Day 583: Revisiting Death

Fascinating reaction from my previous blog. I know that asking these questions will probably be viewed as disrespect and that I am mad for having such questions exist in me. Reading it over, I’ve only expressed my curiosity about the circumstances, and not presented a palpable view on death. A view that can be measured and experimented with that according to my calculations, form the basic views of how any human should live if their goal is to bring peace to their relationships, and physically practically bring peace to Earth. I have high aspirations for myself in this blog.

Death is certain, there’s seldom such a certainty such as death. You born, you begin, you’ll die, there’ll be an end. And the end was placed at the beginning. I subscribe to the belief that every single thing you do in the mind, reflects in the physical state of your body, how many pimples you have, every hair on the head is counted. Our mind is a direct product of our environment, culture, family, education. Our uncontrollable desires are the product of the environment, other people’s words, our chosen past, but this choice acts on an events horizon meaning events take place that force you to do things. So there is the idea that there exist within each of us a programmed tendency, proven by how the same event can influence people differently. This programmed tendency is what Desteni calls the preprogramming, that apparently the primary patterns or tendencies were installled during the first 7 years of a child’s life. But whether you believe or not is irrelevant, there exist a tendency in each one, that if you only share conversation with a few of the older group this tendency tends to dominate in all of everything a person does. Think of this primary tendency as a seed implanted into your consciousness. Having walked my life I can see that in spite of my idea of free choice, it was only an experience. The critical moments of my life I abdicated to my feeling, it’s the accepted event of doing what feels right to you. But this tendency, now a feeling right, it was suggested that this tendency does something very extremely specific. In my life, it gave a feeling of control but consistently laid the foundation mindset that always led to consequences in my life. Consistently negative consequences for the critical moments of my life, and consistently positive irrelevant experiences sparsely populated throughout my life. The control was an illusion, meanwhile the feeling was physically practically influencing me to do things a specific way, and I haven’t looked but it feels like the same thing repeats.

I don’t know you, but I see how my tendency will create a future that is never what I choose, but is according to a program. Meaning it rinses and repeats the same inner experience, with physical manifested consequences that I don’t know what it is, but I know is like a seed growing according to its design. It’s not a beautiful point. The tendency alludes to some unresolved issues that I’m constantly trying to ‘make right’, validate. It reminds me of how demons were described by Bernard, possessed by a memory and the memory repeats itself, you constantly create similar circumstances and make the same mistakes. That is what I’m interested in first of all, because I know if I don’t face whatever it is, it will dominate. My choices were already made null and void by this tendency. It will make my choices null and void to infinity. I don’t think anyone wants to end up ill and dying, but that’s what I’m saying to myself alone when I wait. See how this tendency relates to death?
We’re a seed that’s unfolding according to its design. Not learning anything, because we repeat the same cycles, no real choice because you know what takes over at the critical decision making, but constantly stimulated. Stimulated always to choose the path of least resistance, indicating a program, to feel that all is right and good, to embrace self interest, to not change. What does this have to do with how to view death?

Death is a transition. How can you believe that the who you are that is untouchable ends abruptly at death and you get to slap your hands together and say I’m done. If that were real, this God is really irresponsible and really doesn’t care about what happens on Earth. And what does it say about you if you act as if this is true? This view encourages us to forgive ourselves for wreaking havoc in people’s lives and physical environments without any self honesty. As a belief it doesn’t serve you, doesn’t serve other people, but you’ll find people that will still try. I’m inclined to if I am going to believe something, I might as well believe in something that encourages me to physically practically measurably be a better human being. Not the opposite!

I think I will be stuck with my own nature as tendency in the world we go to at death, and forced to see everything I resisted seeing, that I could get away with on Earth, but I cannot get away with after death. The futility in escaping your own judgment. It’s my nature, I expect myself to be equally smart as my deception, if not more.

So if I define death as a transition, the question is, am I willing to face my nature here or in the afterlife? Either way I’m forced to self honesty and self responsibility. I expect nothing less from a being as great as myself. That part of me that is aware of every single thing I did.

So I’m saying there’s a responsible way of viewing death, and what you believe about death is only a reflection of your nature. What any of us believe about death can’t possibly decide what death is. But it reflects the decision you’re making as a being, and no matter what you do, it’s clear to see by anyone that isn’t you.

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About Kasper Kwan

Currently supporting myself in the process of establishing my words in the physical principles of Oneness and Equality. Had to start this process because I have allowed and accepted my words to be established in the mental idea of self-interest/greed, and only realised this recently.
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