LIFE AFTER DEATH: KNOWLEDGE TO DISPEL FEAR - PART FOUR
A Channeled Lecture by Djwahl Kuhl (DK) Presented April 26, 1985
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Greetings to you along the path. it is I D.K., tonight we shall continue our discussion of life after death. We have been debating among ourselves as to the most appropriate information to present at this time. The choice is between discussing belief structures and discussing possibilities that the entity will encounter immediately upon departing the physical vehicle at the passing over. Perhaps we shall present a synthesis of the two.
As we have discussed in this series Western Society has little preparation for the most dramatic and traumatic event that one faces in life, that which is referred to as death. This lack of preparation creates many hindrances, unnecessary difficulties in the evolutionary path of the evolving consciousness.
The entire orientation of how Western Society views the death experience needs to be altered. Death is not something to be feared. It is not something that you elude most of your life but which finally catches up with you. The death experience is a change, a necessary step in the continuing path back to the source. A healthy attitude towards the topic needs to be developed, this needs to begin at a early age.
One must analyze why we feel badly when someone we know departs physical existence. If this is analyzed it will readily be discovered that it is a personal ego oriented desires that make us feel badly about the departure of another. We will miss that person, that person is not around to be our friend or our loved one. That person cannot fulfill our needs, this is what creates the majority of the grief experience. The grief experience serves no useful purpose for either those still living or the departed one. An entire a complete reorientation of attitudes towards the death experience needs to be implemented.
Death should be viewed simply as a change, simply as an alteration another run of the ladder in the endless staircase leading back to the source. It should not be viewed as a loss or should not be viewed as a calamity; it should not be viewed as a sad experience. Physical existence is but a classroom and as with most classes they must end for a new class to take it's place.
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