Losing a family member and the empath
updated by @devonearth: 01/13/17 02:24:25AM
Noone is ever really prepared for death. We can know it's coming and we can even look at it as a gift is the person who is suffering, but death still has a way of making us realize that the person we love is no longer on this same plain of exsistance as we are. You still loved her and your heart still breaks knowing that you will not see her the same ever again. Even when we cross over, though we are reunited, we still change. We are no longer the person we are at that moment. Smudging doesn't help and won't help because most of the pain is your own heart grieving, IMHO I'm sure you are getting theirs as well, but accept your own grief first and then the smudging will help you with theirs.
I'm so sorry , my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Steven- very good point! I never thought of that in terms on empath abilities.
Angel- I think you are truly right. It is sad that Aunt B has left the physical plain. Logically, i understand that she hasn't been herself in a long time due to Alzheimer's and was struggling and the only thoughts of keeping her were selfish ones. I did feel I needed to take a few minutes that evening to remember her physical form, role in my life and qualities I could learn from her. After a good cry and sentiment I feel much better!
Thank you guys for helping me through!