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Death truly is an awakening.
You leave your body here on Earth, but your Soul continues …
Society, here on Earth, has made death to be such a negative situation.
Losing a Loved One is always sad.
Part of learning to work with the Divine is that it gives you a connection.
You will be in touch with all of these people who have passed so you can move forward in a happier way.
Embrace your Loved One’s life while they were here on Earth and now move forward in your life.
Love and Blessings,
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I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my NINTH tip:
Carrying on with the same traditions after the loss of a loved one is a great way to honor them. Check out the video for more!
I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my fifth tip: It’s about singing! Do you like to sing? Whether you like to or not, singing is a great way to let emotions flow from you body. So get out there and belt one out for yourself, or with your friends and family. Let me know where you like to sing by leaving me a comment below. Love and Blessings, Lisa
This is maybe one of the hardest facts of life to contend with, but it’s true – all of the people we care about will die one day. And even though this will never cease to be a tragic reality, and losing someone we care about will always, always cause emotional pain, we can use this honest, realistic knowledge to everyone’s advantage.
With this realization that our time on this earth is temporary, we can start to really feel appreciative of the time we get to spend with our loved ones. I’m not suggesting that you consume yourself with worrying that each time you see a friend, it might never happen again… but you should keep that thought somewhere in the back of your mind.
When we see our time with loved ones as a gift – one that we don’t know if and when we’ll ever get again – it makes the time that much more valuable.
This knowledge should prevent you from ever leaving important things unspoken; it should prevent you from walking away from a loved one in anger. Each moment we share with the people close to us is a gift, and wasting that time angry or letting problems go unresolved is an absolute squandering of that gift.
You never know what might happen – our loved ones can be taken from us at any time, for any reason. Make the most of every moment you have together. You never know when it will be your last.