Frances: There's a great documentary called Flight from Death that explores how we respond to our own mortality. It shows how the fear of self-annihilation affects our behavior and can lead to wars, violence, etc. But it's also uplifting in that it become evident throughout how interconnected we are, how there is really oneness amongst us if only we could get past our fear.
What I feel the transition we call death teaches us about life is that we don't die. We may fear the process of dying, but death itself, we don't need to fear. The knowledge that our consciousness continues shows us that we have an unimaginable vastness in this single plane of existence. When we think about everything physics has discovered, it can still only explain five percent of the known universe.
The power of the mind that created the Big Bang is incomprehensible. And yet we are part of it. We are connected to each other atom for atom, and we also transcend this existence.
What Happens When We Die? Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Karen Frances's mother looked around the empty living room. The three-year-old spouted off the names of long-dead relatives she couldn't have known. Stroud: How did you become involved in mediumship?
Stroud: What happens when we die? Stroud: Is there a consistent afterlife story across the planet? Stroud: How do you know for certain?
Do I know for certain that the loved one is living and communicating from the Spirit world? Can I convince you if you haven't experienced it? Probably not. Can I offer you very compelling evidence? In the meantime, if we want certainty, we'll have to wait till we die. Stroud: How do you respond to skeptics who doubt you? Frances: Each to their own. I'm not here to proselytize, so I don't respond.
Stroud: What can death teach us about living? So how can we be anxious?
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