Your loved one has passed, and you mourn. In fact, mornings are the hardest part of the day because you open the eyes and must face another day in awareness of this change in your life. This is what a new day signifies: change. Use this moment that perhaps now causes you to say, “Oh, no, I am still here,” to go deep within and discover why this is. What changes can you make in your understanding of why life cycles through days, through lifetimes … why the sun always rises. Change is a constant in this earthly realm, but there is a part of you that never changes. Find this part and you will have found your eternal connection to the one you mourn. With dawning comprehension, you will understand why you have not and cannot lose love.
You are so very loved.
Wow, it’s weird how I came across this today. I was watch your video the day after your live appearance. But let me get to the point, I lost my husband 4 years ago whom he passed from cancer, then 9 days later my son took his own life. I have been grieving since. My husband and I expected him to pass but I would of never thought that my son would of left me too. I’ve had a hard time dealing with this since. My son looked a lot like my husband and I always thought that if anything happened to my husband I would of always had my son to look upon. My son had a lot of issues which I will not go on, but my question to you is: trying to understand is WHY ME? All that I have left is my grandson and my daughter who has been trying to get pregnant, which she is having a hard time getting pregnant. She feels like she is a failure as a woman. Again WHY? If you could give me any insight on this please feel free to contact me at: MsLaurie62@yahoo.com. I truly look forward to what you and your spirit guides can offer me. Thank you, I’m just looking for answers that’s all. Much love sent your way. Lauri Stanger
Hi Lauri. Our hearts go out to you. Why is a question that will never makes sense from the limited human viewpoint. You need to come to know that we are all souls who come here for the full experience of life and that the soul is always and already whole, complete, and magnificent. The question to ask is: What do I do to honor the love my loved ones brought into this world? Please check out soaringspiritsinternational and helpingparentsheal
This is the most beautiful message I have read on here, and so very true. Thank you.
I’m grieving the death of my 36 year old daughter,💕Jessica Austin…I have not had any sign ,sight of her….she’s been gone four months …💕🐘
Please contact one of the Caring Listeners at Helping Parents Heal.org. They will help you understand about signs.
This is just what I was feeling the other day when I was missing my mother so much. I cried those deep, wrenching sobs. I thought about the fact that the reason loss is so hard is that it represents change. The greater the loss, the more we feel this hollowing out inside, this emptiness – so that the only choice, if we do not want to just shut down (which is OK too, for a while if that is all we can do) is to fill it with more loving and meaning and service and creating.
I start my day with this ditty:
Bright dawn today
Brand New Day
Where past and pain
Are washed away
Bright Dawn Today
Brand New Day!
Dear Suzanne, my world changed on September 15, 2021. The love of my life, Don – passed away. We were married 56 years & were high school sweethearts. We raised three sons & have eight grandchildren. Yes much to be proud of. Don was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2006. As the disease progressed other issues became a challenge. On June 5, 2018 Don fell & suffered a traumatic brain injury that left him disabled. For the last three years I have been his caregiver along with a wonderful loving aide.. I’m working with a bereavement counselor & she has helped me get through these unbearable days. I have only been with you for a few weeks & I’m so thankful my sister- in – law found you.
Today’s message makes sense to me intellectually but my heart is so broken I am having a very difficult time accepting these truths.
I am also going to write to your email address because I am experiencing many visits from Don that I feel like I could be losing my mind. I am in a very dark place today. I know that grief comes in waves & today I feel like I am drowning. But I also know after I have this good cry I will begin to feel better. I have been spending a great deal of time listening to you, & I attended your website on Tuesday night. I’m hoping that one of you helpers could help me. I know how overwhelmingly busy you all are. The internal connection Don & I have is that we are truly the real deal. We are soulmates & ours is a love story.
Yes, I can’t help each person individually as much as I would like to, but please download the free book “Where Do I Begin” on my homepage. You are doing fine!
This is were I am at the moment and have been for the past two years,but each day i take baby steps and hope each day will get better and are loved ones will be with us to help XX❤️🙏🙏
My husband passed will be 3 years Feb. 13, 2019. It is still so clear in my like it happened yesterday. My depression and anxiety is horrible. I was recently hospitalized recently for 2 months. I just cannot get over his death. He was my whole world. He was the love of my life and I miss him so much.
I found your site recently and have been watching your videos. I watched you on tv this am as well.
I am hoping I will find an answer in watching your videos to help me.
And please download the free book, “Where Do I Begin” from my homepage. Listen to the archives of shows on grief from my weekly radio show (find these through my website as well.) You ARE healing.
I too felt I could not get over the grief when my father passed suddenly. For about three years it felt like I was literally hemorrhaging emotionally. Even though I knew the truth of Spirit and that the soul never dies, it didn’t help. I was completely bereft. I finally had a reading with an excellent medium and in one hour the emotional hemorrhage stopped! I could go on with my life. This medium went to the deepest places within my psyche where my pain was, without being told anything. I felt heard and got completion and peace with the connection I truly felt with my father..
I don’t know when or how, but I know you will find this relief and healing too. Just the fact of your reaching out to Suzanne’s work indicates that healing is happening on some level, though you may not yet feel it.
Sending blessings and a hug.
Christina, I just want to add that I, too, was hospitalized for depression in the past. The journey can be so hard at times, but keep reaching out! It does get better. Also, I worked on all levels in healing including diet and supplements and lifestyle changes to address my sugar addiction and that helped my depression quite a bit.
Thank you. Year has passed from my mother’s transition, death. Pain, grief is still so raw. Hearing these truths are so very helpful. Thank you.
Ps. I no longer use Facebook. I rely on these email messages. Many thanks.
My husband transitioned 7 months ago and the mourning I am going through is just as intense as it was the first day. I can’t seem to find the consciousness in the change in life.
Your monthly mentoring sessions help.
Please go through the archives of my radio show. We’ve done many excellent shows with tools for those who are grieving. Check out a book called “The A to Z Toolbox”.
So profound. SO TRUE! Thank you again, Suzanne
These messages definitely find you when you need them! My nephew’s baby came too early and left too soon. I can feel the grief from the family so heavily in my chest, it’s the hardest thing to process.
Baby Theo 11/20/2021-1/7/2022
You are so very loved!
I really don’t understand how to go deep and fine the answer to how I can feel the conscience will make me see my husband. I have never hurt so bad and can’t bring my heart to feel good again.
Please download the free book, “Where Do I Begin” from my homepage. You will feel good again. The goal now is healing.
Your message about mourning a loved one was so on point. I have been trying to grieve for my dad who passed 7 years ago. But I struggle because I have childhood trauma associated with who my dad was growing up. I want to forgive him completely and have been communicating with him a lot. He has sent me messages that he loves me and asks my forgiveness. I thought I had forgiven him but he knew I hadn’t quite let go of everything and he showed me what it was and I realised he broke my heart as a child and it still hasn’t healed. I am trying everyday to heal and forgive for I do love my dad so much.
See both of yourselves as souls playing roles and it only takes an instant to forgive. You forgive the role, not the acts. Forgiveness releases the cord that is holding YOU prisoner!
I am seeking an answer to how to respond to having everyone in my family on the other side and, due to my travels, and unresolved conflicts with my extended family when I was young, and no non-familial close relationships also due to my travels – I’m quite alone and getting old.
The solitude causes me to feel vulnerable. Where do I begin?
It’s amazing that you asked your question with the very answer, Juanita! Go to my homepage and download the free ebook, “Where Do I Begin?” !!!!