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The Laws Of The Spirit World

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In 1980, Rumi and Khorshed Bhavnagri lost their sons Vispi and Ratoo in a car accident. Within a month and through a chain of people, they received a message that their sons wanted to communicate with them and they spoke to the boys through a medium, and were assured of their well-being. They had reached the Spirit World immediately and had been welcomed by their beloved g ...more
Published by Jaico Publishing House (first published January 1st 2009)
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Jyoti
Mar 19, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Shikha Rawal
Nov 05, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
So the book in the beginning is a little too repetitive in terms of the concept explanation of the 7 realms and it is simplied way too much into good and bad deeds. However, the Q & A part is better and easy to understand. The knowledge contained in the book is nothing substantially new but rather something all of us have always been taught since childhood - As you sow, so shall your reap. However, there are some interesting concepts that I learnt such as the Akashic records which records each a ...more
Smruti


Read with an open mind.

Helped me change my thoughts.My life was miserable with lot of obstacles .I was living in illusion.

Had faith that i would get help.Yes i did.It completely changed my life .

Today after a lot of sufferings am Happy & relaxed.

when you are in dark tunnel not knowing what to do where to go whom to ask help then ................................. read this book .Believe it .Have firm faith that you will be helped bcoz this is "LIGHT " that will guide you.
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Melanie
Nov 16, 2011 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
The book talks about the spirit world and the way one should lead life while on earth. It describes life after death and dwells on the aspects of good & evil in a basic way. I found the same thought being repeated in various chapters without moving logically from one topic to another.Was not able to continue reading it after I was half way through.
Mayur Sarda
Jan 24, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
One should read this book with out any preconceived notion. While reading this book I came across many hidden spiritual laws which really going to help me evolve as an individual. If you are looking for some spiritual wisdom than this book is for you.
Deepu P
Oct 12, 2011 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: not to read
Recommended to Deepu by: flipkart
never read this book seriously never...this book is dreadful full of ideas that create negative feelings....this book create fear only through this one can control us..book mentions that there is no good nor bad..but every sentence is based on these two..


I recommend to read conversations with god And evolutionary enlightenment...these books have something valuable....these books are evolved than that supershit....
Acyutananda
Feb 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Highly relevant, important information.
The information channeled from Korshed's sons is congruent with vedic scriptures.
Expect to be challenged in regards to your ethics and esteem of yourself.
Perfect read for people who want to improve their moral standing.
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Wenceslao
Jun 02, 2013 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: after-death
if this would had been the only book on the topic maybe I would have enjoyed it, however I read this after reading the journey of souls by Michael Newton and parts of Laws of spirit world reminded me of the former, however LOTSW becomes unique in its introduction of god, angels, devils, sin, temptation, discussion of good and evil which at the end what does not conclude stating what set of beliefs should the reader adhere to in order to define what is good, what is sin etc.
What really rang some
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Vanu
Feb 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was exactly what I needed.
My uncle lent me this book after talking about Upanishads and spirituality, and this book has answered so many of my questions, especially the ones about Death and what comes after. This whole summer (I'm not sure if it's the restlessness or what) has been one of intense soul-searching (or at least, one of worrying about death and having an existential crisis), and this has answered everything that I've always been questioning. I feel so much better right now. I fe
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Yogeshwar Vashishtha
Oct 06, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This is an amazing book written on the other dimensions and what happens to us after our death. it is a life changing book !!
ThePagemaster
Dec 12, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Denial can be an ugly thing. It makes people lose touch with reality, display absurd behavior, and can result in consequences that may never entirely go away. In some instances, professional help will be needed. If not, a psychosis could potentially ensue. Every once in a while, one will find that a psychosis is a desired explanation for the actions or statements of another since it makes their deviations from common sense and reason more understandable. Such is the case with the author of Laws ...more
Rashmi Menon
Dec 23, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Got this book out of despair and regretted it so much so. As much I tried to keep an open mind while reading this, I found it tough to tide through the book due to its repetitiveness and the narration that is constantly tying fear and negativity to this other dimension. It preaches love, goodness, kindness, gratitude etc as precursory to harmonious mankind, but it tries doing that in a blackmail-ish kind of way (that leaves us feeling stupid to even try enduring the book and the concepts it brin ...more
Neetu Nazareth
Jun 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was simply AWESTRUCK when I heard about this book and immediately purchased it cause I wanted to know all about it.

Read this book only if you
-completely or remotely believe in the existence of God and afterlife.
-have a VERY OPEN MIND.
If you've lost a loved one, this book might help you cope with your loss. It'll provide comfort in a way nothing else probably can.
Full review here: http://neetusbookblog.blogspot.in/201...
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Arun B
Aug 06, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A decent book. If you believe in paranormal, give it a shot! Some of the ideas that are presented in this book concurs with the Hindu Scriptures.
Abhishek Mehta
Apr 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Dear Readers.. I saw many comments that there is a lot of repetition but my friend all those are purposely written again and again because that is the bottomline. I have experienced spirits in many ways and this book has all matters which I personally experienced.. I don't know how much my life would change but we all know the difference between good and bad. So, lets promise ourselves and pray to God that we always live in right path in godly way... Mistakes will happen but we need to recognize ...more
Anish Kumar
Jul 08, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
You would only be able to relate to it in case you are religious and God fearing person. The author talks about a family who's two members are killed in an accident and then they establish a connection with their parents. Their parents used to write everything their sons used to tell them.

