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From history, the Buddha.
Then any of the Buddhas after that point.
In modern day, the Zen tradition is about the death of the false rational mind.
Many of the modern non-dualist movements, such as followers of the book
series, "Spiritual Enligtenment: the Damndest Thing" by Jed MeKenna
Any practictioner of Kundalini yoga or various Tantras. I could pull up
various historical figures, but some people would argue that I couldn't
know their mind on this matter.
As for occult practictioners, just to give one example- Aliester Crowley;
the OTO has an initiation about facing death through the void.
The truth is, that ALL spiritual and occult practices, at their deepest
are about death. The fact that few people know this,
just goes to show that so many people
are shallow in their studies and commitment.
As for boring..
Well there is a reason that people cling to self-delusion so strongly.
The false colors of the false self are very bright. And people see
the world through the filter of the false self, so the world looks
quite "epic" with all that false good and evil and false melodrama.
I suppose that post death is like the golden years.. of retirement.
There are still things you can do.. but with everything optional,
it is of a surety very different.