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Microdosing Death: The Secret to Living a Fulfilling Life

In this video, I discuss one of my favorite practices for self-evolution, which I call “microdosing death.” This practice involves creating little moments throughout the day that remind you of the finite nature of life. For some people, the thought of death can be depressing and create a lot of suffering. But if fear of death is a big thing for you, as it used to be for me, this practice can help you gain clarity on what is most important in your life. By consciously reminding yourself of your impending death, you can gain a sharper focus on the things that are most important to you and start to live each day with more intensity and awareness. It can help you align your actions with your true purpose and make the most of the time you have. I offer different timeframes for reflection, such as what if today were my last day or what if I had 100 years left to live. I also suggest incorporating the breath as a way to create mini-moments of remembering the fragility of life. If you have any experience with this practice or questions, please leave a comment below.

By Kasper van der Meulen

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