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June 16 2012

Grieving the Loss of One`s Mother

Category:  Ask Deepak


I lost my mother recently and am feeling absolutely lost. I find myself in 2 realities sometimes. I have no energy, my body feels tired all the time and I don't know where I am going. Please advise!

What you have described are all normal symptoms of grieving the loss of a close loved one. There is nothing wrong with you, and in the short term, you do not need to know where you are going, and you are not expected to have a lot of physical energy. Give yourself permission to let your life adjust to this major loss. Honor your mother’s life with positive remembrances. Dwell on the gratitude you feel for the blessings of her love and guidance in your life and commit yourself to embodying that love and making it a guiding presence in your life now.
In time you will find your way again and you will again have the energy and will to make your life a powerful example of the love you share with your mother.


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  • Is difficult to understand this situation when semeone who we loos a close loved one, thru the time we undestand that a loved person physically is not here on the earth, but is there with us, because always will exist.

    Ana de De Graaff // 2012-06-16 15:54:53 // //
  • You have no energy because you continue to give her your energy. If she was too close with you during her last months and disease period you worried about her giving her your energy. All sick people need energy of health people to compensate their losing energy. Now pain won over the you. You lost the faith ! You are blank. But you will revive by the time. I went through the same. You must open your soul: cry when you have need to cry, think about her, and pray for her. My religion, the Orthodox Christianity, has a rite for dead people. So healing. I sent her name to monks in monastery and they prayed for her soul.I respected all religious sacral rites also so, as a religiou man I found a peace in it. I got a signs that she found peace after one year. PRAYER - in the place of N.N is name of dead parent Prayer for the dead Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend the souls of thy servants NN., and beseech thee to grant them rest in the place of thy rest, where all thy blessed Saints repose, and where the light of thy countenance shineth forever. And I beseech thee also to grant that our present lives may be godly, sober, and blame-less, that, we too may be made worthy to enter into thy heavenly Kingdom with those we love but see no Ion~r: for thou art the Resurrection, and the Life, and the Repose of thy departed servants, 0 Christ our God, and unto thee we ascribe glory: to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit; now and ever, and unto ages of ages. Amen.

    Sasa Milosevic // 2012-06-16 15:58:00 // //



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  • Even though this question was in 2012, I`m still going to post a comment. Hopefully, we all have a special relationship with our mothers. I did with my Mum. I grieved so badly for her, that I got a bad back two weeks after she died. It was the worst back pain I`ve ever had and lasted for a whole month. Grief is different for everyone and can be expressed physically as well as emotionally. Fourteen yoars have passed and I still miss her. Parents are special, and when they pass, we understand the finality of death.

    Debs // 2014-03-15 13:51:50 // //
  • I lost my mum 17 days ago and I feel like she is just away on one of her trips my dad and her took over the years. It all happened so fast and i felt like we still had plenty of time together and that she was going to get better from the lymphoma but infections got in the way. I am one of four children, my mum and dad were married for 45 years and they have 9 grandchildren. This has left a big hole in our family as we all turned to mum who was always there unconditionally. Every where i go reminds me of my mum, the shops, a restaurant, a song on the radio. The hardest part is watching my dad loose the love of his life. My sister and i have to go through my mums clothes as my dad has left it up to us to do that when he is ready. I just miss her so much and my three children miss their beautiful nana.

    michelle // 2014-02-17 05:27:31 // //
  • I am a Christian and did not believe this 40 days visitation until my mum passed away last month. The first week or during the 9 days after her passing, there were signs that she came to visit me by unmistakable smells and fragrance. The first one was the unmistakable smell of my mother with her skin moisturizer; the second one was the same smell plus fragrance of a flower which I did not really know what kind of flower it was. The third time which lasted the longest, about 6 to 8 seconds was totally the fragrance of the flower which was a strong fragrance. The next day I went to my friend`s house and his friend who was staying with him got to know about this and went to my friend`s garden and brought back some flowers which is JASMINE and it was exactly 100% the fragrance I experienced the night before. After that, I am a total believer in this 40 day-visitation. My church actually forbids us to believe in all this and told us that the soul sleeps after death until resurrection day but now I Know this is not true - the soul does visit their loved-ones and give signs to try to comfort them. And last Friday,24 Jan, at about 2 am, I was startled by two extremely loud claps while I was lying on my mother`s bed. I thought my laptop had fallen on to the floor but when I got up to check, there was nothing that had fallen. Strangely, eventhough the very loud sound of the claps had startled me but I wasn`t frightened and in fact, I was feeling quite at peace. I am comforted by the signs but I am still in great agony because the loss is real in a physical sense where I could not see her physically anymore and I do not have the chance anymore to care for her, cook for her, wash her laundry, buy her favourite foods, etc.. And now that she is gone, I only realized that it was a privilege and enjoyment to serve her while she was alive because we enjoyed talking to each other very much and she was always there for me no matter what! And I will always remember that My Mother is the only person in the world that truly loves me unconditionally.

