And she taught me a lot. As my father committed suicide, when I was quite young, I had to occupy myself with this matter of dying quite early and intensely.
So, in the last few weeks of her life in this body, I visited her daily in the hospital, and honestly, it was quite exhausting and horribly sad.
One day I was home preparing my lunch and getting ready to go to the hospital afterward.
I felt very bad. Tired, desperate, angry, miserable…..
And then suddenly she appeared before my inner eye. At first, she was laughing at me, and then, she even became a bit angry.
We have worked so much on our spiritual development,” she told me, “and now you make such a fuss!
And disappeared. My world changed, from one second to the next.
All my bad feelings dissolved and what remained was a relaxed calm.
I went to the hospital and remained in this relaxed mood. I could even exchange jokes with others who were there. I just was present and tried to help her let go, using hypnosis and visualization, as best as I could. And it was the same, on all the following visits.
I was not here the moment she died, but her sister-in-law and her brother were present. They called me immediately, and I was there within 20 minutes.
And I saw that she had not “died” at all. What I saw there, was the body of an old woman. But “she”, her essence, was not there anymore. She had just left her body. That was all.
The manner of death doesn’t matter.
If you have lost someone by suicide, I can assure you, what remains is just a body. When we “die”, we leave it just as we take off our clothes before going to bed. Nothing less, and nothing more.
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