Have you ever felt that your family member who has died unexpectedly needed help crossing over? Here is what exactly you can do to help a loved one cross over.
Information on the death of the physical body and transition of the soul.
Tips to helping a loved one cross over.
Losing a loved one can be horribly emotional and hard. One of the hardest shifts we must overcome as humans.
Even if we are blessed enough to speak to the spirit, our body still misses the aspect of them we could hold, love, be close to. We still must grieve the physical person they were before we reconnect with their soul aspects. These transitions are not easy, here I share some tips that may help us in the transition.
1. Terminal illness, body failure, failure to thrive, etc…
Sometimes we are so obsessed with their presence here that we actually keep them here in their suffering knowing very well their illness/mental/emotional state cannot survive here. Sometimes we do this because of fear that we will never see them or be with them again. We want them to fight harder. We think they will have a miraculous recovery. But many times this is our own inability to say bye.
Many people stuck here in this place of suffering, are stuck because they don’t want to hurt their loved ones. At this point, they have likely already left their body because their body is usually in a lot of pain so they have to leave to manage the pain. They are usually hanging in the local environment as observers making peace with their passing and likely already have loved ones coming through to guide them home.
A lot of people in this state have a hard time saying bye because their families simply aren’t ready. Not because they aren’t ready. Allow your loved ones the peace of knowing you are sad but need them to do what is best for them. Remind them that you will see them again and that you will be ok.
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2. Give them time.
They are likely even more emotional then you are. Especially in sudden deaths. Leaving this Earth is not easy and there is a transition period all souls deal with when they cross over and this does take time to become aware of their new body and place. A soul will usually make rounds before they leave saying bye to many loved ones.
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This is a really imperative time for transition. If they feel like someone can not survive without them or that someone NEEDS them to be healthy and live on then a soul may not be able to cross over. They may linger hoping to be of service connection to the loved one who cannot let go.
In this state, the soul is very little help to Thor’s loved ones. They are much more helpful and healthy if you let them cross over first before returning because that is where all the healing happens. So because of this, it is important to acknowledge “This broke my heart but I am happy you are no longer suffering and I know you will return to me.”
3. A freshly crossed over soul then goes into the light into a transition space.
It looks like a large room where their deceased loved ones await them and they celebrate the soul’s life. They then go into life review and healing usually done in the Akashic Realm. This can take time. If they have a lot of guilt, pain, suffering, trauma or have caused others a lot of pain suffering and trauma — life review will take longer to work through.
A crossed over the soul is always thoughtful, apologetic, high vibrational, compassionate, forgiving, open-minded and ready to help. Low vibrational souls are guilt-ridden, vengeful, angry, full of hatred and manipulate. If the soul is swaying you into negative behavior they have not crossed over. Send them into the light.