Pain During Death
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Life and death are two contrasting facts, and therefore, are usually dealt with exactly opposite emotions. While life is lived happily, death is mourned! When a loved one dies, usually the relatives start weeping or crying loudly. However, such a reaction generates and sends negative inner vibrations to the departed soul, which is hurtful. So, what should one do when a beloved one is dying? What should one do after death of her or his loved one? It is often said that one must remain calm and stable. However, with what understanding should one remain so? Is coping with loss of a loved one peacefully possible? There are many people who have fear of death. So, how does one come out of this fear?
Many people also believe in mercy killing or commit suicide when they are unable to bear situations in life. So, are they right? What are the causes and consequences of suicide? Can one attain a blissful death or Samadhi death wherein one remembers noting but only his own soul? Well, to get real replies to these questions, one should know about what is death and how real and beneficial are the common beliefs and rituals for death as well as life after death.
Read on to know what the scientific spiritual master, Param Pujya Dadashri, has said in response to such questions.