Loss & Grieving

Coping With Fear of Death

The fear of death has a name: “thanatophobia". Thanatophobia is an extreme, anxiety-forming fear of dying, which has the capacity to render sufferers incapable of living a normal life. Most of us don’t experience the fear of dying to such a degree, nevertheless, it does fill the thoughts of some of us, almost constantly. Fear…

Signs from Spirit: Flowers

Signs from Spirit: Flowers

We are advised to look out for signs from spirit when trying to maintain a connection with a loved one who has passed. One of the ways in which we can make that connection is through flowers. Nearly everyone has a favorite flower. You have one, for sure, and your deceased loved one may also have…

Coping with Holiday Grief

Studies since 1977 have shown that mortality rates increase at this time of year.  Additionally statistics regarding emergency admissions to hospital on public holidays indicate the patient is 48% more likely to die than on regular days. Whatever the cause of death, it means at this time of year, many people are coping with holiday grief.  In…

Anxious Thoughts? – Let Them Go

Anxious Thoughts? - Let Them Go

Anxious thoughts are debilitating. They sap your energy, control your actions and wreck your wellbeing. Fear, anxiety and worry are detrimental to your health. They are the cause of stress and stress-related illnesses. Anxiety keeps you locked in to an unending spiral of negativity which eventually leads to depression. Learn to deal with anxious thoughts…

Emotional Healing: How to Release Painful Memories

Emotional Healing: How to Release Painful Memories

Do you have sad or painful memories that return to haunt you time and again? Do you think these thoughts define who you are? Keep you awake at night? Perhaps your whole life has been defined by one negative event that you relive over and over? Problems arise because our consciousness is unable to distinguish…

Loss and Grieving: Learning to Feel Again

Loss and Grieving: Learning to Feel Again

In so many ways, so many people spend a lot of their lives grieving things they have lost. Some people mourn the past, their lost health or financial loss, and some people forever mourn their lost love, lost dreams or a lost past. Despite your loss, you won’t always be grieving. 

Spirit Medium: Missing Persons Case 

Spirit Medium: Missing Persons Case 

Photo Credit: HereIsTom via Compfight cc “All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost.”  ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring I got the call very late one night. Olive had heard about me…

Dealing with Grief

Dealing with Grief

The emotions of grief – sadness, feelings of loss, anger, abandonment, confusion, shock, fear, guilt, as well as deep physical manifestations of all the above, are common reactions to the death of someone you love, including a beloved pet. Grief can occur even when you lose someone who doesn’t die, but who is no longer…

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