You are frightened of death because you have postponed it. –Krishnamurti
The ancient ones understood that the journey into physical form held the risk of getting stuck in the gravity of the human experience. The Anasazi avoided getting stuck in endless cycles of birth and death, as most of us are now.
The painting by Blake shows what is rarely seen—a whole death. Death has a chance to become whole when the dying person lets go of the human story. The outcome is a conscious death.
The eyes and physical senses reveal a small slice of reality. They tell almost nothing about the non-physical realms that exist all around us—the very realms you go to when you die.