Communication, honesty and a feeling of belonging was so extraordinary they both just “knew” that this was real. They began to make plans for a future wedding. In whirlwind fashion these two experienced the deepest love they ever knew, a love that surpassed all understanding. By the third week, the connection had grown a bond that was extremely strong. Both experienced joy, vulnerability and shared their histories.
One moment they were planning their future and in the blink of an eye, she died. My client had just left the room to get ready for work after spending time holding her. As he came back into the room, he saw her laying unconscious on the floor. After days of waiting for the results of her autopsy, blaming himself for her death, it was determined that a blood cot in her brain was the cause of death. No one could have known, nothing could have prevented her death. On the day he was scheduled to meet her family for the first time, instead of celebrating, they were grieving.
He called to get guidance on why this happened. Why had she been brought into his life only to be so quickly ripped away? As tragic as the events were, it did provide an experience of love that most people never get. For a moment they were both given a glimpse of unconditional love and acceptance. He provided “safety” for her, a safety she had never known. She provided “acceptance” for him and hope.
Although the tale of this beautiful couple was cut short, it served it's purpose for them both. She was committed to spending the rest of her life with him and she did. He was willing to put aside all fear and jump into the deep end of love. Believing it was possible to have a love like that but only getting burned in the past, had left it's scar. The short time he embraced love with this woman, reignited his belief that true love was possible for him. He received confirmation that she had been watching him the first few days after her death. He could feel her and sense her, he just needed to know he hadn't done anything wrong. Although he will grieve a great loss, he is grateful he had the opportunity to provide and experience a monumental love for that special moment.
As a psychic, I am blessed to be able to provide guidance through difficult times such as these. It is a good reminder of how fleeting life is. You have but moments in life, strung together to create a lifetime of love. You never know when you will be given a love so great, but when it happens, dive into it. Embrace those moments, set aside all fear. Life is to be lived with passion, excitement and love. Although we can't know how long we get to hold onto moments like this, the mere fact that they are possible is enough. To be filled with unconditional love, to touch it if only for a moment is worth every moment before and after.
Embrace love in every moment....
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