“Love and Death are two uninvited guests, when they will come, nobody knows but both do the same work, one takes heart and the other takes its beats.” (Nishan Panwar)
We all must pass away sometime—but when we lose someone we love, the pain and sadness we experience are very difficult to bear. What can we do to overcome this sadness? How can we step forward into the next phase of life?
In our darkest moments, we all need some reassurance: we need to believe that death is not the end.
I've just read a remarkable book - “Hello from Heaven” by Bill and Judy Guggenheim - that provides convincing new evidence of life after death.
The couple's field of research is After-death communication (ADC), which occurs when we are contacted directly by a deceased loved one.
The authors' seven years of study seeks to prove that life and love are eternal. According to the Guggenheims, 20-40% of the population of the United States have had one or more ADC experience: sensing a presence, hearing voices, feeling a touch, smelling a fragrance, seeing partial or full appearances of passed relatives, etc…
Their study tells us our loved ones want us to know they continue to exist, albeit in a different state; that we don’t need to be concerned about them as we will be reunited when it’s our turn to leave. Death is simply a transition from the physical world to the spiritual world.
There is no right or wrong way to grieve. The important thing is to allow ourselves the time and space to get over our loss.
Professionals distinguish seven stages of grief that you have to go through: shock, denial, panic, anger, guilt, depression and acceptance.
Talking to a psychic who offers hope and clarity can help you work your way through these stages.
Psychics and spiritual mediums bridge the gap between the physical and the spiritual worlds. A gifted psychic connects the energies of the living and the dead and provides reassurance - when a loved one passes - that they are not really gone. They show us that not even death can bring true love to an end.
Our loved ones still exist, and that they been set free through “the transformational process of death”.
It is very comforting to know that we can continue to communicate with our loved ones.Whether we choose to talk to them out loud or silently… they can hear us.
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