Updated: Oct 4, 2022
As a Medium, I've seen over 500 clients from the vast countries of this world, I have accrued a new look at death, dying, and the afterlife.
I have seen a new way to view the loss and grief that comes with losing a loved one.
I think it's important for me to share this so that it can be something that inspires people to realize many things that keep us awake at night.
So here are 6 things I learned as a Medium about Death:
1. Death is not the end.
It is only the beginning of a new journey.
Every spirit I have channeled commonly explains that they don't "feel" dead.
They don't wake up one day aghast that they've passed.
their soul does not tie itself to its life here
They come to a deep realization that their journey was complete and they can move on now with peace.
Now not move on in the sense without you, but their soul does not tie itself to its life here.
It isn't longing too much for it's old life, in fact the only thing it truly loves and clings to is to reach out to you.
2. There is no such thing as "the afterlife".
There are only different levels of existence, each with its own set of rules and regulations.
Existence in the form of living in different realities and universes.
you are given a sense of a freed mind
This universe is one face faceted and once you "cross over" you are given a sense of a freed mind to roam and explore, learn and unlearn.
Crossing over is often a very touching moment because you see past loved ones and spirit guides that you miss and didn't even realize it.
3. There is no Heaven or Hell.
I've come to unlearn the western Judeo-Christian fear tactics. The things we were taught in school, church, growing up etc.
One thing is the afterlives of the bible and any other Abrahamic religion.
there are only different planes of existence
Out of all of them, Judaism appears to have a concept that somewhat ties in with what could be occurring over there but it's not robust.
What I believe is there are only different planes of existence, each with its own challenges and rewards.
We can unlock these and work on them with our minds with the help of the divine and our higher self.
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4. There is no one right way to grieve.
Each person experiences grief in their own way and for their own reasons.
Some clients that I've had mentioned laughing after they heard a loved one die.
It wasn't because anything was funny but because it was their human response.
I can see that there are loved one's reaching out
Some people grieve for a short time and seem to get back into life after death and others are crippled by grief for decades, and that's OK.
The benefit of being a medium is I can see that there are loved one's reaching out to you to encourage you and bring you hope or encouragement through the pain of grief.
Related: 4 Signs Your Loved One is OK
5. It is okay to be sad after someone dies.
Again, death is a big loss and it is natural to feel sad after someone we care about dies.
it's a huge transition
I've seen full-grown men collapse into tears after I've served them up their reading.
It's totally OK to be sad after someone dies, it's a huge transition and for some it can be an inconvenience that someone passes so young but families often bind together.
6. Nobody judges you over there.
A lot of people feel awkward after someone dies.
This is because now they think they're watching them do the hanky panky with their husband or watch them shower etc.
but the truth is, we as creatures are not that interesting to watch!
nobody knows more than anyone
Spirits aren't watching us like we are Ants, judging our every move.
They have their own existence to have on the other side and when it's time for a visit, it's time for a visit.
They're not spending their entire days watching you swear under your breath as you figure out some faulty tech or road rage at the old lady who can't do a three-point turn.
They aren't scoring you on your "Good's" and "Bad's" in life.
We all have our own experiences with loss and grief and nobody knows more than anyone.
Please don't think what I say is set in stone.
But I get the same themes as I channel spirits and this is so far what I've been able to collate.
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