Embracing the End of Life - Patt Lind-Kyle, ma
“If you are mindful at death it will not come as a surprise. You will not be anxious. You will feel that death is merely like changing your clothes.” ~ Dalai Lama.
Embracing the End of Life: A Journey into Dying and Awakening, the latest book by Patt Lind-Kyle, invites you to lean into your beliefs and questions about death and dying, helping you release tense or fearful energy and awaken to a more vital life now.
Death is a sacred act. It is the most important moment in our life. It is also the moment of waking up. Death is inevitable no matter how repressed we make it in our culture. We will all die. How do we prepare now and discover the freedom from the fear of death to live more expanded lives?
I am a person who studied the dying process in preparation for my own death. In our culture, we deny our death. But in our culture, we prepare for a job, having babies, and a vacation.
Why not prepare for death? Death is inevitable for everyone.
As I wrote this new book I understood the dying process and have put my affairs in order for my husband and children. I am currently preparing my mind for the moment of death.
The preparation practice is to awaken the mind before we die. In doing so I am living now every moment, free from fear or denial of my death.