Rumi said: “Die happily and look forward to taking up a new and better form. Like the sun, only when you set in the west can you rise in the east.”
There’s a good chance you read the quote above, you suddenly had the urge to mow the lawn, do the dishes, or wash laundry. Don’t worry; you’re not alone. Most people on this earthly planet don’t want to talk about death, let alone embrace it.
However, if we truly want to live a conscious and meaningful life filled with joy and purpose, we must learn to embrace death. And I promise you that it will change your life forever if you do. Let me show you how in this month’s life-affirming Q&A:
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Let’s be clear, our fear of death is damaging our spirit—it not only takes us out of the present moment but robs us of joy and keeps us from discovering ourselves as consciousness, light, and love!
Simply put, our fear of death keeps us from living, or as the mystic seeker Osho put it, “We cling to life so much because we do not know how to live. And when death comes nearer, we are afraid that we have not lived yet.”
On the other hand, to embrace death is to sit up and be alive with opened hearts; it is to know (and live) with the freedom that comes when we gaze upon the stars and realize that there is more to life than what we can see, hear, or touch. Of course, the same freedom appears when we realize (and accept) that we are not our bodies, made of flesh and bones, but rather the same spark of life that flows through the stars and into all humanity.
In short, we are eternity in a human body. And death is not the ending of life, but the beginning of a new form, almost as if we were taking off a coat or shedding old skin.
And from this new viewpoint of freedom, we can then live without fear, following our hearts to the dreams we were meant to live. We can even recognize that our physical life is short. But, instead of being fearful, we can savor life’s experience in all its beauty. We can be bolder, more present, grateful, and loving. Without fear, we can truly start to live. And as Osho says, “only those persons who have really lived, are ready, welcoming, receptive, and thankful to death.”
I hope you will join me for this special Q&A. Bring your love and joy as we fully embrace death as part of our journey to a better and more conscious life.
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