I seen a poignant interview with Philip Gould yesterday: he was a nearby political adviser to Tony Blair for quite a while and has been challenged by cancer 3 x. He told Andrew Marr, together with us, that he knows now he has three months only to maintain and described how being in “the death zone” was probably the most extraordinarily intense time for him. He described, movingly, precisely how he saw his family, his world, nature with a depth that had been unachievable and unimaginable before he knew of the imminence of his change, and that while he’d prefer not to stay the position he was, he would not be somewhere else because of all not wearing running shoes gave him.

It was an extraordinary demonstration of the acceptance of death along with the gift of the procedure of dying. Many people die so quickly- in an accident, for example, or a heart attack – that the enlightenment that comes from the prospect of leaving the human body and progressing onwards is actually fleeting. Other people are so packed with fear at thinking about dying that it overwhelms these, and they feel resistance to rather than understanding of the greatness in the natural, spiritual process which is occurring as the soul gently prepares to advance on at the ideal and pre-arranged time. They miss a great deal.

Watching Lord Gould, I saw inside translucency of his body the light of his spirit, and it had been beautiful. He used different words from mine, nevertheless through them he exhibited, to me, that being in the death zone can be a time of the very best revelation and understanding, in the event the loving hand of Our god is upon us regularly, to reassure us and guide us into the place that is usually our true Home. He or she is in the place of reality now, and As i wish him, thankfully, consequently very, very well.

Being in the Passing Zone applies to all of us at this moment, wonderfully. My earlier thoughts on this subject related to that inevitable time once we leave the physical vehicle we now have chosen for our soul expression in a lifetime. However, dying can be metaphorical too, an energetic change which leaves our physicality largely unaltered but containing huge repercussions for our soul and may reflect itself in our personality and how we live our lives.

We are in the Death Zone now, you, I, The world and much that lies beyond, because we are the main inter-dimensional shift which is happening now, that amazing and long-awaited transition collected from one of cycle of being to another that is the totally new experience, a shift of immense magnitude but which is taking place while i am still alive.

You could say that we are experiencing a residing death. When that expression is used, as it sometimes is actually, carelessly, the inference is that will something unwelcome or painful is going on because death is so often assumed to be a process to be darn. I explained in my blog yesterday how death and the process of dying can be blessed spiritual experiences, if we allow it, and so it’s for every person on the globe, some of whom are preparing to leave their physical bodies as part of the great transition and others who ? re intending to move through it otherwise.

We are undergoing the most important initiation of any we have gone through before with our long soul process, and the outcome is a personal and planetary transformation that is beyond imagination. Make the most of the gift of being in the Death Zone: it is a place many souls prefer to be, alongside you, but you are the main who is privileged to take part in the greatest adventure of.
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