LIFE

"..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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MASTER SOLUTION: LIFE

Beginning of instructions

These instructions are for you, OUR subconscious.

These instructions are for implementing the "Life" procedure. From this moment on, please disregard all previous instructions with regard to the "Life" procedure and earlier modifications to this procedure, and to only use this version of the instructions. If there is currently any material being processed according to an older procedure, please change to processing according to the new procedure from this moment on.

When the processing mechanism is activated, as described in these instructions, and the special key phrase ("Life START") is uttered, you will immediately begin to carry out the work. You will do so completely autonomously and automatically, in accordance with the following procedure:

First, you will eliminate any kind of resistance to the processing of the material described below, any lack of faith or doubt concerning the possible results of the processing, or any obstacles to it which may be found in the closed areas of the memory, as well as any kind of fear with regard to this processing. You will process all resistance, lack of faith, doubt and fear using the "Execute It" processor, and you will put Reiki energy into the place where the processed material is located.

Next you will carry out the processing of all the material WE possess, regardless of whether we understand this material or not. In the event of OUR reluctance to process some kind of material, in the event of our blocking it in a closed area of the memory, or in the case of resistance to any kind of work on this material, you will process every form of resistance, reluctance or blockage using the "Execute It" procedure.

For the purposes of these instructions, "material" means:

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives), in which:

    2. For the purposes of these instructions, 'material' may mean any of the following:

    -OUR childhood fears were connected in one way or another with our fear of death.

    -WE have experienced fears with regard to the following:

    aiggresson

    illness

    darkness

    fairy-tale characters

    animals

    Rhymes

    Fire

    War

    -Most of all WE are afraid of anything which put our life in danger.

    - WE have made an important discovery that everything has a beginning and an end.

    -WE have begun to understand that people die, and that this can happen to US and to OUR parents.

    - WE feared the loss of our parents more than our own death.

    -WE found OURSELVES faced with the questions: How long did my grandfather or grandmother live? Why do people live? Why did my grandfather die? Where did everything come from? What can be done to avoid growing old?

    -WE were afraid of bad dreams and of dying in OUR sleep.

    -We did not understand death.

    -WE believed that everything WE saw around us was animate and permanent.

    -WE developed the capacity for abstract thought.

    -OUR cognitive activity increased.

    -WE began to understand concepts such as time and space.

    -WE understood that any life, including OUR own, has a beginning and an end.

    -Having made this discovery, WE have suffered and worried over OUR future and that of those closest to US, as well as fearing OUR impending death.

    -WE must endure and be conscious of this fear as a part of our experience of life and reshape our consciousness.

    OUR fear of death has not been processed

    -WE have been tormented by this fear of death which has affected our will and our emotions and interfered with our social interaction.

    -OUR fear of death has helped strengthen many other fears.

    -Without realizing, OUR parents and relations have harmed US with their behavior, words and actions.

    -Those closest to US have not helped US to cope with the growing fear of death.

    -Those closest to US have aroused fears in US.

    -WE have aroused fears in Someone Else.

    -Those closest to us have offloaded the burden of their unsolved problems onto our shoulders and have made US anxious

    -OUR fear of death has become chronic

    -OUR friends, relations and other adults have laughed at or made fun of OUR fears

    -We have laughed at or made fun of the fears of Someone Else.

    - OUR friends, relations and other adults have blamed, scorned and punished US because of OUR fears

    -We have blamed, scorned or punished Someone Else because of their fears

    - OUR friends, relations and other adults have ignored or not noticed OUR fears.

    -WE have ignored or not noticed the fears of Someone Else, "Do not be afraid of this or that: we are not afraid of it, and you must be brave".

    -OUR friends, relations and other adults have explained to US that a close relation has died from some kind of illness.

    -WE have agreed that someone close to us has died from some kind of illness.

    -OUR friends, relations and other adults have talked constantly about illness, someone's death, or anything which could upset US.

    -WE believed / knew / agreed that something could happen to US, or to friends and relations, which could upset US.

    -We understood / resolved that there is sickness and death all around US.

    -We have grown up / lived with the idea that something will definitely happen to US.

    - OUR friends and relations and other adults have suggested to US that we could contract some kind of illness and die.

    -WE believed / agreed that WE could contract some kind of illness and die.

    -We thought, imagined or said that WE could contract some kind of illness and die.

    - OUR friends and relations and other adults have isolated us from the world around, watched over US and limited OUR independence.

    - OUR friends and relations and other adults have allowed US to watch everything all together.

    - OUR friends and relations and other adults have taken US to funerals before WE became adults.

    -Because of our parents' strictness, WE were afraid to admit to our fears and anxieties.

    -WE associated the words "death" and "illness" with each other and began to worry when OUR parents became ill.

    -We imitated OUR parents and became "infected" with the concerns of adults.

    -WE agreed to be infected with the concerns of adults

    -WE had nightmares.

    -OUR nightmares symbolised protection from impending death and the instinctive aversion towards it.

    -On falling asleep we lost our self-awareness, which was a similar state to death, but temporary.

    -Before going to sleep we were plagued by fears of death.

    -WE were afraid of darkness, loneliness and confined spaces.

    -WE felt that WE could dissolve into the darkness and the gloom or disappear without trace.

    -Images which WE found threatening, suddenly appeared from out of the darkness.

    -Darkness, loneliness and confined spaces frightened US.

    -WE were frightened by the darkness, loneliness and confined spaces.

    We agreed to be afraid of darkness, loneliness and confined spaces

    -WE were heavily preoccupied with the subject of death.

    -OUR concerns with regard to death became all-pervading and have had a profound impact on OUR anxieties.

    -Death WAS a great mystery to US

    -For us, overcoming fears of helplessness and destruction was one of the main tasks of our development; gender problems were secondary and subordinate.

    -Awareness of OUR death and the methods WE have used to come to terms with death varied at different ages.

    -The strategies WE have adopted based on our rejection of death.

    -WE were heavily preoccupied with the question "where are people going?" when WE were children, and it has remained in the back of our minds throughout our whole life.

    -WE asked OURSELVES directly about life after death, fearing it, remaining ignorant of it and supplanting it, but were unable to rid ourselves of it entirely.

    -WE wanted to remain small because WE associated being grown up and being old with death.

    -Adults and parents avoided conversations with US about death. They steered away from this subject because they did not want to delve into OUR thoughts.

    -Adults and parents limited OUR awareness of death and the suffering which goes with it.

    -Adults and parents tried to mitigate OUR fears, suggesting some form of denial to us: an idiosyncratic system of denial or a socially sanctioned myth about immortality.

    -WE fed our irrational belief in our own exclusivity.

    -WE believed that limitations, growing old or death could affect others, but not US

    -On a more profound level, WE were convinced of our own personal invincibility and immortality.

    -Belief in our own exclusivity is a fundamental defence mechanism which we have constructed to protect US from the terror of death

    -On a more profound level, Someone Else was convinced of their own invincibility and immortality.

    -WE believed that children were not threatened by death.

    -WE believed that young people do not die; old people die, and old age is a very, very long way off.

    -WE calmed OUR fears, in the belief that death does not pose a threat to US at the moment, or, at least, it is not inevitable.

    -WE have sent death back into old age, which is an unimaginably long way off for a child.

    -WE admitted that death can be a consequence of an unfortunate incident, but only if WE are "very very" careless.

    -WE experienced a phase of personifying death.

    -Using OUR character and OUR will, WE formed an image of death: a ghost, the Grim Reaper with a scythe, a skeleton, a spirit or a shadow.

    -WE associated death with people who have died.

    -The personification of death calmed OUR fears.

    -While WE believed that death comes from some kind of external power or figure, WE were protected from the truth - that it does not come from outside and that we have carried death within OURSELVES from the very beginning of OUR life.

    -WE believed that death is a sentient being and that Death could possibly be influenced, outwitted or even defeated.

    -The fear of death, as represented in its anthropomorphic form, has remained with US, throughout our whole life.

    -WE have tried to mitigate our fear of death through the belief that WE are alive and have laughed at and mocked it.

    -WE brazenly confronted death before WE had built up adequate defences.

    -OUR parents ignored the subject of death and WE found other sources of information which were often not borne out by reality or were even more frightening or incredible than reality.

    -WE discovered death

    -WE applied this awareness to OURSELVES.

    -WE became aware that it is inevitable that life will come to an end.

    -WE applied this awareness to OURSELVES.

    -The inevitability that life will end was a cause of great anxiety for US.

    -WE rejected the inevitability and the finality of death.

    -WE accepted the inevitability and the finality of death.

    -WE invented myths about immortality or gladly adopted other people's myths.

    -Someone Else invented myths about immortality or gladly adopted other people's myths.

    -WE denied our own helplessness in the face of death by altering our inner reality.

    -WE accepted our helplessness in the face of death.

    -WE did not accept our helplessness in the face of death.

    -WE believed in OUR own exclusivity, omnipotence and invulnerability, as well as the existence of external personal strength or of a being which saves US from the fate which awaits everyone else.

    Throughout our whole life, WE have clung tenaciously to our childhood belief and were comforted by it.

    -Someone Else believed in their own exclusivity, omnipotence and invulnerability as well as the existence of external personal strength or of a being which saves US from the fate which awaits everyone else.

    -Denial mechanisms were incorporated into OUR lifestyle and OUR character structure.

    -Death was the primary source of OUR fears.

    -WE have always known / felt that OUR life is finite

    -WE have accepted that Our life is finite

    -We think that we calmly accept the fact that We will die at some time.

    -We would and would not have liked to know the date of Our physical death

    -We feared death and most of all anything that increases the risk of its coming closer

    -We feared

    flying on planes,

    travelling in cars and other forms of transport

    drowning

    being burned

    being poisoned by fumes

    being boiled in a container of hot water

    falling from a great height

    that something may attack us

    that We would be violently murdered

    that We would poison ourselves (We will be poisoned)

    WE were afraid of water;

    we were afraid of fire

    WE were afraid of being buried alive

    We were afraid that we would develop a terminal illness (cancer, AIDS, etc.)

