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I'm terrified of death

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posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 02:39 AM
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I am terrified of death.

It happens to us all but that doesn't make it any easier. I know this fear helps me to live but I still can't shake the fear. I love my family soo much and I can't fathom not being with them. I just can't help being terrified of the great unknown.




posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 02:47 AM
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Originally posted by soldita
I am terrified of death.

It happens to us all but that doesn't make it any easier. I know this fear helps me to live but I still can't shake the fear. I love my family soo much and I can't fathom not being with them. I just can't help being terrified of the great unknown.


Dont worry mate when the moment comes it be over in a jiffy and you most likely wont even know about it!

I not afraid of death but all the fascinating sh.t im going to miss! Its a bummer!!



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 03:08 AM
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Death is inevitable.. what I do is i like to imagine what I would think as my final thoughts.. Ponder that a few minutes. Then ask yourself what you would like to think.. And seek within the peace you desire.

No reason to be unhappy about it. Some souls reincarnate together, so you'll be seeing them again! If there's an afterlife it's gotta be a party...

You won't be able to move on if you place so much duty in other's lives... you don't want to haunt your loved ones. You were born before them, of course they will have more time on Earth after you do.... just enjoy this life, it will go on for them.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 03:22 AM
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You're already dead. Don't fear what's already happened.
Just keep experiencing the wonder.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 03:24 AM
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Dear soldita,

There is nothing to fear. Having sat in a car waiting to die (naturally not a suicide) and knowing it was coming I can tell you what I thought. I asked myself if I had lived my life the way I intended, it I forgave everyone who had ever harmed me. I didn't want to leave with baggage. Previously I had held my fathers hand as he passed over, when he knew it was time he was very calm and accepting. Read up on the "Near Death Experience" and see what others have experienced. If you are able talk to people who work in nursing homes about how people go out, it is usually with acceptance. Peace and Best Wishes.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 03:56 AM
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I liken death to what happens when you have a general anesthetic, I've had a few ops and there's nothing quite as good as everything just going blank, what seems like seconds later they're waking you.

Only when you die, you don't get woken. I would imagine as you get older, joints hurt and things get more difficult you get weary, if you've had a period of poor health then I would imagine death, the big sleep is something you welcome.

I know I would love to live longer if only to see what we will achieve in the future, we've done so much in this short time.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 04:15 AM
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The only time I've had an operation that required a general anaesthetic, it was strange how one moment I felt a sedative, and said "I hope it gets better than this, ummm" and the next thing I was waking up and being fed morphine.

So I hope it's like that... but I've seen death before and you get the impression that the sudden awareness that it's over without any choice on your part, nor any intent, that you would feel such terror.

Personally, I'm choosing when I exit. I'm going on my terms, not fate nor the hands of another -- if I can help it.

Sadly, even when someone is debilitated to the point of requiring someone to wipe their bum, it's still illegal here to offer a peaceful and dignified way out.

So death doesn't scare me at all. We all die, and with all the choices that have been stripped from us as simple human beings, that is one choice no one will take from me.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 04:26 AM
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The 2 most natural things that will happen in life are your born, then you die. You have already been through one of them.
There is definitely more after here, which is something to look forward to rather than fear.
Be strong and make the most of this life, no point worrying about things that you can't change.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 05:38 AM
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I see ghosts they exist so that means so too an afterlife. I don't know much more about it, but I have seen ghosts and some of the things I see are just not possible, like I could not know or describe the person to another if I couldn't see them...?

death is just change. You cross over into another dimension.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 05:44 AM
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oh, there are 676 K dimensions... entering at the 26th parallel is easiest.

676 K that is the area given for existence, beyone that is the edge of reasoning and very few cross over to the undefined and even fewer return. Many genious 's are beyond the 676 K mark.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 06:54 AM
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No afters Im afraid! And yes when we perish its a bummer because wont be able to continue to enjoy the things we like and sure we gonna miss an awful lot of interesting sh.t in the next century.

On a bright note though, when we gone we dont have to worry about how we gonna pay the bills or put up with societys parasites anymore or listen to God maniacs telling us about heaven and hell. Nor do we have to listen to politicians tell us how they are going to improve our misserable pointless lives!!

Its true peace! Nothingness! Fantastic (apart from the miss the future sh.t)!



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 08:18 AM
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We are far more than just a physical body. We are made of energy and energy does not die. I think the older we get,the easier it is to accept death. Live your life now while you can and enjoy it. I believe there are better things after this life. What would be the purpose of life to just have it end into nothingness?



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 10:48 AM
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You are right about the energy we are not ceasing at death but the matter doesn't cease either. Same rule of conservation of energy/matter.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 11:34 AM
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Death is not going to be like going under anaesthetic, during which your brain is still functioning.



posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 11:44 AM
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I don't worry about myself as much as those I care for passing away. That thought terrifies me. I just can't bear to even think about those I love and care about having to leave. I would gladly trade places with them if I could. It makes my eyes tear just to think about it.




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