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Who Dies? An Investigation of Conscious Dying
By: Stephen Levine

Who Dies? Stephen Levine

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Author: Levine, Stephen
ISBN: 9780385262217

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"To let go of the last moment and open to the next is to die consciously moment to moment. When we take death within, life becomes clear and workable. One of the remarkable things about confronting death is the depth at which it gets our attention. If you could fully experience even a moment of being in its totality, you would discover what you have always been looking for. We don't pay attention to most things, but death catches our eye. In a sense all of this talk about death is really a ploy. Because what we think of as death only occurs to the body. It threatens our seeming existence only to the degree that we imagine and pretend it does. It makes us pay attention. Focusing on death is a way of becoming fully alive. Because wherever the attention is, wherever awareness is, that is where our experience of life arises. The more attention, the more alive we feel. Perhaps that is why so many who are dying also say that they have never felt so alive. When we take death within we stop reinforcing our denial, our judging, our anger, or continuing our bargaining. We don't push our depression away. We ask ourselves in truth, `Who dies?' and surrender our resistance and knowing because we see that it blocks our understanding." Who Dies? shows us how to participate fully in life as the perfect preparation for whatever may come next, be it sorrow or joy, loss or gain, death or a new wonderment at life. The author has worked extensively with Ram Dass and Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and has written several books on meditation.

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