    Check Shyong Quek // 2014-01-27 04:04:04 // //
  • Hello, death dying take a toll on us every loss is different but they all hurt my mom past one year ago i still have a hard time it shows up in my my memory they think i am losing my mind but it really is a grief process i have much experience & a ba degree in death & dying, my dad died when i was 11..i was in a daze for quite awhile went to school & laied out in the field at resess...husband died went out got crazy drinking & parting to much pain, son committed suicide very hard now my mom & my brain hurts & haveing trouble with memory people are afraid i am alzimer grief is like that it will get better everyone hold on i will be is hard life is fradgel

    patricia // 2014-01-24 12:59:39 // //
  • when someone dies, know that nothing leaves this planet. that person is all around you, her spirit joins you and will continue to be with you.she will guide you. never give up on your dad, forgive him he is doing what he can, what he thinks is right even if we do not. its hard to see sometimes, but what his life has taught him has lead him to be the way he is, know that deep down his love is there its just trapped. with love daniel

    dan // 2014-01-18 03:35:34 // //
  • when someone dies, know that nothing leaves this planet. that person is all around you, her spirit joins you and will continue to be with you.she will guide you. never give up on your dad, forgive him he is doing what he can, what he thinks is right even if we do not. its hard to see sometimes, but what his life has taught him has lead him to be the way he is, know that deep down his love is there its just trapped. with love daniel

    dan // 2014-01-18 03:35:04 // //
  • I lost my mother recently, Dec.31, 2013. Her eyes were full of light, mostly loving and loving life. Now she is gone from this plane and I am left here with my father who doesn`t like me much. He wouldn`t let me be with her at the end. I started smoking again during the wake and can`t stop. I have asthma and got a cold, also and so smoking makes it hard for me to breath, but I can`t stop. I can`t do much of anything, it seems right now. I am usually pretty health conscious.

    lwamp5230 // 2014-01-13 00:22:25 // //
  • Follow an exploration into the Truth, where all your questions no matter how thought provoking or challenging can, and will be answered. Join me in my endeavor:

    God`s Metaphor // 2013-12-29 20:27:59 // //
  • Thanks Deepak ! your coaching above was beautiful. That complete my thought of my dad who passed away many, many year ago. Now, I can embrace the good memories of him. Kim

    kim // 2013-12-23 07:36:40 // //
  • My name is Barry. Its been 46 days since losing my mum.she was my world and I worshipped her. We were extremely close and now I`m so alone cos I miss my mother, my friend, my heart`s beat. I want to kill myself cos I`ve always told her that I won`t live without her.when she passed away I liteterally felt a detachment from my navel and I can feel this huge emptiness in me. I try to be happy bt I cnt. Its like my brain just shut down cos I get flashes of her but cnt remember much of her. Everything is blank. People say that its shock bt what scares me is when that wears off then what happens to me.

    barry // 2013-12-06 13:55:42 // //
  • Dear Deepak, I have lost my 18yr old son, 15mths ago in a tragic car accident. I was refused to see my son by the funeral director he did allow me to hold his hand as they covered the rest of him. I just wanted to kiss him one more time he was my heart and soul. I have other children but to lose your child its heart breaking for me. I`m trying very hard to stay positive. I meditate, I stay busy and I try to take it easy on myself. I have transformed his bedroom into a place of tranquility with books, music, healing photos and plants. I began making jewelery and goatsmilk soap in there as well. But, I find myself feeling stuck a lot with this huge struggle to carry on. Its very hard for me to follow through with goals or stay interested. I have never missed anyone as much I know he`s with god at peace but all my hopes for my son are gone now.

