I know about as much about it as the most learned men in the world, I would imagine. Perhaps it is the scientific method that needs questioned here. When one can find meaning or purpose in their life, they have reached the integrity stage. The concept of unconditional love is certainly something the whole world should learn about.
Nobody wants to go away from a loving spouse and affectionate children. It is a real enemy, and the evidence is all around us. Also, the overwhelming opinion of those who have died and had an NDE is that death is not painful.
People tend to develop personal meanings of death which could accordingly be negative or positive for the individual. Well, the answer lies in the fact that death is a mystery. So, by this formula, there is no rational reason to fear death.
The theory also envelops the concept that once an individual reaches the latest stages of life, they reach the level he titled as " ego integrity ".
I have the following web pages that list some of the most fascinating evidence from NDEs that suggest they are much more than only a brain thing.
Even the Bible says that love is greater than faith. Instead of worrying about something that you ultimately have no control over — the fact that you will die at some stage in the future - would it not be more constructive to put that energy into enjoying today and all that you have to be grateful for?
Yet, it does offer an unmistakably clear hope for those who die. Hence, many scientists explain human death as merely a biological process. How can I not be alive?
It is interesting that these cultures also seem to revere their ancestors in a way that brings them peace and guides them. Granted, the option of survival after death would be preferred.
This form of death anxiety is often accompanied by unconscious guilt. Many people doubt the existence of an afterlife altogether.
After all, most functions of the human body can now be explained in scientific terms. Some people fear death because they are too content with the kind of life they are leading. The vast majority of our respondents described themselves as not thinking about death much, and much less so than when they were younger.
Studies show that females tend to have more death anxiety than males. For example, that pastor named Paul Hill who was just executed for killing an abortion doctor. Concerning the need to have "faith," faith implies the possibility of doubt and a state of doubt can be miserable.
One particularly delightful interview I conducted was with Ted and Lucy Rowan. Humans were not the largest, fastest, or fiercest animal — early humans survived by their wits and their ability to collaborate. Thorson and Powell did a study to investigate this connection, and they sampled men and women from 16 years of age to over Ken Ring "Life is a great sunrise.
We are fortunate enough to be living on a planet that has just the right conditions to support life. The advantages of living in a group probably are the reason why early humans and other large primates evolved to be social, and why we are still social today.
The Death Anxiety Scale showed higher mean scores for women than for men. Perhaps it is impossible to obtain scientific proof short of someone bringing back from an NDE the sandal of Jesus. It is my opinion that this phenomenon happens to people in deadly plane crashes and other very traumatic catastrophes.
What am I going to do with them? Although written by King Solomon, the above words were inspired by God and form part of his written Word, the Bible. Still we, or say most of us, fear death.Why Do We Fear Death?
“Death is the most terrible of all things; for it is the end.” —Aristotle. SHE was regarded by her peers as a pious woman, a true believer.
I once spent months trying to get the fear of public speaking into the schema of fear of death versus fear of anxiety, but I couldn't do it and had to conclude fear of rejection/ embarrassment is a third kind of fear.
The fear of public speaking is less correlated to the fear of death than are many other fears. Also referred to as thanatophobia (fear of death), death anxiety is distinguished from necrophobia, which is a specific fear of dead or dying people and/or things (i.e., fear of others who are dead or dying, not of one's own death or dying).
Although they seem unconcerned about the fact of dying, the elders do have one end-of-life recommendation for people of all ages: plan for it. Indeed, when asked about their views of death and dying, the worry they mentioned most frequently was not being organized and leaving a load of work behind for their families.
Beyond that, death is the supreme form of transiency, that everything passes, that everything fades away and disappears and a part of all human beings wants to immortalize beautiful moments, wants to immortalize the meaning in their lives.
And if death is final, if death is final oblivion, then that meaning disappears completely. Some people fear death because they think the process of dying hurts and makes one suffer.
In gist, we can say people fear death because it is being seen as a misery rather than renunciation of this world and people are deeply attached with .Download