Prior to addressing it, let us get to know death. And prior to that, life
So, what is life, afterlife, and death?
Is life a magical, an illogical ‘out of the air’ crappy nonsense given us by a fair-skinned, white-bearded, senile old male sitting someplace up there in an illusory biblical heaven – a mere six thousand years ago, with us having nary a say?
Or is life absolutely nothing but a non-life chemical interaction, of dead matter playing footsie with each other, after a teeny-weeny huge bang a couple of billion years ago – as the contemporary so-called clinical and an atheistic lot presume sans, an apology or a prayer, hi?
Are life and death separate from each other?
Additionally, are they all inseparable or one, as the mystics state.
That life is not a couple of thousand years of ages, is proven For this reason, it might be stated that the fancy of a biblical god Jehovah or the Islamic divine being Allah, do not hold sway beyond this time little table. And since by means of carbon dating etc., life or presence has now been clinically shown to be billions upon billions of years old, the Judeo-Christian-Islamic lore and lord might well be a figment of imagination of restricted minds, and closed hearts
As far as popular science and its pompous atheist fans are worried, it is their blind belief that life or presence or this universe that we see here with our physical senses, it presumably stemmed owing to a little ‘big bang’ about 14 billion years earlier.
However, it has actually been drawn out in the open by the Nobel laureate, physicist Hannes Alfvén, that the ‘big bang’ was just a far fetched fancy of a Catholic priest, Abbe Georges Lemaître, who was also a researcher. And that it was simply an imaginative theory taken out of thin air, and magically put forward as a clinical fact. This confession was secured by Alfven from Lemaitre, at the really place and point when this abracadabra was fancifully drawn out in front of the public by the latter.
Hence, science too has no answer, as to from where life comes, or whither it goes.
In reality, science has no conclusive answer, or a confirmatory clue about life in fact is!
Now, that leaves us with just the freemystics of the world, specifically those from India, who insist this universe or presence is an unlimited oneness, and it only seems to be this or that owing to a mistaken and due to the fact that of amisguided dual-consciousness
” There is no logical reason to question that deep space has actually existed indefinitely, for an unlimited time.” ~ Hannes Alfven [Nobel Physicist]
That all ‘this’ that we are seeing ‘here’ and presume to be ‘that’ someplace ‘out there’, is however an endlessness of a unified entire sans the possibility of divisibility. So is the assertion of the sages of India.
What it indicates is that the name-form that we believe we are, or presume, and are empirically conscious that the ‘others’ too are, similarly so – well, all are seen to be separate entities owing to a relentless impression of the senses, within the confines of One Awareness
It is self-discovered, within the awareness, in higher meditation by the sages, yogis, sufis and other such freemystics that the life-composition or the soul-substratum or the quintessence of all things, sentient or insentient, is however One
” There is no sort of structure within which we can find consciousness in the plural; this is simply something we construct due to the fact that of the temporal plurality of individuals, but it is an incorrect building and construction” ~ Erwin Schrodinger [1933 Nobel Prize Physicist]
Hence, at the end of Self Awareness, the entire of presence is found to be an infinite indivisibility
All a Whole is. And this whole-some unbroken oneness is without a second.
In other words, an immanent ‘One’ – a Singular Mindful Alive-ness is self-realized to be the everything-ness and all-ness of the Whole Is the essential vital-essence of all existence.
An ever-alive oneness, an eternally merged ‘IS-NESS’ is the Essence of All That Is
Simply put, there is no life or death at the End
Simply One Whole is. As say, the waves in the ocean become absolutely nothing but the source – water itself. Similarly, there is no this-that-ness in the outright truth and in the ultimate reality.
A primitive permanence is the immanence at Beginning and the End
From this One Infinite Awareness of a Unified Whole, the dual-consciousness of being a this or a that or ‘i-me-you-them’ emanates.
As an illusory shadow of the Source
Seek the Source, and the shadow disappears. As if it never was. Akin the snake in the rope, that in the night appeared like a snake. On awakening, in the light of the day, it is found to be an impression.
So is this life. Similar is death. An illusion. Seen just in duality, gone in unity.
“ I concern consciousness as fundamental. I relate to matter as acquired from awareness” ~ Max Planck[Nobel Prize in Physics, 1918]
Now, relating to feeling or not feeling discomfort in death – well, in duality-consciousness, the discomfort is felt
In unity-consciousness, nothing but an eternity of tranquil oneness
From self-experience of the freemystics, it may be informed that throughout the paranormal and supra regular metaphysical ‘occurring’ – of the separation of the ‘is-ness’ of life from the body-consciousness of being the applicant – no discomfort is felt
In fact, it is a marvelous experience. As say, one would feel in one’s normal daily life while witnessing a wonderful minute – of an unexpected look of a stunning mountainous terrain, a heavenly holy website, or an amazing scenery and so on
The “ coming back” from One Mindful Wholeness of Allness of Oneness – that is, from the Buddha self-experience of the END REALITY – is likewise painless
Once Again, and in truth, is in harmony priceless!
This is why one should look for and so discover, then, live and after that so pass away in Oneness Just in such a circumstance one could picture death to be painless, in its aftermath too.
For, having not self-realized Oneness, the dual-consciousness of the name-form entity seeks to birth once again. And therefore, may well remain open to the duality ridden experience of discomfort, after death too
Seek the Grace of That Which Is.
In so doing, this ‘It’ of All That Is might well rid among this vicious cycle of life, death, and renewal. Of pain, sadness, joy, and then again, unhappiness. ~_~