After Death Communication- A Mom Stops By To Say Hello
My Mother passed away in the year 2000, of old age, so her death was a conclusion to a life that was not an easy one, but was fully lived; she was satisfied until the end, of her role of being a good mother, which she still is, as she is with us in spirit.
I was at peace we were with her in her final hours, but the death of a loved one is not easy; it often awakens feelings of impermanence and vulnerability that is part of the human condition and changes parts of our lives forever.
About two years ago, when I was relaxing in my bed in the early morning hours, I felt my mother's presence standing next to my bed. I then had a very unusual deep surge of love in my heart; it was so intense that it was almost painful; I was able to remember the love I felt for her with my heart instead of my mind. Then I started to sob as I connected to the 'memories' of my heart. As I was going through the intense remembering, I heard my Mother's voice say 'stop, that!'. Startled, I stopped sobbing and asked her 'are you happy, Mom?' to which she replied'"yees'!" It was not an impatient yes, it was a reassuring yes, as if she had told me this before, that she was happy in her new life.
What was also significant for me, was that during this experience, I realized that the heart remembers differently from the mind. Didn't have a clue about this! It is as if the heart has its own stored memories which the mind does not. Now I understand why sages say "the heart is the seat of the soul".
But... Mom didn't stop with this visit, on another morning, I woke up to feel her presence again, bending over my bed; I could almost feel her getting ready to touch me. I felt a little nervous and told her not to materialize as these encounters as comforting as they are, can be a little unnerving, but I took the opportunity to tease her about her lack of culinary skills (she never learned to cook well) to which she chuckled and replied "you ingrate". When I heard these words, I laughed because it further confirmed it was Mom, as this was a favorite phrase of hers, which I had forgotten.
Mom stopped by to say hello with her unique personality, which helped me to feel connected to her, and confirmed yet again for me, that death is not the end. There is more to life than what we can see and touch and experience with our five senses. The spirit is transcendent which my loved ones who have made the journey to the Other World before me are reminding me of.
Check my inspirational website to help with grief, Justabreathaway.com and my other hubpages story, After Death Visitation- A Creative Hello from Beyond the Grave!
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Written by fellow hubber, Peggy W.
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IADC (Induced After Death Communication)
"Do Not Stand in My Grave and Weep"
Do not stand at my grave and weep;
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die.