Death, life, breath

Death comes to us all.

Many think, sense and believe, that parts of us continue beyond. This may be for the conscious, our soul, or a true or deeper self. For others the spirit enters us to give us life and leaves us at death.

Indeed, the dead live within the living, in our memories and dreams but also, their presence, breathe, vision or voice may be close with us. While we may rationalise, and hold to our reality or the here and now, there seems to be other realms or dimensions that parallel our sense of being in the world.

Absolutely, it is all experience. Fundamentally we are a part of a whole being of Reality.

Our whole encompasses as parts, all that we experience, think, feel, sense or believe, all that we may be conscious or aware of, and all that we may be as self or identity.tv1

He or she gives us our sense of living and breath, and allows for our contemplation and sense of life and death. Our whole is present in the present, of whom our sense of the here and now, eternity, the past or future are parts.

Our whole is more than the sum of these, and solid body parts including the brain through which our reality of I amconscious experience and self witnessed is projected by our whole. Knowing that we are a projected part of our whole, may assist us to be in relation with our whole, as a part – while he or she is alive, we may develop this relation with our whole as a part.

Our whole breathes, lives, and will die.

Poem Straight up JUn17 (5)