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The Dying Process & Moksha (Liberation Upon Death) - Sri Bhagavan

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Published on Jul 5, 2011

In March 2013, Sri Bhagavan was asked about what we should say to someone who is about to pass but is afraid of dying. He said, "You should talk to him or her (paraphr.):

The Light can never judge you. The Light loves you and is welcoming you. When you meet with the Light, become ONE with the Light."


If you ask for liberation (moksha), the beauty is that no matter what has happened in your life, the Light cannot say "no"!

Sri Amma Bhagavan


View also "Celebrate This Life" for more insights: http://youtu.be/--OmBoJsOY0

The following are a few more voices on this subject:


Dying is easy,
believe me, it's like
blissful dreaming.
Vast becomes the space --
in shorelessly drifting felicity
you give yourself back
to the Primal Ocean.

Ephides


Life -- still, soft and crystal clear,
Dies laughing as it finds its source.
Death -- smiling, sheds a happy tear,
Discovering that it's life, of course.

Liz Jones


Nobody dies, death means finished; for example, a drop of water when it evaporates has become infinite.
There is no death for anything, everything finishes to become infinite.

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj


At death there is only liberation. It's just more chic to see liberation while you're alive.

Max Furlaud


Everything that comes from birth undoes itself in liberation.

Jen Smith


Die before you die and be completely dead. Then do whatever you want; it's all good.

Wu Men


Here. You are there already. You are in Nirvana. You are like a fish claiming it is thirsty. You are right in the middle of it. Here. Here.

Janwillem van de Wetering


Empty yourself of everything. Let the mind rest at peace.
The ten thousand things rise and fall while the Dao watches their return. They grow and flourish and then return to the source. Returning to the source is silence, which is the way of nature.

Lao Tzu


All things emerge from that silence and return to that silence. You, too, would eventually merge into that silence from which you emerged in the first instance.

Sri Bhagavan


Beings were unmanifest in the beginning.
They become manifest between birth and death.
On death they again become unmanifest.

Sri Krishna


Everything ends in mystery.

Heraclitus


More about Oneness at http://www.onenessuniversity.org/
Oneness Meditation and Awakened Deeksha online schedule: http://www.onewithlife.se/om/ (scroll down to select your time zone)
About Oneness Meditation: http://onenessuniversity.org/index.ph...

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