    We took great care to keep our house (appartment) and car in good working order

    -If we suspected the slightest fault, We made every effort to repair it, as we were afraid of dying and therefore attempted to remove all risks

    -We did not do this because We cared about our home, but because we were afraid of dying as a result of some fault

    -We took care of Our health

    -Others took care of Our health

    -We took care of the health of Someone Else

    -If We discovered symptoms of an illness, We were overcome with despair

    - We diagnosed Ourselves with a fatal illness by identifying symptoms which we had read in some kind of literature, found on the Internet, been made aware of through the media or heard from other people

    -If Someone Else discovered symptoms of an illness in Us, they would be overcome with despair

    -If We discovered symptoms of an illness in Someone Else, We would be overcome with despair

    -We were afraid to go to the doctor as we were afraid that Our illness was incurable

    -We were afraid of developing an incurable illness because We were afraid of dying

    -We were not afraid of catching a cold because we understood that it is practically impossible to die from a cold.

    -In cold weather We would go out with a bare head and wearing light clothing.

    -If colds were fatal, We would take greater care over our wardrobe.

    -We were not afraid of merely becoming ill, but rather of developing a fatal disease.

    -We smoked even though we understood that this could lead to fatal diseases.

    - We only tried to give up smoking because it could lead to a fatal disease.

    -We were told that smoking causes death

    -WE said that smoking causes death

    -WE accepted that smoking is death

    -We did not know that smoking is death

    -If the only dangers of smoking were additional expense and an unpleasant smell, We would never consider giving it up

    -We drank alcohol and We understood that we would be more likely to become alcoholics and die of a fatal illness or an unfortunate incident than to have a good time with drunk people.

    - We only tried to give up drinking because it could lead to a fatal illness, accidental death or poisoning.

    -The additional expense and our unpleasant appearance due to alcohol consumption would not be sufficient to convince Us to give up drinking.

    -We used drugs.

    -We knew that drugs could lead to a fatal illness.

    -We could not give up drugs and this developed into an illness.

    -Sooner or later the drugs would kill us. We are afraid of this kind of death.

    -We never smoked or will never smoke because We are afraid of dying from a smoking-related illness

    -We never misused alcohol and will never misuse it because we are afraid of dying from an alcohol-related illness or from the consequences of alcohol misuse.

    -Someone Else never misused alcohol and will never misuse it because they are afraid of dying from an alcohol-related illness or from the consequences of alcohol misuse.

    -We never misused drugs and will never misuse them because we are afraid of dying from a drug-related illness or from the consequences of drug misuse.

    -We avoided casual sexual relationships because we were afraid of contracting HIV or Hepatitis.

    - Even with a permanent sexual partner We were afraid of infection

    -We were more afraid catching a fatal disease from our partner than we were of our partner's death.

    - We were faithful in our relationships out of fear of contracting a fatal disease through sex.

    -Because we were influenced by things we had read (or heard, or seen), from any source, about someone's terrible and horrifying death, We imagined what it would be like if We were in their place.

    -We showed compassion for this victim, at the same time rejoicing that We were not in their place, and hoping that nothing like that would happen to us

    -Our Pity for the dead person was a result of our fear of death.

    -If we were not afraid of death and had a calm and courageous attitude towards it, We would not have pitied people who died a violent or a natural death

    -We avoided doing things, having a relationship with someone and having intimate relations if We were exposed to risk and / or if we were afraid.

    -We imposed many restrictions on ourselves in order to minimise the risk of death

    -Someone Else imposed many restrictions on us in order to minimise the risk of death

    -We do not think about and experience fear of death all the time

    -We acted automatically, avoiding episodes where we believed our lives to be at risk

    -We have encountered death and have an impression of what it is like, but We do not want to meet it for as long as possible

    -We have not encountered death and do not want to meet it

    -We believed in immortality and in life after death, but We continued to be afraid of death

    -Belief in immortality diminished our fear of death but did not neutralise it.

    -Fear of death and the idea of death divided our life into phases: from the beginning of life's journey until its end

    -We calculated Our position on this journey according to allotted time scales: childhood, youth, maturity and old age

    -Our fear of death "dictated" to us that we did not succeed in something and / or would never succeed.

    -We were told that, as We are mortal, and as we have not been successful, then We will never be successful.

    - We agreed that We have not been successful and / or will never succeed

    -We tried to do some catching up, as Our time was running out

    -We were bitterly aware of the fact that Our time has run out

    -Someone Else told Us that Our time has run out / is running out

    -WE told Someone Else that their time has run out / is running out

    -WE did not agree that Our time has run out / is running out

    -We did not want to know / understand that Our time has run out / is running out

    -We did not want to know / understand that Someone Else's time has run out / is running out

    -Driven by our fear of death, we assumed the position of a loser who had never succeeded and would never succeed.

    -WE accepted the position of a loser who had never succeeded and would never succeed

    - Driven by the fear of death, we rushed our life, rushed to start and finish things, rushing at such a speed and so clumsily that we forgot about our own uniqueness, did not love Ourselves, did not care about Our spiritual equilibrium, and did not notice many of the things around us.

    -Our fear of death and the finite nature of Our life initiated mechanisms within Us for expectations, ambitions and achieving goals.

    -Driven by the fear of death, We felt it necessary to fill our life with the results expected of us, and therefore strove towards this.

    -If we did not achieve these results, our hopes were destroyed and we would be overcome with panic, depression, etc.

    -We acted for the sake of these results and were motivated by the fear of death.

    -We did not act for the sake for the actions themselves, but for the sake of the ultimate aims.

    -WE, either consciously or unconsciously, and not seeing any way to achieve results from any actions, believed that such actions were useless and not worth spending our time on, as our time is limited and We are afraid of losing it

    -Driven by the fear of death, we were afraid of loneliness.

    -We desperately needed to associate with those like us, as this is how We perpetuate our "I", exchanging energy with those around us.

    -We believed / thought / said that we carry on, live, and will live after our death in the minds of those with whom we have associated.

    - The fear of a lack of understanding from those around us, the fear of a lack of interest shown by those around Us, and the fear of losing our contact with others, give rise to the fear of loneliness, which is just one of Our masks for the fear of death.

    -We experience an acute fear of loneliness through our desire to have children, to find a companion for life and to have a large, healthy family

    -Children, family and a companion are features of Our continuation, but they only mask Our fear of death

    -Our attachment and love were a direct and logical result of our fear of loneliness

    -On meeting the person who is most like us in emotional and psychological terms (especially in situations where the search is long and difficult), we experienced strong feelings.

    -Our immense gratitude was easily transformed into affection or friendship (if the person is of the same sex as Us) or love (if the person is of the opposite sex).

    -Our fear and dread of remaining without a partner, family, friend or children, was with Us all the time, even when we had no reason to be lonely

    -We were afraid of fear.

    - We were haunted by the anticipation of the fear of loneliness, which was a fear in its own right, and We could not find a way out of this vicious circle.

    -The fear of loneliness gave rise to jealousy, suspicion, lack of trust, dissatisfaction with Ourselves, Our appearance, Our behaviour, etc.

    -By protecting ourselves from the fear of death, We were consciously or unconsciously attracted by sensuous pleasures and experiences.

    -Pleasure and enjoyment, which are not connected with Our body's physical requirements, easily masked the finite nature of our existence, brightened up our existence and were visible to Us and those around Us.

    -WE were consciously / unconsciously drawn towards unfortunate incidents, forces-majeures, or accidents because of our fear of death

    - WE experienced a choking sensation whilst asleep.

    -WE dreamed that WE were dead

    -Someone Else dreamed that WE were dead

    -WE imagined how WE would die, and what it would be like when WE died

    -WE thought about death constantly, which made us feel uncomfortable, as if OUR internal organs were being compressed

    -The fear of death gave US no respite and, because of it, we could not eat or sleep normally or go about our daily business.

    -WE claimed that we were not afraid of death but, at the same time, we were terrified by the thought of death.

    -WE were unable to admit that the fear of death was within US

    -WE asked ourselves what it would be like to die.

    -WE were interested in how different peoples and cultures viewed death

    -WE studied the following mythical beings: the Grim Reaper, Thanatos, the ancient Greek god of death, Hades, the god of the underworld, Seth, the Ancient Egyptian god of the underworld, Osiris, the judge of the underworld, Ptah, the god of death, and so on.

    -WE believed in life after death and that we would go to heaven, and we were afraid of going to hell.

    - WE read / believed / felt / said / agreed / were told that a person begins to life a genuine life, but consciously accepts the inevitability of death.

    - WE read / believed / felt / said / agreed / were told that by rejecting our resistance freely and with dignity, WE are given the opportunity to live in the real world.

    - WE read / believed / felt / said / agreed / were told that to overcome, rather than deny the fear of death, opens up the prospect of a meaningful, fulfilling life.

    -WE reject ourselves by trying to escape from reality

    - We are afraid of the unknown.

    -There is a large gulf between our situation now and what will happen to us in a minute's time; this gap is filled with uncertainty.

    -We are afraid of what lies in wait for Us.

    -Therefore We experience a craving for "confidence in tomorrow".

    - WE begin to yearn for certainty and then begin to talk about the necessity of a "strong hand".

    -Like a child, WE are afraid to leave our mother, just as we are afraid to lose something we love

    -WE are afraid of being evicted from the world where everything is familiar and normal.

    - We only know one thing with absolute certainty - that We will die one day.

    -We know nothing about Our fate, except the reliable fact of the end of Our earthly existence.

    -This absolute inevitability evokes the strongest feeling of fear within Us. It is so strong that we cannot get rid of it.

    -We prefer ignorance.

    -Because of our fear of death, We cannot even be saved by "profound" reasoning such as "when you exist, death is not there: when death is there, you are no longer".

    -The rejection of death and reasoning over it do not help us to overcome the fear of death, because at the very core of Our being is a wound / certainty that I will die.

    -WE believed / read / felt that death is terrible.

    -Death, for Us, is the worst enemy.

    -WE chose to believe that death is terrible and that death is Our worst enemy.

    -A terrible picture of our own death with all its inevitability suddenly appears, leaving Us in a state of shock.

    -Our fear of death primarily applies to our own death.

    -Death in the newspapers and on television has become normal to us.

    -WE decided to be ordinary and not to think about problems of life and death.

    -Of course, with our mind, we understand that we will die one day, but, at the same time...we do not know this.

    -More accurately, we do not want to know.

    -We avoid knowledge.

    -Conversations about death are not appropriate in our social circle.

    -We strive to hide death from children.

    -Death was kept hidden from Us during our childhood

    -The ritual of offering condolences, which we observed, was quite formal and resulted in communicating mere platitudes which displayed no inner solidarity.

