Do you suffer from thanatophobia; fear of death? Most of us are afraid of dying; entrenched in our human conditioning or religious background. All of our fears stem from this one belief; we are going to die, eventually. Ironically, it is our belief in death that prohibits us from truly living!
When we dare to contemplate death, the question naturally arises: Who or what dies? We know the body ceases to exist, but am I the body? Do I really cease to exist? We experience ourselves as bodies, yet we know intuitively we’re something greater. Lately, more people are daring to ask the question – Who or What am I?
When anything seems to fill you with terror, making your body tremble as the cold sweat of panic comes over it, remember it is always for one reason; the ego has perceived it as a symbol of fear, a sign of sin and death. Your conditioning has created this reaction. It’s time for you to “undo” your conditioning and start living.
Most major religions lecture on eternal life. The implication of this is so abstract we blindly nod in agreement without fully comprehending the significance of this life altering truth. You fear death, yet you call it and bid it come to save you from your pain. It is the attraction of death that makes life seem ugly, cruel and tyrannical. Death is perceived as a savior from suffering; as well as your demise. How could it be both? Overcome your fear of death by means of confronting your mortality issues. Only then will you will understand your true nature and relinquish your belief in death.
Accept your Self as Who and What you truly are; a magnificent, eternal being of light. Disengage from your ego mind. Connect to your Source and allow power to flow through you!
In other words, stop playing “small”; it’s just not working for you!
Keep up Now ~ with the stream of higher consciousness and stay connected to the Source.
“I reach beyond my arms, the stars, the planes to where my thoughts suspend until I find my Self again. It takes just One ~ and soon he will declare that Truth be told; no need to fear. And in that truth we will know; we are One ~ Love; united ~ and the illusory world of fear will be no more.” – Rob Ludwig