Suicide – As The Tree Falls

I work in healing in all the worlds, not just this one.  So when a woman asked me to work with the family of a teen boy who had hung himself in his back yard I had to respond.

This is not easy for me to write about.  I do much of this work but in this case it was the only time I had a difficult time recovering, perhaps due to the age of the person involved and the feeling I couldn’t shake that this didn’t have to happen.  I was devastated and frustrated and that’s not usual for me.  Normally, I move into a situation, heal it and then move out.

When I first approached the spirit of the boy that had taken his life, he was shaken and crying out for his mother.  He appeared to not understand where he was and as I drew closer to the young man, at 15 years of age he was responsible for where he was, and as I heard his cries, it was heartbreaking for me.  I have never wanted to shake anyone and express my anger and frustration before in this type of situation, but I wanted to then.  I wanted to ask him what he’d been thinking to cause himself and his family so much pain and anguish.

However the deed was done and my wanting to express my frustrations would serve no purpose so I worked healing enough to free him of the anguish and he stopped calling to his mother, realized what had happened and where he was, and was then able or at least capable, of moving on.  I suspected alcohol was involved because of his confusion.

His mother, any mother, is deeply attached to their offspring and I knew his mother could sense him calling her which drew her into deep depression.  She couldn’t help him.  She couldn’t hold him.  His calling to her was pure misery and terror for them both.  He didn’t mean to cause her the pain, he just was ignorant of the fact that, even in spirit, he could be heard.

Walking between the worlds and doing healing work in the various worlds, realms and dimensions is needed just as much as physical healing.  There are many stories I can tell that relate to healing in the other worlds.  Often, when I don’t know what to do, all I have to do is ask and I am shown what is needed.

When my work was done, a few months later I asked the family friend how the family was fairing.  They were holding their own, was her answer and she told me the mother seemed calmer somehow.  That was music to my ears.  Then she told me that the mom and another younger son were on a walk and the younger son told his mother that he could see his brother and that he was okay.  He even waved and called out to him, she said.  He smiled and was happy to see his brother.

This is work that is done and I’m not going to hide it.  It’s part of my life and I’m not going to make you feel comfortable by not talking about this kind of thing.

Suicide is not the easy way out that people think it is.  If you are suffering in the physical, it is best to work your way through the chaos, if you can.  I understand there are times when you sacrifice yourself for worthy causes.  However, if you’re in emotional, spiritual, mental and physical pain, please ask for help from someone.  Suffering is enhanced ten fold when there is no physical body to buffer the emotional pain and sorrow.  There’s no escaping that pain and in the other worlds it may feel like suffering through several lifetimes.  Working it out in the 3rd dimension is much more time-sensitive in that, even if you’re suffering for what may seem like a long time, you’ll suffer longer without your body and it will seem more intense, if that is possible, and far longer.  You came here with a purpose – a pattern – a code.  When your time is up and your work is done, you’ll be called home.  Working through the chaos will make you stronger and you won’t regret that you gained strength by walking through fire.

Each of us has something that compels us to quit.  Don’t do it.  Don’t quit.  Things may turn around in a heartbeat.  In a moment change happens.  Wait for it.

The saying, “As the tree falls, so shall it lie” says much.  Take heed and please don’t consider suicide as a way out.  Life is a gift.  Treat it as such.  You matter.  If you need help, please, please ask for it.  There are suicide hotlines – reach out.

Here in the States the suicide hotline: Call 1-800-273-8255 anytime 24 hours

When I’m down or feeling depressed or despondent I say this:

Ohm Mah nay Paymay Hum

It is a chant – a mantra – that heals. Repeat it over and over and over again until you begin to feel better.

Walk in Beauty

 

 

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