Communicate with a Lossed Loved One (Human or Animal) Through a Guided Meditation

Our hearts need time to heal after losing someone who was very close to us.  It's so important to nurture yourself in any way you can—walks in nature, visiting places you used to frequent with your loved one, massages, visiting with friends. You need time to reflect and heal.  despair-1235582_640

If you've lost a beloved pet, grieve in your own way.  If anyone says, "It was just a cat"  or "He was just a dog"—distance yourself from that person.  It is your loss.  Only you can understand how the animal's loss affects you.  Your pet was very dear to you and it's understandable to feel a deep loss.

Cry.  Don't cry.  Laugh.  Sit and stare at the wall.  Watch a funny movie.  Whatever you do—is right for you.  No one can tell you the "right" way to mourn.  You'll need time to let your heart heal.

dog-916099_640Expect some physical changes like loss or increase in appetite, headaches, tiredness, problems with digestion, etc. These are all normal—You've suffered a great, emotional loss!  Give it some time and you'll adjust.  

Remember to eat well and take your supplements.  "Grief Relief" is a flower essence that comes highly recommended.  Try some.  It could possibly help with your healing process. It certainly can't hurt!
 

BTW….the Amazon link, above, is for "Grief Relief".  It really works to help you to feel better during this time of mourning.
Just sayin'.   😉
 

 The following Meditation is a great way to reconnect with a lossed loved one.  Put on a headset or earbuds, find a comfortable spot where you can be alone and listen to this Meditation.  I'm sure you'll enjoy the beautiful music.  The narrator will walk you through a loving, supportive Meditation that will help you to heal.  

I wish you the best and hope this Meditation will be beneficial as you journey through your grief.
Namaste'

I'd love to hear any comments you may have about this Meditation.  In addition, if you have any suggestions for healing, please feel free to post, below.   Thank you!

This article has 2 Comments

  1. Good article here, we all will have to deal with the loss of a loved one at some point in our lives. It may be a pet, a friend, or a relative. This is one of the negative aspects of life that we must deal with. Some people are able to deal with grief in a better way than others. However, I think we all would like to know that our loved ones are at peace after they have crossed over to the other side. I’ve never thought about meditating as a way of coping with the loss of a loved, but it seems like a viable option to me.

    1. When we’re young, we don’t think about death very much. As you get older, death of friends and family is inevitable. I hope you’ll give Meditation a shot when you’re dealing with grief. Thanks for posting!

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