Truly Dealing with death.
Truly Dealing with death.
By King Gabriel Quincy Collymore / filmsforaction.org
Aug 26, 2014



As children in this world, there comes a time when (through observation of the world around Us) We all come to the realization that Our Loved Ones, are going to die. Funny enough most of Us do not even think of the fact that We are going to die primarily, but We do think of Our Loved Ones (Our Mother, Father, and Siblings and or Guardians for some) and the pain that would be caused by losing them . This moment can be very frightening and somewhat confusing.

I remember in my individual experience, that the first person I felt the fear of death with regard to was my Mother, and this certainly shook my entire Universe to its core. I wept at the thought of a life without the One Who had ushered me into this experience and familiarized me with much of the then unknown territory. Within a few years of the initiation of this thought, I came to accept (through observation and experimentation with insects, and small animals, e.g. ants, lizards, and others) that all things that have life in this medium, seemingly die. This was a time that I had no understanding of the concept of death, but was making attempts to understand what was actually occurring.

The death of my Grandmother, was the first actual experience of an individual within my personal field of awareness, making the transition. Due to to the nature of Our personal relationship, the true gravity and finality of this concept was not fully grasped at that time. I realized that death seemed inevitable, but there was so much in life to be enjoyed and understood. I then went much deeper into the possibility of death at any time for any one, as I had three close friends die before I was 18 years of age.

Through my surrender to this possibility of seeming non-existence at any given moment, the desire to find the Truth of my existence was born, and I opened myself to many meditative, physically dangerous, and metaphysical practices, including, but not limited to, Astral Travel/ Out of Body Experiences (OBE), Trans-personal and Transcendental meditation, Qi Gong, Professional Fighting & others. What I found , was the interconnectedness of all things, not theoretically, but as actual wonderful physical (non drug induced) experiences. I literally had the opportunity to see the energy that binds all things, and is present in and as all things. I also had the experience of total liberation from all physical limits, including the body, and dissolution into the all expansive, ever giving, overflowing source of energy within all things. I called it Fulfillment/ Bliss for a lack of other terms to describe it.

Through these experiences I have returned with an understanding of life and death, that most people have through Near Death Experiences, except, I never had to die. I also understand truly, that there is no such thing as death.
It is really easy to say this from my present point of view and understanding, however, from my previous perspective, this sort of thinking seemed rather crazy, cold, and somewhat removed.

My Mother's transition was the true test, and the moment of acceptance of the Truth, that death was nothing.
We had a six month period in preparation for Her transition, as She was aware that She had that much time left, so We really went deep into the process, purpose and understanding of Her life, in Our conversations. Her transition was a joyful liberation into everything. I see her in butterflies, nature, in my actions, tone of voice, cadence, behaviours, expressions, and ways of being. In fact, I would dare to say that She is more present now than when She occupied a physical vessel.

It has become a major part of my life's work and journey to impart this freedom from the fear of death to my Universal Brothers and Sisters so that We may live fully and Truly.

This has been achieved through Absolute Realization Coaching and Healing, and will continue to go on for as long as re-education on the transcendence of this seeming nemesis is needed.

 



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