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Fear of Death is Fear of Life

I heard this phrase recently on a podcast by Bella Lively on her Lively Show. She was working with a woman and helping her connect to her inner voice regarding a fear of being in the physical body. Interestingly, this woman had a hard time loving her body and grounding into it but also had a fear of death. She was stuck in limbo.


Fear of death IS fear of life. Fear of life is fear of death. Death and life go hand in hand like summer and winter.


In my QHHT work, I help people see deaths in past lives. These journeys are significant for the people I am working with and have a profound effect on their lives. Witnessing death in my own past live journeys has had a profound effect on my own life too. And don't worry, safety is built into the process. No one is ever harmed in any way..physically, mentally, spiritually. Some deaths are more violent but most are peaceful with people passing of old age in their sleep.


One woman recently said at the moment of death: ''It's so beautiful. It's so easy. The light is over there on the other side of the room. I can see the Old Woman from my past. I can just go when I am ready. Oohh...it's not scary at all. It's so beautiful.''


Accepting that we are going to die allows us to be MORE in our bodies. We get a true sense of how temporary our journey on Earth truly is. We get to fully come into the body so that we can 'make the most of it'. This may sound cliché but it's true. If we fear death, if we fear leaving the body, if we fear losing our loved ones, the fear will get in the way of the reality we are experiencing in the present moment.


It would be like spending Summer fearing the arrival of Winter! (And some do!)


One woman recently said at the moment of death: ''It's so beautiful. It's so easy. The light is over there on the other side of the room. I can see the Old Woman from my past. I can just go when I am ready. Oohh...it's not scary at all. It's so beautiful.''


Another client skipped over the moment of death. In most sessions, if the client is in a past life, we will visit the moment of death. There are often important realization a person makes in their final moments and these can be helpful to the current life experience. I took this person back to the moment of death and sure enough it was sudden and traumatic. We visited the story gently, with lots of love an slowness. The messages that came through allowed for tremendous healing and perspective. I will write more on this specific case soon.


QHHT is a great way to face our fears of death and get more understanding about it entails. You can try a one on one session, group session or read books about others' experiences.



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