Healing for those who have passed on

 

When I do healing (Vortex Healing) for someone who has passed on, I sometimes know in advance they have died and sometimes have not yet been told. Either way, I tend to sense that’s what happened since the “anchor” of their physical body is not there and that’s relatively easily noticeable in these sessions.

Here are two contrasting experiences from these sessions. One was a man in Oregon I knew, and I read about his cancer on Facebook so I decided to do a session for him. I noticed he seemed to have lost his body and he seemed quite confused, reeling, and close to panicking. I focused on helping him find peace, center, and adjust to the new situation. Another was the sister of a good friend of mine I had done a few session for. When I checked in after she had just passed, she seemed relieved, peaceful, and feeling deeply at home.

I don’t know exactly why they seemed to have such different experiences. But I suspect the first may not have consciously familiar with his timeless existence and was confused after passing on. He may have been temporarily scared until he got used to it. And he may have had strong attachments to what he left (as I suspect many of us have), and perhaps he was scared for those he left. And in the second case, I knew she had a strong spiritual life so she may have felt relief from shedding a diseased body, peace from arriving home, and she may have had less strong attachments to what she left behind.

Note: I don’t have any reservations about using the word “died”. It’s often the most appropriate and direct word. But in this context, passing on seemed more appropriate. When talking from an ordinary human perspective, I usually say died. And when I talk about the parts of us passing on, saying just that seems more natural.

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Initial notes…..

  • healing those who have passed on
    • two contrasting examples
      • one – didn’t know, turmoil, lack of grounding (not spiritual orientation? confused? scared?)
      • another – sense of deep peace, liberation, home (spiritual orientation)
    • my relationship to death
      • (a) memories of how it was between lives
      • (b) found myself as that which any experience happens within and as
      • (c) VH on people after death
      • (d) read about research on near death experiences, reincarnation etc.
      • in all of these, clear continuity
    • ….

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Initial drafts….

I have done healings (Vortex Healing) for a few that have recently passed on, sometimes without knowing they had just died. Two of the first ones stand out.

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When I do healing (Vortex Healing) for someone who has passed on, I sometimes know in advance they have died and sometimes have not yet been told. Either way, I tend to sense that’s what happend since the “anchor” of their physical body is not there and that’s relatively easily noticeable in these sessions.

Here are two contrasting experiences from these sessions. One was a man in Oregon I knew, and I read about his cancer on Facebook so I decided to do a session for him. I noticed he seemed to have lost his body and he seemed quite confused, reeling, and close to panicking. I focused on helping him find peace and to center. Another was the sister of a good friend of mine. I had done a few sessions for her, and then one just after she passed. She seemed relieved, peaceful, and feeling deeply at home.

I don’t know exactly why they seemed to have such different experiences. But I suspect the first may not have consciously familiar with his timeless existence and was confused after passing on. He may have been temporarily scared until he got used to it. And he may have had strong attachments to what he left (as I suspect many of us have), and perhaps he was scared for those he left. And in the second case, I knew she had a strong spiritual life so she may have felt relief from shedding a diseased body, peace from arriving home, and she may have had less strong attachments to what she left behind.

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Note: I don’t have any reservations against using the word “died”. It’s often the most appropriate and direct word. But in this context, passing on seemed more appropriate. So when talking from an ordinary human perspective, I usually say died. And when I talk about the parts of us passing on, passing on seems more suitable.

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