Last year on Sept.11th I lost my younger brother Wayne. I posted a comment about him on my personal Facebook page yesterday which started a conversation with a friend about loved ones who leave us early. The first such for me was my only big sister who chose to depart at the age of 41 after a long illness. I was in my early thirties and devastated. When I instinctively visited her in solitude in the private viewing room after the rest of my family had gone, I immediately sensed her there. A sense of calm came over me and I knew she was in a better, painless place. Soon after that I visited a medium for the first time in my life. Lorraine came in and rose from her wheelchair and began dancing and singing. She told me she was happy. I burst into bittersweet tears. I often sensed her after that and she became the centre of my guides and angels mastermind team. I value that so much.
Even so I am only human. I have since lost my mom, an older brother and the aforementioned little (about 6’ to my 5’+1/2”) brother, plus many others who were close to me. Aside from my mom, the oldest was 63, the youngest in her twenties. While I feel many of them around me and know most have joined my mastermind team and am exceedingly grateful and in awe of that, my human heart misses them and I mourn the loss of their comforting Earthly presence. The story of Suzy is indeed one of such a loss and how a human can find themselves again.
This quote from the friend, Marie-Claire, is what prompted this post: “Maybe you are losing so many of them because you were surrounded by magnificent people”.
Yes indeed I am blessed to be surrounded by magnificent beings, both on the Earthly plane and the many others who may or may not have ever existed on this dense planet and who grace my ‘core’ mastermind group, whom I simply call ‘My Team’.
** Addendum Sept.11** This is the first anniversary of Wayne's passing and it struck me why his passing hit me so hard, aside from the fact he was my closest friend growing up. With most of the others I could see where they may have completed the journey they had agreed to take on this Earth. But with Wayne (as with the youngest), there seemed to be a promise of more he could accomplish here. I do though, feel, appreciate and cherish his presence on whatever plane he has chosen for this now.