Choosing to Die: An interview with Masati about life and death

Death is a natural part of life. Our biological imperative is our will to live, but what about those who insist on their right to die due to misery or physical pain? A few recent articles highlight what may be a new trend, including one in Yahoo News last month. It featured a psychologist who became the first Peruvian to die by euthanasia, a right she won after years of battling in court as she withered from a debilitating illness. The Economic Times’ story of a Netherlands woman of 28 and good physical health who will be ending her life due to extreme mental health challenges. While this idea may be shocking to some, it opens topics that beg discussion.

Uncomfortable questions arise as we navigate where the right to choose our death fits into our societies. Does our fundamental understanding of death need an upgrade? Are there valid circumstances where suffering surpasses the solutions of medical science and psychology? Some say there are more answers to be found in the quantum realm.

We turned to Masati, founder of Xponential Intelligence (XI), who has helped thousands of people transform their lives with abilities he says he gained from three near-death experiences. With over a million followers, Masati is celebrated as an expert in the quantum realm, helping others live expansive lives more aligned with their higher selves. In this exclusive interview, he shares his insights on death and life and gives considerations for doing both correctly.

Masati, do you ever think there’s a time for these end-of-life methods?

Absolutely. First, I’ll explain that the way most people think about death is wrong. Most people today have a non-awakened death; therefore, we have a tragic opinion on death. But in fact, death is just an ascension to a higher order of who we are, a higher understanding of who we are without the physical body. It’s a beautiful state. I help people connect to their higher self and let go of all the distortions of their reality, the filters, and the negative patterns they have accumulated, and they start to awaken. As they awaken and become what I call exponentially intelligent, they realize the expansiveness of their being.

Sometimes, when people are older and very diseased, they may realize their bodies are too far gone, and they go, “Wow, I don’t want to exist in this degraded state of who I could be.” They cross over faster. I’ve seen that happen hundreds of times with people who are near their death stages. It’s more euphoric for not only the person because they don’t have to go through the pain and suffering, but it’s also euphoric for the people around them. Instead of a tragic death, it was a very expansive death for the person; their loved ones note, ‘They just died in peace, and it was so quick. They just let go.’ They felt released, not relieved, which is very different.

 With all the medical knowledge and services available, why do you think many people still choose to end it all?

The paradigm of the medical community and the mindset has yet to evolve since the 1940s or 50s. The technology for studying diseases, detecting cancers, or testing, but the mindset hasn’t changed in nearly 100 years. They choose to end it all because they look at the medical community as experts and conclude that if the medical community can’t figure out what’s going on with them. I can’t. There’s no other solution. Again, they have yet to see the quantum realm or the quantum science behind it. And that’s what I do. It’s not just readily available, so they need to know other options.

It’s interesting to note that the woman wanting to die is a psychologist. This gives you clues on current paradigms that aren’t working. If a psychologist can’t figure out the road to happiness, how much hope does that give their clients? Same with doctors. They have one of the highest rates of suicide and addictions. You can go down the line— religious leaders, the wealthy, spiritual leaders. Even the financial institutions. They make up the game’s rules, yet most bigger banks are bankrupt.

It’s nature’s paradox effect, telling humanity that, as a society, we’ve always been wrong. We didn’t correct ourselves despite the signs. Thus, societies find themselves in a situation in which what they are facing is not a new problem. It’s symptoms of old problems that were never properly resolved.

How can medical science advance in understanding these topics?

They must move forward and expand. They must look at other possibilities. They need to look at how we were beings, or there was a blueprint that created you before you were a single cell, before you had a brain, before you had a body. What’s that natural phenomenon, or that superintelligence, that creates you? We must go that deep and look. The medical community just says this is the physical body, and we’re all chemical interactions, but we’re not.

Some universities are getting into neurotheology and quantum neurobiology. Neurotheology is basically the study of the spiritual realm, so to speak, the leap between the physical and the consciousness or the unknown, what Einstein would call “spooky action at a distance.” It’s beyond the concepts of religion. It’s like mystical experiences that people have that science can’t explain.

In quantum neurobiology, they’re studying the cells, and they’re seeing that it communicates to a nonexistent presence or consciousness. Those things are really coming up. I think that this line of study will explain a lot of phenomena that the medical community doesn’t know.

 Since the services do exist, what should the process be before being able to see them through?

There are three parts to this.

  1. Evaluate physical health. They should know that there’s most likely a viable solution, especially if the evaluation of their physical health is decent.
  2. Analysis from a quantum level of self or a frequency level of self: can this individual’s life be transformed? You’ve probably heard of these situations: A person has cancer, stage four, and their cancer disappears. That phenomenon is available, and it’s becoming more and more commonplace for those phenomena to happen, not just from my work or my client’s experiences, but overall, people are healing themselves miraculously, so all options should be exhausted.
  3. Realize death doesn’t mean you end it all, it’s a new beginning in another level of self. I’ve been there, due to my own three near-death experiences. The process should be awakening that person to realize that this is only a moment of time that they’re experiencing. If it is not an awakened death, then they take the garbage with them, and there is an impact on the consciousness of society.

