This is a topic that has thrown me off for some time, ever since their passing. As Abraham Hicks would put it, their croaking, and Abraham makes light of the idea of death, that it isn’t such a bad thing etc.
I was disturbed when I heard of the passing of Jerry Hicks, after having listened to the Abraham Hicks content, and read their books, for a number of years, and I would say I have been positively impacted by it, and am thankful for it.
That being said, Jerry passing away, on November 18, 2011. I don’t know how old he was, but I don’t think he was much older than 70 or so.
Hearing about that just felt like a contradiction to the essence of the Abraham Hicks’ teachings. Granted I know this is highly debated and people go around in circles about theories and philosophies about why it either makes sense or it doesn’t, and some go so far to look at this as if they are misleading people, like some kind of divine retribution.
I don’t have an answer as to why it may have happened. I just know it does seem counter to their teachings, yet I know life is full of things we don’t understand, and sometimes I think we would have to understand God to understand stuff like this.
But it did make me question stuff like this, and I have yet to understand it.
Then there is Wayne Dyer. He passed away on August 29, 2015 at the age of 75.
He was a relentless advocate about the ideas that we choose our circumstances, by how we think, and that anyone who has some kind of disease, in fact chose it one way or other.
I recall at some point, he was diagnosed with leukemia, and was then healed at a distance by John of God, in Brazil.
But then, what seemed not too long after that, I heard that he too had passed away.
That threw me off even more, because I have listened to so much Wayne Dyer over the years, it absolutely shaped how I lived my life, and still does to this day.
Anyways, here it is, years later, and I still don’t know what to think about either.
You could use spiritual ideas to argue that their times of deaths were not really early, but if you are familiar with their work and philosophies, it does seem like an early passing for them both, which I wrestle to grasp.
Anyways, recently I was reminded of this topic and decided to write a post about it.
I ran across a video with Esther Hicks (through whom Abraham is channeled), and Dr. Dyer even asks a question about when he passes, which was interesting.
He was also talking about when we go through hard times, which I can relate to right now.