Rene''
Rene''
@rene
3 years ago
1,195 posts
I've been I. Your shoes and know about that uncontrolled crying during meditation. I'm no expert but maybe tying some different grounding techniques but I know it's had to calm your mind when your feel like your going insane
Karen2
Karen2
@womanwhowalks
3 years ago
977 posts

I am of the mind that no one truly dies...we're all programmed to think that when a person dies...they go far away...in my experience that isn't the case...the soul simply leaves the body....to resume their journey in a different way...but they never really leave the people they love...you are never alone...even though you think you are...there are spirit people everywhere...and your friend is there with you...he doesn't have to be visible for you to talk to him...the grief you feel may be his too...i do think that it takes human spirit some time to get used to not having a body...shaking off the illusion of dying...is probably one of the greatest gifts that was given to me....it gives me great comfort in knowing when I leave my body I'll be joining everyone who I have here with me.....but until then...I'll have to be content with how things are right now...lol...give yourself and your house a smudge...that always grounds me and I feel so much better after...

Lotusfly
Lotusfly
@lotusfly
3 years ago
410 posts
Hi Gem,Not sure what your marriage problems were, but what I feel from your post is that the helpless homeless man is symbolic of your marriage (as in it's a hopeless situation, i.e. not meant to be) and you feeling powerless to helping the homeless man (or helping/saving your marriage). And your guy friend (spirit guide) is who you are meant to be with or, at the very least, he is making you aware that you need something that your current marriage cannot provide you so there is an emptiness from something you need that you are not getting. And the helpless homeless man exacerbates your empty/powerless feeling, with the purpose of motivating you to make a change in your life, whatever that may be <3Blessings~
Lotusfly
Lotusfly
@lotusfly
3 years ago
410 posts
Sorry, I didn't realize your friend has already passed on. My heart goes out to you.
Lotusfly
Lotusfly
@lotusfly
3 years ago
410 posts
Can you pretend that you're him (your friend) by listening to yourself, being compassionate with yourself, comforting yourself, taking care of yourself, being your own best friend?
Lastars
Lastars
@lastars
3 years ago
113 posts
Gem, do you know about homeopathy? It can be very helpful for sensitive, empathetic ppl.There is a herb RHODIOLA, it is called the Well-Being herb and it isn't expensive. We live in very difficult times and sometimes a bit of help along the way can aid us in keeping us from sinking too low while we process and sort out feelings and causes....~*~...
Lastars
Lastars
@lastars
3 years ago
113 posts
I would search Homeopathy and then add words like grief, over sensitive, etc and see if a remedy fits the ticket. For me Hepar Sulph 30ch to take me down a few notches and capable of accepting society.
...~*~...
hpathy.com may be helpful ('it's a bit confusing at first)I've never used this, but maybe try??
http://www.justanswer.com/sip/homeopathy?r=ppc%7Cms%7C4%7CHealth+%2...
Lotusfly
Lotusfly
@lotusfly
3 years ago
410 posts
Kinda like pretending he's there with you but instead of beside you, inside you, like his energy/spirit running through you as if it were your energy. After all, energy is energy, and it may be comforting to picture that during tough times. He's always with you anyway...just let him be a part of you :)Bless you, and I hope you enjoy the visiting on Christmas Eve :) Remember that it's good to feel and release negative emotions...it's the only way we get over them <3

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