I am a dream-hypnotherapist, body- mind therapist. Aiming for body-mind in alignment, inner peace, self coach and self healing is my life purposes.
Everyone will die. We are of nature to die.
No one can escape of dying.
When we believe that life changes from one form to another form.
We can do something to continue more beautiful.
When you know what death is, you become more alive.
That is the beauty of death meditation, make you think deeper and liberate you from fear of dying.
We are dying every moment
We are born, living every moment.
If we can feel our presence, we have no difficulty to know where we go when we die.
We can understand that there's no death and life, but continuing living in different forms.
Any time, past or presence, our actions, thinking, speaking, all behavior affect the the cosmos beyond our physical bodies, no matter living or death.
Master Thich enlightens me that:
Diving doesn't mean really living if we don't feel living at the presence.
Death can be another ways of living, because of our positive impact lasts in the cosmos.
It is our choice to be living or dying at this moment.
It is our choice to be continuing giving happiness, positive energy to the world.
The choice is dependent on if we choose to live in the presence.
一行禪師曾在著作《你可以不怕死》（No death, No fear）中，開示生死之道。他以一張紙為例說明：被製成紙之前，這張紙就已經存在了。
Avalokiteshvaraya, the Bodhisattva of great compassion, is the most well-known of all the Bodhisattvas in the Buddhist tradition. In Plum Village, her name is invoked as a prayer, continuously repeated for twenty minutes, in order to awaken the energy of compassion in us all and transmit it to all living beings.
When the monastics chant the name Avalokiteshvaraya, for the first time, they go back to themselves to touch the suffering inside of them. And when they chant the name for the second time they become aware of the suffering of the people around them. And when they chant it for the third time, they get in touch with the suffering of the whole world, embracing it tenderly with the energy of compassion.
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