It is said that the next frontier is the exploration of consciousness and that the material world may reflect only small portions of the universe. Often the death of someone we love shifts reality as we’ve known it and brings forth an opening just wide enough for us to begin seeking a deeper truth, a multi-dimensional one. This inquiry can take us closer to a more expansive understanding of our own timeless consciousness. These most poignant four programs are filled with advice and stories regarding being with those at the threshold of death and beyond.
Next to birth, death is one of our most profound experiences. Dying is not without its pain but it can be meaningful and we can decide to be more aware and more conscious in how we orient ourselves toward the inevitable end of our lives. Dr. Miller advises us to be clear on our “goals of care” and to “participate.” Read more »
Spring communicates telepathically with Dr. Frances Vaughan about what life is like on the other side of death. They cover subjects such as spirit guides, suicide, what is “God?”, how death is a continuing learning process, can we collaborate with loved ones who have died and do they want to be contacted? This deep dialogue explores these subjects and much more. Read more »
We have the ability to live longer but ultimately death is a reality and advanced medicine is not well set up to prepare us for a peaceful death. Here is specific advice, with resources for the patient and caregivers, about dying with dignity. Butler advises us to not wait for a health crisis to consider our wishes about dying and to have conversations with friends and loved ones in advance. Read more »
Being with a person who is close to death may be difficult and confusing. Oftentimes it is mystifying to discern what they are talking about because their speech pattern can sound nonsensical. Lisa Smartt has done extensive research regarding the words spoken by many at this threshold and she advises us to be open to the experience our loved ones are having. Read more »