How Death Affects us Beyond Dying; and How to Avoid it Before Dying.


“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.” Norman Cousins

Death has been known as one of the scariest experiences in our lives. Most people fear it. Death is traumatizing, yet, we tend to administer the same implicit approach to many of the worldly, temporary things we found in this world, and things that we shall leave behind when we die; things that will come and go; things that live and die. This is the type of death that I discuss in this article–a death that defines and implicates the final destination to all temporary things.

Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t know anything on this planet with infinite attributes other than God, Allah—or whoever you refer to as your Creator. As such, we the human race have developed a profound tendency over the years to put all our bets in the situation-basket of what’s temporary. Consequently, we miss out on the infinite realm of things.

What Do I Mean By This?

For example, when we focus all our attention on something like a bill that we have to pay, a car that we have to replace or how our neighbor is doing better than we are, we are literally focusing on what’s finite. At times we engage in unhealthy competition with belief that there isn’t enough in circulation for all of us. We find ways to block, intimidate, criticize or judge those who have dreams we believe are similar to ours. Yet, we forget that we are all unique and different. We ignore the divine truth that no one will ever be or has ever been created with our blueprint. We negate the fact that we are all special and therefore whatever we create even if it might appear similar, is differentiated by our very nature.

Consequently, we miss out on the infinite intelligence that dwells within us…the source of all things.  And our limited perception is based on fear: the fear that we won’t have enough, the fear that we live in a scarce world: and the blind notion that we are in control of everything. We forget that we are supported in life by a divine being that takes care of our very bodily biology and does magical things like help us breathe as we sleep: manages the trillions of the body’s internal cellular activities that we don’t even know about.

“What’s lovely never dies, but passes onto other loveliness” – Thomas Bailey Aldrich

That’s why it is written in the bible that, “Seek first the kingdom of heaven and all the rest will fall in hand,” meaning that let’s seek to connect to the source of all things, that invisible Self that protects and takes care of our needs. Out of that mental/emotional condition, inspiration will drive us to how and where we can find the temporary things of this world. And I’m not suggesting that you ignore your bills or become irresponsible. What I’m suggesting is for us to stop killing each other and ourselves for things we found in this world. Let’s remove our grips on emotional and mental mediocrity because they don’t serve us. Let’s focus on that which is infinite within us. Let’s focus on loving each other, forgiving each other, and working on ourselves to become better people: better than whom we were yesterday. Let’s focus on tapping into the intangible infinite attributes within us: attributes like love, peace, hope, creativity and the like. Consequently, we won’t only be able to easily get the temporary world stuff but also access all the mental, emotional and spiritual resources to replace them.

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“Death leaves a headache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal” – Unknown

Remember, when you focus on what’s dying, you will never see what’s being born. Let’s become flexible, and develop faith in our creator regardless of our religious or non-religious technologies, well knowing that because this planet was built with us the human race in mind, we are always taken care of, and there’s no need to hate or kill each for what’s temporary.

Written by Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D., MBA, an author, Speaker, Spiritual Counselor, Coach. For more about her, please visit http://www.tapthegood.com. 

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Time to Forgive: Tip 3 in Preparation of the first Annual Global Worry-Free Day: March 1st, 2014: 7.00AM – 7.00PM


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I hope you are witnessing some positive changes especially if you went through the first two tips I posted on this blog.

Today is forgiveness day. You see, it is impossible not to worry if you have anger or resentment towards yourself or others.  Forgiveness is freedom. Forgiveness is healing. Forgiveness of oneself and others achieves emotional ecstasy. So, today I’m going to share a simple but powerful forgiveness process that will get your emotions high-rocketing with joy and bliss.

Let’s go for it:

Step 1: List all the people who hurt or made you angry. Go back to your childhood, teenage life, adulthood. Take your time. This should take you at least 10 minutes. Don’t rush through it. Exhaust your mind.

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 Step 2: Go back to the list you made in step 1 and note down how this person/people made you feel. You can simply just write down the emotions without telling the entire story.

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Step 3:  Ignore the people who hurt you in this step and just take note of the attached emotions.  You may wanna read the instructions below before you go through the exercise.

–          Close your eyes, and imagine a white board in front of you.

–          In your mind’s eye, start writing down all the emotions on the white board.

–          When you are done, start saying the following Ho’oponopono cleansing statements: I’m sorry, please forgive me; Thank you; I love you.

–          Continue saying the statements as you erase all the words representing your emotions from the white board.

–          Erase the white board clean as you continue saying the four statements.

–          When you are done, take a deep breath and open your eyes.

–          You can do this exercise as many times as you can until you feel a sense of relief. Remember it is not about the people who hurt you or what they did. It is the way you feel about them. So, focus on those emotions.

Feel free to check out my website; www.tapthegood.com for more free resources, healing meditations, and inspirational books.

Love and light.

Jacinta Mariah; Author, Qualified Speaker and Spiritual Healing Facilitator.