--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Edgar Owen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Always live one's life so you are ready to leave at
> a moment's notice with no attachments and everything left in
> No packed suitcases....
Easy to say but not as easy to be accomplished.
> On Oct 5, 2008, at 6:35 PM, Mayka wrote:
> > --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Anthony Wu <wuasg@> wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Here is the question: What comes after the process of death? You
> > cannot say there will be nothing, or just like sleep without a
> > I would thank God for that. But nde indicates there are a lot
> > after death. So even we can die peacefully, how do we avoid pain,
> > after death?
> > Hello Anthony;
> > You asked; "What comes after the process of death". What about if
> > you sit down and meditate about life and death?. Or just meditate
> > about the impermanence of life and death if you prefer. These are
> > the kind of things that need to be experienced by oneself alone. I
> > can only share with you some of my direct experience (insight
> > meditation and helping to die a close friend and my father) on
> > matter .
> > What comes after the body dies is a disolution of the body self.
> > self gets interbeing with other life and new forms of life starts
> > be manifested. It's as simple as that. In reality there is no
> > but just a disolution of the self body.
> > As I was saying to you it doesn't bother me much what happens
> > death but what really worries me is the process of death itself
> > not dying in peace.
> > Thanks for writing
> > Mayka
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