act of non-dual consciousness that unifies both Nature and Mind in realized Spirit. Thus, Spirit knows itself objectively as Nature, knows itself subjectively as Mind; and knows itself absolutely as Spirit -- the Source, the Summit, the Ground, and the Process of the entire ordeal.

[Johann] Fichte...used to perform this interior experiment...
'Be aware of the wall. Now be aware of that which is aware of the wall. Now be aware of that which is aware of that which is aware of the wall.' '...this was a genuine...attempt to push back to the pure Witness, the absolute subjectivity that can never be seen as an object because it is the pure and formless Seer.' Begin to contact the absolute self by asking, 'Who am I?' or "What is it that is now aware?' This radical the source of the entire manifest world.
Ken Wilber
The Marriage of Sense and Soul
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Friday, October 30, 2009

Death Preparation Workbook
$25 plus $5 s&h
This is Parts III and IV of the original work: Prepare to Die...
A Text and Workbook, c 2001

Table of Contents:

Part III Exercises

  • Rituals

  • Facing Death

  • Tying Up Loose Ends

  • Look Back, Look Ahead

  • Goodbye Exercises

  • Death Rehearsals

  • Imminent Death Exercises

  • Things To Do Before I Die

  • My Last Requests

Part IV Practical Matters

  • A General Outline of the Dying Process

  • An Overview: Three Legal Documents

  • Directions for Preparing Your Living Trust

  • Legal Definitions

  • Revocable Living Trust Agreements

  • Exhibit A

  • Revocation of Revocable Living Trust Agreement

  • Last Will and Testament

  • Will for Adult with Children

  • Will for Adult with No Children

  • Will Codicil

  • Request for Death Certificate

  • Required Information for Death Certificate

  • A Living Will

  • Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care

  • The Ethical Will

  • Power of Attorney for Finances

  • Power of Attorney for Finances (Limited Power)

  • Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney

  • The Executor's Duties

  • Check List

  • A Planning Guide

  • Calculating Net Worth

  • DNR Cards

  • Organ Donor Cards

  • Related Reading List

  • Robert Browning's "Fear Death?"

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Our books...

"In The Event of My Death"
This folder has removable pages for you to use in getting your affairs in order for your inevitable passing. Forms include: Request for Death Certificate, exercises, a simple Will, two Power of Attorney forms (health/finances), a Living Will, Executor's Duties, a Checklist, Planning Guide, and more. This could save lots of money on lawyer's fees, because you do most the work yourself. Just photocopy the pages, fill them in, get them notarized (sometimes your bank will do this for free), photocopy them again, distribute as needed and replace in folder. You're literally "good to go"! Your family will be grateful and relieved that you had the opportunity and good sense to get your personal affairs in order and in writing. There is no time like the present to take care of these important matters. It is never too soon but often too late, so call or write for your copy. Take care of business now, so you can rest easy later! $15.00 plus $3.00 s&h.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009