Q: What happens after death to the being? John: After you’ve died, you will purely be what you really are. Q: Why is it important to pursue it in this lifetime? John: The whole point of being born and being here is for you to be what you are
Q: Hello John. I listened to one of your CDs in which you said “relate to you after you have died” and it was a big pointer for me. Can we do it now? John: Relate to what you are after you’ve died, while you live. That’s a different
Q: Hi, John. I’m grateful to be here. I have a question about fear. A year ago, because of cancer, I was treated with radiation and my heart has been damaged. No one can say whether this will heal or how long it will take, and sometimes the insecurity
Q: You once said that we meet here on earth, and after we die we will meet again. What does that mean? John: When you meet anyone, as soon as there is the slightest little touch of meaning in the meeting there is a movement of being within that
Q: When you talked to me about dying and death, you showed me how to hold it lightly. With having cancer, I can do that except when I don’t – which is often – especially when there’s physical discomfort. Holding what’s there lightly can open me to a lightness
Q: How can I deal with the fear of death when thinking about hard decisions? John: By, in all of your life, intimately and in dearness, carrying your death in your heart. It heals all aversion to death, all fear of death. Your death is the last and the greatest
Q: I’ve had the question for some time now about the connection I have with my husband. It’s getting deeper the longer we’re together. Then I ask myself: “What happens when we’ve been together for forty years, sharing everything, melting together? What happens when one of us dies?” I
Q: When I first heard you speak about taking my death dearly to my heart, I was trembling and it was extremely provoking for me. I have been trying to do that, to embrace it and make it part of me. I know it’s all about letting go and
Q: Are love and that first power to be what we are the same thing? I sense the same span in love and that power from before birth and after death. John: What we really are is love, but it isn’t human love. Our experience of love is based on human
Q: My mother is very ill. She’s likely to die very soon, and in my self I’m panicking. John: When she dies, she will be so fine. Q: In my heart I know everything’s okay, yet I feel very alone with it. John: Then that’s that. What is real
Q: It’s been such a rich experience for me to be here with you, and I’m grateful. My question is about fear. A year ago I was treated for cancer and my heart was damaged by the radiation. No one can tell me if this will heal or how
Q: Five years ago I experienced my own death and since then I seem to be a little dysfunctional. I have mixed feelings about it. Actually I feel on the one hand very blessed and on the other hand it feels like a burden. Sometimes I get excited for
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