Although you have usually seen the funeral of dead people, but have you ever seen or heard the funeral of living people. Where people do something to improve their lives. This is a process that goes on till death. So far, many ways have been devised to improve life. If someone believes that regular yoga improves life, then someone seems to take classes of Art of Living to improve life. Another method has also been included in the same methods.
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However, when we tell you about this method, you too will be forced to think to what extent a person can go to get something. According to the information received, people of South Korea are seen tasting death these days to understand life better and improve it. This way, which better explains life, is named 'Living Funeral'. It has been said that during the 'Living Funeral' process, the person keeps the shroud lying in the coffin for ten minutes and before that all the rituals are performed after the actual death of a person.
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In the last seven years in South Korea, about 25,000 people have gone through the funeral process while being alive. If experts believe that they say 'Living Funeral' was started by the Hyowon Healing Company in the year 2012. The company claims that people voluntarily visit them. He hopes that he will be able to improve his life by realizing death before the end of life. The same 75-year-old Cho Jae-hee recently experienced 'Living Funeral' at the 'Dying Well' program at the Hyowon Healing Center.
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They say about it that once you feel the death, then you become aware of it. Then you get a new perspective in life. According to the information received, he realized that often he sees others as his rivals, but after entering the coffin, he was informed that all these things are of no importance. Apart from this, Cho told that he realized that he was starting his own business after graduation instead of going into a job.
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