Clare Goldsberry: Living & Dying Fearlessly

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Fear of death is likely the greatest fear of humankind. It is this fear that creates a reluctance to live life to its fullest. Clare Goldsberry’s journey through the illness and death of her partner gave her an extraordinary new understanding of the meaning of life and why we create our world as we do, and of how we die. Death is not the end-game of life but merely the transition from one experience to another as consciousness moves us through different levels of awareness.

Clare will discuss:

  • How mind creates matter and why we perceive phenomena as “reality.”
  • Why identification with our physical bodies promotes fear.
  • How fear and uncertainty creates suffering.
  • How we can transcend suffering and learn to live in equanimity, helping us to live well so that we can die well.

Clare Goldsberry is a lifelong student of Theosophy and many other spiritual traditions. She has carefully studied how these traditions intersect with quantum physics. Clare has developed a number of creative classes on topics including quantum Buddhism, the nature of reality, and consciousness. She teaches classes on a variety of spiritual traditions in the Phoenix area. Clare's new book, The Illusion of Life and Death includes a foreword by author, scholar, and Quest magazine editor Richard Smoley. Visit her website at claregoldsberry.com. The views expressed in this program are those of the presenter/s and do not necessarily represent the views of the Theosophical Society in America, its members or its affiliates.

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