Everyone will die one day.
It's a fact. No question about it.
Are there good death and bad death then?
I think there are.
When we die, we leave our physical body behind, and become spiritual or non-physical existence.
YUTAI, pronounced like you-tie, is what Reikongaku calls our non-physical body.
It's nothing new. We've always had yutai. It's just that it was never proved scientifically.
After we die, yutai will be the body we use and we will know it sooner or later.
Yutai retains all memories that our physical brain does.
This means that we will remain the unique individual that we've always been.
After we die, we can expect ourselves to wake up and say, "Am I still alive?",
"Where am I?", "What happened?"...
I think it is one of the most important things for any person to have a good death.
My understanding of good death is:
- You know that you have spiritual body and will live on after physical death.
- You learn basics on how things will work in spiritual society.
- You train and condition your yutai to the best of your ability before you die.
Reikongaku teaches us these, and help us prepare for it.
You never know how much time you have left to do this.
The sooner the better of course, but it is your choice.