It seems that there are so many people experiencing the loss of someone right now. It is a shame that death has to be marked with such negativity and drama. Death is a natural cycle of life that needs to be celebrated. It is a time when a person is supposedly able to gather up all their energy and naturally slip out of the physical realm into a vibration of existence that is more refined. This vibration is called the astral plane by some but heaven by others.
When one leaves the physical realm, they are merely dropping a coarse casing of themselves that is worn out or diseased. They then will be operating from their astral body which is a youthful, healthy version of the physical body. The astral body is the same vibration as the astral plane. So when you are existing on the astral plane, it is as solid and tangible as the physical realm. Except it operates by different laws so that strange things may seem to be there. For example the law of gravity is not the same as the physical realm so people can appear to be able to fly.
People visit the astral plane all the time when they sleep. That is why they fly in their dreams. They visit their friends who have crossed over and now reside there. They actually can have the whole experience of continuing the life they have had on the physical realm if that is what they wish to do. For instance, a married couple who always fantasized about having a dream home, can manifest that on the astral plane. If one partner goes first, that partner can seem to be living in that dream home and waiting for the other partner.
But the truth of the matter is that both of the couple live in the dream home in their astral body. The one person who has crossed permanently is withdrawn from the physical realm. The one person who is so called “alive” just happens to hold some awareness and do some time in the physical world still. They both have an astral body still so they are always together there. But because of such heavy conditioning on the physical realm that person feels lost to the one who has crossed. They are with them in the dream state. They slip off their physical body and visit them at night. They understand the process on the other side and both can even have a good teasing laugh about how dramatic the one partner is who is in the physical world and trapped in the illusion of loss.
The truth of the matter is that it is very pleasant to cross over. It is like a celebration, graduation and a revitalization magnified a thousand percent (when done by natural means and not self-inflicted). There is no trauma is crossing. The trauma is held in what happens to bring one to crossing but not the actual experience. It is very pleasant like shedding old skin, being freed from a sarcophagus or inhaling a delightful fresh breath of spring. In fact, it is much more traumatic to be born than it is to “die”.
Our concepts of birth and death were formulated in the dark ages when fear was the optimal form of control. Unfortunately, we have never come out of the dark ages with many of our beliefs. We have just become savvy in our ignorance. We have created so many upgrades in technology that can give us a better life, but aspects of our development have been purposely thwarted to keep us seeped in ignorance. We see this blatantly played out in how different factions insist that there is no climate change and will mandate laws to perpetuate the myth. The same technique was used to phase out the understanding of reincarnation. In fact, the dark ages were marked by the genocide of all those who accepted reincarnation. That is why it is so fearful to talk about, or accept. Many of us hold the memory of being viciously murdered for our simple beliefs. This same fearful memory is held in the silly demonization of tree huggers.
This is the same form of manipulation that has also been used to formulate our concepts of death and the belief of only living one life. Power factions force feed us one life doctrine to maintain control on society. Even though many people are remembering their past lives, they are demonized if they accept this level of awareness instead of adopting the fear based rigidity of their faith based religion. Many children are coming back to the physical realm with vivid memories of their past lives. They KNOW who they are. That is because our past life records are stored in a vibrational aspect of ourselves that is more refined than the physical body.
Everything that we have ever experienced, is kept in records in a vibrational aspect of ourselves called the causal body. Since it is an aspect of us that we don’t lose when we cross over, we have the same causal vibration as we always do. It is merely our physical body that we drop out of when we cross. Everything that we have ever experienced is stored in our retrieval component called our Akashic records. If you ever have dreams of looking at photos in a book or a catalogue of pictures, your higher self is telling your physical self that you have been reading your Akashic records.
Every event that we hold as emotional trauma is stored in our Akashic records. The events that seem to happen in your physical life, are habitual experiences caused by something that you stored in your Akashic records. That is why the vibration of the past life realm is called the causal plane. When someone comes to me for a session, I will read their Akashic records to see what the initial cause of the physical dis-ease is. Then I can walk the client through how to release the issue by erasing the akashic record of the trauma. Your physical body is a reactionary to what is held in your causal body. This is the true meaning of the expression from the bible; “as above, so below”.
