Category: Mental Health

On Death and Dying

The Buddhists believe that:

All human life is as a person getting into a boat—on a voyage. However, the vessel has one small hole at the bottom, giving the journey an inevitable end.

This belief is not tragic, but authentic. It is realistic and conventional. The boat of human life will eventually sink. It has a beginning, middle, and end. It will eventually end when the journey is over or when we have learned enough. What everyone must accept is that:

the journey is measured.

We don’t know if:

  • our spirit had decided ahead of time how long we would stay on Earth as human—in third density bodies,
  • there is a Great power that decides for us how long we stay, or
  • if a collective consciousness decides together.

We do know, however, that the journey ceases… for some at an old age, and for others, it seems, before it has barely begun.

I recently have had a few friends make their transitions. Many I have known in this human body have gone from this world to the next. Some much too young and others from illness, and yet others have given up the body well after their physical selves had ceased to function properly. It seemed that some people have simply “willed” their existence to stay a bit longer than they intended.

I have strong inclinations about the process and have learned great lessons each time I’m faced with a death of a close friend or family member. One thing is for certain: The suffering seems to be diminishing, as I remind myself that he or she who has passed is now in a more blissful place, in my estimation, if they were on a positive path on Earth. Perhaps, some will move on to another dimension or to another existence somewhere else to learn more lessons, lessons that they didn’t quite get here on Earth. In each case, though, I’m the one who will miss his or her presence on my Earth Journey. He or she who has passed on is already growing and moving forward to a different dimension.

What I have learned recently is a great lesson:

  • When someone makes his or her transition, their presence in your life doesn’t diminish, it grows, if you’re watching and meditating;
  • When someone passes on, he or she can become your guardian in the Spirit, giving you sage advice while you dream (at least, for awhile);
  • When someone’s body ceases to function on Earth, his or her Spirit moves forward onto a paradigm unbeknownst to us; and mostly
  • When you let go of your physical body, you expand into a dimension that has many choices—both positive and negative.

Perhaps, you know this already. I just wanted to share my experience, incase you are grieving over the loss of someone close. If you have recently lost a dear friend or family member, I’m knowing this for you:

The clear choice in life is to always let go of fear. When you do, amazing things happen in your physical, mental, and spiritual lives. As you feel your intense emotions, know that a gentle voice calls you to resolution with this soul who has passed on. You were never meant to spend the rest of your life with him or her. You had a journey and a lesson plan. Now it is over. It was intense, wonderful, joyful, hard, but always real.

Now, what is yours to do is reflect on it for as long as you need.

Be with yourself. Let go and be quiet until you gain the strength you need to move forward.

Namaste.

Bo

 

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FEAR: How It Can Chain You!

“If the public were to reach a fearless state, then the international bankers and the policymakers who are running the show behind the corporations and media would no longer have the ability to control the people would no longer have the ability to dictate the flow of currency.

It is the very fact that people are paralyzed by their own fears that prevents them from doing anything productive; that prevents them from any real efforts to try to make adjustments in their lives in directions that will be most suitable for them. It is this fear that is the great limiter and there great binder; it is an anchor that locks you to the bottom of the ocean of possibility, forever to go around your loop; to go around the permitter of a circus cage.” (The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayceby Wynn Free and David Wilcock)

What struck me most about this amazing channeled passage from the Ra group was this sentence: “It is this very fact that people are paralyzed by their own fears that prevent from doing anything productive… it is an anchor that locks you to the bottom of the ocean of possibility.”

Is this not the truest statement you have read in a long time? It was for me. Fear has kept me locked from being the best I could ever be. It has kept me from opportunity after opportunity, year after year, moment after moment. It has kept me less than and poorer than I ever needed to be throughout my life.

Where does this fear come from? you might ask.

For me, I know it was a childhood of endless emotional needs and abandonment, which ultimately made me anxiously attached to everything from money to relationship. When you can’t see past your fear you end up creating a wall around your life, limiting the possibility of ever reaching past this cage around. It is this same fear that will keep you chained to your past and never let you go; unless you decide that fear can no longer rule your life.

My husband and I have been coming to the same conclusion at the same time. We pray daily—sometimes a few times a day—to be used on this Earth to create positivity in the world; for prosperity, for truth, for wisdom, for love, right relationship, and compassion for all living creatures. I believe that this continuing fellowship of our souls has led us to this truth about releasing fear. Fear has kept us bound for a long time, all of us. Fortunately, for Dave and me, we have found each other to help heal the wounds of the past.

Of course, I pray that you too find help. I know that recognizing fear before it begins to take root in your mind is the means to truly eradicate this cancer. When FEAR is completely cut out and radiated to oblivion, then and only then, will be all be able to rise up and begin to change our lives. In turn, of course, we can begin to help change the world to the positive unity that we want and deserve—a life where the lion will lay with the lamb, where compassion will not be scarce.

Trust in your soul today that you have been given the power to overcome this fear. If you need help, you know you can call me. I am trained in this kind of help. I can do this work from anywhere if you have a phone or a computer. The cost is minimal if you would want to change your life toward the positive. I know I’ve been called to help people like you, so if you don’t have the money, or can’t contribute to pay for a session, please let me know right away. The angels have asked me to help. I too am from the Ra group.

The normal cost for a session is $125 for an hour.

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CRYING HE HERO´S WORK

I used to think that crying was for sissies. Of course, that didn´t keep me from crying. It just simply convinced me that I was a sissy. “Crying,” a lovely healer friend once told me, “is like when you cut yourself. The body must cleanse the wound first by bleeding. Tears cleanse your body of toxins.”

Ever since that advice, I have let myself be as authentic as I can when it comes to emotion. This is important to finding your true self, your true life, and if you’re looking, your true love.

Pretending that everything is oKay all the time is simply a mask we wear to be respected, loved, and thought of as strong. But the truth is that no one really likes or wants a relationship with someone with no emotions.

I remember dating a man who was a real hottie. He was buff, was a father of 2 boys, worked hard, knew how to be a gentleman: but when it came to emotions, there was nothing there. Absolutely nothing.

He used to tell me: “You are the one in this relationship with emotions. One person that is as expressive as you are is enough.”

In truth, one with emotions is not enough. And the reason is NOT that 2 people with emotions will cause too much drama.

The reason is that 2 people who understand emotion and KNOW where it comes from become a balance to each other.

Life throws us curves all of the time. When one is upset, usually the other PERSON IN A BALANCED RELATIONSHIP is the strong person and compassionate as well, which is also one of the emotions the strong boyfriend didn´t have. He had some compassion, but not like someone who truly understands himself and wants to grow from the NOW.

All this to say, if you are emotional and enjoy a good cry now and again, go for it. However, to balance that, make sure that you understand why you cry and that there is peace always waiting to embrace you when you’re finished with the tears.

 

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