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Thanks for stopping by. Death to me is an illusion and is used as a fear mechanism, on top of the ridiculous use of space and silly ceremonies, processing is an individual decision for those left behind, living the near experience part of it just makes it clearer, we choose where we go when we go and how we go, unless...
originally posted by: MerkabaMeditation
a reply to: spiritofsoul
Thanks for sharing. I always love to hear about these things, death is still taboo to discuss imo, and we could all benefit from sharing our near death experiences.
originally posted by: americanbuffalo1
I recently lost my wife to cancer. I did a home hospice with her. She knew her fate but was scared. I kept telling her we don't really die we just experience a different plane of reality. The energy which animates us lives on, forever. I encouraged her to go to the light when the time comes.
I sat with her and softly sang songs to her in her last moments. Just before she passed away, her eyes opened wide and it was like she was staring at me. However she was looking beyond me. Then she closed her eyes and fell limp. I reached for her pulse and it wasn't there.
I believe this was a the right way to help her transition. I truly hope it was. It just feels like she is safe, secure, in peace and no longer suffering to me. Perhaps that's my own mechanisms though.
I'm just grateful I was with her when the time came.