Friday, August 1, 2014

How can we support people who are grieving?

We are here with you tonight.

Most of all, have compassion for those who are hurting.  Everyone grieves in their own way and in their own time.  Allow each person the space to do it in their own way.

Don’t try to convince them of anything or any particular way of seeing death, as each person will have their own beliefs.

Listen if they want to talk, without giving advice.  If they ask for help, be careful with what you give and see how receptive they are before going too far.
Take time to remember how devastated you were with a loved one’s death and allow yourself to grieve with the newly lost people who are trying to make sense of it all.

Don’t tell your own stories — simply listen to theirs with gentleness and kindness and respect.  If people are talking about the loss of their loved one, it is because they are on their mind a lot.  Respect that and offer love, not advice.
Keep your heart open.

Imagine a healing cloud of energy and Love surrounding the person and their loved one, enveloping them in Love and know that they are safe.  Also, know that they will be guided in the right way to whatever energy they need or whatever messages they need to hear in exactly the right way and at exactly the right time for them.

Everyone is different, so give them plenty of love and the space and freedom to grieve in their own way.

We are with you always.

~ Your entity and Michael ~

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