Loss is a very powerful word and it’s meaning is a hundred fold. You can lose a child, like I did, which has put me onto this path of healing and helping. You can experience loss through the loss of a spouse whether in a divorce or through their physical passing into the non-physical realm. You could be the child that was abused, whether physically, sexually, verbally, etc. and that is the loss of innocence.
We all, each and every one of us, have suffered a loss in our lives. Some are worse than others, but nevertheless, it is a loss and we can feel that loss deeply. Some of us go through the rest of our lives keeping this abuse/loss to ourselves. We want to keep it private and that is fine as long as it doesn’t interrupt or intrude on your well being or life’s path.
We are here, at this time on this earth, for a specific reason. One of those reasons is to spread God’s love throughout this troubled (sometimes I feel like it’s crumbling) world. We can’t do that if we are holding secrets, that can help others, inside of us.
Like I said previously, I lost a child because he abused drugs. I spent these last few years living in my own kind of hell. I have, on many occasions, had connections and conversations with my son Walt in spirit. He has helped me to realize that he was destined to leave this physical world at a young age so that I could get on with my life’s purpose.
To say that his loss was hard is absurd, it’s like saying a snow flake weighs 3,000 pounds. And yes, I know that God does not give us more than we can handle. We are strong, powerful spiritual beings inhabiting our physical bodies. When it comes down to it, we can actually do many things that we never thought we could. Prayer went a long way in helping me to keep my sanity, I didn’t think I could go on and live my life without my son, but prayer was what gave me the courage to do so.
I have always prayed that God would never take one of my children away from me. I just knew I couldn’t live with that hurt, but here I am and I have learned so very much from my experience of losing My Dragonfly Walt. In the end, I had two choices. I could be Bitter or I could be Better. I chose better because that is the only way to go.
If you are suffering from a loss, any loss, please contact me. I can help you to learn to live with the loss, because some losses we never get over, we learn to live with them. Visit my website, allthingsmystic.net and download a free gift I have for you. This blog post is the third in a series of six, so stay tuned.
Take care. I’ll talk to you soon.