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But  what about us? Ray died and I’m here. Similarly, what happens to all of our daughters, mothers, fathers, soulmates, husbands, wives, partners, and significant others who crossover before us? Do they disappear into nonduality as ice melts into water?  Or can maintain our “us-ness” relationship – that this continues – as we are just as entangled in death as in life?  Are we skirting around this issue, because we’ll loose credibility?  Is this the new taboo subject?  Comments appreciated!

What about us?

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4 Responses to “What about us?”

  1. November 09, 2015 at 9:01 pm, Gerald Whitehawk said:

    I have replied to one of your replies that seemed to deal with a similar topic. I will paste the reply here as well, in case you don’t get the other one.

    Hi Mindy,

    I will reply to your comment. An answer to a question cannot be any better than the question being asked. The problem with getting answers is that we have learned what questions to ask from others. So, your question is based on the feeling of emptiness
    in life. I surmise some people dear to you have died and life feels empty?? The bad news is that no reasoning can fill that loss. The goodnews is that the emptiness is created by a chain of bad reasoning that was “loaded” into your mental program. That is the feelings of loss are real and hurtful… and is the result of a mistaken path of thinking.

    If you want a quick answer, nothing that does not exist can exist even in your mind’s eye. At some time, spirits go on and melt into the sea of the indiscriminate Total Spirit of the Universe. Not even then do our loved ones cease to exist but they energy changes qualitatively and we do not see them anymore in our minds eye… because when we knew them they were much less and we recognized them by this lesser energy. If you can see your loved ones in your mind’s eye they are still around you. They see you but you can’t see them because seeing or consciousness is non-local, thus they do not need a body to see. The other side of this matter is: does your memory exist? And if it does why isn’t it a form of existence just as valid as the physical one? If you are alive and someone lives inside you aren’t they alive with the life of your memory? I know that you would like to touch them, to hold them, and hear them talk back. They do talk but you can only get the communication in feelings, if you still yourself enough from having
    other interfering feelings. Maybe the issue is one of healing the grief, trauma…. See if you find any inspiration here

    http://www.esotherapy.com/

    Let me know if I can help.That’s my website.

    Sincerely,
    Gerald Whitehawk

  2. November 15, 2015 at 2:19 am, drrcyashroy said:

    Non-duality is universal as http://rakeshyashroy.blogspot.in/2010/09/he-you-and-me-are-one.html

  3. November 19, 2015 at 2:05 am, John Sharman said:

    From what you’re saying above, Mindy, it’s obvious that you have no idea of what non-duality is. I’m wondering why you have no idea, when there’s so much information about it, and you have the internet as such a wonderful tool for exploring it.

    Don’t you realise that when you see reality from the non-dual perspective, there are no separate selves? It only looks that way. You’ve got to see beyond the dualistic illusion. No-one is born, no-one dies. It’s just an appearance. Sure, it’s a very convincing illusion, but ultimately it’s just an illusion. It’s consciousness manifesting as the appearance of separate selves. One appearing as many, but the many are really one. Can you not see that? There’s nothing to fear. There’s no death. What you really, really are, beyond all appearances to the contrary, is eternal and unchanging.

    Have a look at some of the wonderful resources that are out there, to help you to see this truth! There are many teachers who can put it a lot better than I can.

  4. November 27, 2015 at 11:56 pm, Gedi said:

    Ice melts into water, a lovely metaphor describing our temporary state here.

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