The Death Problem? – Alan Watts, Jason Silva

 

Emris Blanco

 When humans are aware of their own immortality they cease to be afraid of dying. For this to happen one has only to embrace death, if anyone manage this challenge long before the moment of death, One has the opportunity to see life with the innocence of a child once again, and again, and again…depending in how many times One is capable of killing his/her own ego or reset his/her own mind. Current medicine treat people’s symptoms and helps them not to die, but does very little to teach them how to heal and to fully live. Believe me. I know.
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 The question isn’t whether or not “life” exists after death, the question is whether we as people are alive before “death” and not just living diminished lives as a result of our ego’s mortal fear of death which impacts our underlying prospects and attitude towards everything while human. The problem it solves is living in fear of death, when this is overcome we can move on with actually living consciously and appreciating existence as a magnificent experience of play, instead of subjecting each other to a primitive and unconscious game of my ego versus yours in a socioeconomic system that is addicted to the most meaningless, trivial, and dis-empowering themes – and all for the sake of easing our existential anxiety with respect to resource acquisition and death.A truly conscious species would never live the way we are living as it would not value such unconscious attachments, it would value making the most of the human experiment and treating one another as manifestations of the same divine will to embody a diversity of evolving forms.

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The Death Problem? – Alan Watts, Jason Silva

Emris Blanco

 When humans are aware of their own immortality they cease to be afraid of dying. For this to happen one has only to embrace death, if anyone manage this challenge long before the moment of death, One has the opportunity to see life with the innocence of a child once again, and again, and again…depending in how many times One is capable of killing his/her own ego or reset his/her own mind. Current medicine treat people’s symptoms and helps them not to die, but does very little to teach them how to heal and to fully live. Believe me. I know.

 

 

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 The question isn’t whether or not “life” exists after death, the question is whether we as people are alive before “death” and not just living diminished lives as a result of our ego’s mortal fear of death which impacts our underlying prospects and attitude towards everything while human. The problem it solves is living in fear of death, when this is overcome we can move on with actually living consciously and appreciating existence as a magnificent experience of play, instead of subjecting each other to a primitive and unconscious game of my ego versus yours in a socioeconomic system that is addicted to the most meaningless, trivial, and dis-empowering themes – and all for the sake of easing our existential anxiety with respect to resource acquisition and death.

A truly conscious species would never live the way we are living as it would not value such unconscious attachments, it would value making the most of the human experiment and treating one another as manifestations of the same divine will to embody a diversity of evolving forms.

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