Do we really die?

How many lives do we have? Do we really die? We don’t know anymore!

The knowledge of life, through the cycles of death and rebirth, can be understood as part of a continuing process; but death is usually interpreted as an end. In the last 50 years, we have placed great emphasis on the concept of reincarnation to the point it is today difficult to reject this new premise, which appears in the various media today: magazines, books, movies … Reincarnation is a fact. We believe in it or not, it therefore exists. And nothing can exist without its bases. It is therefore a matter of focus, perspectives, polarization between the spiritual and the material expression of it.

But the fact of believing in reincarnation is not enough to transcend the fear that accompanies the act of dying itself. We need something else, such as a deeper understanding of the transition we call death. The life expression that has always been associated with our theme of death are the transformative and regenerative qualities of the polarity of the edenic zodiacal sign of Taurus. How convenient it is theses days, to benefit from the law of cycles and take advantage, not only of the Sun’s position but also of the “dispenser of time”, Saturn’s position, in Scorpio, to get to foster our understanding and getting clarity about our theme of the Great Transition, overcoming our corresponding limitations.

Death is to those about to experience it rather associated with loss of consciousness than the withdrawal from the physical dimension of life. Death and its fears are proportionally related to our identification with the material aspect of life. Relief is certainly realised by understanding the relationship between the self with its various forms of manifestation. But for those who live the experience of death through a close one, the transition is simply lived from an egoistic position. They think and feel in terms of themselves, not for the one that is no longer within reach. They have lost someone while the “lost one” is already in another state of experiences.

Clearly overcoming death and its fears are generally tied to the representation time has for the large majority. Time includes a start and an end. The two being interchangeable and adjacent from the inclusive dimension of the tangible. It is possibly by facilitating our understanding about the constitution of the human being, from a holistic approach, that we can reduce the existential gap, which currently affects the initiatory process of re-integration. The guarantee of our progress regarding the evolution of consciousness and its ramifications, our matter here being one of them, lays in the realization of the following statement: we can not think of what has not been ideated. But what is thinkable is possible; It is only conditioned by time.

From Dehnaten
http://dehnaten.org/area-terapeutica/great-transition/

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