Such a powerful sharing - thanks Denise :wink:

Yes indeed, death is nothing to be feared. In fact in my direct knowing, it is quite the opposite: an absolutely unbelievable expansion that it is hard to grasp in the mind. As we shake off the density of this physical realm, assuming we can do so without fear, then the liberation is beyond words.

As you quite rightly point out, society does everything it can to cause us to sweep the concept under the carpet. In many ways it 'sanitises' death, removes us from the true experience and in so doing, creates more fear. I'd say this is why the Dalai Lama invites people to 'meditate' on death frequently. Because when we loose our fear of death - which is simply a transition into another form of existence - then we loose our fear of living too.

A person with such a liberated soul, is capable of profound and immeasurable experience. It's what it truly means to be 'human'. It's the divine gift humanity has lost. But the opportunity for us to rediscover it again is now being presented all around.

I spoke about this last night to a group of evolving people at a seminar in Southern England. I asked them what they felt about it? Of course there were fears, but to my heart felt joy, the consensus was also one of immense excitement. We're getting the chance to break down the status quo that is relentlessly destroying the planet and dehumanising people. We're getting the chance to rediscover who we truly are.

The general agreement was that we are truly blessed to be alive in these times of profound change.

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