Often the hole left in our lives when a loved one passes seems almost unbearable.
How do we go on? Are they really ok? Is there really life after death?
We often feel the person who passed, especially someone young, is somehow cheated from being able to accomplish things they would have had they lived to an old or at least older life.
The experience I shared with my 16-year-old daughter who was killed in a horrific fiery car crash in 2012 may help you find peace with some of these questions. I am a psychic medium and have been helping others for over 20 years find peace with loss in their lives. This was the first time that it hit this close to my own heart. I had lost others in my family and friend circle, but they were older people or those whose death was a relief due to serious illness. But this was a shock, sudden and until she reached out to me, completely unbearable.
As many who experience terrible tragedy in their life, I spiraled into a place where I cut myself off from my support group for a short while waiting for her to contact me. I reached out to my medium peers questioning why she hadn’t come to me. I began asking many of those questions. I often felt like I couldn’t even breathe. My baby was gone!
Then one day while sitting on the floor of her bedroom reading her journals I began realizing what a wise, old soul she truly was. I turned, and there she was. Sitting on her bed next to me. I laid my head in what looked like her lap (my head laid on the bed) and closed my eyes. I cried and told her how much I missed her. I could physically feel her fingers run through my hair. What an amazing feeling, I remember that touch now as I am telling you about it. I opened my eyes and sat up and looked at the most beautiful, vibrant smile on her face.
And with a bit of 16-year-old girl attitude she said, “It’s ok to miss me, but don’t cry. Mom, it’s not like you think. It is way cooler than you think! And I don’t want to come back.” I can see that unbelievable smile of what I can only describe as excitement that she had on her face. Those words…. It is way cooler than you think! Wow! That said it all.
She no doubt was aware my fear was that she burned to death. She had come back to tell me that when “the papers” came to me (the autopsy report) it would show she didn’t have smoke in her lungs. She had died quickly and was sitting on the grass watching the firemen. She reassured me that my father who is in spirit had come to get her and help her on the other side.
What a wonderful testament to the beautiful truth that “Love truly does not die!”
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