"..ashes to ashes, dust to dust . . ."
Life is just a sexually transmitted disease with a lethal ending. Sooner or later we need to leave our body. Life and death are just dualities and they must be already merged in your mind. Death is always following us, and if we stop along our "way", it will begin to attack us with disease. Our personality will be transformed by death.
Death is an illusion. Death is actually an interval between two states or planes of consciousness. Matter is neither created nor destroyed; it only changes form. Death is therefore a Change or transformation, which is essential for the renewal of energy (the life force) and spiritual growth, a process similar to a caterpillar metamorphosing into a butterfly. Attachment to the material form (the Physical body) causes fear of death. There is much superstition, fear and ignorance among people with regard to the nature of death. We need to remove the Ignorance that makes us fear death.
Life is a gift given to us by the Universe. People experiencing the vicissitudes and hardships of life often complain that it was not their wish to be born, implying that it was not their wish to live or to be here in this physical world, and yet, in this they contradict themselves by expressing a fear of death, saying that they do not wish to die-implying that they wish to live.
We are most conspicuously attached to our bodies. We can sense life through our bodies. The identification of the Self with the physical form misleads one into thinking that the dissolution of the physical body results in the annihilation of the Self. We relish physical comforts and the pleasures of the senses. But if we consider this attachment, we will see that it is a potential source of suffering. This is because the body is constantly changing. We wish we could remain alive forever, but moment after moment the body is passing from youth to old age, from life to death. We may be happy when we are young and strong, but, when we contemplate sickness, old age and the ever present threat of death, anxiety overwhelms us. Thus, we seek to elude the inevitable by evading the thought of it. Lust for life and fear of death are forms of attachment.
We are attached not only to our bodies but also to our possessions. We continually weave a close-knit web around our clothes, our car, our house and our wealth. We are loath to part with these things and always try to accumulate more of them. We are also attached to memories of the past or anticipation of the future.
The aim of "Master Solution: Life" is to root out each and every point of attachment until there is not even a speck of dust left for the mind to grasp. This means that not only coarse forms of attachment such as passions and desires must uprooted, but also the more subtle threads of intellectual attachment such as convictions.
Religious doctrines and materialistic educational systems have inadvertently encouraged man's negative attitude towards death. They paint horrible conditions of the after-death state, ranging from eternal punishment and torture far worse than the cruelties and atrocities of the Inquisition, to the materialistic view of nihilism and annihilation. Religion and the academic institutions offer no real comfort or solace to those whose loved ones have faced the great change.
Christianity throughout the ages has seen death as something loathsome and gruesome; something dreadful, and something which it is preferable to avoid at all cost-that is, if a choice were given-but, as there is no option, we are forced to succumb because of our lack of power over it. Anticipating the termination of life at an unexpected moment and the possible prospect of annihilation of self-identity, humanity views death as a state or condition to be feared. This fear is sustained when, all around, most of the dying are seen to seemingly suffer in anguish and in agony at the hands of death. The fear of death is actually man's fear of the unknown, and it indicates man's bondage to his ignorance which ultimately develops into superstition. Because of the underlying fear, man laboriously attempts to postpone death through medicine and other means; medical science has, however, not yet found a way to prolong life indefinitely-or to ease one's fears, to offer solace, or to answer profound questions regarding this ancient mystery. Knowing the true nature of death releases man from his bondage to his fears and from his varied superstitions pertaining to it.
Philosophically speaking, this is the state of duality, and unless man perceives the One Reality underlying the dualistic worlds, as well as his true nature, he lives in fear and in a state of slavery. Mystics call this "dying while living" and advanced mystics have reached a state where they may predetermine and trigger the time and process of their physical and mystical deaths.
To understand our relationship with death we need to check it by means of a certain test. The sufi masters (dervishes) thought that they were already dead, as do we: we can look at the world as though we are already dead. It will substantially increase our enjoyment of life, of every breath and of the sun's light.
The fear of death has a lot of branches, such as the fear of being helpless in old age or of having a large amount of sex in order to have more children, so saving your body from death.
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I have been turning my patients on to you and we are all grateful and frankly blown away by the elegant solutions presented here. I was unaware of SCM processors until now and wonder why. These concepts interface seamlessly with my Taoist perspective and what ever else these ideas floating through me are called. I appreciate your identity not being obvious.
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I am noticing improvements in myself too, in my confidence, self-wort. Also improvements in my ability to be creative. I'm much more relaxed and less and less doubting. I'm slowly beginning to develop myself.