My own father was one of these lost and terrified people now, facing the most profound, unknown experience of his life. Like so many others, Dad`s natural fear of the unknown was magnified because he had so little real knowledge about where he was going or how he was supposed to get there.
When my father died, he died with an expression of horror frozen on his face. His eyes bulged; a mask of stark terror twisted his visage as his final breath escaped- a deeply distressing image that haunted all of us who witnessed his passage. My stepmother instantly succumbed to a wrenching fear that something awful had just happened to her beloved husband on the Other Side and that he was now trapped in a terrible place, for eternity. She was inconsolably distraught.
In my many years of counseling and death work, I`ve noticed that those who`ve led an essentially "unexamined life" seem to experience far greater anxiety and suffering as death approaches. They find themselves without any meaningful way to relate to the life they`ve lived, or to the great mystery that now unfolds before them. Their end-of-life struggle and confusion creates HUGE emotional distress, and their exit, which could be and should be an elegantly peaceful process, is severely hampered. What a terrible travesty this is!
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