Thursday, August 24, 2006

Relax, you are going to die when it's time to.

I have been asked a few times by clients when they were going to die. I can't see that in a chart. There may be a way of knowing that information, and I think there are books how to find it, but yikes - why does anyone want to know that? A very sweet lady I saw professionally yesterday asked that question about her beloved son, is he going to die soon? - she had premonitions, and then when was she going to die. The truth (as I see it) is that we are all going to die. The body dies, that is, but life always goes on.

In most of the major religions, and thought systems in general, the esoteric idea that there is NO DEATH hits home the fact that we are eternal beings. It's like driving a car for years and then it dies. You get a new vehicle, but then you are still the same driver. You may have learned to keep fluids in it, repair parts, but still it is a vehicle for getting you to where you want to go. We drive to where we need to, school/work/store/Grandma's - in order to get the things we need at home, education/groceries/money for bills and obligations/nurturing.

The human body is the vehicle for spirit which just wants to return to it's home.

Last night on the Jupiter's Girl radio hour, Nor Sivad, the station owner and all round good guy, spoke to the listening public about Love being the basis of all manifestations of people, places and things. Love thy neighbor as thyself because he/she is. I enjoyed talking with him so much that I forgot we were on the air. I am such a slouch if I can get away with it. Give me a Gemini with Mercury conjunct anytime. I am a good listener. The show will be up on the web-site for two weeks. www.outoftimeradio.com, eclectic radio, Jupiter's Girl.

6 comments:

her indoors said...

couldn't agree more with you, you have explained that wonderfully thanks

Kim Ayres said...

The problems come when you don't believe that there is anything beyond this life. Mind you, there's an inherent contradiction expecting someone to be able to foretell your future if you don't believe in predestination.

Jupiter's Girl said...

You are looking so slim, Kim.

You can't believe anything anyway, but you can have some faith - which has been proven to move mountains. One has to think outside of the box to get there.

I still don't know anything for sure, but my imagination clings to the idea of there being an afterlife which includes these otherworldly beings that remind me of who I AM, which is not who or what I thought. I suspect that I am much bigger/better/stronger/smarter/morebeautiful than I realize and that I am not living up to my potetial. That's where I think the contradiction comes in. How do you realize how special you are and at the same time stay humble?

Jupiter's Girl said...

Okay, there were two errors in that quick response to your comments. Can you find them?

Life, or Something Like It said...

I'm not afraid to die, but I'm not any hurry to go,either. I believe in life after death, I'm just not sure what exactly that means. I hope that it means being reunited with loved ones....

Jupiter's Girl said...

Ms. Life, I liked your blog. The ghost showing would definitely creep me out, but I see by the books you like, and the movies too, why you were thick-skinned and not scared to be alone. It sounds to me like she may have moved on.

I am not afraid to die either. In fact, it may be a huge relief. Sometimes it's the living that is scary.