While we are here on Earth, it is easy to assume that what we see is all there is and becomes our reality. So it is very easy to forget that “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, We are spiritual beings having a human experience”. Teilhard de Chardin

Our physical bodies are really just the “house” for our spirit /soul to accomplish whatever it came to do. This “house” grows and changes as our spirit experiences life. Throughout life, from birth to childhood to adulthood to seniority, there are so many moments of transition, of passing through and letting go. Each gives us the opportunity to bring spirituality and the ability to find out who we are. This is different from religion which brings a firm set of traditions and beliefs.

It is hard to understand that death is just a major transition for your loved one and also for you and your family. For your loved one who has passed, the transition of leaving physical form is actually a liberation, a homecoming and a remembrance as they return to their natural state of being.
However, for those of us that were left behind, it is usually much more devastating. Even when we have the chance to say good-bye, feel prepared and know this is a blessing for the person passing, it still hurts deeply. As we move through the different stages of grief and since this is a time of growth, the process becomes more spiritual.

In healing our grief, it is important that the relationship with your loved one be clarified and redefined. You are invited to slow down and go inward. Whether through prayer, journaling or other means, you have the chance to confront issues that may have occurred and release them. You get to choose the memories you want to keep and discard the rest.
There are times when we are acutely reminded of our loved one and it catches us off balance. This is normal. Sometimes, it is our loved one communicating with you.

Remember, your loved one is still around, just the physical form they were “housed” in is gone. Their spirit has moved to a higher vibration and still able to play a part in your life. Sometimes, this is difficult to understand because as humans we want to touch and feel. As you move through the healing process and the deeper, heavier grief starts to transmute into a lighter feeling, even though you won’t be able to touch them – you’ll be able to feel them.

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