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Robert Kopecky



Robert Kopecky is an American author, speaker, essayist, and artist who explores and teaches about the spiritual lessons he learned from surviving three separate near-death experiences, including meditation, service, compassion, and kindness.

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The Three Musketeers: Kindness, Tolerance and Acceptance

Kindness, tolerance, and acceptance are kind of like the Three Musketeers of spiritual protection.

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Positive Energy TV Interviews Robert Kopecky, Author & Near Death Survivor

What is the nature of the Near Death Experience and what can we learn from them? Michele Granberg, host of Positive Energy on Princeton Television, interviews Robert Kopecky, author of "How to Survive Life & Death." Robert survived three near-death experiences.

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How to Survive Life (and Death): A Guide for Happiness in This World and Beyond

When you nearly die three times, you learn a thing or two about how to live . . .

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Synchronicity Is Not Just a Coincidence

A lot of people have an idea of what the term “synchronicity” means in popular use, but in a lot of cases, they confuse it with the simple fact that sometimes, all of us experience extraordinary, timely coincidences. Accidents that seem as though they were by design.

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Meditation & Spirituality

On Wednesdays we will be focusing on Meditation. We will explore different types of meditations, share our meditation practices, discuss benefits of meditation, discuss meditation books, and help each other cultivate and strengthen our own meditation practices.

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Mind Hydrology: Joyfully Redirecting the Course of Your Thoughts

"Like certain timeless wisdom, there’s a sutra right at the very beginning of The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali—that wonderful collection of wisdom from Hindu philosophy—that defines my ongoing mental struggles so simply, I can actually find it a little aggravating." - Robert Kopecky

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Sitting in the Wilderness: How the Buddha and Christ Overcame Their Obstacles in Meditation

When we’re sitting outside in a beautiful place surrounded by greenery with a delicious soundtrack provided by singing birds, and perhaps the sound of rustling leaves and moving water, it’s a whole lot easier to experience sensations of transcendent unity, isn’t it?

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How to Get to Heaven (Without Really Dying): Wisdom from a Near Death Survivor

After living through three very different near-death experiences, Robert Kopecky discovered a remarkable fact about life and death: You don't have to die to go to Heaven. This book shows how to engage with a paradise that is always present in your life.

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Experiencing Life and Death Across Generations

How personal experiences of life and death can be devalued if operating with self-centered priorities.

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The Power of Love: A Universal Current of Compassion

Love is the current of compassion running through life.

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