If there were in the world today any large number of people who desired their own happiness more than they desired the unhappiness of others, we could have paradise in a few years. ~ Bertrand Russell

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Our title today is taken from a conversation with Esther Hicks and Abraham. They were saying we can live long, healthy lives, and then die happily. Hence, “happy, healthy, dead.” I love that!

As those of you who follow Abraham know, they often say death is not serious. In fact they substitute the humorous term “croaking” for “death.”

My spirit guides have often said the same thing — it’s entirely possible for us to live a happy, healthy life for as long as we want. And then to die when we choose, and in a state of good health. Many folks don’t believe that’s possible.

But I’ve seen it happen. It happened with my mother.

She certainly had her share of challenges during her long life — more than most of us will ever have to face. But she was almost always happy, reaching out to help others, and finding peace on her spiritual path. She lived a good life and died a good death.

Here are some thoughts from Spirit.

Spirit

Only you can choose the timing and manner of your death. No one else has that power over you. You can die peacefully in your bed, in a state of perfect health. You all have the ability to do that.

Life and death are normal experiences. They are the ebb and flow of your eternal existence. Take joy in knowing you live forever, whether in human or spirit form. Life or death — it makes no difference which you choose or how you choose to go about it. It’s all good. And you cannot ever get it wrong.

Of course, there really is no death. What you call “death” is merely an illusion you created.

When you have truly integrated those ideas into your thinking, your life, and your being, you will be totally free. You will know unshakeable happiness. You can do it in this lifetime.

Adapted from our forthcoming book, Conversations with Spirit: Real Answers to Life’s Pesky Questions.

Copyright © 2015 by John Cali

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Here’s Christiane Northrup, M.D., talking about happy people in their 90s and 100s.

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Related posts:

Dying Is the Easiest Thing You Will Ever Do
Live Like You Were Dying
Afraid of Living, Scared of Dying

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Many folks are so scared of dying, then never really live. What is your perspective of living and dying? Please share your thoughts and comments with us below.

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Writer and publisher John Cali talks to ghosts and dead people. He writes about these adventures at his blog and website, and in his upcoming book, Conversations with Spirit: Real Answers To Life’s Pesky Questions, Book 1.

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