Are Departed Loved Ones Always Available? What About Suicides?

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In my experience, your departed loved ones are always available, given the right heart space. I find that incredibly comforting.

That’s what I wanted when I started and that’s why I still love to do this service, even when it’s partly profoundly painful.

For example, I just did a reading for a nurse. I took a look at the spirits around her and immediately saw her parents. Her departed father had committed suicide about 30 years ago. It made me physically ill to experience the details of evidence he gave me around his death, as often happens when we ask for evidence of a spirit’s passing. This one was especially strong and nauseating for me. I will spare you the details. But it was accurate. She knew enough about what had happened to validate what he showed me, told me, and made me feel about his death.

She knew all of that. What she didn’t know was how he was faring after death.

Decades had passed since that tragic day, but her amazing father came in strong and clear. He described his love and his ongoing relationship to his daughter. He showed me his leather laced shoes to remind her of his grooming and his beautiful work suits. He even revealed that he is doing much better than she thought, delivered long overdue apologies and regrets, and even told her to keep praying and lighting those candles for him every day because he loves that energy!

That made her smile, and it’s a warm confirmation that when we pray for people in spirit, they DO get uplifted!

There was a lot more in an hour and a half, but I am writing this because I want you to know that you are not alone. Ever.

Each time I have done a reading, I have been able to access the departed spirit the person wanted to visit.

And there is another takeaway here about suicides.

Each spirit I’ve encountered after a suicide has come through with a common regret. Specifically, because in life, they had no idea how much damage their passing would cause.

After this particular man’s daughter asked her father why, her father in spirit responded in detail. He told me that he didn’t want to be a burden. He took his life to solve his extreme financial stress and cigarette smoking related health problems. He was feeling powerless and responsible for his family, humiliated because he was retired and could not physically provide materially the way he once had done. Pride had blinded him and he couldn’t see any other way to carry on living. (I can’t help but wonder if today, it might have been different because we do have double income households and greater access to financial support and overcoming blocks around being a sole provider.)

Happily, our reading ended with great inspiration from the angelic realms. We joined in a very powerful healing prayer that brought an important supportive message out for all of us, which is to ASK for support from the higher realms.

If we are feeling proud and alone, this is the time to call the divine!

Whether we call them angels or devas or divine will or God, we are reaching for that light of love consciousness when we reach up and we are not expected to know everything about that. In fact, we can’t know everything!

What we CAN do is ask our Higher Power for help. Anytime. Anywhere. Ask for a miracle!

That is what it’s here for and the entire divine team came in for this family. I want that for myself and I want that for you! <3

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