I can­not get over los­ing my beloved daugh­ter a year ago. How can I look for­ward again?

JAN­ICE LEWIS, STOCK­PORT, CHESHIRE

Spirit and Destiny - - Ask Our Experts -

IT'S HARD TO imag­ine how dev­as­tat­ing the loss of a daugh­ter must be. Even with all the knowl­edge we have from read­ing and learn­ing about the 'af­ter­life', we still suf­fer im­mense grief which is very real and hard to bear. we all deal with it, or not, in our own ways.

If grief is ac­com­pa­nied by de­pres­sion and lone­li­ness, it is not at all sur­pris­ing that you feel the way you do. I don't want to say any­thing that may seem trite but I cer­tainly un­der­stand de­spair, and loss, and can em­pathise with your pain. I know from ex­pe­ri­ence that once we de­scend into what the spir­i­tual masters and mys­tics call a 'dark night of the soul' the only way back is to fol­low that tiny chink of light which gets stronger and brighter the more you trust it.

Call in your mind, or out loud, to the Archangels, and ask Gabriel to shine that light for you, show­ing you the way ahead clearly. Call on Raphael to heal your grief, and Michael to pro­tect you and give you the courage to face the fu­ture. Ask them to bring prac­ti­cal help­ful peo­ple into your life, and try to be open, if you can, to any and all pos­si­bil­i­ties.

The archangels can help heal and sup­port griev­ing souls

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