Facing Cognitive Impairment

We spend much of our lives working to accumulate, we purchase stuff which we are attracted to, and make collections of similar stuff to which we are attracted. We make relationships with friends who either agree with our perspective on life or which challenge us to be better persons, and in many cases friends who don’t challenge us but want us to not change, to stay as we are: stuck, addicted, dependent on stuff and habits.
We share games and distractions together: hockey, football, baseball, soccer, etc.
The glue which binds us culturally and socially is built from beliefs and values which we share, whether true or not; whether constructive or not.
Habits become the basis for daily living and soon the excitement and wonder of nature and of life dissolves and dissipates into clouds and ether, into lost words and memories and broken neural synapses.
We get old, fat, or thin, balding, forgetful, mentally and physically atrophying.
So much for life; friendships; memories; all fleeting, they all pass. They must all fade away. Eventually we all must let go of the stuff, the clutter, the distractions and face our soul, our self, and eternity.

I was witness to my mother’s slow fading away like watching a cloud dissipate leaving a blank sky like a pure blue canvas waiting for a new impression to appear. My mother became a soul trapped within a body unable to express itself through movement, speech or the eyes. She remained a prisoner in her progressively weakening body until the time when the body released its grip on her soul.

All that we have left to take with us to the next encounter is our consciousness. There remains neither optimism or pessimism; neither joy or suffering. The perception of dualism dissolves. What remains is the anticipation of what has yet to come.

All that is temporal dissolves. All that remains is the body dissipating into ash and dust. What is released is the soul, bright, pure, innocent, and vibrant with life. The soul which never fades, for it is infinite and eternal, is released to travel on towards its next incarnation or its next phase of being in the astral, mental, or causal plane depending on its state of spiritual evolution.
Blessings. namaste. We are one.


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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One Response to Facing Cognitive Impairment

  1. Pranic Roger says:

    faith in Oneness allows me to maintain optimism amidst the darkening of the skies and the extinguishing of the light, As the brain fog rolls in and the synapses of memories and recognition break all that will be left is the moment, the present moment with all its purity, joy, and bliss, free of suffering, worry, anxiety, and fear. Time for the ultimate detachment from all that is material and visible.

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