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How to Die Peacefully: Ensuring a peaceful death for a loved one
Sadhguru looks at what care must be taken to ensure a peaceful death for a loved one, and explains how Indian culture has set up various processes for those looking at how to die peacefully. Questioner: I have a parent who is nearing her death. What is the best way to prepare her for a peaceful death? Sadhguru: Everywhere in the world, people have talked about how to die peacefully. All they are talking about is they do not want to die in a choppy manner; they want to recede gently. To take away the choppiness of death, one simple thing you can do is to have a lamp — preferably with ghee but you can also use butter — burning constantly, 24 hours of the day next to that person. This creates a certain aura so that the choppy nature of withdrawal can be regulated to some extent.
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