    -We saw how a funeral wake, which began with polite conversation, eventually turned into a party

    -Death does not exist as we know it, but it has nothing to do with us.

    -For Someone Else, death does not exist as they know it, but it has nothing to do with them.

    -The knowledge that WE will die is pushed far back to the edge of our consciousness, and sometimes even into our unconscious mind.

    -The knowledge that WE will die is pushed far back to the edge of Someone Else's consciousness, and sometimes into their unconscious mind.

    -The knowledge that Someone Else will die is pushed far back to to the edge of our consciousness, and sometimes even into our unconscious mind.

    - We despised our fear of death

    - Death was attractive and romantic to us

    - Our fear of death was blocked by our developed system of "appropriate" behaviour.

    -Our attitude towards death was indifferent - as long as death could be "beautiful".

    - WE read / believed / felt / said / agreed / were told that "it is good to die young".

    -Unable to come to terms with our fear of death, WE consciously / unconsciously wanted to kill ourselves.

    - Death is a source of inspiration for Us

    - Death was something desirable to us.

    - Everything within Us resisted being aware of the end.

    -We treated the body of a dead person with the utmost reverence as We felt that there was something still there within it.

    -We carefully preserve our memories of those who have died, cherishing their images and seeing them in our dreams.

    -In our childhood WE heard someone close to us say, "If you do not do as I say, I will die of sadness!": "Why do all children behave as children should, whereas mine is not a child, but a punishment from God! You will be the death of me. I have to work day in, day out for you", "You are driving me to an early grave", "When I die, you won't miss me", etc.

    - WE said to someone, "If you do not do as I say, I will die of sadness!": "Why do all children behave as children should, whereas mine is not a child, but a punishment from God! You will be the death of me. I have to work day in, day out for you", You are driving me to an early grave?, "When I die, you won't miss me", etc.

    -As a result, when the Other person died, WE consciously / unconsciously / subconsciously believed we were responsible for their death, regardless of the real cause of their death.

    -It is incredibly difficult to live under such pressure...

    -We found it difficult to overcome the pressure of this guilt.

    -We are tormented by thoughts such as: "if only I had done something sooner...", "if only we had seen a different doctor", "if only I had been there", etc.

    - WE were obsessed by the need for self-affirmation.

    - WE selflessly made our fortune, sacrificed our dignity for the sake of our career, or sought fame in any way we possibly could.

    -Our aspirations for a career, fame and conscious / unconscious self-affirmation were a consequence of our fear in the face of death.

    - WE are constantly afraid of being too late.

    -Our common expression, "I am late", reflects Our attitude towards our fear of death, which is deeply rooted within Us.

    -WE do not want to think about the end of our life.

    -As a result - WE cannot properly ascertain the resources which have been given to us by nature (genetic markers) and external circumstances (the chance to prove oneself).

    -Someone Else's fear of being late reflects their attitude towards the fear of death and the reluctance to think about the end of their life

    - WE always preferred to arrive for a meeting earlier than the agreed time.

    -Our tendency towards being early was a result of our complete obsession with the fear of death.

    -However, We were unable to comprehend the true reasons for our anxiety.

    - WE denied the existence of our fear of death

    - WE were more demanding with regard to the state of our health.

    -WE were very sensitive about the slightest changes in our body's activity.

    - We had a much too idealised view of which social heights We must achieve.

    - Someone Else had a much too idealised view of which social heights they must achieve.

    - We had a much too idealised view of which social heights Someone Else must achieve.

    - In our struggle with the fear of death, We routinely manipulated time, compared our life with the life expectancy of others, and regarded ourselves as gods.

    - Visiting a cemetery, witnessing an accident by chance, or meeting an old person brought Our fear of death to the surface

    - Our reaction to the awareness of our fear of death was to think, "I am young and healthy and it will be a long time before I die. It is too early to think about it yet".

    -Thoughts like this calmed Our fear of death, but it did not go away.

    -As long as mortality does not mean futility, We have convinced Ourselves that Our life in this Universe is special and has meaning.

    -Our strategy for tackling our fear of death was to increase the feeling of our own worth and our uniqueness, with the help of sport, diet or even plastic surgery.

    -Another method is to see oneself as a small part of something large and meaningful, such as culture, society or a nation.

    -Our Desire to be a part of something great is a yearning for symbolic immortality.

    - Our awareness of our fear of death has affected our powers of criticism - We liked loud slogans.

    - We believed that, if WE eradicated our fear of death, Our instinct for self-preservation would diminish and this would quickly lead to Our death

    - We believed that, if Someone Else eradicated their fear of death, their instinct for self-preservation would diminish and this would quickly lead to their death

    - Someone Else believed that, if WE eradicated our fear of death, Our instinct for self-preservation would diminish and this would quickly lead to Our death

    - The awareness of the inevitability of death led to Our ceasing to be pro-active, to act and to strive towards something or other - what is the point if it is inevitable that WE will die anyway?

    - The fear of death makes Us feel more keenly and value the happy times in life. It stimulates us to be active and prevents us from putting life off until "later".

    - Our aggressive defence, based on Our denial and Our ignorance with regard to Our own death, did not hold out and gave rise to different forms of psychological pathologies and anxiety disorders within Us.

    - Our unexpected encounter with death became an astounding discovery for US, and was accompanied by a feeling of terror and the thought, "Apparently it could happen to me, too!"

    -We do not perceive death on screen (in films, TV programmes or the news) as a reality which is directly relevant to everyone.

    -When encountering death on screen, in literature, in the news or in stories, our defensive reaction is, "It could happen to anyone - but not to me".

    - The thought that death could come at any moment in life seems completely inappropriate to us, as it destroys the order which is so important to Us and deprives Us of the control we need and the feeling that everything is going according to plan.

    - The lack of meaning and purpose in life is the source of Our fear of death.

    -WE read / thought / knew / agreed / said / were told that an empty existence is not life, but rather something in between life and death, although nearer to death.

    -WE felt that an empty life (without meaning and purpose) is not very different to death and WE can keenly sense its proximity and inevitability.

    -Our fear of death is a fear of being faced with a meaningless life.

    -Our life ahead of US is a collection of fragments of time, filled with fragments of objects and relationships. It has no integrity and no life prospect which could arise through accepting and being aware of the fact of the finite nature of our existence.

    -Our search for the meaning of life is altered by social conditioning, "copying" these meanings and purposes from others, or adopting aims which are expected or imposed from outside.

    - The true meaning of life is replaced within US by social norms, and our own standards conform to external templates.

    -A false, meaningless existence, along with a narcissistic striving for excellence (confirmation of one's own uniqueness and a "superhuman" or "divine" nature, compared with everyone Else) and a neurotic need to be in control, are the principle sources of Our fear of death.

    - Loneliness, social isolation and discord among people, is a source of Our fear of death.

    -We are frightened of being separated from others when we die

    -Loneliness and social isolation exacerbated our fear of death.

    -Loneliness deprives US of the sense of being attached to life through other people, and it symbolically brings us closer to death.

    -WE were obsessed with ourselves; with our feelings, problems and conflicts. We were not able to listen to and understand another person, or to show an interest in and become a part of someone else's life

    -Such an isolated existence heightened Our feeling of the finite nature and the fragility of life, as well as Our sense of emptiness and isolation from the world.

    - Our experience of death, which had been neither processed nor integrated, was a source of Our fear of death

    -Death, which constantly penetrates all areas of life, had a strong influence over Our experience and behaviour

    -We were deeply preoccupied with the question of death from an early age; overcoming the painful fear of extermination was a fundamental task in our development

    -In our childhood we experienced death at first hand: a dead bird we found as children, the death of a favourite pet, the death of an old person, or something seen or heard by chance.

    -Our experience of these encounters was never shared or discussed with anyone and was never integrated

    - The fundamental task for Us was to maintain perfect cleanliness in the house - everything must be properly washed and ironed and put away neatly.

    -The striving towards an ideal order and the need to constantly maintain it did not leave US time to communicate and to simply chat with those nearest to US.

    -All our relationships were linked to some kind of task

    - Religion saved US from our fear of dying

    - The fear of death paralysed US and led US to inertia

    - We were not aware that We were led by our fear of death

    - Someone Else was not aware that We were led by our fear of death

    - We were not aware that Someone Else was led by their fear of death

    -Our fear of death caused US to be fragmented and incomplete

    In our childhood we were afraid:

    that WE would be abandoned and left alone

    that We would not be fed

    that there would be no hand to hold,

    that We would not have warmth

    that We would not be protected from strangers

    that We would be killed

    that people would die and leave US.

    when OUR parents or our mother cursed, shouted, cried or became ill, because she could die and leave US alone.

    that We cannot defend ourselves and are aware of our helplessness

    when people WE love argued, separated, left home or threatened each other, and when their relationships broke down.

    when those closest to US threatened us and hit US.

    -OUR childhood fears were illusory, but they were real to us.

    -We wanted and strove to take control of our life and the people most important to US. We learned to manipulate.

    -WE dreamed of being omnipotent.

    -In our desire for love, we rejected death. WE chose to live a half-life.

    -We divided the world into polarities.

    - We fragmented the world and fragmented ourselves.

    - WE were consciously / subconsciously afraid that there is no life after death.

    -We accepted that there is no life after death

    -We knew that there is no life after death

    -We did not know that there is no life after death

    -We did not accept that there is no life after death

    -WE said that there is no life after death

    - We convinced ourselves that there is life after death

    -We accepted that there is life after death

    -We knew that there is life after death

    -We did not know that there is life after death

    -We did not accept that there is life after death

    -WE said that there is life after death

    -Someone Else said that there is life after death

    - We convinced ourselves / Someone Else, believed / read, agreed, knew, or did not know that WE are eternal spiritual beings and life will not cease after death; it will just be different. Death is the transition to another stage of life

    - We feared the physical pain of death

    - WE were afraid of not waking up

    - WE feared the death of parents, relations and friends

    - Someone Else feared Our death

    - WE feared the deaths of family, relations and friends as we had never managed / said / been able to say / do not say to them at any point in life that we love them and that we are glad that they exist

    - Someone Else feared Our death as they had never managed / said / been able to say / do not say to us at any point in life that they loved US, and that they were glad that WE existed

    -WE feared the death of our parents and did not want to think about the death of our parents

    -Our parents feared Our death and did not want to think about Our death

    - One of our parents or relations died and WE blamed ourselves for their death, accusing Ourselves of not having paid them enough attention, not having told them how we felt about them, not having loved them enough, not having talked to them enough, and not having explained ourselves to them

    - One of our parents or relations died and WE felt guilty (even if we were not conscious of this) for any reason

    - The deceased person caused us to feel equal amounts of love and hatred at the same time for inflicting such a terrible punishment as their death.

