I hope this newsletter finds you all well and safe during the current crisis. I am keeping you all in my prayers.
Because of the current situation I thought it might be helpful to answer this month’s question for the benefit of many who are asking if there are ways that they can communicate with their own departed loved ones. The answer requires a little more than a quick newsletter so I thought it would be best to address the question in three stages. I will therefore dedicate two newsletters to an explanation and then will be announcing a FREE one hour webinar which will walk you through the process in more detail in hopes that you will benefit from some online guidance.
The question has been posed to me in various ways but it boils down to this – “Can I sense or communicate with my own departed loved ones”?
The answer is simply – Yes! However the manner in which or the frequency of which this can happen depends on a number of factors including being open to the number of possibilities and ways in which you may accomplish this.
So let’s start with some basic truths and build a firm foundation of understanding before jumping into this blindly.
All of us who have lost people close to us will suffer from the stages of grief at some point after their transition. Each of us will react differently and process the difficulties of loss in our own way and through our own being at varied levels of intensity depending on who we are. It is important to know that the rawness & intensity of grief can often impede our ability to make clear connections so the first effort should be to breathe, rest and not rush the process on our terms. Give the event some space or breathing room to allow the pressures of the unfathomable pain to dissipate slightly.
Beyond the doubt and skepticism of most people during
Watch for an upcoming announcement for a free webinar that will explain all of this further. I hope you will join me.