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    No sorrow or mourning when a person chooses to return to forever

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    No sorrow or mourning when a person chooses to return to forever

    Post  Admin on Sat Apr 10, 2010 1:08 am

    “[The tribal people] believe in honoring the individual desire of a person who wishes to stop nourishment and sit in the open to end their worldly existence. They do not believe that death by disease or accident is natural. After all, they said, you can’t really kill something eternal. You did not create it, and you can’t kill it. They believe in free will; freely the soul chooses to come, so how can rules be just that say the soul cannot go home? It is not a personality decision made in this manifested reality. It is an eternal-level decision that is made by an all-knowing self.
    “They believe the natural way to exit the human experience is by exercising one’s free will and choice. At about age 120 or 130, when a person gets excited about returning to forever, and after asking Oneness if it is in the highest good, they call for a party, a celebration of their life.
    “The Real People nation have for centuries had the practice at birth of speaking the same first phrase to all newborns. Each person hears the same exact first human words: “We love you and support you on the journey.” At their final celebration, everyone hugs them and repeats this phrase again. What you heard when you came is what you hear when you leave! Then the departing person sits down in the sand and shuts down the body systems. In less than two minutes they are gone. There is no sorrow or mourning. They agreed to teach me their technique for transforming from the human plane back to the invisible plane when I was ready for the responsibility of such knowledge.”

    Source: Mutant Message Down Under by Marlo Morgan. The book describes her experiences with a remote tribe of nomadic Aboriginals. They share with her the wisdom of their 50,000-year-old culture which has been completely unchanged by the white people who came to Australia.Pg 153-154
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    There is a certain spiritual grace and wisdom to knowing when to let go and move on

    Post  Admin on Thu Jun 24, 2010 4:14 pm

    "The natural genetic encoded life span of a human being is around 120 years....

    "There is a time to be born, there is a time to live, and there is a time to let go, and drop the body.

    "There is no need to live forever in a physical body. Life on Earth is precious--but so is life in the astral worlds of light.

    "Once we understand the beauty of the afterlife, we will be less anxious about leaving this one.

    "Even in this regard, I think medicine will change. We spend an enormous percentage of our health care funding on the last 60 days of life, often doing inhumane things to stave off the inevitable. In the future, more emphasis will be on having a good life- and a good death, at home, in peace, surrounded by loved ones, not machines.

    "There is a certain spiritual grace and wisdom to knowing when to let go and move on.

    "I believe this spiritual wisdom, will parallel the medical sciences.

    "So we will optimize the natural lifespan of humans, meaning a high quality of life will exist into old age....

    "Each person who passes to the other side should have the spiritual assistance so that he or she ascends to the highest level possible -according to their own state of consciousness and life-path."

    Source: Hidden Truth - Forbidden Knowledge by Steven M. Greer M.D., pages 301-302.

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