Can The Attitude Toward Death Be Changed?
Question: Why is such a natural phenomenon as death perceived by people so painfully?
Answer: Because this is the final state after which we can’t offer anything. And what do we have then? Nothing. Non-existence. Something disappears somewhere.
A person moved, spoke, reacted, we communicated with him, and suddenly a dead biological body remains in his place, and there is no person. There are two parameters here that disappear: the spirit of the person, which was in him, and I communicated with it; and the body, some kind of force, that vitalized this flesh.
Question: Do you agree with the statement, that death is not the absolute end of human existence, and life or the stream of consciousness in one form or another continues to exist after the death of the physical body?
Question: Who determines the type of death of a person?
Answer: This is determined by the system the person belongs to. Not by a system of society or some kind of front office, government, but by the general, integral system.
Question: Can this be changed somehow?
Answer: Of course. If a person is connected by good forces with the society around him, then he can change his attitude toward death.
From KabTV’s “The Post-Coronavirus Era” 5/14/20
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Life Beyond The Boundaries Of Birth And Death, Part 1
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