Role of pain in dying


it is sad that for many people dying who have been dominated by their fears during living time, that for them their only reality will be the accompaniment of fears and expectations of what is to come after death, having been culturally conditioned to beliefs in eternal pain and suffering. The image of redemption or freedom from suffering may not be present. Then there are those who, not believing in soul or eternity, will leave this body alone, detached, resolute in their belief that death will bring the end of suffering and pain. Others, on the other hand, have visions of heavenly bliss and comfort and freedom from pain and suffering accompanied by loved ones and they greet death, not as a sentence but as a liberation and a surrender. The ability to have control over emotions and mind to be able to overcome pain while dying is achievable with soulful presence and faith in the soul’s eternal being. Some say that we die as we have lived- so to die peacefully we have to live peacefully. Let’s make peace our first priority and use love as our means of achieving this end.

I forgot to mention that pain is an aspect of manifestation of the fire element which is purification in preparation for the journey towards the astral plane.The secret is to embrace the sensation of it towards eternal surrender and transformation.

The key is not to overcome pain but to accept and embrace it as a neurological alarm to become present to our lives and to surrender to the movement of life through our energy centers to become transformed into beings of eternal light and love. The insistence of viewing pain as a negative and element which must be suppressed by drugs draws us away from being conscious. As we are present to those who are dying we are faced with the contemporary western medical model of pain suppression at the expense of consciousness. We always have the choice of whether to choose pain over loss of consciousness to embrace the transformation and purification of our beings as we transition towards our astral home.

Often times the choice of medicating the dying person is made by family members and medical staff to suppress the vocal and noisy side effects of painful expressions and experiences which accompany the process of transition from this material plane. We are controlled by fears and lower chakra energies,and directed by the cultural conditioning from which we have repressed the expression of pain vocally throughout our lives. Generally we are afraid of pain and perceive another’s pain as suffering which must be suppressed or repressed, usually with drugs, pain-killers and sedatives. This choice is not to the advantage of the person which is transitioning but principally to console the family members and medical staff which are assisting the transition process. An environment of peaceful prayer and energetic support is what is needed at this time. The expression of pain is a purification process removing blockages and resistances to the flow of eternal energy through the body which must be allowed to proceed to assist transition. It must not be suppressed or repressed.
Blessings in love and light to all.

Namaste.

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About Pranic Roger

I have been developing my healing skills since 1998 and have been on a personal purification journey and free from substance dependency since 1989 following twenty-three years of dependency to nicotine and alcohol. I operate a fee-for-service healing facility and utilize deep-tissue massage techniques and pranic healing techniques to remove blockages to healing and surrender, and expulsion of negative energy thought forms and entities from the body, chakras, and aura. My website is: http://www.healingmassage.ca. The secondary website for more information about energy work is :http://www.pranichealing.ca, and www.pranichealingmb.com That's what goes on when I'm not outside nurturing my garden which occurs from April to November.
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