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Top 5 Regrets of the About to die and how to triumph over them

In Uncategorized on February 22, 2011 by bissel518 Tagged: , ,

regrets of the dyingTop Five Misgivings of the Dying and how to triumph over them

1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others wanted me to live.
2. If only I didn’t spend so much time at work.
3. If only I’d shown my emotions courageously.
4. I wish I had taken care of my relationships with friends and family.
5. I wish I had permitted myself the luxury happiness and to enjoy life.

Those are the top 5 regrets from the declining, and here is how to conquer having these remorse, or others

I have read articles concerning dying and i have read poetry written by old-old people articulating their misgivings. They’re in death’s entrance, and the perspective on their lifetime and their selves is distinctive from that vantage point: they are to the side as well as a little bit raised position from where they can both feel and see.

But what about you, who’re not prepared to die? How are you going to gain access to the same vantage point allowing you to, while you are alive, while you have the chance, undertake things, change things, so when you’re in that age, you will not have so many remorse, and you will have remembered reading this article like a distinctive line of before and after, as you transformed enough in your daily life to have a very different rest of life for your self.

That’s the aim of this informative article, to beat the top five misgivings belonging to the declining. To help you to make the modifications so that the list of remorse fades away or becomes totally different. All right? Let’s get started.
Defeat top 5 remorse of the declining: Way 1:

Visualize that you lie on your own deathbed.

At this point, if you’re able to fantasize that you are looking at your head from behind (my own practical experience is that everyone can do that) you’ll be able to picture yourself lying on your own deathbed.

It’s a lovely evening, and you feel no pain, no worries, just time at your disposal to think about what you could have done in a different way should you have had simply recognized how it was going to end up.

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