re "More on Suicide"
- Dallas wrote: <<Illustrate that in this way: Here is a man
who has the capacity to go on living for 30 or 40 years
goes against him; he thinks that he can get rid of all his
misfortunes by committing suicide; that is, he thinks that if
he blows his head off, he will be annihilated. Now, he
is annihilated, so far as this life is concerned. He takes a
shot, puts a bullet through his heart or brain, and we say,
He is dead; that is the end of him. It is, for this
incarnation. But is the man annihilated? No He merely
lost what he had so far gained in this incarnation and what
he might have gained, and in the next incarnation he has to
begin all over againplus the tendency to come to the
Related to that, there's a book called "Life Between Life"
by Joel L. Whitton, MD., Ph.D. and Joe Fisher, from
Warren Books, in paperback. It's about the effects of
past-life actions in the present, with plenty of detailed
case histories as brought out under hypnosis.