spirit world

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Noun1.spirit world - any imaginary place where spiritual beings (demons or fairies or angels or the like) abide; "science has emptied the spirit world of its former inhabitants"
fictitious place, imaginary place, mythical place - a place that exists only in imagination; a place said to exist in fictional or religious writings
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Michael Newton, Ph.D., an American hypnotherapist, in his two best-selling books, 'Journey of the Soul' (1994) and 'Destiny of the Soul' (2001) gave very detailed information on what happens when we die, 'who meets us, where we go, and what we do as souls in the spirit world before choosing our next body for reincarnation.'
His experimental short film takes us on a journey through the spirit world. It is a meditation on Ho-Chunk traditions, of revival and Sacred History, inspired by the Xawiska.
Sir Billy Connolly feels he's being stripped of his talents ahead of another adventure "in the spirit world".
Despite his fans across the globe, Derek Acorah's claim to be able to communicate with the spirit world has drawn much criticism.
But he discovers that he is not just lost; he has disappeared from his own world, into the spirit world.
From why spirits remain earthbound and where they tend to gravitate to spirit attachments and techniques used to clear spirit energies, Toward the Light is all about release methods and different approaches to viewing and dealing with the spirit world.
Based on the ancient Japanese tradition of recounting phantom tales from the spirit world, The Game of 100 Ghosts memorializes the poet's lost loved ones.
3TO SEE 3TO SEE BEETLEJUICE Sunday, C5 7.15PM The spirit world played for startling laughs in Tim Burton's 'bioexorcist' romp with his manic Batman star Michael Keaton (right), who's currently earning rave reviews for his new film Birdman.
"The hope is to make contact with the spirit world, including, perhaps, the spirit of Bernard Higgins, who was responsible for such a murderous act on the very same spot."
In this novel-in-verse, sixteen-year-old troubled loner Jeremy Stone is a First Nations teenager whose ties to the spirit world guide him through his real-world hostile academic environment and broken home.
SPIRIT WALKING: A COURSE IN SHAMANIC POWER comes from a practitioner who tells how we can connect with the spirit world to heal.
When he and Elizabeth discover a portal into the spirit world, they cannot resist the allure of finding a way to raise the dead.