Do Not Fear Death — It Feels Like Waking From A Dream

Do Not Fear Death — It Feels Like Waking From A Dream

Death is called the great unknown — but it isn’t. If you have ever woken from a dream, especially a deep dream where you find yourself living the life of another person, then you pretty much already know what death feels like. This is because death is far more a spiritual experience than a physical one. Birth and death are both a state of transition where consciousness moves its focus from one reality to another. In this, it is important to understand that reality is not a place — it is a state of consciousness.

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You Are Not Physical — You Are That Which Perceives Physicality

You Are Not Physical — You Are That Which Perceives Physicality

This text is an advanced — but astonishing — topic that gets increasingly esoteric and mind-expanding as it unfolds. It explores the idea that physicality is not an external, separate, objective, outer thing but is, instead, a sensation created by our senses which is a subjective translation of what is being perceived (not an objective measurement).

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The Earth Is An Illusion — But So Is Everything

The Earth Is An Illusion — But So Is Everything

To us, the experience of self and other is just how it is. We rarely consider that reality could be experienced in different ways. From the perspective of unembodied consciousness, what we experience here is wholly unique and profound. This kind of physical-temporal reality is a revolution in beingness. Embodiment is a treasure that consciousness gives to itself. The illusion of physical-matter occupying space within a linear time-stream is one of the most amazing creations / experiences in existence.

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You Are Eternal-Consciousness (AKA God): How We Are All One Consciousness

You Are Eternal-Consciousness (AKA God): How We Are All One Consciousness

The unconsciousness of sleep bookends, and thereby defines, each day of our consciousness. This is despite our experience continuing as we sleep, but in a fashion that is beyond the clear recall (and comprehension) of our daily awareness. What we call the unconsciousness of sleep is a part of our undivided, full-spectrum experience of consciousness that we are perceptually separated from when embodied. In the same way that your experience of consciousness does not cease when you sleep, it equally continues between lives.

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