10 Reasons to Stay Alive


10 Reasons to Stay Alive

Krista Raisa

Psychic Medium, Author & Artist

Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk I’m a woman’s man: no time to talk. Music loud and women warm, I’ve been kicked around since I was born. And now it’s all right, it’s okay and you may look the other way, we can try to understand The New York Times’ effect on man.

We all know the lyrics to The Bee Gees song “Stayin’ Alive” because the music makes you want to literally stay alive so that you can bring your right hand down from the sky, across your body with your knees bent, into a snap. Wyclef Jean’s version adds the words “Tryin’ To” to the title, because thirty years since the Saturday Night Fever anthem people are still dying.

Japanese students take themselves out when their parents’ choice college turns them down. In northern Europe, men in their 50s are terminating themselves because alcohol no longer cures depression. Suicide.org reports that every 40 seconds a person dies by suicide somewhere in the world. Luckily, 6 million people on Facebook are clicking the “Like” button on company websites like “Suicide Girls” rather than committing hara-kiri.

Should you ever question your existence, feel completely alone or misunderstand your empathy, remember there are people who survived that very same pain. Some became resilient, creative and developed spiritually, like Malcolm X.

No matter where you are or how bad it seems, choose life over death, for the following reasons:

  1. As early as the 1900s, world-famous spiritualist medium Madame Blavatsky who studied under Indian tradition, recognized the realm of “Kama Loka.” This is a dimension where souls who commit suicide must review their entire lives should they have chosen to live that life. It is depicted in the movie, “Astral City: A Spiritual Journey (English Subtitled)”, where the mind is tormented by lower consciousness until it self-realizes and chooses the better Path.

  2. Khorshed Bhavnagri channeled messages from her two sons who died in a car crash, creating the international bestseller “The Laws of the Spirit World.” They explained through automatic writing that suicide is a sin because you are breaking God’s laws, as God intended for you to live a life. Not facing your problems makes you drop to the lower realms in the Spirit World, our true home.

  3. The consciousness known as Abraham, as channeled through Esther Hicks, explained in “Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires” that our souls chose to be here. Similarly, clients of hypnotist Dolores Cannon explain in “The Three Waves of Volunteers and the New Earth” that souls have incarnated from other star systems to help Earth as it is now transitioning into a new Golden Age of 26,000 years, the Age of Aquarius.

  1. Approximately half the world population is male and the other half female, which implies there is some sort of “divine” structure to how babies are born onto Earth.

  2. There is a saying that goes, “the only way from here is up”, so hitting rock-bottom is not the be-all end-all. The trance channeled consciousness known as “Seth” in “The Nature of Personal Reality: Specific, Practical Techniques for Solving Everyday Problems and Enriching the Life You Know (Jane Roberts)” explains that we flicker in and out of reality every second, but it happens so quickly that we perceive matter as solid. This means your consciousness is so fast-moving, you have more than a moment in time to pick one thought that feels better. Abraham says it takes 17 seconds to attract a positive thought when you choose to attract one.

  3. Buddhist high priests believe in reincarnation, especially because they have witnessed the soul of the Dalai Lama reincarnating into a new body that remembers distinct aspects of the soul’s previous lifetime. A Tibetan child is tested by intuitively identifying objects that belonged to the previous Dalai Lama (a.k.a. himself), after the high priests receive prophetic dreams and consult with former servants, political leaders and monks.

  1. BBC reports the Vatican figure of an estimated 1.2 billion Roman Catholics in the world. This faith embraces the concept of angels and Spirit Guides. Similarly, the 1.6 billion Muslims in the world study their holy book, the Quran, which sites the first revelation of Muhammad, who is visited by the Archangel Gabriel. This means roughly 40% of the world’s population knows what an “angel” is, before we even begin to acknowledge Judaic messengers of God: the Seraphim, Ophanim, Cherubim, Hashmallim, Elohim, Ishim, Malakim, Erelim and Chayot Ha Kodesh.

  2. A lot of the pain you feel has nothing to do with you. As you read this now, you have endured the international post-traumatic stress of WWII, held space for the baby-boomers, and surely at some point supported one or two millennials. You are now responsible for guiding Generation Z, who are pressured to beat Wall Street while being as sensitive as a nylon string guitar. These kids are torn between pharmaceuticals and psychedelic plants for personal healing, so help them know what it means to be truly alive.

  3. Women are fighting for equality and winning, whistleblowers are disclosing crimes committed against humanity by the Cabal, and everyone knows the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. People have begun amazing grassroots movements such as Permaculture, UBUNTU and at-home hydroponics that are completely self-sustaining! As the United States wakes up to J.J. Hurtak’s 1977 prophecy of a dove of peace landing over ancient Atlantis in “The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch“, we see presidents promising the legalization of marijuana, making it safer for people with brown skin to walk on the streets.

  4. Interracial marriages are creating beautiful people who do not think in terms of color, gender, class or alienness, and promote the “Rainbow Tribe”, “First Contact”, and self-love. I know this because I am that person, and if I can survive the ugliest thought of jumping off a roof, so can you.

Let us dance, now, like the “kami” nature spirits in Shintoism, or the “devas” of Hinduism. Similarly, we can begin to celebrate Mother Earth and Taoism, the here and now. This was the message of musicians called The Fifth Dimension, The Beatles, and Bob Marley. Although some are long gone, they left behind reminders for why you, too, should stay alive.