This information should be common knowledge to anyone who is interested in such things. Many groups have taken much pains to withhold it from the mass consciousness. They have collected it and doled it out in tiny amounts and have charged a fee for the right to know it. Their reasoning is that man is not capable of handling the truth. But in fact, this has created a warped sense of the world that has left people living in fear and creating a lot of drama around the cycles of life; when in fact, every aspect of the cycle of life should be celebrated as worthwhile as the birth of a new baby.
The drama and sadness that is collected from the crossing of a loved one creates this psychic sludge of energy that people have been used to creating and living in. It is like having livestock and never cleaning out the barn and walking through it like it doesn’t exist. This is what is created in the heavy balm of someone passing with the loved ones lamenting and carrying on like it is a natural thing to do. But it is not. The drama of being overwhelmed when someone crosses over, is a conditioned response.
Deaths are traumatic when the person was the breadwinner of the family and their death meant the whole family would be turned out into the street and forced to beg for food. A death of someone was traumatic in the past if you were a woman and your husband died and everything you owned was taken away from you because woman could not own property. A death is devastating if you had one strong healthy son who was caring for the farm and he was struck down. It meant the whole family was doomed.
These are examples of devastating reasons that someone crossing over would be traumatic. These tragedies are stored in our causal body and are triggered upon a present death. Even if it is a good death. Meaning someone who is ready to go. Someone who is going to a better life but is not quite allowed to know it because of societal conditioning and just has to trust that it is so. This kind of death can be a little sad but mixed with relief for the one who is free.
Native Americans have the right idea of the cycles of life. They don’t talk about those who have crossed out of respect for them and because they don’t want to hold them back on their journey. They accept children back into this world realizing that they are their mother and fathers that have passed coming back into to the family in a new body. This is a form of acceptance that is so clean and freeing because it doesn’t create the pulling and drama on any person’s soul journey. It allows them to more freely walk through the cycles of life without any heavy psychic mandates on them.
One of the best gifts you can give someone who is ready to cross is the freedom of your blessings and allow then to go. Many people are held in the nightmare of dis-ease by a selfish or ignorant loved one who won’t allow them to go. They inflict their self-will over the person and keep them trapped in the hellish experience of dying because they are triggered by a past life trauma in their own causal records that brings up a devastating consequence of losing someone. The drama of those who mourn can create an angst in those who have crossed and distract them from their new found freedom. It is like being the guest of honor at a wonderful celebration and all the guests make it about them or spoil it by being in bad moods.
Many people can experience the cycles of reincarnation through their pets. People will lose a dear furry friend and then have another pet show up in the future with a strange familiarity and similar personality to the one who crossed. Because of societal conditioning, this reunion is not acknowledged as a reunion but a pleasant coincidence and nothing more. The original loss is not allowed to be erased with the return of their loved one. This is true of babies as well.
This post may be difficult for some to digest. But the absence of fundamental truth has left this world in a twisted state of confusion devoid of any sense of peace. If this understanding is absorbed by anyone and it brings an end to anyone suffering from loss, then that is less psychic energy for us all to wade through. Or less for some of us to clean out of the barn.
Getting ready to cross is a very personal time. Talking about someone’s health issue, bodily functions or story is a desecration to their person. People do this, at first to convey information but then to get attention from it, and then out of a repetitive habit. It really is nobody’s business really. People want to know details but almost all of wanting to know is lascivious in some way. It is a very private time.
Some people resent those who are quiet during this time. That is their coping mechanism. They may have a better understanding of the process than one who is trying to keep bust all the time. If someone is quiet, please respect that. It is their sacred prerogative.
Talking about the person crossing in the third party is overtly a violation of their personhood. Many people take great pride in doing this. It is like they are proud of having a role of domination over this dynamic person who was once larger than life. Talking to the doctors or others in front of them about them is passive aggressive. It is like saying, “I am important now and you are not anymore.” At the least it is disrespectful.
