Today is our son, Eli’s, last day of elementary school. Next year he will be heading to middle school – I’m still trying to figure out how that happened so fast…
Today I’ll be sitting at his graduation ceremony (yes, they do these things nowadays for elementary school!) and I’ll probably be crying. Hell, I cry when they do school plays and musicals – this is grounds for gushing as far as I’m concerned!
As I think about this last day of school for both my kids, and how I can be more engaged and present for both Anja & Eli over the summer, but perhaps especially Eli since next school year marks (in some ways) the big “pull-away towards independence”, I’m reminded of the Beyond The Veil readings I’ve been doing with folks in the last few weeks.
In these readings, I’m connecting with loved ones in spirit and sharing messages with my client – words left unsaid: Especially poignant are the “I’m sorry’s” and “thank you’s”. It’s incredibly powerful and healing for everyone (myself as the medium included!).
The things spirit people say to their loved ones who are still here are so simple, and so profound. I now understand through experience that just because someone passes on it doesn’t mean they stop learning or healing. They often see all the things they missed when they were alive in a body, things like:
…How important love and forgiveness are
…How the smallest act of kindness can have the greatest impact
…How their own fears caused so much miscommunication and pain for themselves and others in this lifetime
Folks, it doesn’t take much to see the world through the eyes of “what if today were my last (or their last)?” and choose to let go of all the things you think you should do or say, or things that seem really important, and release those thoughts, feelings and the things you just can’t (or don’t want to) let go of (especially anger, resentment, fear, etc.) and really connect with the people that matter in your life.
I can assure you, whatever sh*t patterns you keep experiencing in this lifetime will not simply disappear with death or avoidance. Get present with them, do what needs to be done to clean things up, speak from your heart & soul, and open to receive what others have to say.
Clear & loving communication is the greatest gift
you will ever give, and ever receive.
And, whatever “last” your experiencing right now, may it be the touch point that grounds you to the eternity of what truly matters…
From My Heart to Yours,