Consolation in Grief

Consolation in Grief

Finding The Pause in your mind is a reliable practice for “being with” whatever you are experiencing so as not to push away, project or deny your inner experience. Acceptance of an experience of pain and suffering lends itself to consolation, leaving you free to live the next moment. Pause, Step Back, Step Aside and Let Inspiration Guide . . . these are “The 4 Decisions”.

  • Hi again
    I just got the idea to copy this passage on bereavement- something which has helped me a lot. Susan

    No one can deny how painful it is to lose a loved one. But love allows us to overcome the pain. You think the more you love someone, the more you will suffer from such a separation. At the time, you will, without a doubt. But if you have truly loved someone, in time another kind of relationship develops between you, and you feel their being as a constant presence. And at night, in your sleep, you are also with them. In the morning, you may not remember meeting, because the journeys the soul makes during sleep rarely reach awareness, but you will feel the connection growing stronger and stronger as time goes by. God did not place limits on love. Love is stronger than death. Those who have shared true love are never parted; their soul overcomes all material obstacles.

    Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

    February 29, 2016 at 4:37 AM
  • Hi Mary

    I am so happy to have found your blog today. Thank you for the wonderful work you are doing. It is so true that pausing to hear our inner guidance before acting or making decisions helps us to manifest our true self and leads us towards freedom. I learnt that lesson through some bitter experiences in the past.
    Love and blessings back to you.


    February 29, 2016 at 4:27 AM