How does that impact the consciousness?

It burdens society because a non-awakened death leaves all that unresolved pain in the consciousness of humanity. The other aspect of it, too, is that your kids or future generations of your line have those burdens to carry forward. So again, the most important thing is to know that it’s an awakened death if you choose to go forward with it.

What is an awakened death?

It’s a euphoric, expansive experience. They got rid of all the distorted patterns, and it was peaceful. That’s how you can tell it’s an awakened death. The choice is made at a higher consciousness level rather than a mental strategy. When you make it at a spirit level, you don’t need euthanasia or anything like that.

Something just literally happens for an awakened death, especially if it’s a disease. If it’s a diseased person, what we see is that person awakens and becomes more brilliant, feeling recovery. In the medical sense, they see the tests are improved, the person looks better, and they’re more coherent. Then, days later, they’re just gone.

How far should organizations and/or governments go to stop this?

Well, they shouldn’t. Just like if you try to stop abortion, how many people have died or compromised their well-being because they tried to find their own solution? It’s not about stopping it or making it illegal. It should be more of a loving space. Not a psychology space but a frequency-based space. Psychology doesn’t help at that level that they’re at let’s just face it. We wouldn’t be having this conversation if it did. Instead, if they have the proper implementations like we just discussed, it will be an avenue for individuals to really awaken. If a person has no route to live and they die properly, it can be that release.

Explain more about what you call the science of death.

I’ve been there several times, and I’ve helped thousands of people cross over properly or heal from that paradigm, literally or even extend their lifelines. This isn’t just a theory I’m sitting back talking about and not a study that has been manipulated. There’s a science behind it. It’s just that current science hasn’t evolved enough, but we can do that in the future now because the knowledge is there. You can apply it. It’s proven, and it’s duplicatable.

What’s the best way for society in general to help people that want to end their life?

First, nobody knows how to live properly. That’s why they suffer. Two, they don’t know how to die, and then they just keep recreating and recycling their problems for the next generation. Nature doesn’t do that. Nature always evolves to a higher level. Once you understand death and how death works, it literally awakens you, and you will have an awakened society that will do the right things automatically. In an awakened, realized society, you would have processes in place for those individuals initially, but then, as society expands and evolves properly, these centers aren’t needed. We would evolve beyond that, and we wouldn’t be in situations where we need to end a life that way.

How does the idea of being a realized society relate to death?

This means we would evolve or be born completely in our own natural essence of completeness, where we wouldn’t be limited physically, mentally, socially, or economically. That’s what an evolution of society is, not an advancement of technology. The current understanding of this has it wrong. Really, the higher the evolution of technology goes, the more human societies devolve. It doesn’t work that way in nature. The higher technology goes into nature, the more nature goes right along with it. Hence, in humans, we get a technological singularity, as Ray Kurzweil refers to in his book, The Singularity is Near.

Do you see more countries accommodating these kinds of end-of-life services, and why?

Likely, yes, but not necessarily implement it correctly. To make better policies takes getting outside of the religious and political values. They’re just going to go through the process, but we must focus on the essence of the person. We see this handled wrongly in hospitals or hospices, causing a lot of suffering. Are you going to extend that person’s death or are you going to shorten that person’s death?

I’ve heard you do readings or scans of people; can you explain that process?

Yes, this lady from the article thinks she has no possible solutions, maybe if she’s physically viable. Just tapping into her…She has six: It’s almost like she has six programs of people in one body, and that’s why she’s in such pain.

What I do is go, “Well, let’s just eliminate the other five identities that you think you are.” Again, it’s not a mental level or multiple personalities. It’s literally six different dimensions that she lives in one time moment. That’s overburdening for anybody. Like watching six different movies, being immersed in every movie, and knowing exactly what happened in every movie. With my abilities, it’s like, ‘Let’s step you out of these movies, and then you get to see the movies that you’ve been playing.’ And this isn’t just theory. I’ve done this to dozens and dozens of people who think suicide is the only thing they can do or get heavily sedated on drugs to make the pain go away. These are actual case studies that I’m talking about, and this is an actual reading for this person.

This is how I approach somebody who wants to commit suicide, feeling there’s no choice. I acknowledge it sucks and then show them, “This is just a path that you went down. It doesn’t mean it’s you.” I separated the path that they went down compared to the possibilities of other paths that could be. I’m opening dimensions of possibilities for them. This goes beyond the logic of the mind. The mind is about processing, and it only processes the dimension that they are in.

I can’t guarantee it, but it’s worked on others, and we have so many testimonials on these situations, even people who had once been suicidal.

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