Tag Archives: suicide

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. CONTINUE READING

Suicide Comfort from RES

Suicide
Suicide — such an important topic for the living.

Suicide. How it can hurt when somebody we know commits suicide! Scary, too. Come read some helpful ideas, gained from RES Energy HEALING.

This morning I spoke with my friend JENNY, out walking her dog. On Facebook, I saw how she has publicly supported suicide prevention. Showing the photo that she’s given me permission to post at the top of today’s article.

“Has anything happened to someone you know?” I asked her with concern. CONTINUE READING

Suicide and Cords of Attachment

CUT CORDS, Czech Republic's edition of the how-to

When someone dies,  it’s common to think that no cord of attachment remains — so, at least, you would have no worries about having that kind of energetic link to the deceased any more.

That’s backwards, actually, and especially inaccurate in the case of a suicide. CONTINUE READING

Can Regressions Heal Fear of Death?

The girl was eight. I guessed it, which made each of us proud for different reasons. The scene was an upscale party, where I did face readings for four hours. But not on “Donna.” Physiognomists know it’s unethical, reading faces on anyone  under 18 years of age. For Donna I did aura readings.

She liked what I said. Since the main points were summarized on a souvenir sheet, her parents got to read about Donna’s aura too. Dad cried when reading it, I was told later. (Sweet family!)

What fascinated me about talking to Donna occurred when I was describing her aura and she blurted out: CONTINUE READING