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How I wish to die?

Discussion in 'Opinions, Beliefs, & Points of View' started by Lara_C, Nov 19, 2017.

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  1. HumanExMachina

    HumanExMachina Pizza Spaceman Forum Pro SF Artist SF Supporter

    I can relate to both of those in large part, but I definitely want some people to be around so they can efficiently dispose of my carcass in a timely fashion. Going like Sol in Soylent Green wouldn't be too bad. Except, hey, unlike Sol's, my death won't be happening in 1974, so there damn well be some better graphics and CGI, or I'll sue via a Ouija Board with a ghost attorney.
     
  2. Lara_C

    Lara_C SF Supporter

    Its something I've been thinking about. I thought 'peace' would be the main reply, but am surprised 'love' or 'happy' hasn't been mentioned except by @Aquarius123
     
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  3. Aquarius123

    Aquarius123 Well-Known Member

    The essence of a teaching from the White Eagle group of spirit guides that appeared in ‘The Way to the Age of Spirit – The Lightbringer’: ‘We are telling you that there really is no death. When you have passed what in the early stages of your earthly education appears to be a great barrier, you will be able to confirm this. At first you will probably think to yourself: ‘Am I dead? I did not feel anything and I haven’t changed one bit.’ There really is no difference because all you have done is leave your physical body behind. You took it off like a garment that has outlived its usefulness, do you are no longer interested in it. That is all physical death means because you are an eternal being of light and the way you are today you will be tomorrow. The more you consciously create yourself and build atoms of light into your whole being, the more you will be able to enjoy the fruits the Great Father/Mother has prepared for you to discover on the higher and highest levels of life.’

     
  4. Lara_C

    Lara_C SF Supporter

    It's not just our physical bodies we're attached to though, but all the things and people connected with them as well. Dying means leaving everything behind and that's hard to accept/be at peace with, even if we do believe that we ourselves will go on in some way. We could also regret some things about the way we've lived our lives, which also would make it hard to die in peace.
     
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  5. Aquarius123

    Aquarius123 Well-Known Member

    Wide awake with a smile, going on and on, just like the song says:

    Going Home

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    Going home, going home.
    We’re all going home.
    Quiet like, some still day,
    That’s how everybody goes home
    Into the spirit world.

    It’s not far, just close by,
    Through an open door.
    Work all done, cares laid by,
    Pain and fear no more.

    Mother’s there, expecting us,
    Father’s waiting too.
    Angels and helpers gathered
    With the friends we know.

    Morning Star lights the way,
    Earth-bound sorrows done.
    Shadows gone, break of day,
    Real life’s just begun.

    There’s no break, there’s no end ,
    Just a moving on.
    Wide awake, with a smile,
    Going on and on.

    I’m just going home!
    And although I’ve gone before you,
    I did not do so alone and neither will you,
    When your time for following me has come.
    God and the Angels are always with us
    And wherever our road may still have to take us,
    We shall be safe, for they never leave us.
    Life in all Eternity rests in the loving embrace
    Of the Great Father/Mother of all life.

    William Arms Fisher
    Edited by Aquarius
    Sung to the well known tune from
    Dvorak’s ‘New World Symphony’

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  6. may71

    may71 Well-Known Member

    Mistakes are inevitable in life. We also don't know how things might have turned out differently. Life has a lot of twists and turns.

    Regrets can sometimes be helpful. They can motivate us to try to fix problems of the past
     
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  7. may71

    may71 Well-Known Member

    I guess when I die, I would like to have done the best I could to make the best out of life
     
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  8. Lara_C

    Lara_C SF Supporter

    I think that's the point I wanted to make.
     
  9. Aquarius123

    Aquarius123 Well-Known Member


    ‘I sometimes react to making a mistake as if I had betrayed myself. My fear of making a mistake seems to be based on the hidden assumption that I am potentially perfect and that if I can just be very careful I will not fall from heaven. But a 'mistake' is a declaration of the way I am, a jolt to the way I intend, a reminder I am not dealing with the facts. When I have listened to my mistakes I have grown.’ Hugh Prather

    The very nature of our earthly education is that we do not always know in advance what is expected from us and therefore what the right thing to do is. Yet, this principle applies at all times, but most of all whenever we are ready to venture forth into new experiences. Whilst in physicality all of us are spiritually the equivalent of young children at school and therefore are bound to make mistakes. There is nothing wrong with that! Indeed, they are good for us and we are meant to make them, so there really is no need to become unduly upset over any kind of error of the past or present. For one thing, they teach our earthly self humility and that is a quality that is greatly needed by all of us. And for another, as long as we glean something valuable from any experience, we are progressing and growing, and our spirit and soul have every reason to rejoice.

    From The Value Of Making Mistakes

    With love – Aquarius

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  10. afterlifepig

    afterlifepig Well-Known Member

    with an adrenaline rush and shock probably
     
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  11. bhawk

    bhawk Well-Known Member

    I suppose I'm different, I want to be aware I'm dying, I want it to be pain free and calm, listening to some nice calming music with family around me, but I want to be aware. It's a experience you only get once and I'm curious as to what it feels like as your brain shuts down
     
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  12. Aquarius123

    Aquarius123 Well-Known Member

    I believe that most of us have been through the experience of physical death many times before. But the memories of it are buried so deep in our soul memories that we have no conscious access to it. Being aware that it's only my physical body that's dying and that the essence of my being, my spirit and soul are moving on into a world of light, I hope that this time round passing into it will be different. As mentioned before: wide awake, with a smile, going on and on . . .
     
  13. MarkahMalady

    MarkahMalady Well-Known Member

    Honestly I wouldn't mind if there was quite a bit of pain, if it was for the last time. I really always liked the idea of starving to death or of death by nuclear fallout.
     
  14. Aquarius123

    Aquarius123 Well-Known Member

    Masochists of our world unite! But please don't count me as one of them. :)
     
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  15. Aquarius123

    Aquarius123 Well-Known Member

    Because everybody is aware of their true nature as spirit and soul in the world of light, I believe that's the kind of state of consciousness that awaits us each time we get there. With love - Aquarius :)
     
  16. HumanExMachina

    HumanExMachina Pizza Spaceman Forum Pro SF Artist SF Supporter

    I want to go being taken care of by kind, beautiful, soft speaking nurses, who will continue spiking the morphine in my drip, until I'm gone:)
     
  17. nobodyknows71

    nobodyknows71 Forum Pro SF Supporter

    Just quickly
     
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