It’s strange that they fear death. Life hurts a lot more than death. At the point of death, the pain is over.
Okay. Let’s hear from all of you. How many of you fear death? I subscribe to SOME of what Jim Morrison is saying here, specifically the last sentence:
At the point of death, the pain is over.
I certainly understand his point that life hurts more than death. I don’t necessarily agree with it however. Life is what we make of it. If you’re angry all the time, if you’re depressed all the time, if you spend your life as a victim, then yes, life CAN hurt more than death. I don’t live my life that way so I see life as joyful, as a gift.
I certainly don’t fear death. I may not want to die, but not wanting something and fearing it are two totally different things. I believe when die/transition, the physical pain IS over, however after reading Journey of Souls, I’m convinced even more that our spiritual selves endure and because a part of us continues to live on, we will all experience spiritual pain. I don’t believe Jim Morrison was taking spiritual pain into account when he referred to the pain being over.
Spiritual pain is the motivation we need to return to the physical. When we realize there are things left undone in our last incarnation and when those events begin weighing us down, putting pressure on us to make them right, we may feel a gravitational force pulling us in the direction of a new incarnation.
Spiritual pain is perpetual.
Physical pain is transient.
Spiritual pain can hurt more than physical pain however, as it is the master motivator. And anything that motivates change can result in any number of hurts. Change wouldn’t be change if it didn’t cause a bit of pain.
Death is simply one of those changes that hurts. It doesn’t hurt the one who has transitioned. It only hurts those left behind. What if you knew however, that everyone who was important to you in your incarnation would be with you again in transition? I beg you all to read Journey of Souls. If you do, I sincerely believe you will come away with a new respect for death. You will no longer fear it. You may not welcome it as I don’t welcome it, but when the time comes for your latest incarnation to transition, you will no longer be afraid.
So what IS the point of death?
It’s a transition.
It’s a time to reflect on your last incarnation.
It’s a time to rest.
Death is not something to fear.
The adage that we die alone?
That’s a myth.
The moment we transition there are those right beside us. Our guides help us to our soul groups. Our soul groups are with us in life and in death. The people closest to you during your incarnations? Your best friend? Some in your incarnated family? The people you have a strong psychic connection too? These are your soul group. They will ALWAYS be with you. Maybe playing different roles in each incarnation. Your best friend in this lifetime may have been your brother or your sister in a previous life. The point is that everyone important in your life has always been in your life and will always be a part of your life. The only reason to fear death is the loss of loved ones; but if we are always together even in death then why fear losing our friends, our mates, our families.
There is no death
There is nothing to fear.
Everyone who plays a significant role in our lives,
Everyone who is important to us,
Everyone we love and who loves us back
will be in our lives and in our death through eternity.
Think about it. Why would someone who is SO important to us, such a huge part of the fabric of our lives be torn away from us for eternity? If they are that important to our wellbeing, doesn’t it just make sense that we’d see them again after we transition? And if we see them in transition, doesn’t it also stand to reason that we’d incarnate with them again?
There is no death.
There is nothing to fear.
Be Happy! Be Well! Be Positive!
Blessings to you.