We tend to think of our lives as separate from one another, and assume that we have no control on each other. In reality we’re all connected in some way and everything we do within this universe has a direct impact on on another. The same goes for death. It may look like a separate experience as one loved one’s soul leaves their body behind in our world…but what if you were actually part of the experience too?
Perhaps understanding the experience of shared death, and exploring it is the key to closure on grief for both the person losing someone and the person dying. Here’s how.
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Our Relationship With Death
When you think of death, what feelings come up? Most people have an uneasy relationship with death so when they think of death they feel uncomfortable and even fearful and that makes sense when we consider that we tend to be afraid of the unknown because we have no control over it. We don’t know when our time will come, how it’ll happen, and what waits for us on the other side. As a result, we associate “fear” with death and the dying.
Instead, we avoid death and even try to cheat it. Some of us buy into health and beauty trends that make us false promises of preseving our youth or even turning back the clock. Some of us stay as healthy as possible to extend our lives. We’re more concerned with life than we are with death, and that’s because life is all we know.