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How to Handle Grief and Loss

How to deal with grief

When you're dealing with grief and loss, it is because it is concentrated love that has nowhere to go. Understanding the types of grief can help you find your way back to love and appreciation.



Are you struggling with the overwhelming pain of grief and loss?


Let me tell you, I understand. In 2019, I faced the unimaginable loss of my first daughter Emma. During this time, I felt angry, guilty, empty and depressed, I blamed myself and God for my loss.


I tried to cope by using drugs, alcohol, and throwing myself into work, but that I only felt worse. Honestly, I was suicidal and hopeless, until I discovered the Demartini Method, which helped me balance my emotions and see the hidden order and balance in Emma's death.


I realized that her death was a blessing in disguise, and it led me to my mission and vision in life. I felt a profound sense of peace and gratitude, and since then I have dedicated my life to helping others overcome their grief and challenges.


Grief is the process of bereavement over something you have lost, such as a loved one, a business deal, money, or health. It is a natural and inevitable part of life, but it can also have serious effects on your health and well-being.


Grief can cause stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, immune system dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, and even premature aging and death. You can prevent these aging effects and health consequences, by balancing your perceptions of this perceived loss.


Nothing in life is ever lost, it only changes form.

Everything in the universe is made of energy, and energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed. When you lose something or someone, you do not lose their energy, you only lose their form. Their energy is still present in your life, but in a different form.


You can see this energy in the form of memories, dreams, visions, inspirations, intuitions, synchronicities, and signs. You can also see this energy in the form of new opportunities, people, places, things, and events that come into your life as a result of your loss.


By seeing the presence of the loss, and the loss of the presence, you can balance your perceptions and emotions, and see the hidden order and balance in the situation.


The only reason you mourn is that you don't know how to process your loss.

I use the Demartini Method to access the subconscious mind and balance your perceptions and that helps you see the benefits of the loss, the drawbacks of the presence, the presence of the loss, and the loss of the drawbacks.


By answering these questions, you can dissolve the emotional charge and see the hidden order and balance in the situation.


By doing this you can transform grief into peace, gratitude, and love, and see how the loss serves you and helps you fulfill your highest values and purpose in life.



Myth: Appreciating their passing means forgetting about your loss.

Fact: Appreciating their passing means loving it but it doesn't mean forgetting. You can continue with your life while keeping the memory of someone or something you lost as a significant part of who you are. As time goes on, these memories can play a more integral role in shaping the person you become.

Myth: You have to be strong.

Myth: Ignoring the pain can help it go away faster.



For example, in the case of losing your spouse, ask the following questions:

  • What are the benefits of losing your spouse? How does losing your spouse serve you, help you, or empower you? How does losing your spouse help you fulfill your highest values and purpose in life?

  • What are the drawbacks of having your spouse? How does having your spouse hinder you, hurt you, or disempower you? How does having your spouse prevent you from fulfilling your highest values and purpose in life?

  • How is your spouse still present in your life, even though they are physically gone? How do you see, hear, feel, or sense your spouse in your life, in different forms? How do you communicate with your spouse, in different ways?

  • How have you lost the drawbacks of having your spouse, by losing your spouse? How have you gained freedom, independence, or empowerment, by losing your spouse? How have you opened up new possibilities, opportunities, or experiences, by losing your spouse?


By answering these questions, you can see that there is a perfect balance between the benefits and drawbacks of losing and having your spouse, and that there is no loss or gain, only transformation.


By seeing this balance, you can feel a sense of peace and gratitude, and realize that your spouse is still with you, in different forms. By doing this process, you can honor them, honor yourself, and move forward with love.


If you'd love to learn how to do process your grief consider joining me on The Heart of Grief Online Program. Where I take you through how to dissolve your grief step-by-step-by-step.






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