Neale Donald Walsch Shares Why You Shouldn’t Fear Or Mourn Death

What if you never had to mourn the death of a loved one again? And never fear your own death anymore?

In this video, modern day spiritual messenger and New York Times bestselling author of Conversations with God, Neale Donald Walsch, shares why we don’t have to be afraid or sad when a life ends.

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Our fears about the unknown can plunge us into a deep sense of loss after someone we love passes. But what if we could face the end of life in a healthier way — with grace, positivity, and a deep sense of knowing?

In the video above, Neale Donald Walsch suggests that the key to fully celebrating life is awakening to one basic fact:

Death does not exist.

How is that possible? Neale says that death “can’t occur in the experience of a sacred being known as your soul that lives past the end of your physical life.” And once you accept this fact, you no longer experience death as pain.

Neale didn’t always have this outlook, however. In the last months of his mother’s life, she asked him to agree to a four-word promise. Neale shares this deeply moving, personal story in this video — and explains how it altered his experience of life and death.

Do you agree that death doesn’t truly exist?

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Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch is a modern-day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. The Conversations with God series of books that emerged from his search for spiritual meaning has been translated into 37 languages, touching millions and inspiring important changes in their day-to-day lives.

Nineteen years after the third Conversations with God book was released, which both the world and Neale thought was the last in the series, Neale found himself drawn into that familiar, yet unexpected dialogue with God. And this time, he received a new breathtaking revelation for the world: “Awaken The Species” A blueprint to humanity’s next great evolutionary leap.

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