Publisher (India): Jaico Publishing House
Rights: World rights available (excluding Indian subcontinent)
The Laws of the Spirit World is an examination of how a human being can progress spiritually through the correct understanding and application of spiritual laws.
Bhavnagri was guided to write this book after her two sons, Vispi and Ratoo, were killed in a fatal car crash on February 22, 1980. A month after her sons’ passing, the author received messages from her boys asking her to communicate with them through a process known as automatic writing. The author further states that her sons were trying to guide her to her mission on Earth, which was to help others by spreading spiritual knowledge. Through telepathy and automatic writing, Bhavnagri put together the contents of The Laws of the Spirit World.
According to The Laws of the Spirit World, there are seven realms of existence in the spirit world and after death a soul automatically knows which realm to go to. The text examines questions such as what is a good deed. How does a person pay off their karma on Earth? Why do some prayers go unanswered? Who is the real you?
The Laws of the Spirit World will cause readers to rethink their position on concepts such as do angels exist, God, what happens to them when they die, positive thinking, who is a good person, the purpose of life and their mission on Earth and whether for a few years of temporary happiness on Earth, do they want to be on the lower Realms in the spirit world for hundreds of years? The book reminds us of the connectedness between daily life on Earth and daily life in the spirit world: that we need to co-operate with our loved ones in the spirit world who are trying so hard to help us evolve into humbler, more compassionate souls so that when we die, we can experience death as the beautiful transition it truly is. Self-transformation is the key.
This is not a book by an enlightened master who is spreading knowledge; it is about how knowledge reassured a simple housewife that enlightenment was possible.