Alan Watts, Acceptance of Death

Published 01/09/2015 by inspiringyourspirit

My Dear Friends,

I’m a great follower of Alan Watts the British born Philosopher and love listening to his explanations on life, this one re acceptance of death really helped me through a few challenges in my life after the passing of loved ones.

Namaste with Love



10 comments on “Alan Watts, Acceptance of Death

  • Such a lovely alternative to thinking about death … I don’t have children to pass on the torch … But I hope my death will open up a new life and way of being that allows those to come to reconnect to nature and the life force that permeates this realm.
    After all, our thoughts create our reality, and why not create something wonderful for our passing ?

  • Reblogged this on Misifusa's Blog and commented:
    Having had loved ones pass away and having had to look death in the face myself, I found this post to be so soothing to me. We grieve for the passing of others, each in our own way. But this post, this short video clip, gave me an understanding, a shift if you will, of the meaning of death and I thought it was a good one to pass along to all of you in case you were like me, processing grief and needed a little shift.
    Thank you Mark for sharing Alan Watts, Acceptance of Death. You’ve helped to shift my thinking today and I share your post in hopes that more people will find the shift in their thinking as well.

    May all who grieve find comfort and peace. ♥
    Namaste to all of you…
    Shine On!

  • Meaningful post, Mark, also the video clip on death, so correctly defined by
    Alan Watts. Death is certainly not a disease, it is only a return to source, merging with nature, to allow the process of renewal…best wishes… Raj.

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