Suicide Survival

Suicide Survival? Based on my work with RES clients, I’d say “Definitely.” See why.

Suicide Survival. Today, more of my perspective on suicide from helping clients.  Using a form of past-life regression called Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®. Surprising!

Preview: This post will include a treat. One of the most dramatic case histories ever summarized here.

Blog-Buddies, I’m really looking forward to sharing this with you.

First of all, though, a recap. In this two-part series, we began by exploring your side of suicide survival. After somebody you know has committed suicide: How can you help yourself to move forward? Specifically, preventing yourself from getting stuck emotionally and spiritually.

How unfair your further suffering would be! Since you’re not the one who chose to commit suicide.

Besides, your guilt or other suffering doesn’t help that deceased person. Not one bit. 

Incidentally, what was the best part of that post? Undoubtedly, KYLIE’s Comments #1-5. Strongly recommended reading!

Suicide Survival — Plenty of Questions

Today, however, our emphasis will be different. Exploring post-suicide survival for the person who has died.

  • Did he or she really “Kill herself” or “Kill himself”?
  • In some ultimate way,  “Extinction forever”?
  • As LIANE put it in her Comment #10… Does that soul spend eternity burning in hell?

Suicide Survival. Where Do Ghosts Fit In?

Spending eternity in hell? For so many reasons, I question this popular beliefs. For example: Ghosts.

According to that eternity idea, why would folks who commit suicide ever become ghosts? How long does it take before that alleged “eternity” begins? If people who commit suicide supposedly go straight to hell, how come so many of them stick around?

Sometimes they linger for many years after the death. Long past the death date would have been in the original life contract.

In her aforementioned comments, KYLIE referred to a session of RES Energy HEALING  that included a something extra. Healing for that ghost.

Because, yes, in that session, I facilitated the relocation of that ghost. Moving it on to its next heaven. Escorted properly, by a Divine Being.

Suicide Survival for One Ghost

Granted, moving out personal hauntings is not my specialty in RES. But having facilitated thousands of sessions for clients, of course this sort of thing has come up.

Fairly often, when the person committing suicide has been close to my client… That ghost has stayed around for a purpose: Trying to make amends. Wishing to convey a message of apology, etc.

In this particular specialty of RES Energy HEALING, guess what? The ghost gets to convey a brief message. Then my client also has the chance to say goodbye.

Personally I doubt in the “Go straight to hell, do not pass GO” model of suicide. Because I’ve witnessed results for clients like KYLIE. In a pretty high percentage of cases like this.

Results Convince Me of Truth

While discussing topics like suicide, or ghosts, what is my standard for truth?

Do I constantly ask spirits for guidance? Not at all.

Or do I have a big belief system about the paranormal? This morning, while writing this post, I enabled a comment added onto a post from 2011. An article about “The Trap of Clairvoyance.”

Right before KEV’s wonderful Comment #24, I reread an old comment by MONDRIAN. Right on point, I think.

He wrote: “Well, she did explain what [Clairvoyant perceptions] meant to her. She said the colors and formations meant she was ‘demonstrating the bounty of love she expressed’ and the pink light indicated that ‘she had reached that state of universal love where she was truly able to love others unconditionally.'”

Useful info? Not to me. But if my client receives real-life results after an RES session? That’s the ring of truth for me.

Suicide Survival. Past-Life Regression

What’s the biggest reason, however, I’m convinced that suicide survival happens. Rather than “I’m trapped in hell for all eternity.”

Facilitating sessions of Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®? (SEAH) That sure brings results for my clients.

As you may know, this form of past-life regression helps clients to remove large-intensity frozen blocks. A big-deal kind of STUFF, and the only kind that carries over from previous lifetimes.

Many a debriefing I’ve done, at the end of one of these sessions… Right there, in my pink office… The client and I discuss the STUFF removal from a suicide. Done in a previous lifetime.

Suicide Survival? Definitely

So here’s the summary of a case history that I promised you in this post.

