Mr and Mrs G were the parents of very dear friends. They spent the Summers in Canada with the son and the Winters in California with a daughter.
Mr G. loved when I shared my latest adventures with SPIRIT. When Mrs G passed it was easy and with great acceptance. 3 months later Mr G. was on his death bed with great trepidation and fighting it. I believe this was due to being a fun sailor in his youth. No proof of my belief, just a feeling from our long chats. He was indoctrinated by his religious beliefs that you were judged by God upon your demise.
As I became aware of his personal struggle to let go, I request PERMISSION to speak to him at a subconscious level, as I was in Whitby and he was in California. Once permission was given I explained in great detail. We judge ourselves as we review our lives with all the soul lessons we have completed and accomplished and those we need more work on.
I then told him when he was ready to call my name and I would accompany him “ TO” the light .I would not enter the light with him, as I had much left to accomplish here on earth.
An hour later I heard Mr G call my name. I sat down, focused and moved with him to the light. About an hour later, he returned to thank me for the assistance. It still brings tears to my eyes when I think about it.
A few days later the kids told me that when he was ready to let go: he gathered his family in his room, requested assistance to sit up, said I’m ready, closed his eyes, smiled and left.
The irony is that I never told the kids what I shared with him. I never explained why the fear or how I assured him. When they gave his time of passing I knew it was exactly when he called my name and I was honoured to assist.
Sometimes our belief system makes the transition from life to afterlife difficult. We have to assure our loved ones all is well and there is an afterlife. Namaste.