Talking about the person as if they are well and not experiencing something profound is a form of denial. It is a coping mechanism for those not emotionally ready to accept a shift in their world of losing this presence. It is invalidating though to the person who is fighting for their life. Please don’t tell them, “they are just fine and going to beat this; when it is common knowledge that they aren’t. This is isolating for the individual preparing to cross and who wants to just feel close to their loved ones at that time.
No need to fill space up with mindless chatter. Some patients may want to hear about mundane things but others may want to enjoy the silence. Silence is not a bad thing. When someone is working on crossing over, silence is very pleasant and it helps them tune into the vibration that they are acclimating to.
All the drama is self-indulgent. Removing ourselves from the physical body is a very natural process. We have done it infinite times. Be grateful of the transition time of illness that allows your loved one to do this on their terms with the ability to say goodbye. Crossing over is a simple matter of slipping out of the physical body and adjusting to the new vibration of the astral plane. We are evolved enough to tune into this vibration as a species but control factions have prevented it. Those who use their imagination and are creative may more easily tune into the vibration of the astral plane. Those who are rigid and conform may have a harder time with someone crossing.
The process of crossing over is really simple and pleasant. It is more traumatic to be born than it is to leave the physical realm.
Death is a naïve notion inflicted on man to control his behavior in society. It works. There is a direct correlation between a group’s belief-system; and to how adamant they are in controlling others. We do not die. We attain our awareness and keep accruing the ability for love and compassion lifetime after lifetime. All of life is an exercise in stretching our capacity to love.
Using a person’s illness to get attention is very low on the survival scale. People who do this stand out as having little understanding or compassion for the one who is actually going through the process of crossing over. Talking about someone who is ill just to indulge yourself is a violation of spiritual law and desecrates the person you talk about.
When it is someone’s time to cross and they have accepted it, the best thing you can do is show your gratitude for knowing them and give them permission to cross. Many times the people in the physical are holding the one who is ready to cross back from their journey. It is very difficult to one crossing when people do this. We do this to our pets too. It is self-indulgent to pray for them to stay or have prayer circles to get them well after the point they are gearing to cross. This is such a personal thing and the person may not have the strength to say it out loud because they don’t want to upset their loved ones. But it is self-indulgent to keep them here. It is a violation of their sacred essence. It is also a huge violation to start a prayer circle for them. Many people who do this are merely gleaning attention from their spiritual group for themselves.
Don’t put your concepts of the process of crossing onto the individual. Imagery and belief systems are very personal and can be limiting to a person who has different reference points. You may think it is the most beautiful imagery to say that “God will meet you at the door”. But they may have different imagery and think of God as vengeful. It may conjure up imageries of past life crossings of the angel of death looming nearby. It may induce fear in them that is counter-productive. Allow people to have their experience in crossing and don’t put the limitations of your belief system on them unless they ask.
Crossing over is very natural. The person stays in tune with the body for about three days and there can be a great connection made with them at this time. Being fixated in despair can block this subtle communication; which is frustrating to the one who has crossed because they are eager for you to know how great they are doing and to reassure you that everything is fine.
When you go to sleep, you are able to slip out of the physical body and visit your loved one in their new life that can, many times, look similar to their life on earth. There will though be much more freedom. You have a great time visiting with them and when you wake up, because of your limiting belief systems, don’t remember that you have just had a great time with your loved one. They get exasperated in seeing you sad when you wake up. Sometimes you have a good laugh with them about how silly the beliefs are here on earth. But then you wake up and forget.
The person who has crossed is able to manipulate electricity or induce a song to play to mean something to you. They want you to know they are fine. They still are working to comfort you. There will be a sign from nature, the wind, or one of their familiar phrases said out of the mouth of a stranger. But this takes effort for them. It would be so much easier for our loved ones who have crossed if an initial understanding of the process was in place. It would make it easier for them to connect and offer comfort if death wasn’t immersed in so much mystery.