    brokenheart1218 // 2013-08-09 20:07:57 // //
  • I just lost my mother on 7/18/2013. She was 81 years old. She had been diagnosed and took medication for Parkinson`s disease 21 years earlier. I feel guilty like I didn`t do enough for her and right now it is the day after she died and I am physically ill from it. I am blaming myself like if I had made different choices and thought more about her somehow it would have been better. She suffered with great physical discomfort, especially the last few years. I am a wreck. I don`t know what to do. I feel very bad. We did get along okay and had some good times together and some common views and interests, but I was often impatient with her. My brother and I tried to get her to correct her diet as she did not eat very healthy, but she refused. I gave her a hard time about that and we tried repeatedly to get her to take more responsibility for her own health but we would help her. She did not believe in healthy eating. I just wished i had been nicer and done more and not tried to get her to change. Sometimes I feel like everything is my fault. It`s hard right now and I feel like I don`t want to live and am completely lost and confused now.

    parkker // 2013-07-19 22:52:15 // //
  • I am reaching out to this post because I "happened" to read it and then noticed the date it was written, June 16th, my Mother`s birthday. I feel it was a sign to share information with you about the book series "The Team: A Mother`s Wisdom from the Other Side" Books 1, 2, and 3. My precious mother and best friend passed in October of 2010 and 19 days later i had a most profound experience with her which resulted in these books. I can`t tell you how many letters I receive describing the comfort and strength people and received after reading the insights my mother shared from her perspective on the Other Side. I hope they can do the same for you, Peace, Frances Key

    TheTeam: A Mother`s Wisdom from the Other Side // 2013-02-25 20:16:06 // //
  • I lost my sister to cancer, my better half, my best friend, my everything last year. I loved (still do) her so much. At a sudden she`s gone and I`m alone. We did so much together that everything reminded me of her. I was devastated. My life changed. All my happiness and joy was gone and I had lost interest in everything. Thanks of a professional online coach (recommend you Your24hcoach) I called anytime I needed to talk me every thought off my chest I recognized that you have to look forward. Sad to say, but you can`t change what happened. Life, despite it`s certain cruelties, goes on. You can`t stop living because of a loss of a beloved one. I thought of my sister. What would she want me to do? She loved me so much she wouldn`t want me to stop enjoying my life. You have to appreciate to have the chance to have the possibility to enjoy your life furthermore. It`s a horrible period a loving person has to experience. Nevertheless, we have to accept it as part of our life. I can only recommend you to seek professional help if you can`t see any betterment. They can help you process your thoughts and feelings. You can talk anything off your chest. I mean if you really loved what you lost, it won`t stop hurting. Nevertheless, you have to try to transform all the wonderful memories in positive power. Don`t stop enjoying your life! Your beloved one would ask you to do so!

    Almu // 2013-01-28 11:42:59 // //
  • I lost my precious mother two years ago in spring 2011. She was the most wonderful person--she brought sunshine and wisdom and beauty to my life and to this world. I still can`t face or accept that she`s gone. The pain is unbearable at times--though when I am busy I find I am able to cope. I can talk about her but thinking about her is too sad and painful. She lived a long, full life and was smart till the end but the last 5 months were physical torture thanks to the horrific care she received in the hospital, beginning with the ER doctor who refused to begin treatment for the bowel obstruction and let her suffer, first for hours in the ER with no pain meds, and by not treating the obstruction right there as an emergency it got much worse and she deteriorated with much suffering over the next months. I would have sued but was told because she was 90 I wouldn`t win. I plan to file a complaint against 2 of the doctors in the hospital, not that it will help or erase the pain she suffered or bring her back. Talking with others who`ve lost their parent helps, though at times the sadness and pain is so deep it`s physically painful.

    pain of losing mom // 2013-01-26 11:56:41 // //
  • I lost my mother 7 years ago and am still lost in some way without her. No religion or book can erase this reality or your feelngs, i dont believe that personaly. It is life and it includes pain as well as joy. Loss comes to all and we must bear it. Time helps, but not absolutly. Dont blame yourself or anything for what you feel. It makes you who you are. Love to all, Miles

    Miles Zuri // 2012-12-25 16:49:48 // //
  • Hello Deepak,

    Lovelovelove // 2012-11-25 07:33:54 // //
  • My mother just passed away last 15th August 2012. Her passing was unexpected. She had a massive stroke. My mother is 78 years old. She was my anchor and always have supported me all my life`s journey in the Philippines and here in Australia for 22 years. The pain was immeasurable. I know time will heal but will never forget the pain. I pray I will get through this and move on with my life. I also hope my family in the Philippines most especially my brother who have not seen my mother will get through their loss and grief. I brought my mother`s ashes back in my homeland. 2012 has been a terrble "mongrel" year for my family. I am so sorry to say this. I pray 2013 will give much hope..

