Tag: death

A test to check your level of identification with the body

enlight's picture

*** Important Note: This spiritual technique, though enormously beneficial, might be too extreme for certain people due to the hard emotions that might arise during the practice of this technique. It is intended to be used only by advanced seekers. Do not run this test in case you are not sure you are emotionally stable, balanced and strong enough. This test is not recommended for people with mental problems or/and extreme fear of death. In case you feel that the emotions experienced are too strong, stop the test immediately and continue later, in moderate stages ***

Death and then what.......

Ravi's picture

Introduction From Wanda Pratnicka

Throwing clutter as a practice to face our death

solomon's picture

Throwing clutter is one of the hardest things to do.

Death in Bangalore

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My old friend from Canada, Mel, died last Saturday while participating in an intensive retreat with Paramahansa Nithyananda in Bangalore. He fell off a balcony and was killed instantly.

The Mystery of Death

jasdir singh jaura's picture

Death is the greatest enigma in life. It has baffled humankind from times out of mind. And yet despite all attempts to solve the , it has remained as mysterious as ever before. The Saints ...

Betting on spirituality

atlantis's picture

When your life ends
and you have to sum it up
will it be
I didn't do it
I did it big time?

I didn't do it
because I didn't spend enough time and energy

Kundalini: aborted Suicide of Self

genep's picture

there is no Death,
Suicide is the best there is.

The Hindus of old called this Suicide Samadhi.

These Hindus of old explained their Samadhi with what we today call Nonduality, Advaita.


Marthoma's picture

"Seek, and you shall find."


Is standard, secure and healthy life a good life?

suzi's picture

"Early to rise, early to bed, and be healthy, wealthy and dead."

This is a remarkable proverb.

Death's suicide: Self-realization

genep's picture

Life is foreplay for death.
Self-realization is its suicide.

The day we are born we are exactly like death:
we have no identity --
without an identity we are as good as dead.