    -WE did not admit to ourselves / anyone that we were angry with the deceased. We kept this emotion carefully hidden and suppressed it by increasing the period of mourning or by some other means of suppression.

    - WE were afraid of dead people

    - WE walked around the cemetery

    - We did not find peace as we walked around the cemetery

    - We were afraid of dying

    - We liked / We read about / WE listened to / We watched films, books and songs about tragic death

    - We were interested in what was "there", beyond death

    - We read / watched / were fans of books and films about life after death or in between death and life

    - We believed in reincarnation

    -We consented to agree in reincarnation

    -WE knew about reincarnation

    - Our youth culture instilled in US the fear of death and a desire to never grow old

    - WE were afraid of old age

    - WE were afraid of our parents' old age

    - We did not want to think / see / know that Our parents were growing old

    - We imagined in great detail how we would grow old

    - WE were horrified by the idea of the wrinkled skin on our hands, lines on our face, our physical incapacity, hormonal decline, the halting of our reproductive system, and the weakening of our muscles and our nervous system.

    - WE thought / dreamed, "If only we could live to be 300 years old. That should give us enough time".

    - WE were not afraid that everything would be over in an instant. The end itself is not frightening, but rather all the things WE have not had time to do, witness, say or experience.

    - We were horrified to note that time / the years / life was running away with us.

    WE were horrified to think that we would never ever achieve / complete anything great / remarkable;

    -WE thought / said that the years were going by and Our life would not produce anything worthy / remarkable / interesting

    -WE thought / said that the years were going by and Someone Else's life would not produce anything worthy / remarkable / interesting

    -We agreed that nothing worthy / remarkable / interesting would come out of our life

    - We are not afraid of death in its own right, but rather we fear being unable to realise our plans, for which there always seemed to be enough time.

    - WE have read about / heard about / taken an interest in cryonics and the possibility of cryopreservation

    - We wondered / asked ourselves and others what would happen if there was nothing after death. Was there nothing at all?

    -What if we only had one life?

    -What if we were not eternal spiritual beings after all?

    -What if the film Matrix is reality?

    -What if every one of us is part of our own Truman Show

    -What if We are nothing but a butterfly, dreaming that it is human?

    - WE consciously / subconsciously thought / believed that, after death, everything would be better than when we were alive, and that everything would be easy and happy

    - WE consciously / subconsciously thought / believed that, after death, things would be better for Someone Else than when they were alive, and that everything would be easy and happy.

    -We wanted to know that things would be better after death than when we were alive

    -WE wanted to know that Someone Else would be better off after death than when they were alive

    - WE were afraid of living

    - We exercised greater self-control

    - The fear of death gave rise to a fear of change, loss, parting and other events and processes related to ending and / or change.

    - We thought / believed / knew that life had no meaning

    -We accepted that life had no meaning

    -We did not accept that Our life had no meaning

    -We did not accept that Someone Else's life had no meaning

    - We were afraid of confined spaces

    - We were frightened by death and dead people

    -WE frightened Someone Else with death and dead people

    - WE were afraid of dying alone

    -WE were afraid of becoming ill alone

    - Our social, psychological and physical fears were actually an unconscious manifestation of our fear of death

    - Our fears culminated in a fear of physical death.

    - Our fear of death manifested itself as:

    -a fear of falling in love or having a relationship,

    -losing or acquiring possessions,

    -parting with or possessing money (things),

    -the fear of moving or staying in one place,

    -the fear of choosing,

    -fear of the future,

    -fear of being handicapped (injury, loss of bodily functions),

    -fear of success or failure.

    -Fear of change

    -Fear of pain

    -Fear of oblivion

    -Fear of loneliness

    -Fear of the unknown

    -Fear of ugliness

    -Fear of orgasm

    - We dreamed that we were being killed and that We were dying

    -Someone Else dreamed that we were being killed and that We were dying

    - We dreamed that Someone Else was being killed and that they were dying

    -WE were afraid of nightmares

    - WE were waiting for death

    -We were waiting for our own death

    -We were waiting for Someone Else's death

    -Someone Else was waiting for Our death

    -WE killed ourselves

    -Someone Else killed Us

    -We killed Someone Else

    -We had an abortion / vacuum

    -We gave someone an abortion / vacuum

    -Our parents had an abortion / vacuum

    -We were persuaded to have an abortion / vacuum

    -We persuaded Someone Else to have an abortion / vacuum

    -Our parents persuaded us to have an abortion / vacuum

    -We wanted to have an abortion / vacuum

    -Our parents wanted to have an abortion / vacuum

    -WE blamed / accused Someone Else / ourselves / our parents for an abortion / vacuum

    - The fear of death manifested itself in US as a fear of extermination: the extermination of Ourselves, Our personality, our habits, and everything which we identify as "I" or "Mine";

    -WE wanted / intended to commit suicide

    -Someone Else wanted / intended to kill us

    -We wanted / intended to kill Someone Else

    -We planned our suicide

    -Apart from suicide, WE saw no other way out of our complex situation

    -WE lost heart and refused to take any action

    -WE planned to commit suicide by means of:

    -pills, antidepressants, and fatal overdoses

    -hanging

    -starving

    -contracting pneumonia (and other diseases related to cold temperatures)

    -drowning

    opening our veins

    -jumping out of a window

    -throwing ourselves under a car or a train.

    -and other methods.

    -WE wanted to commit suicide to spite our parents, partner, husband, wife or loved one, to make them suffer and to torment them into confessing that they drove US to it

    -WE threatened someone that we would commit suicide (manipulating or blackmailing him).

    -Someone Else threatened US that he would commit suicide

    -WE honestly could find no reason to go on living

    -WE considered suicide to be the easiest way of solving the problem and to put an end to the suffering

    -WE wanted / planned to commit suicide because of:

    -Our health (many weeks without sleep) and other illnesses

    -Unrequited love, being in love, or sympathy

    -A lack of meaning in life

    - Failure (we did not achieve a particular important goal)

    -Boredom (life is boring, dull and completely grey and ordinary)

    -An interest in finding out whether there is life after death

    -Internal stress

    -Sexual frustration

    -General dissatisfaction with life

    -The fact that We cannot bear to live with OUR family, and so it would be better to die

    -WE imagined vividly how OUR body would be found, and how our relatives would suffer, and we looked forward to it all. We wanted them to suffer painfully for a long time.

    -WE did not care about the feelings of our family and relations. WE believed that we were sorting out our own life.

    -WE genuinely believed that it was better to put an end to the suffering once and for all, than to carry on suffering for our whole lives. Admittedly, the process (suicide) was unpleasant, but it would be much easier afterwards.

    -WE were afraid that, having committed suicide, we would go to hell and that it would create bad karma for us in the next life. We would be born ugly, inferior, poor, or even as an animal.

    -We were told that a person who commits suicide will go to hell and that this will give him bad karma in the next life. He will be born ugly, inferior, poor, or even as an animal.

    -WE believed that life has been unjust towards US.

    -WE believed that life has been unjust towards Someone Else.

    -WE condemned healthy people who complained.

    - people complained to Us

    -We complained

    -WE believed that our suffering was the worst and the most unbearable

    -Someone Else agreed with Us that Our suffering is the worst and the most unbearable

    -We came across people who had never known illness, insomnia or suffering. They showed us that WE have imagined all the suffering and that life is wonderful.

    -WE showed Someone Else that he has imagined all the suffering and that life is wonderful

    -WE believed / made it our aim that we should fight for life

    -We were told that in this life nothing is simple and we must fight for everything

    -WE said that life is a fight

    -We agreed that life is a fight

    -WE thought that our desire for death was a pull towards Thanatos (one of two tendencies, according to Freud).

    -Our desire for death is a pull towards Thanatos

    -WE sought information on the easiest and simplest suicide methods.

    -WE measured out a fatal dose of drugs.

    -WE made suicide attempts

    -The attractive force of life did not allow us to commit suicide

    -WE reproached ourselves for being weak-willed because we were not able commit suicide

    -WE always considered suicide to be an act of bravery and the people who did it were strong characters.

    - WE put suicide off until later.

    -WE were irritated by people who gave us advice and reassured Us.

    -WE thought or said that, if those people who were giving Us advice had been in Our position, they would say nothing and keep quiet.

    -People could not understand the reasons behind suicidal thoughts and urges.

    -WE were cured by antidepressants or psychotropic drugs, in an attempt to rid ourselves of the desire to die.

    -WE frequently crossed the road in front of a car or ran across railway lines as a train was coming

    -WE saw the car or train coming but carried on even though it was almost upon us, and we were nearly killed.

    -Parents and relations led Us to attempt suicide and then treated us for what they had done to us.

    -WE led Someone Else to attempt suicide

    -WE thought that we simply could not tolerate SUCH suffering (pain and insomnia)

    -WE thought that Someone Else could not tolerate SUCH suffering (pain and insomnia)

    -Being in a suicidal mood caused US to lose our mind. WE definitely intended to kill ourselves.

    -WE knew that there is a tendency towards self-destruction by unwanted children from an early age.

    -OUR mother always regretted having given birth to US.

    -Our mother said she regretted having given birth to Us.

    -Our parents said that We should have been smothered in the cradle, so that they would not have had to suffer for Our sake.

    -WE believed, it seemed to Us, or WE knew that Our parents regretted that we had been born and / or wanted to get rid of Us.

    -WE did not want to upset Our parents.

    -WE decided to help them and rid them of our presence.

    -We thought our parents would be pleased if we died. They would live more happily without US.

    -WE believed we were a superfluous person in our family.

    -We saw no sense in living when no-one needed us

    -We understood that nothing would ever change, that changes were illusory and life would always be just as terrible and dreadful

    -WE considered ourselves special for wanting to commit suicide

    -WE considered Someone Else special for wanting to commit suicide

    -WE enjoyed being depressed and suicidal.

    -We were blamed for our illnesses (it was said that we brought them upon OURSELVES) and our defeatist attitude.