Talking about what led to your loved ones death, locks them into the traumatic experience. It pulls on them from the other side and distracts them from their joy in the moment. This is true with our pets as well. That is why Native Americans never talk about those who have crossed over. They know it is an insult to them. They understood that our loved ones come back to us in the bodies of our babies. That is why they respect their children so much. They knew and recognized them as their forefathers.
Your loved ones will also come back to the family if there are strong bonds to do that. You can look for them in the eyes of your children, nieces and nephews, and even grandchildren.
When someone has taken their own life, they immediately realize that they have made a mistake. They are taken through a process of understanding that is horrific compared to what they were trying to escape on earth. Immediately they will pull on friends and family members that they left behind. That is why there is such a balm of despair over the home of someone who has committed suicide. They are trying to relieve their anguish by inflicting it on those who love them. Many times they will compel others take their life to keep them company. If someone takes their own life, you have to cut off all connection and sympathy to them. It is self-survival. You can’t help them. It is tough love and they need to take their “medicine”. Having sympathy or guilt for them can be used to psychically manipulate you and can destroy the happiness of whole families. It is best to focus your attention on the ones who are here with you in that case. It really is self-survival because hardly anyone is equipped to deal with such an energy as one who has ended their own physical life.
When you cross over, you don’t magically attain super powers and transform into a cosmic angel. You can give little insights to someone who loves you but you do not become omniscient merely by crossing over. It is a lateral move. One woman thought her drug dealing brother who committed suicide was now her guardian angel. He merely used her to satiate his cravings for drugs, alcohol and cigarettes. She though it was funny she took up smoking after he died. Once she understood why, she could wean herself off of them.
Your pets love you but are so “in the moments”. When they go outside, and you get very upset, it induces the belief in them that they have crossed over and are in another life. They may leave you behind when that happens. It is important that you depict calm and loving thoughts to your pets; especially when they are lost or going through a procedure. When it is time for them to cross, the most loving thing you can do is stay in a loving state with them and not talk about or relive their trauma. This can be a form of hell for them because every time you talk about them getting hit by the car, they are forced to relive it. By keeping your thoughts pleasant and loving, you are demonstrating the greatest love possible. Drama and sadness do not register well on our pets. It doesn’t actually register well on people either.
We forget that hospitals, wheelchairs and painkillers are a relatively modern invention. In the past when we fell or broke a limb, we laid there mangled and twisting; writhing in pain until someone put us out of our misery or death came to us. These memories still surface when we are confronted with health issues. They are the hiccups of past torments making their way to the surface for validation. They need not be permanent.
If past issues are acknowledged and the body is validated, we can move through them quite quickly. See? It is not always something settling into us. Many and most times, it is something devastating trying to leave. That is the purpose of the taps; to acknowledge the pain quickly and to help it pass through.
One of my first clients was terrified of birds. It sounds silly to some. But the image that I saw was her as a Native American Indian young man. He was climbing on the rocks of a cliff to access eggs in the nests. He lost his footing and fell to his demise. But death wasn’t swift. He laid there watching the vultures circle him as he got weaker. They did not wait for him to die before they moved in and started picking at his flesh. They made their first strikes at the moist areas; where the blood drained out, the intestines and the eyeballs. This was how she left that life.
Insert the child’s name in the blank saying each statement out-loud three times while continuously tapping on the top of your head, and say it a fourth time while continuously tapping on your chest.
Don’t skip any because you don’t think they apply to you. The ones you want to skip are the ones you need to do.
“I release the pain and trauma of falling to my death; in all moments.”
“I release the fear of heights; in all moments.”
“I release the horror of being eaten alive in all moments.”
“I release the fear of being eaten by birds/dogs/ cats/natives (whatever it is) : in all moments.”
“I untangle the limbs of my body; in all moments.”
“I untangle the energy of my body; in all moments.”
“I release mingling my sense of adventure with fear; in all moments.”
“I release allowing fear to over ride my sense of adventure; in all moments.”
“I release feeling helpless and abandoned; in all moments.”
“I release the belief that I am helpless and abandoned; in all moments.”
“I shift my paradigm from helpless and abandoned; to empowered and free; in all moments.”
