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I Am Going to Die

How I Plan to Transition From This Body to the Spirit Realm

I have lived a good life in this body for over 80 years. For that I am very grateful. I don't have any serious physical problems, other than wear and tear from 80 years on this planet. Most of my body parts still work well, although I did have a metal knee replacement in '09. That mechanical invention helps me still get around pretty well, but it gets irritated at times and hurts. Doctor said there may be bacteria living on the metal that can't be reached by antibiotics so live with it and quit my complaining unless it gets worse, which it hasn't so far. So I had to give up long walks, skiing, and any running. In spite of my relatively good physical condition there is no doubt I will die sooner or later. That is a certainty. Death happens. I want to get ready for it, unlike Woody Allen who said, "I'm not afraid of death; I just don't want to be there when it happens."

Leonardo da Vinci quote So while my mind is still functioning fairly well I am devoting some of my remaining time in this body to preparing for a smooth transition out of this physical body into the spiritual realm as easily and painlessly as possible. Thankfully there is an abundance of new important information from many researchers, near-death experiencers, and caregivers to the dying to help me plan wisely for this coming extraordinary journey. On this website I will disclose some of my plans for dying based on the recent research findings that convence me that my plan is going to work.

There is a better way to die.

For many people there is a period of time during the last months, and maybe even years, when there is additional needed care and personal attention to the increasing needs of their aged and failing body. In many cases death is avoided at all costs with great expectations that the medical people might delay the inevitable end with high technology and maybe a medical miracle drug. The demands in personal time and energy for delaying death increases with time. Often requests for aggressive medical intervention increases expenses overwhelmingly for the patient or family members. I want to avoid any delaying tactics after a certain point where the end is definitely ahead.

I feel certain I can make my journey into the spiritual realm less painful physically and emotionally for both myself and those close to me using the scientific findings of recent times pointing to how the consciousness, or spirit, does not cease to exist after the body dies. There is overwhelming evidence that indeed the spirit does continue to exist and even comes back later in another body.

My expectation for an easy and rapid transition from body to spiritual realm is based on the research and reported experiences of uncountable numbers of other people around the world. These subjects are the main fields of interest to me in preparing for my own death and spiritual devine transition:

Where Most People Die

In a August 6, 2010 story CBS News reported: "Last year, Medicare paid $55 billion just for doctor and hospital bills during the last two months of patients' lives. That's more than the budget for the Department of Homeland Security, or the Department of Education. And it has been estimated that 20 to 30 percent of these medical expenses may have had no meaningful impact. Most of the bills are paid for by the federal government with few or no questions asked."

On the TV show "60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft quoted a doctor saying, "It costs up to $10,000 a day to maintain someone in the intensive care unit. Some patients remain there for weeks or even months; one has been there for six months." Kroft said, "This is the way so many Americans die. While 80% of people say that they prefer to die at home, 75% of us will die in a hospital or nursing home. Something like 18 to 20 percent of Americans spend their last days in an ICU."

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My 3-Step Preparation for Dying

My transition preparations are in these three areas:

  1. First step is maintaining a healthy body as long as possible and avoid diseases. There are uncountable sources of new information on how to maintain a healthy body through diet, exercise, life style, and some special nutrients. I have been adapted many of these health recommendations. Mostly I eat vegetarian with fish rarely. I exercise at the gym regularly and I also take some supplements recommended by Life Extension Foundation ( My health maintenance efforts are mainly intended to avoid degenerative diseases that will cause a painfully agonizing and lingering end of life. So far my efforts appear to be working well as I have minimal signs of degenerative diseases.
  2. Second step is learning how to facilitate the physical body dying process. I'm not talking about taking the poison pill! What I'm doing is studying what the researchers have discovered about the body's physical dying process, and how it is aided or hindered by various medical interventions. The medical people are dedicated to extending life as long as possible, even if the remaining time is spend in a very degraded level of miserable existence like being in a coma or on life support equipment.

    I intend to maintain control of what medical interventions I receive to avoid delaying my death after some point. I have learned that from this "point of no return" there are natural steps for the body to go through in shutting down and dying. I will insist that my caregivers understand and respect these natural steps that I desire to take place. Allowing the natural dying process to proceed without medical intervention will facilitate my spirit leaving this body and allow my body to stop functioning. The key in making this happen efficiently and without delays is for everyone understanding the body dying process and my desire to facilitate that natural process.

  3. Third step is to tell all my caregivers my desires for an expedited, smooth, and easy transition out of this body into the spiritual realm. This I am doing regularly with those people close to me by discussions on a regular basis and as new ideas come to me. These discussions are stated in positive and caring ways emphasizing the excitement and bright devine transition awaiting ahead. The discussions are in the mood of an exciting trip forthcoming. Interestingly, this results in a much greater appreciation for every daily experience and personal encounter.

    There is sufficient evidence fron near-death experiencers, receivers of after-death communication, and research on past lives recalled to convence me overwhelmingly that the body may die but the spirit lives and moves on into a spiritual realm. I plan to prepare for and to include that transition process as much as possible into my physical dying process.

My Disclaimer

Clouds There is no specific religious doctrine behind any of my comments; however, I am very spiritually oriented. My orientation implies that my story of soul path is uniquely mine and I acknowledge that many parts of my story are similar or even overlaps many religions. I have no argument with anyone else's religious beliefs and can usually see how it serves as the truth for them. However, I may have my own vocabulary to describe my very powerful experience of my NDE and what it means in the long run for my Earthly existence and soul growth.

I was educated and worked in the material world of machines and scientific properties most of my life. My views of how the Universe works changed dramatically when I had a Near Death Experience (NDE) in 1988. Since then I have learned to function with a vastly different set of principles that are spiritually oriented and multidimensional, producing very different and extraordinary results in my life and my physical world. During my NDE I went a little way into the spiritual realm and it is more fantastic than my words can describe! I eagerly look forward to going all the way into it again when my body dies.

My First Step for Dying

As I near my last days I do not want any medical people trying to extend my life with modern medical technology and drugs. Family and caregivers may feel that requesting medical help is the loving thing to do, but I do not want their well intended requests or prayers for a miraculous medical intervention delaying my death. I want only good wishes for a speedy exit from this body into the spiritual realm with as natural a death as possible.

My preference is to not be in a hospital but rather in a hospice program. The choice of location (home or managed facility) will depend on which is easiest for my family and caregivers.


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