Fourteenth Conversation with Dr. Allan W. Anderson in San Diego
Tuesday, February 26, 1974
- Fourteenth conversation with Dr. Allan W. Anderson
- Q: What is death?
- If one is not frightened, then what is death?
- What is it one is frightened of in death?
- Is it of losing the content of consciousness?
- Death becomes a living when the content of consciousness which makes its own frontier, its own limitation comes to an end.
- Can that content be emptied, empty itself?
- Can the mind be aware totally of all the content the collective, the personal, the racial, the transitory?
- You can only incarnate now when you die to the content.
- You can be reborn, regenerated totally if you die to the content. So living is dying.
- Living, love and death are one, moving and indivisible. And that is immortal.
Series: A Wholly Different Way of Living