On Death






All passings are related, but they are not the same. They are related in the way that all things are related. They are part of the All One – the greater fabric of this thing we call humanity.


There is a call now, for us to begin to understand mortality in a remembered way. For far too long, most of us have feared death. We have looked upon it as something to be avoided, and we have committed atrocities of suffering in our efforts to cling to human bodies. We have forgotten that death is sacred. We have forgotten that there is great power, magic, wisdom, and healing in returning to the stardust from whence we came.


Our grieving is long & hard, and we mostly neglect to sing & dance our loved ones’ passings. Our pain is the nature of our attachment. We still believe that this human body is our highest form. We are mistaken, and will continue to suffer until such time as we realize this illusion.


Our deaths should be a celebration.


They are an honouring.


They are a coming home.

By |2017-04-20T11:10:44+00:00August 29th, 2013|Life, Relationships, Sexuality, Parenting & Children|Comments Off on On Death

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Teron Wolf is a gifted Counselor, Healer & Spiritual Advisor offering Integrated Healing for Mind, Body & Spirit. He facilitates Private Sessions (Skype available), Immersion Retreats, Workshops, Classes, and Crystal Singing Bowl & Gong Meditations from his home studio in beautiful British Columbia. Teron learned at a very young age, that every challenge in his life was an opportunity to learn something about himself and the world around him. He is passionate about empowering people of all ages. He writes because hopes something you read will move you, and because the urge simply won’t leave him alone!