Now, I realize this concept may be a leap for so many. But consider this, how would you feel if you died and your loved ones where there just despondent, dysfunctional, stunted and so broken by your passing that they could no longer live? Think about it. How would that make you feel? Would it not make you feel bad? Would you not want them to continue to love you, cherish the brief time incarnate that you had together but continue to live, love and grow? Think about it. This concept doesn't become one that immediately sinks in. It takes time and then resonates more and more over time as you gain the experience to test out what the mind holds only as hypothesis. In fact, when I first contemplated this concept thirty years ago, I outright rejected it as the crazy making designs of sanity challenged. I realized that certain things, while seeming completely crazy, really represented a collection of hypotheses I needed time and experience to test out. I found a way to suspend my judgment and open my mind. I did test the concept and I have made my own conclusions based on my own first-hand testing. I do hope that this offers you some food for thought that may ease your pain a little. (I did forget to mention that I do talk to dead people on occasion so I do have their side of the story too). Any way, my hope is that these words help you to live with peace from an alternative perspective rather than stunted by fear and judgment or over-identification with loss. I'll share something a little more. I went to the other side fearing death but I returned holding nothing but love. That love expanded further like dominoes from Mount Everest and brought me understanding and I took that understanding and extrapolated it across so many things that were a mystery to me before my heart stopped beating. Live your lives and feel the love of everyone always whether they are walking physically beside you or ethereally. You are so loved no matter what you believe. ~Blessings of great love, infinite light and gentle healing dearest souls.
(c) 2012 Jaie Hart (photo, random but beautiful internet find)