I spoke with a Dear friend today who I haven’t spoken to for a while. And I will add that these are different times. And a lot of us are experiencing deaths that are close and near and dear.
As we were speaking I was asking God / your word, what could I give from my heart that might help a little. Even just a smidge.
Close your eyes. As simple as it sounds when our eyes are closed we can see and sense and understand a lot of things that we can’t when our eyes are open. The spirit of the one you love is right there beside you even if you can’t see their body anymore. Close your eyes and ask them a question.
Depending on how you experience things that you can’t see i.e. spirit, energy, telephone waves, atoms ect. . Some people see things, others feel things, others get thoughts or sentences and others just understand or we can have a smorgasbord of two or more ways of seeing with our eyes closed.
Whatever your experience. When you close your eyes you have access to another part of the world that we can’t see with our eyes open.
If you are still too sad and you’re not getting to them: Close your eyes and take three deep breaths, then with eyes still closed ask a question.
When someone you love dies and you are feeling that heaviness and sadness, know that they are right there beside you, trying to get through to let you know they’re okay.
When our eyes are open intellectually we are believing what we see. Close Your eyes. There is much more to life than the intellect.
Michael Kowal (My Father)
When my father passed away I was impatient to speak with his spirit. When someone’s physical body dies their spirit will usually stay with us for a little while. That’s not 100 % the case but usually.
They are trying to help us get through that difficult time. It’s usually about a two or three week period. Their spirit needs to “rest.” I’m going to call it rest because this is the way I understand it. They are with God / Consciousness / your word. They’re being replenished.
When my father was resting I kept closing my eyes and asking him if he was awake yet. And he kept opening one eye and saying to me. “You have to wait I’m still sleeping.”
When I was a little girl I used to crawl into my parents bed in the morning when they were still asleep and I’d lift one of my father’s eyelids and ask, “dad are you awake yet?” And he’d say, “You have to wait I’m still sleeping.”
So I new it was him and I new everything was going to be okay.
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