Sometimes there are circumstances that we aren’t meant to change or heal. Sometimes it is time for a soul to move on in its journey. Life is like that. We have, throughout our lives, windows of opportunity through which we can transition right on out of our earthly lives.
Dying is part of living, and it is inevitable when we are in human form. Dying is nothing to fear and everything to celebrate. After all, a life has been lived; we have experienced that soul in different capacities as family, lovers, friends, and other relationships. Each relationship has memories that are ours forever.
Living Every Moment as if it is the Only One We Have
Some cultures, like the Toltec’s in Mexico and others in Central and South America, teach that death is looking over our shoulder all the time. The question is, are we ready? That is a little scary at first, but when we consider the lesson in that knowledge, we immediately feel our resistance and our self-deceptions regarding the subject of dying.
What we can learn from knowing that death could take us at any time is to live fully every moment as if it is the only one we have. To not save things for special occasions but instead to make everything a special occasion.
Too many times people lose opportunities that were right there in front of them because they thought it would be better to wait for later. There is only ever this now. What was has been, and what hasn’t yet been is either imagination or speculation. Go for it!
The Illness of a Loved One & Its Effect on our Lives
Sometimes the illness itself is not as much about the person who experiences it as it is about those who are affected around that person. Sometimes the effects of the situation change others so profoundly that they will never see their lives the same again. It happens.
The courage and dignity that some people exhibit when they know they are about to leave the planet can be profound. So can the fear. So can the reasons themselves.
It is beyond difficult to go through the ravages of some injuries and diseases. What sharing these events does to the families, friends, and others leaves an indelible mark on everyone involved. When their perceptions are changed, they live and treat others differently.
Those actions may ripple outward from one person to the next until there is no longer a way to track just how much the illness or death of a single person can touch others. I have come to know that these types of situations may be Karmic in nature. Maybe, just maybe, the one person who affected so many was playing a part in a much grander scheme of things.
©2011 by Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D. All rights reserved.
Reprinted with permission of the publisher, Weiser Books,
an imprint of Red Wheel/Weiser, LLC. www.redwheelweiser.com
This article was adapted with permission from the book:
Touching the Light: Healing Body, Mind, and Spirit by Merging with God Consciousness by Meg Blackburn Losey.
How is it that miracles happen? Is spontaneous healing really possible? Why is it that some illnesses don't... Meg Blackburn Losey brings the reader into previously unknown worlds of healing and explains not only how energy healing is possible but how it works. This book is the quintessential instruction manual for holistic healing in the third dimension and beyond!
About the Author
Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D., a national and international keynote speaker, is the host of Cosmic Particles internet radio show. She is the author of the bestselling The Secret History of Consciousness, Parenting the Children of Now, Conversations with the Children of Now, the international bestseller The Children of Now, Crystalline Children, Indigo Children, Star Kids, Angels on Earth and The Phenomenon of Transitional Children, Pyramids of Light, Awakening to Multi-dimensional Reality and the Online Messages. She is also a contributor to The Mystery of 2012 Anthology and a regular contributor in many magazines and other publications. Visit her website at www.spiritlite.com.