Reflection About Death After Death

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In many religious groups, Death is defined as the cessation of the connection between our mind and our body. Most people believe that death takes place when the heart stops beating; but this does not mean that the person has died, because the subtle mind may still remain in his/her body.
The Bible called death a sleep. Jesus said his friend Lazarus was asleep when he referred to Lazarus ' death. "Our friend Lazarus sleepeth" John 11:11. Christ called Lazarus forth from his tomb where he had been dead for four days. When Lazarus stepped forth from his tomb, he did not say that he had been to heaven. Lazarus had been sleeping in the dust of the earth since the breath of life had left him. Ecclesiastes 9:5.
In Ved Puran, during the war of God and Daitya (Rakshak), when Rakshak died, they were revived by Sukracharya, the guru of Daitya, with the help of “Mrit Sanjeevani”. Our history is full of such examples where dead people have been resurrected by Maharishis. In Ramayana too, Lakshman is revived by Sanjeevani buti that Hanuman brings.
Sri Sri Thakur very strongly supported the theory that it is possible to revive a human being even after the person is dead. He
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