In 1991 as my dad lay in a hospice a couple of miles from our house and from my vantagepoint in our living room - I saw the clouds in the sky part, in the distance.
The light that emitted through the clouds seemed to be descending onto the roof of the hospice.
Knowing that dad was now peaceful and near to death I spoke to him:
Go to the Light Go up into the Light dad.
In the early hours of the next morning my dad died.
That was my first experience of healing into death.
From then on and now working with my Guides I have worked, remotely - with men, women, children and animals who are close to death.
Unlike that first time - I am now given information and the opportunity to converse with the Spirit of the departing and they with me.
I work with a combination of - my own Guides the patient - Guides and loved ones in Spirit connected to the patient Angels and those loved ones who will be left behind to grieve.
And as in the case of distant healing sometimes I am directly involved and sometimes I am privileged to witness the workings of the Spirit World - as a bystander.
This work is usually done over a period of days and Spirit guide me on that matter. But sometimes the combined work of Spirit and the patient is completed very quickly.
Often I will play music the title of which is chosen by my Guides or the patient. The music, lending its healing tones and/or words to the patient.
Assisting - healing into dying - is always a privilege.
It is always moving.
There can be angst, upset or anger before peace is found - and occasionally, when the work is nearly completed - there can be one or two jokes along the way.
Always there is the unconditional love shown by all those in Spirit who come to assist.
Always there is a Guiding Light whose Soul purpose is to assist in that walk between the physical life and everlasting life.
Always there is a celebration to honour the returning Soul.
The common factor that I have found is that each of these rolls has resulted in a peaceful death.
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