A Message to my Love, From the Beyond

February 19, 2017

The following is one of the first writings that I ever channeled back in 2005.  I was pregnant with my son, Gavin, who has turned out to be a very intuitive child.   A massive tsunami had just occurred and I had heard Nate Berkus, the famous interior decorator from the Oprah Winfrey show talking about loosing his partner in the Tsunami.  I had a very vivid dream that I was this man, being taken by the waves.  I woke up and felt this unbelievable need to communicate his message.  I wrote it down on a scrap of paper and then emailed it to Nate Berkus.  I have no idea if he ever read it.  Anyway, I have kept the paper, and from time to time it pops up when I'm looking for something else.  I read it and think, "this is really a message to anyone who is grieving a loss."  For years I have contemplated finding a way to share this message with anyone who has lost a loved one.  Today is the day.  I hope you find it beneficial in some way.


"The waves crash

and suddenly I am all alone

drifting, slipping, gripping, gliding.

My head goes under

And I open my eyes for a moment

The burning, stinging, ripping, tearing

is begging to take over me.

I struggle to come to the surface, but I'm gradually going deeper

instead of closer to the surface.

I think of my love and I long for his embrace

and suddenly there is a light of a million rainbows.

Beckoning, calling, pulling me in

I think - this must be the end...

Or is it?

Just the beginning.

My Savior greets me.

He takes me in his arms and they take away my pain and sorrow.

It is instantly replaced with love and understanding.

All of my doubts are erased.

All my questions are answered.

It is time - the perfect time.

I will go on and so will the rest.

We are still here for you.

Do not give up hope.

And do not give up charity.

You must give to those who are with you now.

They need you more than we do.

We are blessed and forgiven.

It is you who now have the burden of consciousness.

You are responsible for your neighbor and your enemy.

Keep up your amazing work.

God sees it and so do I.

There is love all around you to carry you through.

You must believe.

Don't ever give up hope.

Tomorrow is always a new day.

The sun will rise and God's face will shine upon you and say

So it is."


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