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Kopecky shares wisdom learned from near-death experiences in new book

Brooklyn BookBeat

March 16, 2018 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Author Robert Kopecky. Images courtesy of Llewellyn Books
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Robert Kopecky is a Brooklyn-based illustrator and animation-designer-turned spiritual author. What inspired the change? Kopecky had three near-death experiences.

Most people believe that you must die to get to heaven, but those who have suffered near-death experiences tell a different tale: our quest for happiness and peace can be found while we’re alive. Although we might feel lost at times, he explains, our internal, authentic selves truly know why we’re here.

Living through difficulties is part of growing into our authentic selves. The secret is in not allowing life to live you, but in knowing what drives you and choosing to live life on your own terms.

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In “How to Get to Heaven (Without Really Dying),” Kopecky hits readers with plenty of “aha” moments through the wisdoms he gained after suffering three different near-death experiences. His essential lesson is this: You don’t have to die to get to heaven. Kopecky guides readers with exercises to rise above the traps of the ego, discover kindness and the value of service and 20 tips for living in heaven while we’re alive.

In this remarkable book, Kopecky provides a new perspective on living in the present moment, developing purpose in daily life and waking up to the truth that our heaven is right here on Earth.

“Ho to Get to Heaven (Without Really Dying)” is published by Llewellyn Worldwide, a leader in New Age publishing titles that inform, educate and inspire readers. Llewellyn is committed to providing books and tools for exploring new worlds of mind and spirit, thereby aiding in the quests for expanded human potential and spiritual consciousness.


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