Facing the moment of death

DSC03962Whether a person is interested in the reassurances that Exit’s literature can offer or not, each of us has to face the moment of death one day. “When it all comes to an end” examines what we can do to face the last moments of life with equanimity, whatever our situation. We offer it to our supportive readers for personal use (It may not be published elsewhere or modified without permission. We ask you to please respect this. Webmasters may feel free to offer a link direct to this site.)

The article does not include details of self-deliverance (rational suicide) techniques. Much of the information is equally applicable to a self-deliverance, a hospice, or a natural death at home. The psychological methods have also been featured in peer-reviewed journals.

Click here: When it all comes to an end
(This article has also been published in Exit Newsletter and Five Last Acts – The Exit Path. The version here is from the Special Feature in the Exit Newsletter.)

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