My client Gladys’s soul helped her to select, for healing, a very difficult lifetime. In that incarnation, she was Josephine. A passive woman stuck in a terrible, terrible marriage.

Sure, we moved out many frozen blocks about that awful marriage. And its impact on Josephine.

But the clincher came towards the end. Where Josephine, feeling utterly trapped, spontaneously did something drastic. Purposely she ran out into the street, right in front of a moving car.

Ordinarily many of us think of suicide as an act of cowardice. Opposite to what Josephine did, in my opinion. Because Josephine had no way out other than death. (Given what I had learned about her situation during that past-life regression).

Yep, suicide! So many frozen blocks were removed. And each time, fresh new energies were installed where the old STUFF used to be. Energies that helped my client to live with a stronger soul expression. (Hence the name, “Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis.”)

How About Results?

Not everybody believes in reincarnation. Nor in the power of past-life regression, when done with “Really Effective Skills.” (That being one of my clients’ nicknames for “RES.)”

Most of us, however, do believe in results that impact physical health.

Well, my client Gladys had brought a health-related goals to her SEAH session.

Note: These sessions are the exception to my rule: Only emotional and spiritual growth sought in RES sessions. Not physical improvement. This sort of goal is permissible in a SEAH session only. And only when my client has done the responsible thing. Sought medical help. Yet still was suffering.

How had Gladys been suffering? She had narcolepsy. Took the highest possible dosage of medication, too. Because nothing less than that would work.

Survival, Improved

Fast-forward to weeks after Gladys’s session. With her physician’s blessing, Gladys stopped taking any medication for narcolepsy. That problem was gone. Period.

Because if a problem was caused by STUFF… In RES we have this motto: “STUFF can always, always, always be healed.”

10 thoughts on “Suicide Survival”

  • 1
    Christine says:

    So inspirational! Thank you for these posts.

  • 2
    Jennifer says:

    Thanks for exploring this tricky topic Rose.

    From the perspective of someone who has attempted, I’d just like to say that suicide is an act of last resort.

  • 3
    Jennifer says:

    The choice (not that it feels like there’s a choice at the time) comes from a place of unimaginable darkness; there is no hope that life will ever be free from this terrible, crushing pain.

  • 4
    Jennifer says:

    It’s not selfishness, it’s desperation – like Josephine, you can see no other way out.

    So for anyone who has lost someone to suicide, please know there was nothing you could have done to save them, and like Rose said, guilt serves no one.

  • 5
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Thanks for sharing your personal experience here, JENNIFER. I’m very glad you’re with us still.

    Thanks to you, also, CHRISTINE.

    This can be such a raw topic.

  • 6
    Jennifer says:

    Thank you Rose, that means a lot. And I’d also like to say that you and Isabella have been an immense help to me – you are bright lights in a rather dark world. 😊❤️

  • 7
    Rose Rosetree says:

    You’re welcome, JENNIFER. It is a wacky world, isn’t it?

    Yet our loving, very human hearts can find joy just by seeking it.

  • 8
    Lilian says:

    You know, one of the most profound sentences here seem to be: “My client Gladys’s soul helped her to select, for healing, a very difficult lifetime. ”

    That’s really the best way to think about karma.

  • 9
    Lilian says:

    And that’s something said about a lifetime that ended in suicide. Progress must have been made. She ended her life by making a choice.

    It’s so difficult to see the value of suffering, and just talking about karma in 2-D ways really bums be out. And is actually one of the key ways you annoy me, Rose. :-p It’s easy to make it sound so pompous, stuffy and dismissive when life is always beautiful.

  • 10
    Lilian says:

    Not that it’s likely you mean it that way… It’s just too mechanical a term for me. X good karma + Y bad karma = much boredom.

    Especially as God or karma is not really an added extra in life, but really the process of all. I don’t know. Maybe it’s more fun to think of it as mysterious alchemy. 🙂

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