Mem­ory lane

Chat It's Fate - - Missed Connections -

Med­i­tat­ing on the mem­o­ries of your de­parted loved ones can help you feel closer to them, and it might trig­ger thoughts or words that come di­rectly from the other side. Sit qui­etly with your eyes closed, or let your vi­sion blur. Imag­ine the face of your loved one, and feel their spirit close to you. Visu­alise them mak­ing con­ver­sa­tion and tell them what’s in your heart and mind. Be alert to any sign that they’re there. Dr Elisa Med­hus, who lost her son Erik eight years ago, says, ‘Raise the fre­quency of your own vi­bra­tion by think­ing of happy mem­o­ries. This makes it eas­ier for your loved one to meet you half­way.’ She’s been suc­cess­ful at con­tact­ing her son, who she’s heard, seen, and even hugged, since he passed away in 2009.

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