    -WE looked forward to a freedom from our problems after death

    -WE believed that life after death was a myth, the opium of the people, there was nothing after death, and life was meaningless.

    -WE agreed that life after death was a myth, the opium of the people, there was nothing after death, and life was meaningless.

    -WE were amazed by the claim that the meaning of life is life itself, and we did not understand suffering, pain, oppression and beating.

    -WE said or thought that the meaning of life is life itself

    -WE had a strong tendency towards suicide; treatment only helped Us temporarily

    -People accused US of not wanting to live and insisted that WE should be grateful for what WE have (blood, food, family etc.)

    -WE were blamed for Someone Else not wanting to live

    -We accused Someone Else of not wanting to live

    -WE took antidepressants and other drugs for depression and aiding normal sleep patterns.

    -OUR suicidal tendencies always returned, no matter how much WE battled against them and no matter which drugs WE took

    -Films, music and books which featured suicidal characters pushed us towards suicide

    -WE subconsciously wanted to be famous and to be like famous people, OUR idols, who committed suicide.

    -WE knew that, after the death of an idol (a famous actor or singer) there is always a wave of suicides amongst his or her fans.

    -WE admired talented people who committed suicide

    -WE wondered what someone's life would have been like if they had not chosen to end their life.

    - WE condemned suicide and declared openly that it was stupid and senseless and that life is beautiful

    -WE remained silent within ourselves (with others) on the subject of suicide, and declared that it did not concern US; yes, we had once thought about it, but that was a long time ago.

    -OUR friends (and friends of friends) committed suicide

    -Someone's suicide directly affected US

    -WE recognised signs of suicide attempts on our friends, but we did not ask them about it and convinced ourselves that it was just a scratch, a burn, or something of that nature.

    -WE felt very sorry for ourselves (enough to kill ourselves) but WE found courage and persuaded ourselves to wait a little and then everything would be all right.

    -WE imagined how beautiful we would be in death, fantasised about our funeral and pictured the outfit we would wear at the end

    -WE collected pictures of suicides, which showed actual or planned suicides.

    -We associated with / befriended / liked people who also had a tendency towards suicide.

    -WE discussed and planned our suicide with Someone Else, talked about how terrible life is.

    -WE decided to carry on living for the sake of another person, but HE / SHE did not live up to our expectations for friendship and love.

    -This person / these people betrayed US and left, and then life became unbearable.

    -WE lost our need for sex.

    -WE subjected ourselves to beatings, lacerations, and other forms of physical harm, to punish ourselves or simply for enjoyment.

    -WE inflicted pain on ourselves in anticipation of what others would do. WE knew that we would be punished or beaten and so WE decided to do it before others did.

    -WE went out barefoot in cold weather in the hope of freezing to death.

    - WE were afraid that our death would be a cause of sadness for those around us, including our parents, or any other person

    -WE were afraid that, in the event of Our death, they would suffer and would never recover from the blow from the rest of their lives.

    - WE were afraid that Someone Else would cause those around them to be stricken with grief, including their parents, or any other person.

    - WE feared the deaths of those closest to us, which gave rise to the key, fear-inducing word "never":

    -WE simply could not comprehend that WE would never again see this person, who was dear to US

    - WE had never been to the funeral of someone close to US. We found it difficult to accept the fact of their death, or to come to terms with not having "said goodbye"

    - We found it difficult to look at the dead body of someone close to us in a coffin

    - WE believed / read / were told that death should be dignified

    -WE were afraid of dying an undignified, ugly death

    - WE were afraid of seeming paralysed

    - WE experienced difficulties with expressing our emotions

    - The strain on Our body prevented US from feeling all the joys of life;

    - WE had lost someone close to us, after which life lost all of its meaning;

    - WE were drowning

    -We were involved in a road accident

    -We had an accident in a falling lift

    - WE sought to be in total control over our life because of our fear of death.

    - Living according to a timetable and seeing how strictly our daily activities are organised (home - work - home) gives Us the illusion that any of life's events can be controlled and that all we need to do is to find the approach which suits us best.

    - The fear of death manifests itself in OUR through the striving for high standards and for order.

    -We consciously / unconsciously / subconsciously / believed that a person who is capable of keeping his affairs in order is safe in the case of unforeseen situations

    -We became a perfectionist, striving for higher standards and convinced that anyone who knows the secret of time management is god-like and can do anything

    -WE believed that a healthy lifestyle and the right food can help a person to avoid any disappointments.

    - Our difficult experience of age-related crises were coloured by the fear of death

    -Our age-related crises were backward-looking because our lifetime was over.

    -The feeling that Our life was empty and meaningless led to frequent changes in our emotions and the pursuit of pleasure, as we sought to satisfy our needs

    - The fear of death made US feel the need for security

    -WE could not / did not negotiate a new deal, do any business or change any aspect of our life, because we did not feel safe in doing so

    -WE were afraid of new relationships, We could not express ourselves within a relationship, We were frightened of love, We were afraid to profess our love, WE were afraid to express our feelings, as this would compromise Our safety, remove the ground from under Our feet and threaten our "I" with death

    - WE avoided conversations about death and going to funerals

    - WE were more interested in stories about dying and funerals.

    - It seemed to Us that WE would die soon

    - It seemed to Us that Someone Else would die soon

    - WE imagined our own death

    - We subconsciously associated death with loss of self-identity and self-awareness, whereas, on a conscious level, we associated it with physical discomfort, pain, trauma, etc.

    -WE were used to living with an awareness of ourselves and our position in the world around us; we were afraid of losing this familiarity

    - For Us, death meant a loss of the ability to express ourselves and being in an environment which suits us.

    - Ignoring or denying Our mortality protects Our self-identity and enables Us to live in society, to plan our future and to feed our ego with thoughts of a wonderful future. It also simplifies life and allows us not to think about whether certain actions are necessary for everyday life.

    - Being aware of the certainty and inevitability of death and expecting it to come at any time, WE were unable to live a normal social life, carrying out materialist acts in order to achieve material goals

    - WE were attached to our maternal (paternal) role, which helped us to cope with the fear of death and gave us hope.

    - WE will overcome the fear of death through love.

    - The fear which We experienced when We were born manifests itself as a fear of death

    - Death is above all a transition to a new "unknown" (and therefore frightening) state

    - WE tried to "test our nerves" with different kinds of threats

    - WE were consciously / unconsciously afraid of deep meditation, deep sleep or lucid dreaming

    - We enjoyed going / needed to go "to the brink of death" and then MOVE AWAY FROM IT

    - WE enjoyed all kinds of "extreme sports".

    -We enjoyed watching / wanted to watch another person in a dangerous or threatening situation (and ultimately another person's death) and then say to ourselves: "This is nothing to do with me and so this terror is not mine!"

    -We had secret desires to "attend our own funeral, to listen to our own eulogy and see the suffering that people will have to endure without Us" - essentially to gradually observe how the world "would fall apart without Us, and life would grind to a halt, which is just as it should be?.

    - WE were afraid of death when we thought, "How will my children manage without me?" because, deep down, we wanted them "not to be able to cope without US". We are also afraid of death in case "our children are suddenly able to manage without Us"

    - Being unconscious of Our defence mechanism for coping with the fear of death slowed down Our psychiatric development, as well as making Us unable to leave our parental home.

    -Being unconscious of our fear of death and our defences against it was apparent through our fear of sex and our inability to establish close relationships.

    - The idea of death heightened Our enjoyment of living our own life.

    - As soon as we became adults, we began to dream of returning to the serenity of childhood.

    -Our fear of death was manifest in the form of disgust and dissatisfaction with our own life

    -Our fear of death was caused by the thought that no-one would remember us.

    - WE experienced fear with regard to the process of dying.

    - WE were afraid of the process of dying - dying through illness or dying alone - or losing control over our daily life or our bodily functions.

    - WE were aware or unaware of our fear of death or dying

    -Fearing death made Us feel bad, gave Us bad dreams, made Us lose our appetite, caused problems with carrying out our everyday duties, or made us more concerned for the welfare of others.

    - Stability was particularly important for Us: we just did not want things to get worse, or for us to become poor, helpless or lonely.

    - WE are made clumsy by our constant and futile attempts to keep track of everything that is happening to Us

    - For Us, life is just about running away from the fear of death.

    -We are running away from ourselves and from true intimacy with others

    - We perceive life to be worse than death

    - WE waited impatiently and exhausted for our unbearable problems to come to an end.

    - Our fear of death is expressed in our fear of losing our individuality and independence.

    - Thinking about what it was like before WE were born made us panic;

    -Our conclusion that WE will never know what it was like before OUR death, means that there was nothing because WE DID NOT EXIST. This terrified US because we did not want to NOT EXIST all over again.

    -OUR activeness turned out to be due to our fear of death which, in this case, acted as our driving force.

    -WE were passive and WE only acted when WE felt the pressure of death / time

    -WE indulged the feeling that WE are immortal, as if not thinking about our death means that it will not happen.

    -WE indulged Someone Else's feeling that they are immortal

    -WE attempted to live our life as though death did not exist.

