A question about what we are after we’ve died opens up a fine and detailed teaching on what we will be able to see and know after death, revealing what our life was really for.
How is it possible to be truly free of anxiety and the fear of death? A mother speaks with John of her fears, particularly the loss of her children and loved ones, and receives an answer that can bring an end to her fears forever.
Is it possible to move past the sudden loss of a loved one? Can we be free of the fear that it may bring up about the inevitability of our own death? The answer to both questions, is yes.
How to transcend life and death?
– The principle of life and death comes in the integration of your self, from what is beyond your self.
– Realizing a profound equilibrium of meaning in living and in dying
– Being grounded in what you directly know of the beyond.
– No longer dependant on beliefs to be grounded in your perception of reality.
– Awakening life within that doesn’t pass away.
– You transcend life by coming into the deeper levels of life.
– You transcend death by not being limited to the level of life you perceive.
– Never loyal to your perception, in living or in dying.
What is our life for? What happens after we die? The questioner feels that he is making compromises in his life in order to function, work and make money. John explains that everything we do in life influences our life after death. Using practical examples, John guides us in how not to miss the wondrous opportunity of this life.
A questioner asks how to deal with difficult situations in life, such the death of a parent, that can trigger an experience of pain and difficulty. John speaks of death as something that can bring true perspective into our life; of love moving in pain and filling it, turning it into compassion. This is a talk on love, the passing away of veils in death and our real power being openness, allowing for love to fill all of our forms.