Deepak & Darrah On Death March 30, 2020 Manifestation 9 Comments Darrah asks Deepak to share his thoughts about death, a concept that many of us fear. Tune in to hear Deepak’s interesting perspective on death in the human experience. Tags: Health & Wellness, metaphysics Please Share This Share this content Opens in a new window Twitter Opens in a new window Facebook Opens in a new window Pinterest Opens in a new window Reddit Continue Reading Previous PostAquarius March 2020 Astrology Finally GOOD NEWS, Major TURNING POINT!Next PostDeepak & Darrah On Sex You Might Also Like Jagdish Dave – Mindfulness: An Emerging Paradigm March 16, 2020 Ask Deepak – Did the Universe Create Counciousness? – Deepak Chopra March 19, 2020 Deepak & Darrah On Sex March 30, 2020 This Post Has 9 Comments Comfortably numb. 20 May 2019 Reply I thought he died. First grumpy cat…. Nina 20 May 2019 Reply What???! Todd Sloan 20 May 2019 Reply It’s OK, now every day is a good one, yes…? Gina Librizzi 21 May 2019 Reply I love this perspective; it resonates with me as truth. I’m grieving the very recent and unexpected loss of a close loved one, so this information can help me immediately. Thank you, Deepak and Darrah! Osiris Shafer 21 May 2019 Reply Darrah THANK YOU again for a very NECESSARY explanation of death to avoid so much and understand death for what it is a CONTINUATION.. Osiris Shafer 21 May 2019 Reply PAIN Sm Mn 6 Aug 2019 Reply “ The fear of death is the basis of all religions “ yes indeed Sm Mn 6 Aug 2019 Reply “Cancer is the lost of memory of death” Wow Doubting Thomas 15 Feb 2020 Reply My brother died of cancer, March 10th., 2019. I visited his deathbed the day before, and who was there was my earliest childhood friend, Jonathan. Back in 1984, he worked for Prince, when he had his ‘Purple Rain’ album and movie. He was there when this song was originally recorded: “I Would Die For You.” And he showed up at my brother’s deathbed. He, Jonathan, was standing next to me as I read to my brother from the KJV: 1 John. And then I sang parts of three songs; two of which were by Jimi Hendrix, which he recorded shortly before he died. My brother was at the recording session for both of these songs: ‘Drifting’ and ‘Angel’. My brother had been the guitarist for a drummer named Buddy Miles back in the early 70s, and they toured with Jimi Hendrix and performed at his funeral. Buddy had also worked extensively with Otis Redding. When my brother was in Buddy’s band, they did shows with Jimi, but also Jim Morrison and The Doors, and Janis Joplin, among others. The last thing I said to my brother alive was this: “Brother, if you believe in forever, and life is just a one-night stand. If there’s a rock n roll heaven, you know they’ve got a hell of a band.” The opening line from The Righteous Brothers’ “Rock N Roll Heaven”. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.