    - WE read and imagined, or saw in pictures, photographs, theatres, cinemas, the television or the Internet, the anxieties and emotions of people, animals or other beings:

    - the anticipation of their approaching Death

    - fear and terror of Death

    - horror of Death

    - desire for Death

    - the onset of Death

    - being in Hell

    - being in Heaven

    -WE saw another person dying / dead

    -WE saw funerals, attended funerals, took part in funerals and went to wakes

    -WE expressed OUR sympathy with regard to death

    -WE listened to someone Else's condolences

    - WE cried and sobbed over someone's death

    WE wanted to, but were unable to cry over someone's death

    -WE were filled with hatred with regard to someone's death

    -WE felt anger over someone's death

    -WE accused someone of a person's death, either aloud or to ourselves

    -WE went to a cemetery and visited graves, memorials, mausoleums and the graves of our family members

    -WE were present when coffins were opened and exhumed, or saw coffins being opened and exhumed at the cinema or on television

    - WE imagined the death of OUR enemies

    -WE imagined the death of Someone Else's enemies

    - WE imagined the death of OUR loved ones

    - WE imagined the death of Someone Else's loved ones

    - WE imagined our own death, the onset of Our death, OUR funeral and OUR wake

    -Someone Else imagined Our death, the onset of Our death, OUR funeral and OUR wake

    -Someone Else imagined their own death, the onset of their death, their funeral and their wake

    - WE imagined OUR family, friends and relations at the moment of OUR death, and OUR family, friends and relations filled with sorrow and remorse over OUR death

    -WE imagined Someone Else's family, friends and relations at the moment of their death; and their family, friends and relations filled with sorrow and remorse over their death

    -WE imagined OUR body laid out after death, livor mortis on OUR body and maggots eating OUR body, and WE imagined the smell of OUR putrefied, decomposing body

    -WE imagined Someone Else's decomposing body after death, livor mortis on Someone Else's body and maggots eating Someone Else's body, and WE imagined the smell of their putrefied, decomposing body

    -WE imagined OUR grave, the inside of OUR coffin, and how people would react to OUR body after OUR death

    -WE were told that it is sinful or disrespectful to talk about or mention Death, or to take the name of Death in vain; WE are not greater than Death; everyone is equal in the face of Death, and we will all find ourselves there eventually

    -WE said that it is sinful or disrespectful to talk about or mention Death, or to take the name of Death in vain; WE are not greater than Death; everyone is equal in the face of Death, and we will all find ourselves there eventually

    - WE wanted to die

    - WE wanted to end our life through suicide

    - WE imagined OUR suicide

    -WE saw Someone Else kill themselves in an attempt to end their life through suicide

    - WE attempted suicide

    - WE wanted to sacrifice OUR life for the sake of someone or something

    -WE fantasised about how we would sacrifice ourselves for the sake of someone or something

    - WE were a witness or received any kind of information by any means about how others wanted to die or wanted to commit suicide, how they imagined the suicide and made suicide attempts, or how they wanted to sacrifice themselves for the sake of someone or something

    - WE have seen, in reality or in dreams, the funerals of our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers and other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - In reality or in dreams, WE were sad or pretended to be sad at the funerals of our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers and other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - In reality or in dreams, WE saw how other people cried, were upset, were sad, or pretended to be sad at the funerals of our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers and other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - In reality or in dreams, WE saw how other people cried, were upset, were sad, or pretended to be sad at the funerals of Someone Else's father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers and other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - WE witnessed other peoples' funerals in real life or in dreams, or saw them at the cinema, in photos, on videos, on the Internet, in books and in other media.

    - WE saw dead people in reality, in dreams, on screen, or in our imagination, and we somehow communicated with, bade farewell to, contacted or interacted with the bodies of dead people, whether they were the bodies of our mother, father, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers, or other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - WE saw in reality, in dreams, on screen or in our imagination how other people somehow communicated with, bade farewell to, contacted or interacted with the bodies of dead people, whether they were the bodies of their mother, father, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers, or other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - In reality, in dreams, or in our thoughts, we felt guilty over the death of Our mother, father, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers, or other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - In reality or in dreams, we felt guilty for anyone's death

    - WE judged other people for not being sad or upset or for being happy and joyful in spite of the death of Our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers, or other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    -WE judged ourselves for not being sad or upset or for being happy and joyful in spite of the death of Our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers, or other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - In reality or in our dreams, WE consciously or unconsciously wished someone was dead.

    -In reality or in dreams, Someone Else consciously or unconsciously wished We were dead.

    - WE bade farewell to the deceased body of our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers, or other relatives, friends, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - WE sought to blame ourselves or others for the untimely death of our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers and other friends, relations, acquaintances or loved ones.

    -WE sought to blame ourselves or others for the untimely death of Someone Else's loved ones

    - WE vowed to ourselves or gave someone a promise at the funeral of our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers and other friends, relations, acquaintances or loved ones.

    - WE made vows and promises to ourselves / another person at the funeral of Someone Else's loved ones

    - WE listened to or gave a eulogy at the funeral of Our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers and other friends, relations, acquaintances or loved ones, and remembered them at the wake after the funeral

    -WE listened to or gave a eulogy at the funeral of Someone Else's loved ones and remembered them at the wake after the funeral

    All our feelings, thoughts, experiences or impressions from the funerals of our father, mother, brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers or other friends, relations, acquaintances or loved ones, including:

    - Emptiness

    - Loss

    - Impotence

    - Hopelessness

    - Remorse

    - Reproaching oneself or another person

    - Repentance

    - Regret

    - Blaming those who, according to our opinion, appeared to be or were the cause of the untimely death

    All episodes in the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when we were afraid or experienced negative emotions:

    - dead bodies

    - a person who has passed away

    - a corpse

    - the deceased

    - coffins

    - graves

    - icons

    - crosses

    - crucifixes

    - a cemetery

    - monuments

    - candles

    - morgues

    - churches

    - clergy

    - black clothing and other funeral attire

    - funeral wreaths

    - bouquets of even numbers of flowers

    - eyes filled with tears

    - funeral rites

    - funeral processions

    - the smell of incense

    - the smell of a decomposing body

    - the smell of candle wax

    - the coldness of a dead body

    - the pallor of a dead body

    - the stillness of a dead body

    - the altered facial features of a dead body

    - the unfamiliarity of a dead body

    - the embalming of a dead body

    - the missing parts / organs of a dead body

    - funeral music

    - silence in the house

    - weeping and lamentations

    - hymns

    -All concepts or convictions with regard to the following:

    -the after-life.

    -Hell

    -Heaven

    -God

    -Satan

    -Purgatory

    -Hades

    -angels

    -demons

    -evil spirits

    -good spirits

    -the souls of the dead

    -Thanatos

    -Tengri

    -seven circles of Hell

    -nine spheres of Heaven

    -sin

    -spiritual purity

    -death

    -life

    -immortality

    -the soul

    -sinfulness

    -cleansing of sins

    -good

    -evil

    -Our parents were at a loss and tried to comfort US when We openly expressed our fear of death.

    - When We openly expressed our fear of death, Our parents tried to put off the conversation until far away in the future.

    -Our parents told Us stories about resurrection, eternal life and being reunited in heaven

    -In our youth, We were anxious when we thought about death

    -Someone Else, in their youth, was anxious when thinking about death

    -Our virtual personality was directly opposed to our fear of death

    -In computer games, we felt as though we had control over death

    -In computer games, Someone Else felt as though they had power over death

    -We scoffed at death, singing mocking songs about it

    -We watched horror films

    -We defied death and took reckless risks

    -We were afraid that our life could be cut short at any moment as a result of some terrible accident

    -We were afraid that Someone Else's life could be cut short at any moment as a result of some terrible accident

    -We took part in parachute jumps

    -Our fear of death is pushed aside by our preoccupation with building a career and starting a family

    -When WE became successful, WE understood / saw / believed that our path was not going further upwards, but downwards, towards the sunset, towards oblivion and towards death

    -WE lived in constant awareness of our own mortality

    -We found ways of mitigating our fear of death.

    -We felt a desire to preserve ourselves in the future

    -WE wanted / tried to plan for our future through our children, or by becoming rich and famous

    -We heard / read / believed / knew / agreed / said / were told that it was possible to plan for our future through children, or by becoming rich and famous

    -We maintained a belief in a miraculous deliverance from death

    -We were convinced that we were untouchable

    -We were convinced that Someone Else was untouchable

    -WE acted like a hero, not giving a thought to other people or to our own safety

    -Consumed by our fear of death, We turned to relatives / friends / religion / psychotherapy / books for support

    -We believed / knew / agreed / said / were told that, throughout our life We will grow, develop and move forward

    -We believed / knew / agreed / said / were told that, throughout our life, We should (wherein lies the essence or the purpose of life) grow, develop and move forward

    -We adhered to / believed / were fascinated by / agreed with the idea (concept) of progress

    -We were aware / understood / accepted / did not accept / agreed / did not agree / knew / did not know that progress, or the idea of progress, is only a concept or an illusion

    -We met up with / came across our classmates many years after finishing our education

    -We physically felt how life had moved on when we met our classmates or old friends (from childhood)

    -On meeting our old friends or former classmates, We thought: "They are so old. They are all so old... What am I doing here with these people? How do I look to them?"

    -We participated in / observed / condemned the distribution of inheritance or drawing up of wills

    -WE looked back at our life so far

    -We summed up our life

    -We summed up Someone Else's life

    -We wondered / thought about who would mourn / cry over / remember / miss Us, and who would visit Our grave or tend to Our grave when we die;

    -We wondered / thought about whether Someone Else would mourn / cry over / remember / miss Us, and whether they would come to Our grave and tend to our grave when We die

    -We wondered / talked about who would look after or care for Our children / relations / parents when (if) We die

    -We wondered / talked about who would mourn / cry over / remember / miss Someone Else, and who would visit their grave and tend for their grave when they die;

    -WE wondered / talked about whether Someone Else would mourn / cry over / remember / miss another person and visit and tend to that person's grave when they die

    -We wondered / talked about who would look after and care for Someone Else's children / relations or parents when (if) they die

    -The need to put our affairs in order, to carry out some kind of task or to do something before We die / before we find ourselves in a life-threatening situation, caused Us to feel terror / despair / any other kinds of negative emotions

    -Jubilees / birthdays / anniversaries were a source of worry / anxiety or any other negative feelings for us

    -Our birthday reminded us of how life is passing by irreversibly

    -We did not want to celebrate our birthday

    -We did not want our parents to grow old and were afraid

    -Someone's ideas / reasoning / concepts helped Us to cope with our fear of death

    -The thought of the inevitability of death dampened Our enjoyment of life

    -There was nothing We could do to satisfy our thirst for eternal life

    -Any kind of activity seemed meaningless to Us

    -We read / heard / said / were told / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know that

    - the soul is mortal and will disappear along with the body

    - the soul is immortal

    - when all is said and done, death is nothing

    - the state in which WE will find ourselves after death, is the same as the state in which We found ourselves before We were born

    - every person has their own circles of influence which can affect other people over the course of many years

    - We can, even without knowing, leave behind a little piece of ourselves

    - it does not matter whether Our personality or the memory of Our personality survives; it only matters whether the "waves" made by Our actions / thoughts leave something for other people

    -We tried to preserve our own personality

    -We felt happy in the knowledge that we were playing an important role (directly or indirectly) in the life of Someone Else

    -We wanted to matter to other people (to Someone Else)

    -WE wanted to gain prominence through political / creative / financial achievements

    -We wanted to create / dreamed of creating / created scholarships and bursaries

    -We wanted to make an important contribution to science

    -We did not worry much / at all about what would remain of Our estate, Our culture, or Our work after Our death

    -We did not worry much / at all about what would remain of Someone Else's estate, culture or work after their death

    -WE hoped that Our thoughts / actions would trigger a response in other people

    -We were aware / understood / accepted / did not accept / were not aware that someone / something / everything is transitory, fleeting, changeable or temporary

    -The awareness / acceptance that something / someone / everything is transitory, changeable or temporary, affected Us, leading Us to lose our sense of purpose

    -Every happy moment was counteracted by Our secret thought that everything would soon be over

    -We were overshadowed by the thought that everything is doomed to extinction

    -We read / heard / said / were told / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know / acted in spite of the fact that the limited nature of pleasure only serves to increase its value, and therefore we should live in the here and now, focusing on the short-term and living each moment to the full

    -Something diverted us away from life's usual course

    -Something diverted Someone Else from life's usual course

    -We read / heard / said / were told / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know / acted regardless of the fact that the alternatives excluded each other.

