101 Things to Do Before You Die

101 Things to Do Before You Die

Do you find reports of death, such as those I’ve plucked out of the survey, life-affirming or gloomy? Do you find the paranormal more closely aligned with life or death?

Certainly, if the internet and my survey are any guide, when people think of the paranormal, ghosts are the first phenomena that spring to mind.

So, is psi life-affirming or distressing for you?

If you have found the recent newsletter theme of death more of the latter than the former you might be interested in the attached ebook, 101 Things to Do Before You Die.

I find paranormal experiences reassuring and if there is one thing I’d like to do before I die it is to learn the art of remote viewing.

Check out Celestine Chua’s ebook. What paranormal experience would you add to her list of things to do before we move from this mortal coil?

Is death so final?

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  • Jen May 1, 2012, 9:16 am

    Just wanted to say thanks to you Rosemary. After reading this particular Blog entry of yours, I set about writing up a Bucket list. It took me a week (Celestine Chua says you should not stop until you reach at least 101, but I couldn’t do it that way), but I now have 102 things to do. I am pleased to say that I have already accomplished one of them (finding a friend from primary school) and have started on three others. Nice to have a little bit of personal direction in my life.
    So anyway… Thanks. 🙂

    • Rosemary Breen May 1, 2012, 12:26 pm

      That is so wonderful Jen.

      I thought the ideas was an inspiring one. Glad you did too.

      And you know, I could probably write a bucket list for most aspects of my life – mother, partner, daughter, businesswoman …

      Maybe Ill just start with a list of bucket lists and then go form there 🙂

      Ciao

      Rosemary
      Cheers

      Rosemary

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