Submitted on 2010/07/11 at 6:09 am
“My Son Passed Away”
After my son died, I had a reading looking for closure, comfort, answers. She said my long dead dad was there for my son to guide him over. Great!
But how was my dad there at the scene, at the exact time? Are we being watched over by deceased relatives?
I would love to think my son is working behind the scenes for his surviving sister Death of the young sucks. My bro was 28 when he died.
‘Death of the young sucks’ indeed.I believe we are watched over by deceased relatives. My grandmother comes to me infrequently, and it’s always a warm breath of comfort when she does. I cherish those dreams.
Time and the ‘all knowing’ of something can sometimes be challenging for us to wrap our minds around and fully understand. Time on the ‘Other Side’ doesn’t seem to work in quite the same linear fashion as we in the waking reality here perceive it. We tend to see time as a train track, with point A at the start and point B towards the end, or ‘in the future’.
Quantum Mechanics can shed some light and new perspective on this, however it can become more confusing the more you learn…lol.
For example, Sylvia Browne talks about her experience when her father passed, and being Psychic didn’t seem to help her one bit when it came to connecting with her father after he’d passed. When she finally did ‘hear’ from him, what she thought was months, to him had seemed like mere moments.
If you’ve ever experienced a second in time, where you had an overwhelming feeling that you actually ‘got it’…an epiphany if you will, a momentary state of bliss where everything seemed to be connected, make sense, and have order…then you may understand the concept that everything…. everything …is ‘now’. Eckhart Tolle’s books ‘The Power of Now’ and ‘ A New Earth’ relays this quite nicely.
With this concept of time, now, and connectedness, it offers a possible explanation of how your father was able to be there for your son to guide him over.
As for your son watching over your daughter, absolutely. We may just not recognize in what ways that might be. We may not be aware of something we don’t put our ‘focus’ on, however that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.I can’t imagine the challenges you’ve faced losing your father, brother, and son. My heart goes out to you.
Thank you for writing in, and I hope this helps,
Sincerely, the Fringe Dweller