    -We did not like having to make decisions

    - For Us, choosing any option meant that We would have to reject all the others

    -Having to reject something was problematic to Us

    -We resisted having to say "no" to the other options

    -It seemed to Us / We heard / said / were told / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know / acted regardless of the fact that We are special, no restrictions will be imposed on Us, We will never be refused anything, and Our life is an ever-rising spiral which leads to a brighter future

    -We were afraid of the slightest hint of the need to reject something

    -We attempted / wanted / tried to "kill two birds with one stone"

    -We held on to, or attempted / wanted / tried to hold on to everything We had (or had had)

    -Something shattered / broke / destroyed Our perception of life as movement towards a greater knowledge, new revelations and accomplishments

    -We were horrified / alarmed when We noticed our first wrinkles beginning to appear

    -We were horrified / alarmed when noticed new wrinkles on our parents

    -WE were afraid of retiring / looked forward to retiring / did not want to retire

    -WE could not escape the thought that we were growing old / people would see us and remember us as an old person / We would look old

    -When We were tired, We were overwhelmed by concepts which We had long since overcome

    -We thought that the cause of life's problems lay beyond Us

    -We thought that the cause of Someone Else's problems of life, lay beyond them

    -We were sure / it seemed to us / We were told / We heard / said / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know that We had lived our lives badly

    -WE were drowning in a sea of regrets about the past

    -We felt that we had not lived our life to the full

    -Our fear of death was heightened by the feeling that We had not lived our life to the full

    -WE were suffering from the feeling / We felt as though life had caught Us in a trap

    -WE wanted / attempted / tried / agreed / did not agree / could not / did not attempt / wished to live boldly and with all our strength, to express ourselves and to realise our own potential

    -We were sure / it seemed to Us / We were told / We heard / said / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know that an unpleasant experience will make Us stronger and will help Us to confront new adversities

    -We were sure / it seemed to Us / We were told / We heard / said / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know that an unpleasant experience would make Someone Else stronger and would help them to confront new adversities

    -WE did not accept / could not accept / were aware / were not aware / accepted the necessity of coming to terms with the immutability of the past (with the past)

    - We heard / were told / said / read about the necessity of coming to terms with the immutability of the past (with the past)

    - We agreed / did not agree with the necessity of coming to terms with the immutability of the past (with the past)

    -WE came to terms with the immutability of the past

    -We came to terms with the past

    -WE avoided / distanced ourselves from / wanted to distance ourselves from old people (including relatives and loved ones)

    -We were unable to recover from someone's death

    -We tried to somehow protect ourselves from the pain of losing someone or something. All of these methods

    -In the hope of protecting ourselves from the loss of Someone Else, We tried to become less attached to them / to not be attached to them / not to fall in love with them / not to profess our love for them

    -Someone tried to become less attached to Someone Else / to not be attached to them / not to fall in love with them / not to profess their love for them in order to protect themselves (in the hope of protecting themselves) from the pain of losing Someone Else

    -We refused to take credit from life the fear that We may have to repay with death

    -It was as if we were in hibernation and were afraid to experience the true taste of life, out of fear of losing too much

    -We did not do something / refused to do something / did not allow ourselves to do something so that we would not feel hurt when it ended

    -The tension within Us did not lessen / We lived with the tension between "fear of life" and "fear of death"

    -We experienced a fear of life which appeared / manifested itself in our frightening loneliness, the feeling of defencelessness, and the loss of connection with the integrity of all things

    -When We developed, moved forwards or stood out from the crowd, We encountered the fear of life

    -Upon experiencing the fear of life, We began to move / We moved in the opposite direction: we retreated and moved away from individuality, and found comfort in merging and joining together with Someone Else, and giving ourselves to them

    -Upon experiencing the fear of life, Someone Else began to move / moved in the opposite direction: they retreated and moved away from individuality, finding comfort in merging and joining together with Us (someone) and giving themselves to Us (someone)

    -Merging with Someone Else awakened the fear of death in Us

    -Merging with Us (someone) awakened the fear of death in Someone Else

    -When We experienced comfort and consolation from merging with Someone Else, We were afraid of stagnation and loss of individuality

    -When they experienced comfort and consolation from merging with Us (someone), Someone Else was afraid of stagnation and loss of individuality

    - WE wanted to merge with Someone Else and, at the same time, we wanted to be an individual (WE wavered between individuality and merging)

    -In our dreams something chased US unremittingly and found Us no matter where we hid.

    -We dreamed / our dream symbolised / We interpreted our dream as death following right behind Us.

    -WE were only guided from the outside and sought to accumulate material wealth

    - WE were so worried about what those around Us thought that we completely lost our sense of "I"

    -We were obsessed with things

    -The more We had, the more We wanted

    -We did not worry about the things themselves, but about Our perception of them

    -We felt the need to be a part of something

    -To Us, a strong relationship was an essential prerequisite for happiness

    -WE felt the pain of being isolated from other people

    -WE felt afraid of close relationships

    -WE were afraid of being rejected and unloved

    -WE did not know how to build / could not build long-term, closer and trusting relationships

    -WE silenced death

    -Everyone around Us silenced death

    -WE distanced ourselves from someone who was dying (including relatives and friends)

    -WE distanced ourselves from someone who was dying because We did not know what to say or how to act

    -WE distanced ourselves from someone who was dying out of fear of looking our own death in the eye

    -We read / heard / said / were told / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know / thought about the fact that WE begin life on our own and we leave it on our own, and that everyone lives in their own world, the laws of which are known only to themselves

    -WE existed in our own world, the laws of which were known only to Us

    -Our loneliness was associated with the loss of a whole world - a rich and carefully thought-out world

    -Our world existed / We were aware that Our world existed only in Our mind and nowhere else.

    -We were aware that Our world would disappear

    -We read / heard / said / were told / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know / understood / did not understand / wondered about the fact that no-one would ever or would never be able to, accompany Us on our journey towards death

    -We wanted to ease the loneliness of dying

    -Empathy helped us to establish connections with other people

    -Empathy allowed Us to feel Someone Else's emotions on a more profound level.

    -WE could not / were not ready to face up to our own fears

    -WE could not find / did not find anything in common with Someone Else

    -WE could not / were not ready to / did not want to share another person's pain

    -Someone Else could not / was not ready / did not want to share another person's pain

    -We felt / wanted to feel Someone Else's pain

    -WE were disappointed / ashamed / blamed ourselves for not having been able to fully realise (for not being in the process of realising) our potential

    -WE were disappointed / ashamed / blamed Someone Else for not having realised their full potential (not being in the process of realising their full potential)

    -Our dreams did not come true

    -Our dreams came true

    -We despaired because Our dreams had not come true

    - Our despair increased / We began to despair when We realised that We had done nothing to make Our dreams come true

    -We were told / We were blamed / We said / heard / understood / blamed ourselves / agreed / did not agree / that We had done nothing to make Our dreams come true

    -WE did nothing to make Our dreams come true

    -We did everything We could to make Our dreams come true

    -WE did everything We could to make Someone Else's dreams come true

    -We studied / calculated / thought / said / wanted to know how much time We had left to live

    -We studied / calculated / thought / said / wanted to know how much time Someone Else had left to live

    -We stumbled / were embarrassed / were afraid / fumbled around / felt uncomfortable when talking about death or using words or expressions in any way connected with death

    -We stayed in unhealthy relationships, not believing that We deserved more

    -We were convinced that everyone would consider Us stupid

    -We were convinced that everyone would consider Someone Else stupid

    -WE suppressed our dreams of happiness and OUR full realisation

    -WE suppressed Someone Else's dreams of happiness and their full realisation

    -We were told / it seemed to Us / WE felt / said / understood / agreed that time is running out and life is slipping away from Us

    -We were told / it seemed to Us / WE felt / said / understood / agreed that Someone Else's time is running out and life is slipping away from them

    -We were haunted by fear and nightmares because of the awareness that Our time is running out and life is slipping away from Us

    -WE cut short any close relationships

    -WE thought / said / knew / did not know that if we do the things in life that we dreamed about as a child, we will find greater pleasure

    -We tried / wanted / did not try / did not want / agreed / did not agree to find and resuscitate those parts of our personality which were consigned to the "dead zone" and were inactive and unrealised

    -WE felt sad that something was irreparable

    -Having experienced regret, WE took action / began to take action to avoid this in the future

    -When thinking about the past, WE felt regret over everything which did not come to pass

    -WE thought / said / refused to think about how it was possible to avoid new causes for regret, and what should be done to change our life

    -Something (wrinkles, dates, meetings, words, events etc.) caused Us to become aware of our mortality

    -On becoming aware of our mortality, WE became frantically busy in order to cope with the fear of what caused it

    -WE avoided / wanted to avoid wrinkles or grey hair by means of cosmetics or surgery

    -WE tried to distract ourselves when we became aware of our mortality

    -We read / heard / said / were told / agreed / did not agree / accepted / did not accept / knew / did not know / understood / did not understand / wondered about the fact that to value life and to experience feelings towards people and a profound love for everyone, means being aware that all of this is doomed to extinction

    -WE experienced positive changes even in our maturity / declining years

    -WE did not believe / did not agree / believed / agreed / thought / knew / did not know / said / read / heard / were aware / were not aware that positive changes are possible in maturity (declining years), that it is never too late, that WE were late for something, someone or somewhere, and that WE were too old (mature) for something

    -WE experienced an obsessive sexual attraction towards Someone Else

    -WE were "stuck on" Someone Else

    -An obsessive attraction towards someone (Us) was associated with Someone Else's desire to be swallowed up, and with their feeling that "I" is very small, and so is merged to become "WE"

    -An obsessive attraction towards Someone Else was associated with the desire to be swallowed up and with Our feeling that I is very small, and so is merged to become "WE"

    -Sex pushed death out of Our consciousness

    -WE knew / saw / heard / read / said / were told that someone suffered when they died

    -WE allowed ourselves something / agreed to something / acted somehow / lived in the belief and knowledge that We have a safety net, hoping (consciously or unconsciously) for security, or feeling secure

    -All Our attention was drawn to our lover / partner, to their every word, gesture and shortcoming, and nothing else concerned Us

    as well as each of the types of material listed below

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when WE decided for ourselves and wrote down a programme for how WE are going to die, using this as a starting point for living.

