Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Death and disease

“Basically speaking, there are only life forms.  Through their cooperation your entire world sustains its reality, substance, life, and form.  If there were no diseases as you think of them, there would be no life forms at all. Your reality demands a steady fluctuation of physical and nonphysical experience.  Most of you, my readers, understand that if you did not sleep you would die.  The conscious withdrawal of mental life during life makes normally conscious experience possible.  In the same way, there must, of course, be a rhythm of physical death, so that the experience of normal physical life is possible.  It goes without saying that without death and disease – for the two go hand in hand – then normal corporeal existence would be impossible.”
(The Way Toward Health,Session April 20, 1984)

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