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The Philosophy of Death (Shao Sheng)

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A
THE PHILOSOPHY OF DEATH
Death
is an eternal secret that everyone has to face...
is a mysterious curtain that has not been uncovered by humans...
is an issue that neither science nor religion could provide a conclusion...
is an individualized narration of near-death experience due to time, place and people...
is a matter of life and death that educational subject has never been involved and is a taboo.
THE CONTENTION OF DEATH
An abiotic phenomenon of no spontaneous breathing ability
and brain dead.
An ultimate theory by past science that considered
"a man dies the way a lamp goes out".
A state that the soul is released from the body and returned
to the spiritual world after death.
Psychological Chronic Death
Depression and desperation
Self-delusion
(drugs)
Disheartened with
exterminated will
(the samādhi of ignorance)
EXPLORATION AND REPORT OF DEATH IN TODAY'S ERA
1. Medical reports of "near-death experiences".
2. Experience of soul that freed itself from the body
of cultivators.
3. Formulation of individual experience of psychics.
4. Formulation of alien psychic groups.
THE PERCEPTION OF DEATH BY HUMAN BEINGS OF DIFFERENT ERAS
1. Creation of fear to the unknown world after death (being infused with negative information)
2. With belief and faith to the unknown world after death (being guided with positive information)
3. Holding non-existentialism to the unknown world after death (do not believe the existence of soul)
4. Fill with psychological uncertainty to the unknown world after death (expected to be led)
When faced with the allotted time of death
the review of life is a psychological assessment and treatment
1. Believe my life is affirmative (good deeds in lifetime match the specifications of eternal life)
2. Believe my repentance is atoned (discovery of conscience is the purge of sin)
3. Believe my soul will have an audience with the lead of light (salvation of gods you believe in)
OBSTACLES AND PENETRATED THERAPY OF BELIEF
Diagram of one's nature (spirit, nature universe, creator)
spirit
mindset
body
nature
universe
creator
Infinite


B
System
A
System
A
System
A
System
A
System
A
B
Integrated
Individual
spirit
mindset
body
System
of consciousness
System
of mentality
System
of sentiment
System
of belief
System
of memory
System
of function
System of
overall integration
Feeling
Experience
Logical
Thinking
Emotional
Reaction
Religious and
Traditional
Cultures
Experience
Storage
Input
Organize
Output
Patterns of moral character
Models of thoughts
Design of belief system
Concrete contents of life
Light
Heat
Ignition
Gasification
Wick (burning matter)
Oil (mass-energy of life)
IMPERISHABLE
ENERGY
INDIVIDUAL
Training
Utilization of the tool
COMPANIES
Personal Development
Vocational orientations
Experiences of ethics education
COURSES
WORKSHOPS
DYNAMICS
ATTENDANCES
FAMILY
SCHOOLS
EDUCATION FOR YOUTHS AND TEACHERS
MANAGERS AND TEAM
Interpersonal relationships
Articulating potentials
PARENTS AND CHILDREN, COUPLES
Understanding of relationships
Overcoming conflicts
SELF-KNOWLEDGE
MULTIPLIERS
EDUCATORS
THERAPISTS

All lives have the manifestation of being alive and ending of death.
The concept of life also forms a system
due to the views of time, culture and religion.
Through the inference of history and culture,
the concept of life and death of Oriental culture
has formed the philosophical views of Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism.
Taoism
Confucianism
Buddhism
The Philosophy of Taoism
A
Use the original
meaning of "nature"
to view life and death
The phenomenon
of human life
The falsehood and reality
views of life
B
C
1. Life is originally the order of nature.

2. Human beings cannot determine
their own life span.

3. Life and death are made to follow
the order of nature.
Use the original meaning of "nature"
to view life and death:
Lao zi
"Humans are similar to all things, to be born is the moment towards death gradually."
1. 3/10 of children are in the growth process (death caused by accidents and diseases)
2. 3/10 of elders are in the process of becoming emaciated and die (aging)
3. 3/10 of middle age's death are caused by indulging deep into desires and fatigue.
4. 1/10 of people understand to conserve and cherish life (enjoy full age)
The falsehood and reality of life
Butterfly dream of Zhuang Zi
Zhuang Zi is the butterfly
or the butterfly is Zhuang Zi

Night dreams are small dreams
Life and death are big dreams
The Philosophy of Confucianism
A
B
Confucius said:
"How can you know
what death before
you know what life is?"
Use the significance
of life to view
life and death
Heavenly mandate:
all life upholds the original meaning of the Universe
The significance and
responsibility given
to life
Righteous life:
all life upholds their own mission
Establishment of Tao of Heaven is named Yin and Yang
Establishment of Tao of Earth is named firmness and softness
Establishment of Tao of Human is named benevolence and righteousness
* Tao = Principle
The Philosophy of Buddhism
B
C
D
Life and death is a great matter
Impermanence is prompt
Transcience and change of life
Life and death with karma traction
Nothing can be brought away
only the karma that follows
The human form is hard to obtain
The Dharma is hard to difficult to hear

The body of life and death are the four co-fake
(four co-fake: Wind, Water, Fire and Soil)
A continuation of meeting and parting,
principal and secondary causes
Today's Philosophical Views of Life and Death
A
Death
Death
of life
Death of consciousness
Death
of soul
Breakdown of
four co-fake
Despair and
give up
Darkness
of sin
B
Revival
Rebirth
Confidence
Towards the
face of light
New life
Trust
Love
Hope
Imperishable
spirit
A
System
Taoism
Confucianism
Buddhism
Mutual accretion
and benefits of
life and nature
Completion of
significance and
value of life
Eternal continuation
and elevation
of life
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