This word sounds like an old-school way to say “I’m afraid to give your body a hard time.” I’m not sure if it’s a good thing or a bad thing either, but if it’s a bad thing, it’s a good thing.
What exactly is “hard time” or “what is hard time” when we consider the human race as a whole? Why is it so hard to be human and die in this world? If you look at the world today, we don’t live in it. We live in a world where all the people living in it are so old they don’t even remember anything about us.
The word amavasya is used in Ayurveda to describe the cycle of death and rebirth in a dying body. It’s a bit like the concept of rebirth in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions as well. While the concept of rebirth is in the past, the process of reincarnation is still with us.
We often think of reincarnation as a horrible process where we leave a body we were born into and then we are bound by a cycle of reincarnation. While this idea of reincarnation may be true, it can also be a very positive and healing process. We may be stuck on this cycle for so long that it’s actually quite helpful to us. Think of it as a way to help you heal (or be healed) from your past.
The concept of reincarnation is not new. The belief that we can be reborn from the same person who we were when we die stems back to 3,000 years ago during the time of the Gupta Empire. Back then, the belief was that it was possible to return from the dead and become an exact copy of the person you were before you died.
A positive and healing process is, in fact, a way to let go of some old memories and make room for new ones. Many of us who have been through a traumatic event in our lives go through a negative and healing process. It can be as simple as allowing yourself to forget about things you were afraid of. This can be anything from a visit to the doctor, to a loved one, to not being able to sleep.
I’ve said before that the first time I had an amnesia attack it felt like a total loss of control. I lost my ability to think clearly, my friends and family, and my sense of reality. In many ways it was the most traumatic, and yet the most healing experience I’ve ever had.
No matter what you feel like, there’s no telling what will happen. If you want to make it through the next eight years, that’s your choice. I can only imagine how much we’ve been waiting for. It’s also worth noting that the second time I tried to stop it, it was nearly a year ago.
The only thing that saved me is that I had a complete stranger help me through it. He taught me to let go of everything and to just let it go. He taught me to trust my instincts, and that I can do this for free.