On Life After Death By Elisabeth Kubler Ross M.D.

Justin Place
This books is aimed to bring enlightenment to
the reader on the subject of dying, and what
lies beyond. It is composed of four essays
written by Miss. Ross.
The information provided is based on over
20,000 case studies of peoples who were dying
or had near death experiences.
A founder in the creation of the hospice
movement we have currently in society.
Was a pioneer on the workings and research on
the subject of life after death and dying its self
Amazingly enough she was able to witness and
record information for more then 20,000 cases
Creator of the 5 Stages of grief and dying.
Despite culture religion or age the process of
dying is the same for all humans.
There are three stages, and the process is
compared to a butterfly emerging from a
First is the “out of body experience” a
heightened sense of awareness for the situation
The Second stage is one of astroprojection
where you are now enlightened.
And the third stage is known as going towards
the light. This is categorized by pure bliss and
A better outlook on death can lead to a more
beneficial life and understanding on personal
growth and happiness.
Through experiencing trials and tribulations
such as being and unwanted child, and the
after effects of WW2 Miss. Ross gained a
deeper appreciation for death.
Caused questions as to why no studies were
ever done on the process of dying or near death
Accepting death as the next step of the human
experience will ease loss and fear of mortality
Death is the shedding of the physical body and
is experienced by every human.
Met by loved ones who proceeded in death
All ailments are relived, such as blind seeing,
and the mute talking.
Crossing of symbolic landscape such as bridge,
valley, or tunnel
Personal judgment on every choice and the
Facet of divinity present in man for the last 8
million years
With the introduction of organ transplant
arises legal issues on when someone is actually
Personally experienced a near death event and
the model held true
Four Spiritual quadrants, physical, emotional,
intellectual, spiritual
Depending on they type of relationship the
child has with the parent determines the
amount of grieving
Talking about the death and process after life
can help lead to a healthy grieving process
Communication can also help the passer with
unresolved issues they may be having
Child may try to bring the parent back with
good behaviors, or will expect them to
comeback at some point