21 Sadhguru Quotes on Death
Death is a taboo in most societies in the world. But what if we’ve got it completely wrong? What if death was not the catastrophe that it is made out to be but an essential aspect of life, rife with spiritual possibilities for transcendence?
ArticleJul 25, 2020
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Every breath you take, you are getting closer to the grave. But every breath you take, you can also get closer to your liberation.
People who have truly, immensely loved each other are the ones who will handle the loss of the loved one gracefully.
Timely death is not a disaster. Too many births – that is the real disaster.
Once you are constantly aware of your mortality, your spiritual search will be unwavering.
As life is, death is. The awareness of this fact allows you to live life fully and intensely.
Only a person who has lived totally can die gracefully.
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For most people, life and the experience of life seem to be relative, but death is absolute. It takes the absoluteness of death to wake people up
Death is the highest relaxation. Life needs a certain amount of tension to keep it going.
If you realize how fragile your life is and how at any moment it could be turned upside down, you will walk very gently on this planet.
The only reason why people have such a fear of death is they know nothing beyond the body.
The Dynamism of Life and the Stillness of Death are needed to be complete. Living Death is the nature of Existence.
If you constantly remember that you are mortal, you will walk gently and sensibly upon this planet.
Birth and death are just passages, not of life but of time.
Death is a cosmic joke. If you get the joke, falling on the other side will be wonderful.
Life is constant uncertainty. The only certainty is death.
Only a person who is willing to die can live totally.
Death is a fiction of the unaware. There is only life, life, and life alone, moving from one dimension to another.
If you were conscious that you are mortal, you would do nothing other than what is absolutely needed for You and Everyone around you.
If we cannot celebrate death as we celebrate birth, we will not know life.
Death is something that happens only once in our lives. It is important that we conduct it well.
As we have responsibilities towards the living, we have responsibilities towards the dead. Within a limited period of time after Death, there is room for impacting the Dead.
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