From a higher perspective death doesn´t exist at all. But on a physical level we are nevertheless missing the hug, the smile, the voice and whatever we loved about that person, that crossed the veil.
I have „lost“ relatives quite early in my life. My mothers sister had taken care for me from my 3rd year on and she died when I was 7 years old. The night she passed over I had a dream in which we were riding on a cart, together with other people, having a great party with lots of laughter while sitting on a white coffin. As a little one I´ve still had access to our souls truth.
But on a physical level this night was the starting point to very ugly experiences, cause the humans around me couldn´t deal with their feelings of grief, loss, fear, guilt etc.
It´s been not the death I had to witness that´s been harming me, it´s been the ones alive, cause they had been way more dead than my Auntie.
When we aren´t able to end things properly in our lifes we cause turmoil and imbalance. In fact our loved ones behind the veil are way more lively than most humans are.
I´ve been blessed as I have met my passed over family members in my dreams from time to time, so I knew they are still there somehow. Meanwhile I don´t have to sleep to feel their presence. It is even a bit ironic, that while I was sleeping I had to sleep to meet them and since I am more aware I am aware of their presence, cause I am more present.
Trouble is that when we suffer a lot with grief and sorrow our frequency is too low to make contact. So we need to let go to reconnect with them.
Death really, really doesn´t exist. All parting is temporary. My daughter in this lifetime has been my little sister 230 years ago. And all we didn´t clean up 230 years before has been laying on our plates in this lifetime. So take care of your relationships, they don´t end. But the bigger truth behind all personal entanglement on the earthly realm is always pure love, bringing the souls together again and again until they are living the truth of their love here on earth.
I have had an interesting experience a few month ago, that still makes me grin.
I´ve been visiting a church that I didn´t wanted to enter for some reason. When I finally entered it, it hit me like a hammer: I was standing at the exactly same place like a few hundred years ago at the day of my wedding. And I´ve been feeling terrible as I didn´t wanted to marry this guy. I couldn´t remember why I disliked the marriage or any details about it, just the feelings I have had…being very small and alone and feeling burdened and full of fear, that made it hard to even breath.
Well a few minutes later I´ve experienced a second shock, as I was standing at my husbands and my own pastlifes grave. I´ve been dying 6 month past him in that life…but 2016 my former husband was standing right next to me, both of us very alive, although I am quite sure he didn´t recognize anything of that at all. Ain´t it too funny? The universe has a gorgeous sense of humor. Our life is a divine comedy and death a very illusionary state.
Love your departed ones, but try to let go and keep on living, as you´ll stay connected and will meet again – that´s guaranteed.
Shine your light!