Dealing with Grief and Depression
Here we are 4 months along the road, and still dealing with grief and depression. It may as well of happened yesterday. When will it feel easier to cope with the physical loss? We must learn to live with what is, and be strong for other loved ones too. There is help out there. Through your faith and church or through the organisations I mentioned in Part 1. If you do not believe in any religion why not give the Spiritualist Church a go. See what you think about your experience after you have been. There is also free physical healing given there, which covers mental healing too. Mental health issues should be dealt with by your GP. Suicidal thoughts! well you need a huge cuddle, and a cuppa. Maybe a trip to your doctor. Do not be ashamed of your feelings because it is a natural part of bereavement.
Dealing with grief and depression, takes a strong focus but most of all faith and courage. Suicide is a pretty selfish act. To bring more grief to our families. Especially, when peoples lives are taken from them, through illness and accident. God is not to blame. It is not Gods wish for people to die horrible deaths.
I am so lucky and blessed to have my faith and gift of medium ship. Thanking god every day for my experiences with spirit, but I too must experience the physical loss. Chatting away to my son Kevin all day and night because I know I am communicating with him.
Waking up in Spirit
Imagine waking up in spirit and not wanting to be there but wanting home with ones family. How frustrating must that be?. I do not believe we wake up in spirit and everything is hunky dory. When we pass through the veil we can need healing too. Depending on the circumstances in which we passed over. Was there a long illness or a sudden death. We will never be prepared that is for certain. Do our passed loved ones not grieve for us? Yes they do.
Light a Candle and Pray
I suggest to all my sisters and brothers out there dealing with grief and depression, to light a candle next to your loved ones photo. If that doesn’t help you, then remember that every thought and memory we have of our loved ones, they will know about. They can see us but we cannot always see them. Spirit loved ones will do there utmost to attract our attention. From Electrical disruptions to feathers and animal behaviour changes. The dog or cat watching a certain chair. Animals are very psychic and intuitive and are usually the first sign that you have a loved one with you.
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