One of the most consequential lies in our space is our belief in death. It becomes a source of fear as if everything will become nothing as soon as we separate from our physical bodies. The fact is that one cannot believe in life and death at the same time. Life is eternal. It did not start and it will not stop. We are beings and will never stop being. The only way to describe death correctly is to say it is the end of the ego. The end of the one we are pretending to be. The one we are experiencing to be. But it is by no means the end of us the being, the creator.
One of the side effects of separating from one’s physical body is that one becomes invisible to the physical eye, thus everyone acts as if the person who has passed is not there.
With the end of the year approaching, it is a good time to take a few minutes to close our eyes and bring our attention inwards, and from there say hello to those who passed away during 2020. Say hello to them not as the person they were experiencing to be but rather as eternal spirits, as beings who will never cease being.
“Life is eternal, and love is immortal, and death is only a horizon, and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight.”
Rossiter W. Raymond
1840 – 1918