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Old 23-09-2015, 07:40 PM
White Transmigration White Transmigration is offline
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Perception of Death

I think Death is a friend and a transformation for reincarnation to the other side after your chance in the physical side expires. Most people view it as an enemy, taboo and evil. It is inevitable and clearly a part of life and the cycle of life nature.

Death doesn't judge, nor hate, discriminate others. It helps you to transform and move to the next step of life. Every being is equal.
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Old 06-10-2015, 02:38 PM
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Death can also be your friend. Without it you would be doomed to continue an existence in this place. When my time comes I will welcome death.
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Old 25-03-2016, 05:39 AM
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I think Death is a friend and a transformation for reincarnation to the other side after your chance in the physical side expires.

I agree very much with this...

I do not fear death at all...and I view the concept of death as a "friend" of sorts...granted I am smart enough to avoid situations which may cause sudden death, it is human nature and instinct to want to survive, but at the same time I do not fear death...

I am very much aware we are not promised tomorrow...and I completely accept it...because I feel my soul will transcend the physical and will be reunited instantaneously with my soul connections...it is ironic though, because I believe in death we experience instant soul reunions, but in the physical we must go through the grieving process and wait for that experience to occur to us...
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Old 25-03-2016, 03:36 PM
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There is no death only eternal life.why fear what you cant control it will come to us all.

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Old 06-04-2016, 06:50 PM
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Death... Within the Eternal Now, there exists a function where the "immediately" present must transform and evolve into yet another. Reality is animated only in this manner.

Man exists temporally, having "linear" expression. But this linearity is only one aspect of a more complex kairos beyond the physically finite. Like the ouroboros constantly consuming its tail, Alpha pours forth Omega, and from this expression a new Alpha must again emerge - in one sense "consistent" and in another sense, "rearranged".

Reality presents itself not as a fluid transformation from one state to another, but rather by various energies that pool and collect, that build into structures of intention. This collective can also be described as one "quanta", and only after a new quanta has been enabled to "hold together", can it then be said to have "attained" a higher state of energy - one that demands its own expression within the Eternal Now, of which being physical is merely one aspect of its reality.

From this higher state of energy, an organism can then emit its own influence upon the rest of its surrounding reality. In such cases, the holistic continuity remains both consistent and rearranged, sharing both its own "immediacy" and all others that surround it, historically ... presently ... and eventually...

I consider this phenomenon as a necessary movement between the entropy of one's soul and its vehicle. Death occurs in each microsecond of every organism, but this only means that energy transforms ever onward.
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Old 06-04-2016, 07:04 PM
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I think Death is a friend and a transformation for reincarnation to the other side after your chance in the physical side expires. Most people view it as an enemy, taboo and evil. It is inevitable and clearly a part of life and the cycle of life nature.

Death doesn't judge, nor hate, discriminate others. It helps you to transform and move to the next step of life. Every being is equal.
Death is the door back to where we came from and is a gift from God. Without it life would have been a trap, a prison cell without exit. It is part of God guarantee that we will join him. But this time with the initial wisdom that intities us for what he has in store for us. So how we choose to live determines the outcome.
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Old 06-04-2016, 08:21 PM
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"A man's spiritual comprehension being clouded by the illusions of self, he says, "I was born on such a day, so many years ago, and shall die at my allotted time." But he was not born, neither will he die, for how can that which is immortal, which eternally is, be subject to birth and death? Let a man throw off his illusions, and then he will see that birth and death of the body are the mere incidents of a journey, and not its beginning and end." ~ James Allen
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Old 06-04-2016, 11:31 PM
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"But he was not born, neither will he die, for how can that which is immortal, which eternally is, be subject to birth and death?" ~ James Allen

This is precisely why I do not fear death...In another thread, I wrote the following:

"From my perspective, I am experiencing immortality right now...meaning I am a soul incarnated in a physical body experiencing life in the physical, and will continue to exist in some form when my physical body dies...So I do not need to "wait" or look for immortality because I am experiencing it right now..."
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Old 06-04-2016, 11:56 PM
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For a long time I was very afraid of death, and did not even want to think about it. But five years ago I 'awakened' and since then the fear is completely gone. I see things clearly now about this.
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Old 08-04-2016, 11:28 PM
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The belief in an afterlife, reincarnation, or heaven, is still clinging to life. That's not death. That's an extension to your life. Your just moving to a new home or new world. To me death is final, the end, there is no coming back.

It would be easy for anyone to say i'm not afraid of death while clinging to the belief of an afterlife.

I personally don't want to die at this point of my life. Maybe if i were bored with my life, or things were really that bad, or if i were old, but this is not the case. Right now i am having fun. I enjoy living. There is still so much for me to learn and explore. I feel young, alive, full of energy and passion. Why welcome death when there is still so much to live for? When there is still so much potential for me to grow.
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