Members AlwaysHisGirl Posted February 15, 2013 Members Report Share Posted February 15, 2013 It was after Mike's memorial service when reality finally set in and the pain of losing him felt unbearable. For weeks I faced horrible emotional pain every morning upon waking, and it did not go away. I needed very much to find relief from that terrible pain. I felt desperate to find it. About a month and a half after Mike's death I chose to have a session with a medium whose web site convinced me to give it a try. I had nothing to lose if she, who is a spiritual medium/intuitive empath, turned out to be a fake, and so much to gain if she could do what the women who had written testimonials said she could do. The session with Rachel, the spiritual medium, was totally positive, and I left believing that Mike still exists, he is always with me, and I will see him again.I suppose what I am intent on sharing here is my process of healing. After I met with the spiritual medium, I began reading books about near death experiences (NDEs), after death communications (ADCs), the afterlife, and mediums. Then sometime during my research on those topics, I realized that I have only three choices: Choose to remain in pain, Choose to find ways to heal, or Choose to end it all. My choice is to find ways to heal. And I'd like to share some of what I've done to help me do that. I will simply list them here:Met with a mediumRead books, such as the following with the author's name listed first:Elizabeth Kubler-Ross: On Death and Dying, On Life After DeathBetty J. Eadie: Embraced by the LightJames Van Praagh: Healing Grief, Heaven and Earth, Talking to Heaven, Reaching HeavenMary Ann Winkowski: When Ghosts SpeakRobert Brown: We Are EternalGeorge Anderson: Lessons From The Light, We Don't Die, Ask George AndersonDr. Mary C. Neal: To Heaven and BackDr. Eben Alexander: Proof of HeavenKeep a journal with me in which I record memories of Mike when one crosses my mind. (Where we went, what we did, what he said, the way he smiled at me, what he believed, the way he looked at me across the campfire, what made him laugh, the way he danced and played with his grandchildren, and much more)Keep a journal in which I record spiritual experiences, coincidences, dreams, unexplainable phenomenonRead what others write about their losses, how they feel, and how they are coping. Before I started to do that I had no idea that it would help me to heal, but it has.I hope this post has helped in some way."Share knowledge so that others may light their candles by it." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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