Miracles enable you to heal the sick and raise the dead because you made sickness and death yourself, and can therefore abolish both. ~ A Course in Miracles


According to some studies, the two things most folks fear are public speaking and death. We can avoid public speaking, but apparently not death. Or can we avoid even that?

I’m sure you’ve seen all the stories out there about near-death experiences. Many folks who return from those experiences report they’ve totally lost their fear of death. Why do you suppose that is? What do you suppose happens at the moment of death—and beyond?


We’ve said this before, but will say it again: “Death is the easiest thing you will ever do.”

Now, we know that is not easy to believe. But you have all experienced what you call death many times. You’ve had lots of practice. You have a saying, “Practice makes perfect.”

As A Course in Miracles says in the quote Johnny posted above, “…you made sickness and death yourself, and can therefore abolish both.”

If you accept that, then you know death is simply an illusion. We admit it’s an illusion that seems very real to you. But that does not make it other than an illusion. It does not make it real.

All your loved ones who have passed through the illusion of death are still with you—right here, right now, as you read this. But you believe there is a veil separating you from them. That veil, like death itself, is an illusion. You are all one, “living” or “dead.” You always have been.

So when you decide it’s time to move from “life” to “death” your loved ones on “the other side of the veil” will make sure you know they are there with you. You may even see or hear them with your physical or spiritual vision.

Even if you’ve dreaded death all your life, your loved ones want you to make your transition easily and effortlessly. They are there to ensure you do. And you will. There are no exceptions to this.

There is nothing to fear. And even if you do fear death, know you will have help.

It’s the easiest thing you will ever do.

Copyright © 2017 by John Cali


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This video, featuring Christopher Kerr, MD, is titled I See Dead People: Dreams and Visions of the Dying. It’s longer than I usually prefer. But I think you’ll find it’s a good investment of 17 minutes.


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