Let’s talk about the fear of death

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My dad transitioned at 7:10pm tonight. I think I might be the only one in my family that doesn’t believe that we die-die. Like, yes our physical identity known as “whatever our name is” ceases to experience more under that identity at this segment of this reality, but I think we are immortal souls / part of creation / which in true-form, expands way beyond our physical life on earth.

I know dad was terrified of death and thought that; “once you are gone, you are gone”. Right now, more than ever, I hope my version of reality is the truer one. Synchronistically today & yesterday when I put my audio on, or browsed a site that I’ve been scrolling through, these are the parts that started playing – amazing validation for me – or at least another delusional hope-checkmark that it’s very possible or one heck of a coincidence.

We really don’t know anything when in human form, we don’t know – we can’t truly validate – so we speculate based on our own personal experiences and after so many experiences myself (as written on my blog for years) … I really do hope I’m right, and that this was just another “day in the park” for dad, and that now he can see the full spectrum of life and jump into another experience if he so wishes.

He didn’t want to go and I didn’t expect this, and am still coming to terms with so many pieces of the puzzle, but truly right now, like everyone else who has experienced a loved-ones passing, we just want to know if they are ok; and today I hope that it’s my version of reality ‘or better’ that he is experiencing now.

Here are the things that played for me today/yesterday or that I read:


Let’s talk about the fear of death. This is a very common fear for most humans because they believe that death is somehow the end to life. That fear-based belief is limiting. Death is simply the transition from this limited form of reality you call physical existence, to the infinite reality of the nonphysical realm. Life is your temporary experience of what it’s like to be physical. Life is like a quick trip to an exotic land. Nonphysical is your home. So release your fear of this easy transition and realize that you are eternal and there is no death.

You also have a fear of loss. You believe that if you were to die, then you would lose all that you have in this physical environment, however you cannot lose anything. From the nonphysical realm you will be infinitely closer to all those still existing in physical reality. You will be with them, literally, inside their minds and bodies. You will be able to watch them from a higher and wiser perspective, just as we see you. Your love for them will be expansive and absolute, where now it is limited and guarded. All of your interests that you enjoy in the physical will flow with you in the nonphysical as well. So please realize that there is no diminishment of experience from the nonphysical and there is no loss.

~ Joshua

In the entire fabric of your existence, this life is a brilliant, eternally unique and precious portion, but only a portion, from which you emerge with joy and understanding whether you die tomorrow or in years to come. The choice of life and death is always yours.

~ Seth – The Nature of Personal Reality

Predictions can affect the probabilities, of course, and reinforce a present line of belief. Physicians often wonder whether they should tell terminal patients of their impending deaths. There is great controversy. In some cases such a prediction can make death a fact — while its opposite can regenerate the patient’s belief in his or her own ability to live.

No man will die simply because a physician tells him he is going to, however. No one is so at the mercy of another’s beliefs. Each individual, generally speaking, knows his challenges and overall programs, and the time of his death. But even such decisions can be altered at any time in your “now” — the entire body can be regenerated in a way that would be impossible to predict in usual medical terms.

~ Seth – The Nature of Personal Reality

Let’s look at cancer in another light. Let’s say that maybe cancer (like all unwanted physical conditions) is a sign of resistance to what is. The person has continued to think that things are wrong and things should be different than they are and things in the past should not have happened they way they did and if only things had been different, then they would have lived a better life. So they build up resistance and they develop some chronic condition. At this point, they can choose to reorient the way the perceive life. The can choose to radically change their approach to life. They can see that all the things they thought were wrong are really right and they can turn away from complaining about what is to appreciating all that is. Some people do this and recover and some people choose not to. It’s all right either way.

However, there is a benefit to a long and slow decline. The person with the disease is allowed time to say goodbye and to make their departure easier on the partner who is left behind. It is a wonderful way to make a transition. It might not be the way you choose, but it is the way many choose because it gives them time to get over their fear of death. It makes it easier. Those left living will feel less grief than if the person suddenly vanished into thin air as in death by accident or some other sudden transition. If you see the bad in something, then you include that in your vibration. However, if you can see the good in anything you once deemed bad or wrong, you only include the good. You need not worry about death, because you are eternal and you choose the time and method of your transition. All death is suicide, so at some point you’ll be ready to return to your nonphysical home and after a while you might even choose to live another physical life.

A physical life from your nonphysical perspective is like a day at the park. It’s interesting and fun and there’s nothing serious about it. You might have fun today or not, but there is always tomorrow, and from the nonphysical perspective, there are endless tomorrows.

~ Joshua

Now: In purely physical terms, what you think of as consciousness of the self arises from a certain peak of intensity reached by the gestalt consciousness of the atoms and molecules, and cells and organs, that compose the body.

The peculiarly physically oriented self that you know has its reality in that context, but even in physical terms its reality is more than an analysis of its entirety would show. It then directs the activity of the body, and is to that extent dependent upon neurological activity.

The psychic structure of consciousness that organizes that bodily gestalt is, however, not dependent upon it, and so the you that you experience is only a portion of this greater identity.

~ Seth – The Nature of Personal Reality

A death is but one night to the soul. The vaster entity of which you are part follows your progress as easily as you follow your own through the days. As a rule most of you wake up in the same bed in the same house or town, but certainly you wake up as the same person in the same century. In those terms the entity wakes up as a different person each day, in a different century, each life seeming like a day in its level of experience. It carries the memory and simultaneous experience of each of those selves.

~ Seth – The Nature of Personal Reality

No one who decides upon death is saved from it by the medical profession, however. On deeper levels the quite normal desire for survival requires that the individual leave his or her body, in your terms, at one time or another. When that period arrives the person knows it, and the great vitality of the spirit no longer wants to be encased by a suffering physical body.

~ Seth – The Nature of Personal Reality

Again, there are no accidents. No one dies under any circumstances who is not prepared to die. This applies to death through natural catastrophe as well as to any other situation. Your own choice will dictate the way you die, as well as the time.

~ Seth – The Nature of Personal Reality

1st Feb:

In the entire fabric of your existence, this life is a brilliant, eternally unique and precious portion, but only a portion, from which you emerge with joy and understanding whether you die tomorrow or in years to come. The choice of life and death is always yours.

~ Seth – The Nature of Personal Reality
Penny (PennyButler.com)
Penny (PennyButler.com)

Who are we? What are we doing here? What is the meaning of life? Penny is a truth-seeker, ever-questioning, ever-learning, ever-researching, ever delving further and deeper down the rabbit hole. This site is a legacy of sorts, a place to collect thoughts, notes, book summaries, whilst providing a searchable archive to easily lookup and reference.

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