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Grief Never Ends, But It Changes after death communication psychic medium shamanic healing spirit communication spiritual healing

How long does grief take?

The journey with grief is not the same for everyone, and there is no measurement of time for how you experience it because your physical loss is something that you carry the rest of your life to some degree. 

If you’re grieving the death of a loved one, you may find that others gauge how long they think it should take for the grieving process. Society thinks of loss as something you have to “move on” from or “get over.” They expect...

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Breath Work for Grief and Intuition after death communication psychic medium shamanic healing spirit communication spiritual healing

 

 

Today, I'm going to share with you a brief breathwork exercise. The reason why this is so powerful is breath is what connects us to life. I don't know about you, but for me on my journey with grief, I find that it's almost like I have to remind myself at times to breathe, especially earlier on in my grief journey. 

 

Well-being during the most difficult times of life

Shallow breathing is common with grief. It relates to what we call the sympathetic nervous system where...

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Crystals for Intuition after death communication mediumship development psychic medium shamanic healing spirit communication spiritual healing

As an evidential medium and spiritual teacher, I teach my students to help them transform grief and connect with their loved ones in Spirit. Intuition is the language of the soul, and it’s also how we can communicate with the Other Side.

 

Crystals are a tool that I use personally and professionally in my classes to enhance intuition. Crystals are naturally formed in and mined from the Earth and come in many shapes, colors, and sizes. They also offer spiritual and healing...

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Crystals for Grief after death communication mediumship development psychic medium shamanic healing spiritual healing

 

 

When a loved one dies, the grief can seem unbearable and unpredictable. Elisabeth Kubler Ross identified five stages of grief: denial (shock), anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Everyone has their own experience with grief, and it is not uncommon to fluctuate back and forth between these stages or experience them all in the same day.

One of the grief support tools that I teach my clients is working with crystals or stones. Crystals are naturally formed in and mined...

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