Death Fear Becomes Fear of Life

“Our greatest fear is that when we die, we will become nothing. Many of us believe our entire existence is limited to a particular period, our “lifespan.” We believe it begins when we are born—when, out of being nothing, we become something—and it ends when we die and become nothing again. So we are filled…

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Rise Above the Material Now, Before Death

“The gloom and depression of the Lesser Mysteries represented the agony of the spiritual soul unable to express itself because it has accepted the limitations and illusions of the human environment. The crux of the Eleusinian argument was that man is neither better nor wiser after death than during life. If he does not rise…

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Fear of Death and the Afterlife

“The first part of looking at our fear is just inviting it into our awareness without judgment. We just acknowledge gently that it is there. This brings a lot of relief already. Then, once our fear has calmed down, we can embrace it tenderly and look deeply into its roots, its sources. Understanding the origins…

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Spirit of Wisdom Reveals Itself to the Soul

“O spirit of Solomon that hovers in the ethereal realm; … which rejects those still imprisoned in bodies. “You know there is a meaning in this life which death does not conceal. But how could humanity attain a knowledge which comes only when the soul is freed from earthly ties? “You realize now that life…

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