March 9, 2017

Grieving for a Husband.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


I had never read any of your books before. This last Christmas I bought for myself your book “Life After Death”. But for one reason or another I kept putting off reading it.

Last month, my husband was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer and given less than six months. (I know it will be less time.) While in the hospital I started reading you book and found it was exactly what I already knew and believed. This was very comforting I also believe I “knew” this was going to happen to my husband which is why I picked up the book.

My husband, is an extraordinary spirit and I am excited for this new adventure he is embarking upon. I am dreaming of people we know who have already passed letting me know he will be fine and they are so happy. I am allowing myself to be reassured.

Everything seems to be okay and in place. But I will miss him and I cry. I know this is grief at what I will lose, but isn’t love wanting everything for another person and what could be more then truly “everything”?  

He has set the bar very high and I do not know if I will be able to find another to connect with in this lifetime. I know I will never be lonely because of what we have had and what I have come to understand in this lifetime.  How long will my grief be after he passes? I know the answer is “as long as I want it to be.” But what process in the mind should take place to be able to release this grief? As stated earlier, my spirit is excited for his journey, it is my mind that grieves.


It is rare to see such a love and courage as yours in action. You have my sincere love and admiration. I’m glad that book was able to provide some confirmation of what you already knew. That is the most any writer can aspire to. Your husband is most fortunate to have you as a guiding and reassuring light for him on his journey.

Regarding your question about the mind and grief: remind yourself that what is imperishable and real never dies. The body is temporary and changeable, and its death is inevitable. The more you identify with and relate to others on the soul level, the pain of separation will be less.  If you enjoy reading Vedic scripture, it is often recommended to read the Bhagavad Gita to ease the process of grief.


Much love to you and your husband,


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