    L.Espiritu-Pendleton // 2012-11-18 01:47:51 // //
  • I lost my mother aug. 19 2011.. It was not only physically but emotionally draining and challenging! I was always close with my mother as she raised me alone without my father. She was my absolute best friend in the whole world and we had NO secrets at all. When she got sick with breast cancer it was a very big deal for me cause i knew she was suffering! In the past year and two months i have experienced many emotions that i have never felt before in my life. Just the other day i felt a new emotion i did not even kno was coming. Your mother`s job was to always protect her child and make them feel safe, and when i lost her i was so scared i thought my world was caving in and still do sometimes to this day. You just have to remember that even though she is gone her job is not done she is always watching over you and sending you messages in some way or form! She is still protecting you even though you can`t see or hear her!

    BB011164 // 2012-11-07 16:17:07 // //
  • My mother died almost four years ago. Reflecting on her passing while reading the testimonials below, it dawned on me that the process of dying can bring people closer together or distant them further from each other, like all aspects of life itself can do. Every end is also a beginning. So starting with the end … The "death-process" took only half a day and she was not physically approachable during this. My siblings and father had a very hard time coping with it. I felt sad about her “leaving”, but was also joyfully surprised about how completely calm and okay I was about it. So my whole focus was on my mother´s comfort, having as "painfree" a passing as possible, since nothing could be done to avoid/ prevent it. The tough part, which completely took me by surprice, was "managing or coping with" all the involved "personal interests, issues or ego´s if you like"…I felt completely overwhelmed and alone in the midst of all people and “attitudes”. The two weeks that followed culminating at her funeral, was just a prolongation of this. During the first 1-1 ½ years that followed I grew more and more distant from the physical family - not that we had ben close before. It seemed, that with my mothers death, I lost the “obligation” to “play the family game”, because that part of me “died” too. I had to start over (begin or reincarnate) - but how, to where and with whom?. When I realised that every soul that leaves the physical world, eventhough eternal in existence, actually leaves a physical space to fill, in the play of life, I came to the conclusion, that “death” (the ultimate letting go) is the true starting point of all lifes possibilities - but maby I´m wrong here?. The following question, has puzzled my soul since my mothers passing. When you forgive and let go, does it then also mean that you forget the “reason(s)” why you forgave in the first place?… All best wishes

    Erika // 2012-10-23 10:44:01 // //
  • I am a 56 year old male who had the honor of a great relationship with my mother who passed away exactly 4 years ago. I am still in mourning as if if just happened yesterday and so wish to heal, without feeling so much guilt. My house seems to be surrounded by so many pictures and memorabelia that it almost appears to be a shrine for her rememberance. Wherever I turn, I see her picture and cannot stop staring at them. I am trying to decide, that if I remove so much of her pictures, would it help me to move on and heal without feeling guilty? I have been crying for 4 years and I want to move on until we "meet again." Would this removal of her memorabelia be a healthy move for me? Thank you for listening. Don.

    Don // 2012-10-21 18:18:41 // //
  • hola tengo un negocio y desde hace un tiempo las cosa no me estan yendo bien trato de ser positiva pero a veces,siento que no tengo fuerzas y me levanto y sigo como se hace para tener confianza en uno mismo y ponerle toda la energia sin penasar en todas las deudas q tengo y no volver a de caer.a veces me sieno acorralada y no se como segir siempre le pido a dios q me guie. ayudame creeer en mi gracias

    veronica // 2012-07-15 10:26:05 // //
  • I feel you! When I lost my dad for two years I cried every morning while I cleaned my house, I also always felt like I was gonna have a heart attach or something. I see it as this. Our parents are our pillars. When one of them pass away we turn into their child and think "how can we do this without them". I agree with Deepak, ride the storm out, morn, cry, love, let it all out, and then you will realize they are still there for you and always will be.

    jlarena // 2012-06-20 14:33:29 // //
  • Hi Shelly, My name is sunny. I am so sorry to hear about your situation. I myself have been through similar situations. I would like to help you with building your confidence i have had many personal spiritual experiences that can help you to build confidence in very effortless ways. If you would like some advice, please contact me via email at

    sunny // 2012-06-20 13:39:19 // //
  • yes meditate and reconnect.My moms body moved on last week as well. We are their heaven.

    Duane See // 2012-06-20 00:38:21 // //
  • I lost my mother eight years ago and I know how big a hole it can put in your soul. All I can say is that it takes time to grieve but eventually you will feel her presence with you wherever you go.

