Why Suicide Is Literally a Waste of time.
Why Suicide Is Literally a Waste of time.
By King Gabriel Quincy Collymore / filmsforaction.org
Sep 2, 2014

Recently, there has been an event that has affected many people in ways that most dear not speak about openly. A character who everyone assumed, was very happy in life and with his life, seemingly chose to end his life on this planet.
Robin Williams, was known for his humour, and philanthropic Spirit, however, he left the planet as a result of suicide. Most people educated on the topic are sensitive enough to the issue to say, he died of suicide, and not he committed, as that relates to a crime being committed, and it certainly is not a crime, if the perceived pain experienced in One's life is so great, that the only logical option seems to be to leave that life behind.

This article is neither pro, nor anti suicide, but offers a brief understanding of the truth related to this topic, and how it can alleviated.

Suicide mostly occurs when the pain of living has become so great, and life has been perceived as purposeless. With the pressure and momentum of these thought being magnified by that individuals experience of the world, the best option begins to feel like removal of Oneself from the situation altogether, however, the one thing that is not factored into this realm of “logical thinking”, is that life is not limited to the physical experience, and the soul that has rid itself of one experience, must process the loss, and trauma of this event, until it can return to its natural state of Peace, Clarity, and Love.

Some would say that such souls may have a period called bardo (a waiting period between physical death, and rebirth, in which the thoughts and emotions associated with the trauma of death, and beliefs of life are cleared from the Soul's awareness), in which the trauma is processed, and then when the soul has finally stabilized, it can choose to re-enter the experience in hopes of achieving a state of Peace and Self Love.

This state of Peace, Clarity and Love, can be achieved within the experience of physical life and can remove the need to go through this process in the after life and coming back to sort this out, and yes, I am referring to the transference of consciousness, or reincarnation (the process of a soul, returning to a body with the idea of realizing perfection within One's soul in mind and heart).

There is a very simple process to understanding the meaning and purpose of One's life, and it truly is about others, as was said by Robin Williams himself, in a moment of brilliance. A path to the dissolution of this thought 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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