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when WE circulated "just in case".

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when we became accustomed to the idea that the Universe is sparse and we must fight for our survival. WE were threatened by the scarcity of the Universe and tried to insure ourselves against this.

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when WE:

    avoided responsibilities in our life and were prepared to blame anyone else (circumstances, other people or God) for what had happened in our life

    were prepared for the worst, even if we were hoping for the best

    prayed about something

    internally prepared for something - for a certain kind of relationship with some person or other, for certain kind of expenditure, for a certain form of income and so on

    did not believe that something was as good as it could be for US

    did not hope with all our hearts for a favourable turn of events

    were afraid of something bad

    Whilst expecting something good and believing in miracles, WE suggested that it would happen at some point, but not now and not soon

    WE were expecting an unpleasant turn of events

    WE had a feeling that something bad would happen

    WE had bad premonitions

    WE did not dare to believe in success

    WE expected that the force of habit would turn out to be too strong, and therefore WE would not make any significant progress towards success any time soon

    Having been successful or lucky, we began to expect that we would gradually lose everything we had achieved. For example, we would be unlucky, or people who were jealous might put a spanner in the works.

    we chose the worst partner - in the hope that he would not be taken away from us or that he would be more faithful and would and think less of himself

    We chose something worse and so something would suddenly go wrong, something would not happen as it should, or things would not go too well for US

    WE based things on the principles of "and suddenly", "and if" or "just in case"

    deep down we did not believe in the possibility of something which was "too" good for US, and rejected the abundance of the Universe

    and so on

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in past lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when WE heard, believed, thought or said:

    Everyone wants that, but...

    Whatever you want

    Such is life

    Nothing is easy

    It simply doesn't happen

    Everything must be paid for

    It is impossible

    It does not happen

    If only...

  • Also when the tone of any phrase implies the impossibility of anything which is "too" good for US

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when WE proved to ourselves or to someone else what WE are capable of, as well as something good, or possibly even too good - a staggering achievement, unbelievable success, incredible luck, a fairy-tale prince in a white Mercedes, a big win, and so on, and also OUR inner feelings, OUR certainty and OUR convictions at that moment

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when WE heard, thought or said phrases such as "anything can happen" or "in any event" where "any" stood for something bad.

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when we associated ourselves with our body (shape), and when we believed, thought and felt that our body was finite, as well as all the conclusions, convictions, fears and neuroses which We derived from these.

  • All episodes form the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) when WE heard, saw, felt or sensed in some way the thoughts, experiences, and emotions of people, animals or any other kind of being connected with the material listed below

    -Every reaction from Our parents or adults when We openly declared our fear of death

    -Every reaction We had in childhood when, as a child, WE encountered death, saw / observed the onset of death, heard about death, saw dead people, went to funerals, thought about death, or were told about death

    -All Our convictions / beliefs about the nature of life and death

    -Everything in which WE sought salvation from death or from the fear of death

    -Everything which WE wanted to achieve or do, or which we did out of fear of death, motivated by the fear of death, avoiding death, and evading the fear of death

    -Each time we met Our childhood friends or classmates as adults

    -All Our regrets about the years which have passed by

    -All Our regrets about the past

    -All the conclusions We drew about Our own life, as well as everything We achieved or did not do in Our life

    -All Our thoughts, feelings, emotions or sentiments associated with our birthday or celebrating our birthday

    -All our ideas / judgements / concepts which helped Us to come to terms with the fear of death, and in which We sought salvation from the fear of death

    -All methods with which WE wanted, hoped or tried to stay in the future

    -Everything which diverted Us away from the ordinary course of life

    -Every choice which We unable to make

    -Every choice which We regretted

    -Everything which We could not refuse

    -Everything which we did not do / everything which We renounced / everything which We avoided because of our fear of death

    -Everything which WE did not do / everything which We renounced / everything which We avoided because of our fear of life

    -Every dream We had which was connected with death in any way

    -Every nightmare We had

    -Everything which possessed Us or took control over Us

    -Everyone with whom WE wanted / tried to merge

    -All our unsuccessful attempts to establish long-term, more intimate and trusting relationships

    -All of our reflections on loneliness

    -Everything which WE believed WE would not manage to do, WE would not be able to do, or it was already too late to begin in Our lifetime

    -Everything which WE wanted to do in life, which We dreamed of as children, and activities which would bring Us pleasure

    -All Our talents, abilities, and desires which were not acted upon or realised

    -Everything in the past which WE wanted to change

    -Everything which WE believed could not be corrected, or which WE could not correct

    -All Our causes for regret

    -Everything which made us aware of our mortality

    -Everyone to whom WE felt a persistent sexual attraction

    -Everyone with whom We were "stuck"

    -Everything with which We were "stuck"

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives) and in the future (in this and in future lives) in which WE somehow recognised the any of the material mentioned above in any people or beings

  • All episodes from the past (in this and in previous lives), in which WE have been given any kind of lesson, instruction, suggestion, appraisal or emotion from any people or beings, or from any sources of information on subjects connected with any of the material described above

  • All OUR notions, ideas, fantasies, thoughts, theories, knowledge, convictions, beliefs, postulates and decisions which are related in any way to the material mentioned above, which is within US, or has been at some time in the past (in this and in previous lives), or will be in the future (in this and in future lives), and which we also possess now.

  • All OUR complexes, fears, anxieties, and apprehensions which are in any way connected with the material mentioned above, which WE have, or have had in the past (in this and in previous lives), or will have in the future (in this and in future lives).

  • Any kind of criticism, judgement, grudge, resentment, grievance, envy, mistrust, anger, hatred, complaint, pity, malice, remorse, guilt, shame, or any other type of negative attitude towards oneself, other beings, people, reality and the world in general, with regard to any of the material listed above in this procedure which WE have, or have had in the past (in this and in previous lives), or will have in the future (in this and in future lives).

  • All affirmations, aphorisms, proverbs, sayings, adages, anecdotes, fables, myths, legends, fairy tales and stories, as well as popular opinion and worldly wisdom which is in any way connected with this material, which WE have known or somehow become aware of at some time in the past (in this and in previous lives), or will do in the future (in this and in future lives).

    You will carry out the processing of each of these types of material, without exception, using the "Execute It" procedure.

    After processing all the material listed above, you will carry out circular processing on behalf of all the people and beings, as well as any god, world, or general reality which feature in the list above. You will identify with each person, being, group, god, world or general reality and will carry out the processing of all the material listed above, as well as any relationships with US that these people, beings, gods, worlds and general realities may have, using the "Execute It" procedure.

    Afterwards, you will find all parts of OUR personality which have been dissociated / separated as a result of any of the episodes listed. You will also find any parts of our personality which are in any way related to these episodes. You will also carry out processing on all of the material mentioned above, on behalf of all of these parts without exception, using the "Execute It" procedure. Then, you will integrate each of these parts with US, using the "Merge" procedure.

    In addition, with regard to each of the people, beings and groups of people or beings named above, you will process the following using the "Execute It" procedure:

  • OUR ideas about who or what they are now, were in the past, or will be in the future

  • OUR ideas about how they should be and how they should act and behave

  • OUR expectations of them

  • OUR opinion on what exactly they think of US now, thought in the past, or will think in the future

  • OUR opinion on how they relate, related or will relate to US

  • OUR opinion on what they say, said or will say about US

  • OUR opinion on how they influence, influenced or will influence US

  • OUR opinion on what they did to US in the past, does now, or will do in the future

  • any thoughts, pictures, emotions or bodily sensations in general which are connected with them in any way at all

  • also any attitude WE may have towards them at all

    After this, you will check the whole procedure for forgiving all people, beings, groups of people, gods, worlds and reality in general which feature in the material mentioned above, as well as OURSELVES, using the forgiveness procedure, "Hoppo", which is carried out by you within the imagination, automatically in the background.

    This processing mechanism deactivates and these instructions will automatically cease to function when all our material has been processed by you using the "Life" procedure. If necessary, WE will be able to temporarily suspend the process if WE say the key phrase, "Life STOP".

    You will process the material for US completely automatically and absolutely autonomously, constantly, when WE are asleep and awake, without disturbing OUR sleep and OUR functioning whilst awake. All the work of processing the material will be carried out by you as gently and painlessly as possible. You will also process, using the "Execute It" procedure, any lack of belief in the possibility and the results of this processing, as well as any fear connected with the processing and any negative emotions or emotional states, or even any resistance which WE may have in relation to this processing.

    All work on the "Life" procedure will be carried out within 3 earthly days or less from the start of the procedure. You will distribute the burden as evenly as possible around OUR body in order to avoid overload in one area. After the relevant key phrase has been uttered, as mentioned above, you will signal the start or end of the mechanism by means of our body's smiling.

    Give thanks to our Universe, our body, mind and soul, Earth, Air, Fire and Water, and to the Masters of the Past, Present and Future who have shown us the way.

    Dear subconscious, you must always do as WE have described in these instructions, from this point on, no matter what circumstances, situation, mental or emotional state we may find ourselves. WE are thankful and deeply grateful to you and WE cherish how you have always served US truly.

    The MASTER SOLUTION: “Life” could be read aloud or silently one time, including the phrases “Beginning of instructions” and “End of instructions”. Please note that for the use of MASTER SOLUTION: “Life” you need to read the following processors “Clap”, “Execute it”, “Merge”, “Hoppo” on Start page.

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