My parents are getting old. Especially with my Dad being 96, I can't help but wonder what my life would be like without him.
I have been blessed that in my entire life of more than 60 years, I have never lived without my father or my mother.
My own mortality is also hitting home more these days. I have always embraced life and have never been fearful of death; however, I am not sure what to expect during the transition from life to death. So, I completed a session with my coach about what it would be like taking my last breath, the moment of transition from life to death.
I wanted to explore that topic for reasons of spirituality, preparation, and for exploration of my inner being.
Both Brainspotting and Medical Constellation are such excellent tools to access the Subcortical brain and the Knowing Field, so I chose these modalities to do my intended exploratory work.
What came through during the coaching session was not what I had expected. The moment of taking my last breath, what was hardest for me was to let go of my attachment to the love of my daughters. It broke my heart having to say goodbye to them. That cord was so strong thus very difficult to break, wrought with grief, separation anxiety, and a deep yearning to be always together.
While I was in that state, there was another strong pull forcing me to go to the next realm with the Divine Source. I felt torn between the two realms, heaven and earth, not free, stuck in the middle.
I decided to try to focus all of my attention on and toward the Divine Source, then interestingly, a sense of complete peace, joy and freedom came over me. What happened next was again not what I had expected, the love and connection with my daughters not only did not diffuse, rather, it strengthened.
I was no longer in a tug of war, pulled in two opposite directions. Instead, with me moving toward the
Divine Source, my daughters became also intimately connected to the Source in a beautiful way. The flow of love became easy and effortless, no duality, no confusion, and no feeling of being torn apart.
After this session, there was such peace in my soul because I now know in my body that separation is a perception only. Being in alignment with the Higher Source keeps my love aligned in both directions, toward heaven and descending down to earth.
Coincidentally, this prayer presented itself to me:
“If thou lovest Me ….. that thou mayest die in Me and I may eternally live in thee”
~ Hidden Words of Bahaullah
My personal conclusion: Life is GOOD, so is DEATH! Transition is all about ALIGNMENT!
Wishing you well!