3 Ways To Get More Comfortable With Death

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Do you remember how old you were the first time death touched your world? Do you remember feeling in the pit of your stomach the first time someone explained to you that someday we all die? These aren’t the most pleasant thoughts or conversations to remember, but they’re experiences that shaped our outlook on life and death.

Indeed, as surely as we live, someday, we’ll pass away from this realm, so we might as well try to make peace with it, right? Hopefully, this article can help you to become more comfortable with death so you can enjoy even more of life.

1. Embrace spirituality.


One thing you learn as you age is that different cultures have different views on death. Some see it as passing from the physical world to the spiritual realm. In many traditional religious practices, there is a place of reward for practitioners. In some Eastern cultures, one’s ancestors live in the spirit world and guide and aid them throughout life.

We’re not here to tell you what to believe. We’re merely pointing out that one of the keys to overcoming a fear of death is developing your own beliefs about it. It’s a good idea to take on a spiritual practice to help you to connect with what’s divine in your own life.

shamanic practices have gained rapidly in popularity in recent years. One of the goals of shamanism is to help people connect with their higher selves (or intuition). One of the ways they help people discover their divine self or higher power is with ayahuasca journeys. Ayahuasca is an herb used in indigenous cultures to go into a trance and transcend various states of consciousness. It might sound like a new spiritual practice, but shamans have been practicing it in the Western world for a couple of millennia.

2. Get life insurance and write your will.


The thought of death is scary enough, but the concern is greater when you have a family depending on you to make it. The best way to give yourself peace of mind that your family’s financial future is secure is to plan for your death. It’s important to have life insurance regardless of your age. You should also write your will so that your last wishes will be in official writing.

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3. Focus on living.


If you were to talk to a psychotherapist about your fears of death, they would help you develop a strategy for facing your fears. They would probably also tell you to focus more on living and enjoying your current life than the afterlife. If you find that your faith isn’t working for you, it might be a good idea to seek counseling to help you address your fears.

Life is beautiful, and we all transcend life as we know it in our due time. Ultimately, we all know that every living thing eventually dies, but that doesn’t make it any less frightening. However, if you can come to terms with peace as a part of life, you can focus more on enjoying living.

A great way to become more comfortable with death is to embrace spirituality. It’s also a good idea to get life insurance and write your will to prepare your family members financially for your passing. And, we can’t stress this one enough, focus on living. We’re not telling you to ignore or deny death, but the more you focus on living and enjoying life, the easier it is to accept that one day your life in this realm will come to an end. Indeed, accepting all phases of life is part of tapping into your personal power and adding meaning to your everyday life.


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