Accept your own death now.

By accepting our own death now we can rid ourselves of our deepest fear and begin to live life to it’s fullest with no fear of the unknown any longer. Embrace suffering and you no longer have an enemy. No enemy, no battle. Acceptance of where we are on our path of Self knowledge helps us to accept our fears and doubts about death. Listen to the fifth podcast on death and dying.

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Accept your own death now

13 thoughts on “Accept your own death now.

  1. thank you. I have been so very freighted. I do not want to accept or confront the pain and eventually dying of cancer. And that is the problem. the failure to accept the inevitable. I will print this affirmation and read it regularly.

  2. Hello Berti,

    I was wondering if you listened to the podcast about accepting you own death and
    if so did it help you in anyway? I’m here if you need to talk about anything
    and I would like to help in anyway I can.

    yours in service


  3. I may have been infected with hiv, may have not, even if not, it has allowed me to look at the fact that I am going to die at some point. I have repressed any thinking about it and have always pushed it aside and thought of it to happen far into the future. It may happen sooner or later. However I too am dealing with accepting death and suffering in general. There is not a single day that goes by where I don’t have pain and nausea from my IBS. The anxiety with the contemplation of death because of this possible infection has placed the notion of death into the light of perception.

    Your audio has been somewhat helpful. I must focus on accepting death and suffrage.

  4. i have recently been in a motor vehicle accedent and am doing poorly with massive chest pains and lower back pains… i found my self blaming and wondering why i must go through this… whats the point. your tape has provided me with some serious reflection and has truly helped me with my out look of future events to come. your tape has strippen the fear off the tip of my tounge and given me some peace of mind in a dier situation. truly deeply…
    thank you
    if you could see me, you could see the tears of joy that come from just the
    fact that im not alone in my journey

  5. It seems the last 5 years life has been such a struggle, dealing with breast cancer, being alone, taking care of my adult son. And just when I think that things are going to get better. I am informed that I have a bone marrow problem. I have not received all the information yet, but it appears to be pre-leukemia.

  6. Thanks, I’m healthy at the moment but for some reason the last two weeks I have thought I had pancreatic cancer, thyroid cancer, stomach cancer, Parkinson’s disease………to name a few. It started with the death of my wife’s sister at 32 years of age two weeks ago. I’m going to live without fear and enjoy the time I have left in this world.

    To the other people who have posted, it sounds like your fears are more legitimate and I wish you strength to get through this life.

    Thanks again.

  7. Thank you for this. For the past 2 years I have been experiencing something very strange. I am only 29 years old, but I began to have experiences of oneness with a greater, infinite, outside energy. In comparison, this world became dark and artificial, as if it were a painful illusion meant to imprison my consciousness. In these moments, I am certain that life is a dream, and I begin to feel this “lightness” (as if I am not only lightweight, but also made of light) and I can feel myself slipping up out of my physical body, which is heavy and full of pain.

    I become afraid, though, and the immensity of the whole experience is overwhelming. I feel as if I am about to become one with everything, and the boundlessness of it all is frightening. Apart from fear, I am also held here by my attachment; part of me believes, or wants to believe, that this is in fact real and that there is love and happiness to be found here in this world, but my inability to make deep and heartfelt human connections make me wonder…

    I don’t know what is happening, though parts of your podcast spoke to me and brought tears to my eyes. Thank you.

  8. I am 21 years old and I’m not dying, but it’s the biggest fear I have. The thought of no longer existing and not knowing what comes after death, sends me into panic attacks. I want to accept the fact that one day I am going to die, I just don’t know how.

  9. Thank you, I have thought of this a lot lately… it is part of life. The circle must be accepted or face crippling fear and missing the moments now.

    Thank you


  10. The strangest thing happened to me listening this…I could have sworn only 3 minutes passed and few words spoken. I was sure I missed something and could not be sober. It had been a long day of self sadness. I have an anxiety disorder and recently have had some physical problems that are new and scare me. My mind has jumped to the end and after a day of worrying about death and going on the net I was brought here. I just sat in silence for the first time all day listening to this cast and felt some calm. Thank you.

  11. I have not listened to the podcast as yet,but will do so. I am 67 years old, male, retired Navy specops, and in December 2016, was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme level 4. I was given 6 weeks to one year of life, and friends, the oncologists and nurses are amazed that I have calmly accepted that I will die. During my Naval career, I stood on that cliff many times, but this is the one time I am unable to step away. I have been undergoing radiation and chemotherapy since 3 January and have 11 more days of treatment.
    I have cried one time about my diagnosis…the day the oncologist told me the diagnosis and that it was going to kill me. If the treatment does not work well, I will not pursue more, because I am more concerned with quality of life than quantity. Even with the nausea, weight loss (38lbs), I’m still enjoying each day as it comes, and plan on continuing to do so after treatment. My wife and I are more intensely aware of our time together.
    No, I am not afraid of death…we are all going to die someday. In my case, that day is going to come a bit quicker…it is what it is.
    I have accepted it. I tell people who say they’re sorry, to not be, because I’m not,

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