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Changing Your Face: What It’s Like to Die

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Changing Your Face

According to tradition, the Buddha’s dying words were (freely translated): “all compounds are perishable.”
It was not man’s immortal spirit he meant. Rather, Buddha was pointing to the temporary physical, passionate, personal and psychic parts of us.

Our deathless spirit uses sensory and physical vehicles merely as instruments of expression in every new ly minted life.

Functionally linked those parts are temporary and are separated from each other at death. They are reduced to their primal elements, like the fuel of a fire, recycled and returned back to Universal Nature, their primal state.

The process is entirely natural, the recycling of renewable substances of evolution, of the temporal forces and materials required for an earthly body:

“Dust thou art,” states Genesis (3:19), “and unto dust thou shalt return”— referring to those perishable parts of man’s complex construction.

By contrast, in a dream, “the Spirit of man is free,” as the occult teaching of the Brihad Aranyaka Upanishad (13) declared, “and naught adheres to the Spirit.”

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Death is Sleep

Mme. Blavatsky agreed with the Upanishads, and explains in the Key to Theosophy (109) that “death ever comes to our spiritual selves as a deliverer and friend.” And for the average mortal, “it will be a dream as vivid as life, and full of realistic bliss and visions.”

Even for the materialist, who, “notwithstanding his materialism, was not a bad man, the interval between the two lives will be like the unbroken and placid sleep of a child,” Blavatsky wrote.

“As the man at the moment of death has a retrospective insight into the life he has led, so, at the moment he is reborn on to earth. He has a prospective vision of the life which awaits him and realizes all the causes that have led to it.

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Chasing Dreams

“He realizes them and sees futurity, because it is between [the bliss filled after-death dream state called] Devachan and re-birth, that the Ego regains his full [spiritual mind] manasic consciousness, and re-becomes for a short time the god he was —before he first descended into matter and incarnated in flesh, in compliance with Karmic law.”

“The ‘golden thread’ sees all its ‘pearls’ and misses not one of them.” – H. P. Blavatsky

“I repeat it: death is sleep. After death, before the spiritual eyes of the soul begins a performance according to a programme learnt and very often unconsciously composed by ourselves: the practical carrying out of correct beliefs or of illusions which have been created by ourselves. The Methodist will be Methodist, the Mussulman a Mussulman, at least for some time — in a perfect fool’s paradise of each man’s creation and making.

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“These are the post-mortem fruits of the tree of life. Naturally, our belief or unbelief in the fact of conscious immortality is unable to influence the unconditioned reality of the fact itself, once that it exists; but the belief or unbelief in that immortality as the property of independent or separate entities, cannot fail to give colour to that fact in its application to each of these entities. Now do you begin to understand it?”

(H. P. Blavatsky, The Key to Theosophy, Section 9,
“What is Really Meant by Annihilation
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New Healing Discovery: Induced After Death Communication

mom-and-babeTHE anxiety illness known as Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is believed, according to Wikipedia, to be “caused by the experience of a wide range of traumatic events.”

“Persons considered at risk include combat military personnel, victims of natural disasters, concentration camp survivors, and victims of violent crime. Individuals not infrequently experience ‘survivor’s guilt‘ for remaining alive while others died.”

Lifelong PTSD is also induced in infants and children who at varying ages experience “separation anxiety,” the real or imagined loss of an important parental figure, even if only for a few seconds. Usually the focus person is the child’s mother, as explained in the book Babies Need Mothers by Dr. Clancy McKenzie.

In a short video talk found at Waking our Inner Dream God, Dr. McKenzie claims PTSD (schizophrenia) is unnecessary, and explains the origin, mechanism, treatment and prevention of the disorder. You can also access Dr. McKenzie’s Programmed Dreams system.

Dr. McKenzie has not known “anyone to receive a wrong answer or one that is morally corrupt.” He concludes from this that “the answers are coming from a higher source, and that the programmed dream might be similar to prayer – but with a refined technique for receiving the answer.” Click on the link below to view or save the .pdf file to your computer:

Programmed Dreams

babies need mothersImages of dis-empowering thoughts and feelings “are being made from day to day,” W. Q. Judge wrote giving the occult law underlying their power over us  (Ocean of Theosophy, Ch. 12). With this law “every thought combines instantly with one of the elemental forces of nature, becoming to that extent an entity … and all of these are inseparably connected with the being who evolved them.”

Entrenched fears, sadness and guilt feelings in our life can set us up for both psychological and physical illnesses, but as will be shown these can be completely removed and put behind us.

compassionVarious therapies, in addition to the substantial benefits accrued from genuine meditation, yoga and spiritual practices, have been developed in the last decades. The most powerful methods actively in use, not relying on hypnosis or psychic healers, are EFT Tapping, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy).

Adding insights of his own from Dr. Raymond Moody’s studies of near death experiences, psychotherapist Dr. Allan Botkin developed Induced After Death Communication (IADC), an even more effective therapy for grief and trauma, one that has helped thousands of people. In this interview with Bob Olsen of Afterlife TV, Dr. Botkin discusses the new therapy he discovered for grief and trauma.

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Death No Fear

????????????VETERANS of near-death experiences, writes Dr. W. R. Morrow, “found that death is not to be feared.”

“They have all been to the edge, looked over, and afterwards lived out their lives with an optimistic attitude.”

Theosophy concurs in H. P. Blavatsky who wrote: “death comes to our spiritual selves ever as a deliverer and friend,” (The Key to Theosophy, p.161.)

“This extensive ‘research,’ if it gives any proof at all, gives evidence of a universal heaven,” says Morrow, “the same comforting near-death vision for everyone reporting!”

“Interestingly, recent analysis by researcher Dr. Jeffrey Long of 1,200 reported cases of the near-death phenomenon shows remarkable similarities across cultures, continents, and religions,” Morrow notes. “All were pleasant and reassuring.”  

“Many in the religious community will not accept a God like this who provides no separation of the sheep and the goats, but personally I like this hint of a loving embrace when I go.”

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Dr. William Morrow is a Florida licensed marriage and family therapist with offices in Cape Coral and Fort Myers. Learn more at: http://www.williamrmorrow.com. Email wmorrowmft@embarqmail.com

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