Who Will You Be Now?

positive-energy1Whenever we’re experiencing deep loss or illness, we stop dreaming. We only focus on the pain and the past. Have you ever seen a dog lick its wound obsessively and thus prevent healing? That’s what we do with our pain.

It’s okay to do this for a little while. But recognize that it’s not helping you. In order to make things in your life get better – you have to start dreaming of what you want next.

When a loved one has died, we sometimes feel like we’re betraying them if we move on and stop licking the wound. This is clearly not the case. Your loved one is watching you from the other realm and desperately wants you to let go and be happy again. Releasing your attachment is the greatest gift you can give someone who has passed on. Bless them on their way to the higher realms.

If you could have a conversation with your deceased loved one, he or she would tell you that your grief hurts them too. Your painful attachment prevents them from moving on to the great adventure awaiting them in the higher realms.

When my husband died, Chief Fools Crow (who was in North Dakota and miles from civilization) hiked to a phone booth in order to call our mutual contact in Denver – who then called me in Boulder and said, “Paul has passed on now, and the spirit guides are guiding him to higher realms. But if you wallow in your grief, you’ll prevent him from moving on to where he needs to go to find peace.”

This phone call greeted me the moment I returned home from the hospital after Paul had died. His words truly helped me; I didn’t want to hurt Paul by holding onto my grief.

If the person you’re grieving over is still alive, but they’ve chosen not to be in a relationship with you – you have only one option.

Throughout the day, say this to yourself:

“Okay, I wasn’t being my brilliant self. My energy was terrible, so she (or he) left me. Now I am doing everything in my power to raise my energy. I will soon attract him (or someone greater) into my life.”

Remember, life is simply an energy contest. The person with the best energy always attracts the life and love they want.

What is Reality?

reality-illusionYou don’t understand what reality is. You’ve been misled into believing that the seen world is more real than the unseen world of thoughts, beliefs and energy.

Quantum physicists remind us that at the core of all matter (which makes up our reality) are endless waves of light. They remind us that the observer (you) determines the form and shape of reality. This means that you choose your reality when you choose your thoughts and beliefs.

And, as the physicists point out, we are vibrational beings sending out frequencies which interact with other frequencies. We connect with and attract people, circumstances and opportunities that exist on the same vibrational frequency as the one we are sending out.

Don’t worry. You’re not alone in misunderstanding how these things work in our world. It’s our human challenge to figure this out. All of our preciously held “realities” only exist because someone intended them into existence. What reality are you intending into existence right now?

Look closely at your life for the answers to that question. When we look at the work of quantum physicists we begin to understand how “creating your reality” works on a sub-atomic level.

What does this have to do with you? Everything…

Each time you think, “I can’t find work that I love,” or “I’ll never find true love,” or “I’m probably going to get cancer like my father,” you make it so.

Will it take mainstream science 20 years to embrace and catch up to these brave and brilliant researchers? Absolutely.

Consider this: When the natural health movement began to take root in this country, it followed the same slow path to acceptance. In the 70s, herbalists, acupuncturists, doctors of aturopathy, and homeopaths were called “quacks.” They slowly became our “alternative” healers. Today, more than 70% of Americans rely on natural medicine to supplement their healthcare. And more than 30% of conventional physicians recommend some type of natural remedies to their atients.

This revolution of the mind will take the same slow course. But you, dear reader, are on the cutting edge of this revolution and you can reap the benefits of this newfound knowledge today – in YOUR life.

Let’s begin…

Talking To Loved Ones On The Other Side

1Our pain and grief is meant to open our hearts, strengthen our connection to the divine & inspire us to accomplish our soul’s greatest mission and tells us why.

Talking To Loved Ones On The Other Side

  • How do you communicate with the other side? Can others develop this ability?
  • Do our departed loved ones try to communicate with us often? Do we block it out?
  • How can you recognize a sign from the other side?
  • Why do you think we need to communicate? How does it help heal our pain and grief?
  • You say that grief is meant to open our hearts, why is that?

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Crossing the threshold from death

sue-cjHow can death be part of the deceased’s Soul mission? The loss of a loved one is never easy. In this special audio interview listen in as Sue and CJ talk about this very topic.

This interview will:

  • Change the way you think about your loved one’s passing
  • Help you understand why some suffer so much and pass in such traumatic ways (prolonged illnesses, car accidents)
  • Learn some of the ways those who have passed to the other side communicate with us and why they visit us

Enjoy!

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The Shelly Wilson Show with Sue Frederick

Recently featured on “The Shelly Wilson Show” we had a wonderful conversation on drawing upon dreams, ancient numerology, powerful intuition, and conversations with spirits to help fulfill your soul’s mission and use pain as inspiration for a meaningful life.