Fear of Dying
If you ever plan to visit Europe, be sure to put Brno (Czech Republic) on your list.
There is an old crypt located beneath the church at the Capuchin Square which holds about twenty mummified corpses.
Amazingly, due to the good geological structure of soil and system of air-holes, it was possible to preserve those corpses, now in full display, in the underground of the church to the present-day.
When you enter the crypt, there is a warning in Latin, “Tu Fui, Ego Eris” which translated into English says “What You Are, I Was. What I Am, You Will Be”.
Take a moment and think about that.
Death and physical decay is an experience that awaits all material things.
It is simply a matter of time.
Nothing material can escape death.
However, there are some important question we need to ask ourselves.
Is death really the opposite of Life, or is it simply an integral part of Life?
Who is the one that dies in the end?
Who is the one that fears death?
You see, we all have this fear of dying in us.
Fear of dying is, in reality, the root cause of all our fears.
Consciously or subconsciously, we all want to escape death and dying.
We want to escape the great disappearing.
So we resist, we run away and hide, we occupy our minds and our lives with trivial experiences (good or bad) in a desperate attempt to outrun death and escape dying.
And how is that working out?
Is it really possible to outrun death?
How many of us expect to be living in this car-cases for the next 100 years?
Or even next 50 years?
Instead of fighting this battle we cannot win, trying to keep this car-case safe and secure forever, why don’t we get smart and release the fear of dying right now?
After all it is the last thing that we need to let go in order to become totally free, the last thing directly enslaving us to a separate and limited ego mind.
I remember my first tele-course with Larry. He asked me what is my goal, and I responded that I would like to become fearless.
He said, “Oh that is easy, all you need to do is release all your fears!”.
And now years later, I can see that he was absolutely right.
I have experienced that I can release the fear of dying just like any other fear.
And I also experienced that by releasing, I get to be happier and lighter, as well as more courageous, accepting and in peace.
Releasing fear of dying in a peaceful environment, supported by a group of like-minded individuals dedicated to Step 1 of the Method, only makes the whole process quicker and more enjoyable.
When you release the fear of dying you will be releasing a TON of subconscious garbage and AGFLAP.
And you will be going straight for the root.
You will be taking the bull by the horns.
Imagine the improvements in your life when you let go of this ultimate fear.
Imagine the freedom.
Imagine the imperturbability.
What will you be able to do?
How will you be able to live?
I am sure you can recognize that by letting this fear go your life will improve immensely.
And that is exactly what we will be doing at our 7-Day Final Step Retreat, which will be held May 26 – June 1, 2018 at the Granlibakken Conference Center & Lodge in Lake Tahoe, CA.
We will be letting go all our fears and AGFLAP.
We will go all the way.
We will take the Final Step.
This advanced course is for graduates and serious releasers only.
So if you are ready to drop your fears once and for all, I advise you to check out all the details and reserve your spot at our 7-Day Final Step Retreat web-page or call our Los Angeles office at 1 (818) 385-0611, Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM.
Looking forward seeing old, as well as the new members of the “Grateful dead” RT club!