Death and Dying: Reconsidering the Inevitable Journey

Episode 60 – Reclaiming Your Self ~ 11/04/28 ~ Death and Dying: Reconsidering the Inevitable Journey

As the saying goes: In life, there are only two things you can be sure of – death and taxes. Yet, despite its inevitability, we are often confronted with our own fear, uncertainty and resistance to the idea of ‘death’.

What is ‘death’? What happens to us when we die? Where do we go and how do we get there? These questions are often left unexplored, with the consequence of generating more fear, sufficient to destabilize us.

Join Louise and her guest Sheila Winter Wallace as they explore the notion of ‘death’ through the eyes of a Quantum Biological Human™.

In conversation with: Sheila Winter Wallace – WEL-Systems Institute Affiliate and Certified CODE Model Coach – carries the wisdom that comes from living long and engaging meaningfully with others. In addition to many and varied certifications, Sheila’s background as an RN ensured that she would know intimately the joys of healing; and the sacred moments of closure when Life would transform itself. To find out more, visit Sheila’s website.

Listen to Episode 60

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One thought on “Death and Dying: Reconsidering the Inevitable Journey

  1. Louise LeBrun

    My thanks to Sheila for a great conversation! One thing I know for sure: when it comes to such things, not only is she without fear, she knows there is nothing TO fear. From our conversation, today, came the awareness that what we call ‘death’ is the process we engage to move from one expression of Self (‘reality’) to another; and that this outcome is achieved through the process we call ‘dying’. Like any other process we create, WHO we are choosing to be in its expression will determine HOW we choose to design its unfolding. ‘Dying’, like any other strategy intended to attain outcome, will be a reflection of a higher order of thinking, rather than the thought, itself.

    My only lament is that there was so much more to consider and we ran out of time. Perhaps, another time….

    What comes to mind for you, about you, as you listen?


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