When I die, I want there to be a grand celebration in the spirit realm. I want to be able to review this life with my team of spiritual advisors feeling good about all we accomplished together. To die well is to live well.

We’ll be dead much longer than we’re alive. Do we live like each day might be our last? Or squander all opportunities? Are we so scared of death that we forget to really live?

Will we awaken to the truth only when we’re dead? Or can we figure it out while we’re still breathing?

XIII. Death represents transformation more than physical death. It’s a doorway into the mysteries of life. A chance to step beyond the veil that keeps us trapped in our illusions of what it means to be alive. Death is an invitation to undergo a spiritual transformation and see what you’ll discover on the other side.

Death reminds us our days here are numbered and judgment awaits at the end of this journey. There are many things that can only be done while we’re embodied on this planet. Do them while you can.

The time machines cannot change fate.

Freedom is found by surrendering fear of the unknown. Shine a light into the darkness to see death for what it truly is: a new beginning.

Overcoming fear of death is the path to freedom.

I have died a thousand ego deaths to get to where I am.

Guns N’ Roses – November Rain
Grateful Dead – Throwing Stones
iamnotshane – Afterlife
Cat Stevens – Where Do the Children Play? (Harold and Maude Soundtrack)
Cat Stevens – Trouble (Harold and Maude Soundtrack)
Rob Thomas – I Am an Illusion
Pat Benatar – Hit Me With Your Best Shot
Diva Dance from The Fifth Element
Metallica – Nothing Else Matters
Savoy and Bright Lights – The Wolf
Bette Midler – Wind Beneath My Wings
iamnotshane – Play Good Music at My Funeral