As a psychic medium I’ve “spoken” with souls who have crossed from all kinds of earthly deaths. I’m not sure at this point if we missed any. I’ve communicated with those that have crossed from accidents, automobile, planes, getting shot, overdosing from drugs and alcohol, as well as those who have had terminal illnesses, and then those that just passed from natural causes. No matter the way the death occurs it’s always difficult for those left behind. They are always left with a large whole in their life where the person who passed was.
Today, I’m going to talk about suicide. It’s a difficult topic, and in my opinion it’s one of the hardest on those left behind. Not only do they deal with the loss, but there are times when there is a lot of guilt associated with the survivors of suicide. There are those who believe that suicide is a coward’s way out. I don’t follow that thinking, as I know from speaking with many who have committed suicide at the time of the incident that is not what’s going on. Then we have those that want to know if it’s right or it’s wrong, or do you go to heaven or hell when you commit suicide. What I’m going to share with you here today is the view and opinion I’ve come to have from years of connecting with those that have taken their lives, or been a part of it, either intentionally or by accident. I’ve had souls come through to me that have died of an overdose and there were questions as to whether or not the person did it intentionally. Actually, I’ve communicated with both, those who have done it intentionally, and those that it was a complete accident. Either way there are still life lessons that weren’t completed or learned. As we know, people that become addicted to substances are looking for that escape from what it is a difficult situation for them, or the euphoric feeling they get when on the substances. Unlike the addict, a person who decides to commit suicide, feels completely trapped, alone (even if they are in a room full of people), and they feel there is no way out of the “hell” they are experiencing. Honestly, they are not usually thinking through the effect it will have on their loved ones, or even themselves. Of course, some are angry with someone and think that by taking their own life they will punish the person they are angry with. Again, this is a situation where the mind is so muddled that they can’t think through what the end result will be.
It’s my belief that people who have a terminal illness and decide to take their own lives are in a whole different category altogether. That thinking goes along with, I want to be in control, and do it the way that I can leave on my own terms. To date, I have not yet communicated with someone who took this way out, so I cannot give any information on this one way or the other. However, I will not say that it’s wrong or right, and definitely not cowardly thinking.
I would like to say that those who have lost a loved one and consider suicide so they can join their loved one sooner rather than later, this is not the answer and you will not get the result you are trying to achieve by taking your own life. I’ve been shown this to be the case because souls who commit suicide have special work to do. When a soul cuts their human life short, the lessons they have come to learn have not been completed.
What happens when a person commits suicide? There is what I will call a welcoming soul, the soul or souls that meet the person transitioning to the spirit realm. The person who has committed suicide is met by a soul or souls to help them come over. These souls are others who have committed suicide. It is part of the work they must do before they come back and complete their contract. The “welcoming soul/souls” help the person come over and give them a tour so to speak. Let them rest and get used to their new environment. They go through reviews to show them how they could have done things differently, and how there were options that could have resolved the dilemma and the pain they were in. The person sees how his actions have impacted those left behind, their pain, the upset, the void he has left.
Once acclimated and the soul has had time to rest and understand fully what his/her actions have caused then they go to work. There are two jobs in particular that I’ve been shown over and over again that they do, which helps them in their return to complete what they came for to begin with. The first is acting as part of the “welcoming team”, and the second is to work as a spirit guide for people considering suicide. Now, as you can imagine this is a very difficult job. Trying to get through to a person who is contemplating suicide is very difficult. Why is it difficult? The biggest and primary reason is because the person who is considering suicide has a pain wall that is very difficult to penetrate. The spirit guide will try to get through directly to the person, and even try to go through others around the person, friends, family, anyone who the spirit guide thinks they can make the connection with. There are occasions when it works, and the person doesn’t go through with it. Then, of course, there are times when there is no getting through to the person and they go through with it.
Souls that have a hand in their lives ending early, such as accidental overdose and things of this nature fall into the same category, and will have a little extra work so that they understand addictions, and can come back and try to do it without falling into that trap again.
The opinions are ones that I have formed through years of communicating with those who have crossed over and being shown over and over again how they transition and what they go through. Please, remember the hell they go through is before they commit suicide, but it does put other things in play that they need to resolve. A good book to read is Conversations With The Spirit World by Lysa Mateu.
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