Masters implying those who have attained enlightenment, correct? Those who would supposedly 'not' be reincarnated?
The reason I say it is pointless is because whatever happens after you die, it's just going to be negative, or a waste of time if you kill yourself. To quote 50 Cent, of all people "Joy wouldn't feel so good if it wasn't for pain". Life inevitably has it's ups and downs, so if one happens to be reincarnated, they are bound to experience similar 'negative' events in the next life. Unless they have no need to reincarnate.
Either way, I've come to realize something important, not even during a meditation session... I've barley been doing meditation now, and I've come to realize some important truths.
Events in life are completely neutral. Pleasure and pain, in the psychological aspect, is a dynamic, created by the mind. It creates these automatically by the activity of the responses to events in life, based on the surrounding circumstances. If everything you know today to be bad, unpleasant, etc... were removed, and our children came into the world, their minds would find new things to suffer over. It's the nature of the mind. Just like, someone who gets shot several times, and survives, their mind has set a new low for them. Now, very little things frighten or bother them, or cause unpleasantness, because they have been through such an intense experience. It's the nature of the mind and how it gauges events that you experience.
and @The Scales... as silly as it may sound, a broken heart. Being in love with someone and losing it all in the worst possible way, then ending up in a messed up 'suicide triangle' between 2 best friends(one being your ex-lover, who happens to love both people equally 'in love so to speak') and yourself, everyone trying to kill themselves, which would make the others cave in and follow... Along with the intense emotional trauma of 'love' combined with helplessness inflicting each person, all 3 of them interlinked in the triangle. It's horrible haha. Though I've gotten over it. It just makes me stronger. Honestly I feel it has emotionally scared me and made me into a 'worse' person, but traumatizing events in life are supposed to change you.