“I am centered in Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Health, Success, Adventure and Wholeness; in all moments.”
We are only as brave as the strongest memory of our deepest fear. When we understand that we are empowered by taking a non reactive stance to unconscious triggers we can just address them without being blindsided by emotional reactions. We don’t even have to fully understand the emotional reaction to just address them head on. Our own resistance to addressing them then becomes sabotage. Because the taps work easily and effectively.
More and more people are realizing that they aren’t afraid of dying, but afraid of the process of dying. The process of dying is one of the things that I am privy to when people show me their past life issues. This is the dis-ease that many hold in the body as disease. I have seen the most horrific Forms of death that could not be imaginable. By releasing the trauma of dying from a client, they feel much relief from the physical pain and generally gain more joy and freedom in their life.
We hold these issues in the place of the body that were compromised in a past death.. Many people with neck issues were either hung, decapitated or choked to death. Many people with lung issues, were either suffocated, or drown to death. One can get a sense of how they died by what they are afraid of, have an aversion to, or where they hold their pain.
We have all had so many experiences of death. Maybe the key to life is, to keep doing it until it brings no fear or reaction in the body. This is what the great Roman Senator Socrates conveyed in his soliloquy after he drank the state sanctioned hemlock and awaited his own death.
Here are some taps to do. May I suggest that you do them all and see which ones create a strong reaction in you. It may give you a greater clue in the totality of who you are as a spiritual being as opposed to someone just getting by through one lifetime. Doing these can actually change one’s vantage point when looking at life. Another side benefit of these taps is that since we work in “all lifetimes”, it can assist in overcoming future traumas of dying.
Say each statement out-loud three times while continuously tapping on the top of your head, and say it a fourth time while continuously tapping on your chest.
Don’t skip any because you don’t think they apply to you. The ones you want to skip are the ones you need to do.
“I release the pain and trauma of dying; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of having my skull bashed in; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of starving to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being eaten alive; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being hunted down and killed; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of drowning; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of freezing to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of working to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying of thirst; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a firing squad; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being murdered in all lifetimes; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in childbirth; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of suffocating to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being buried alive; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being left to die; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying too soon; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in battle; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying of a heart attack; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being gassed; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being burned at the stake; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying of influenza; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a mass grave; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of having my baby ripped out of my body; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of killing myself; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of bleeding to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being gang raped; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a dungeon; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying for a cause I don’t believe in; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying on a foreign planet; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in utero; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of the black death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying needlessly; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying unexpectedly; in all moments.”
“I release the guilt and trauma of dying before I fulfilled my purpose; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying alone; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of watching others die; in all moments.”
“I release the guilt and trauma of killing others; in all moments.”
“I release the guilt and trauma of leaving loved ones behind; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a crash; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in an explosion; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of falling to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying as a leper; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being poisoned to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying at the hands of the enemy; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying at the hands of a friend; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being beaten to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying of neglect; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being tortured to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of going to the gallows; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying at sunrise; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying at sunset; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying at sea; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in the desert; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in the wilderness; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying of being murdered; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being choked to death; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being decapitated; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being hung; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being martyred; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being sacrificed; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being stillborn; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying of an overdose; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a drunken stupor; in all moments.”
“I release the guilt, pain and trauma of killing myself; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of having my throat slit; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being sliced open; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of dying in the arena; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being chosen to die; in all moments.”
“I release the fear and trauma of the process of dying; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of not crossing over; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being a ghost; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being harvested for parts; in all moments.”
“I release the pain and trauma of being turned into a machine; in all moments”
“I release the pain and trauma of being brain-dead; in all moments”
“I release the pain and trauma of a lingering death; in all moments.”
This list should release a lot of the unconscious angst we carry within. It may give one a better understanding of their past lives. But it is totally fine to stay blissfully ignorant of the past and just do the taps to release the unconscious replay of old fears and trauma. The ultimate goal of doing these is merely to bring more Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Health, Peace and Wholeness, to the present moment.