Well honestly I don't know how much truth lies when the author claims about 7 different levels after you die, which will be based upon how well and honestly you have lived. The lessons shared are great and I i
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Priyanka
Jan 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have always been spiritual. Religion was forced on me at birth, which with time, I have been able to distance myself from. Laws of the Spirit world answered most of the questions about world, misery, karma, karmic connections, karmic debts and lot of other aspects of cosmic energy. I have been lucky enough to have experienced spiritual connections in my life and this validation of my beliefs was much needed.
Kanav Guglani
I personally feel that the author of this book is kinda delusional.
It's not that everything written in this book is wrong, but most of the content is fictional.
You do get to learn something, but you also realize that more than half of the content is fictional, and is added for one sole purpose, and that's monetization.
Not recommended.
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Rachna
To put the book in a nutshell, live a good life, do good and be good, else you will go to the pits of hell and suffer. Nothing new.
Purva Khandelwal
The book that changes your thought process. Gives a whole new dimension to life. I am grateful to have read this book recommended by a very beautiful human being and a very good friend. Must read.
Smriti Jhunjhunwala
Not sure if I completely believe in what has been told in the book, however, it does remind one and emphasise on being a good human being. While it's quite repetitive in its writing, it does pass the message very strongly, motivated me and reminded me to be positive. Simple good read ...more
Kunika Diwan
Jan 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: spiritual, self-help
I think this book is a wake up call for every individual leading his/her life inappropriately. This book is sure to open your eyes, provides a great deal of information about the spirit world and will help you mend your ways. And yes, for some, this book could be life changing!
I felt that a lot of things in the book were repetitive, but I personally found it helpful because the writer might just want to imbibe the information deep in your veins. At some points I found the information too scary,
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Pooja
Sep 07, 2010 rated it really liked it
A great book for beginners by a mourning mother of two sons who died at an early age of late-twenties. If you are interested in concepts of life after death, spiritual consequences after life, and overall the meaning of physical existence, have a read. It may or may not resonate with you, all the talk about "realms" of an after-life world, but the book is worth once a read at least to compare the different sources of knowledge you already have.

The author, Khorshed Bhavnagri, communicates (alleg
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Deepa M.K.
A very insightful read! Cleared many questions i had in mind and gave clarity on many spiritual concepts.

When i started off i found it hard to be open to what is being discussed in the book because the writing sounded too childish and even negative at some point. But once you reach the middle its a very informative and enlightening read that can change the way you look at life!

Arunesh Arora
Nov 20, 2018 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
1. book says even the soul has physical features, communication, still needs to carry on with karma after death, has emotions, hell and heaven is real, soul feels pain too, souls play and punish each other,

2. on every page a question will arise if u r a bit rational thinker, author has tried to answer some basic queries but with lame useless answers.....!!!
NerdWhoLovesToRead
I'm rating this book in terms of my reading enjoyment. My rating or review does not express my views regarding the content of this book. It expresses my views in terms of my reading experience.

I think the most evident thing about this book that everyone should know is that it is extremely repetitive. There are so many points in this book that have been repeated numerous times. The author simply rephrased the sentences and bombarded us with the same piece of knowledge countless times whenever she
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Roma
May 09, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I had come across the title of this book in the 'Must Read' list created by one of the spiritual follower. The title was intriguing. Moreover one more friend of mine strongly recommended to me this book. Hence I bought this book on my Kindle app.

It may sound eerie but this book is written or rather dictated by two of the souls Ratoo and Vispi who were deceased sons of Khorshed Bhavnagri. The book as mentioned is an attempt to help souls progress but opening up their subconscious minds. The book
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Lifeafterbook
Apr 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What happens after we die? Is there real hell & heaven? Do we choose our own family? Are there really ghosts in the world? Are horoscopes always correct?
Are you finding answers to this type of questions or questions of life after death then you should definitely read this book.

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I heard about this book from my mom and I just knew I had to read it out of curiosity.

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This book is about Vispi & Ratoo, who lost their lives in a car crash. But found a way theough automatic writing to talk to their m
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Liz
Jul 22, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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BookFluke
Feb 23, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
We are continuously seeking answers from God every time anything bad happens to us. We tend to forget that life cannot be a straight line it’s about the ups as well as downs. Life is all about how well you live and enjoy it even everything is falling apart.
The story is about Khorshed and her husband Rumi Bhavnagari, who lost their sons Vispi and Ratoo in a tragic car accident. After this incident, they had lost all the faith in God and were deeply in grief.

After a month Khorshed somehow got a m
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