Rest in Peace

Today is the 19th anniversary of my father’s passing.  On this day, my journey into the metaphysical world began.  It was on this day that I knew, without a doubt, that my father would be crossing over.  It was on this day that I knew something was different in my life.  It was on this day that the door to Universal information opened for me, and I knew so much more about life and death, spirit connection and things I had never studied or even read about.  While I am grateful for the knowledge and experiences that I have had, I would give it all up to have a few more years with my dad.  

I know what it feels like to put your energy into taking care of someone and then losing them.  I know what it is like to have a parent who didn’t know who I was before they moved on from this world. I know what it is like to love someone so much and then to lose them to the death of their physical body. 

I also know that my loved ones are perfectly fine and living on in their afterlife.  I know that your loved ones are also doing the same. I rest in peace in know that this life is just a short visit where we do the hard work, and then we get to rest in peace in our afterlife before we continue our growth journey in non-human form. 

In the past year, I have turned away a multitude of people from scheduling with me because they don’t understand the phrase, “rest in peace”, and why we say it. They have had loved ones who passed within a few weeks of their calling me, and sometimes a few days. I have explained to them that their loved ones need to “rest in peace”, transition and then perhaps, a few months from now, I may be able to bring them through.  Living on earth is similar to getting a PhD in life.  It takes a lot out of us and there are many things we came here to learn.  Giving our deceased loved ones the opportunity to find that peace, before we hound them to learn new skills in order to make a connection with us, through a stranger no less, is the nicest thing we can do for them.  They are much more likely to connect with you directly, as they know your language, what you are about, and what makes you tick.  They have memories with you and have spent time with you.  Me, I’m just a stranger who has a unique language of spirit communication that they have to learn in order to give you a message. 

Rest in peace knowing that your deceased loved ones are exactly where they need to be.  No matter how hard or tragic their passing seemed, they are able to see life from a different view point.   You did your best in helping them, making decisions on their behalf, in planning their funeral, and in honoring their wishes after they passed. 

Now, find your peace and honor their life by living yours.  

I hope to see you soon. 

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