    Barbara Hooge // 2012-06-19 16:30:12 // //
  • I lost both my dad & mom last year within 11 weeks of each other! To top it off, my sisters, basically...took everything and ran, leaving me alone! I had papers to take them to court, and after 5 mos. decided, answering to me and a judge does the end they`ll answer and until then, they have to look at themselves every day in the mirror!! Karma!!

    Sheryl Ellsworth // 2012-06-19 09:47:22 // //
  • I to lost my mother recently round Easter very suddenly and unexpected and dont know that 2 do, `cos I was allready feeling that Way you describe you are feeling before she dies so dont know in &out ip &down. I know this dont help you a lot, just had 2 say hope you`ll be fine. Thoughts Rikki

    RikkeRikki // 2012-06-19 06:40:57 // //
  • I am 41 female and i have been out of work for a few years now and i have no confidence. I left my work (quit) and i feel like i still cant find a job. I have beeen looking and aso i am attending school. I feel i have no confidence and this affects my decision making and the outcome of my choices. I really really need help. Ifeel so afraid.

    shelly // 2012-06-19 01:52:53 // //
  • Deepak Chopra un GRANDE !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Maria Isabel Ibaañez // 2012-06-18 19:36:23 // //
  • Lost my Mum 2yrs ago. I still feel my purpose in life has gone. God will not help. Time helps a little but good and bad days come and go. Nobody can put a time on grief. It is a private individual thing we need to and have to go through alone.

    Cheryl Bianchi // 2012-06-18 18:16:31 // //
  • va iubim

    Maria Parvu // 2012-06-18 14:21:46 // //
  • Sending Love, Light and Strength..

    The Conscious Revolution // 2012-06-18 12:44:40 // //
  • Your lost without the risen savior JESUS CHRIST!! No nature or any trees will give you comfort!! Only Christ who is risen

    Kel-e Shaba // 2012-06-18 11:30:36 // //
  • Fell sadness is a normal occurrence toward this situation.

    Eleni Solange Lima // 2012-06-18 11:29:37 // //
  • Sorry for your loss. You will feel her spirit if you look to nature that will help. I lost my mom 10.5 years ago it takes time to heal. Peace be with you.

    Nicole Walters // 2012-06-18 10:45:52 // //
  • we are all with you

    The Wealthy Yogini // 2012-06-18 09:17:51 // //
  • I lost my mom 6 years ago and am still grieving for her. It was an awful death, with terrible sub standard care in the hospital, very uncaring people and doctors. I am still suffering. On top of it all I am caring for my 94 year old dad who is now slowly approaching death. I have been to therapists and now am seeking help from a psychiatrist. I practice TM and also do yoga. Was on meds but did not work. No support, no friends, long story. The best help I see is having a large family around oneself. The pain is endless. Love your parents.

    Panamachris68 // 2012-06-18 08:34:04 // //
  • Dr Deepak, you are "A gift of God"! you are a wonderful and glorious creation of God for us. Thanks for all your informations, books, musics, videoes etc... I love you

    Hussein Fardinfard // 2012-06-18 05:22:19 // //
  • Dead is just an illusion. Everyone has to face the dead. Its a part of this universe. Everyone who has take birth, will also die. Nothing is forever, not even our houses, phones, cars, familiemembers.

    Radhika Makhan-Marapin // 2012-06-18 04:25:18 // //
  • Sending you a hug. I recall the pain of loosing my dad. I found it an amazing journey eventually but at this point only kindness matters and i pray you will be surrounded by love. Good luck dear heart.

    Kaye Burro // 2012-06-18 04:19:09 // //
  • I lost my mom 10 yrs ago and it still feels as if it was yesterday, but i believe her energy has lifted me and helped me to carry on, after all we are mirrors of our moms, may ur absolute strength keep you strong and your tears feed the garden of your soul, love L

    Lynda Richardson // 2012-06-18 04:10:59 // //
  • i would not dream to be wise enough to advise on such a matter, but send you my best wishes, condolences, and love. Recover your heart, dear man.

    Eli Hernandez // 2012-06-18 03:32:42 // //
  • Go see a grievance counsellor

    Mike Vernon // 2012-06-18 02:40:06 // //
  • be close to family,friends,faith....let them grieve with u....

    Amber Steljes // 2012-06-18 01:24:45 // //
  • Deepest sympathy for your GREAT loss. A mother`s unconditional love can never be replaced. May the void left by her absence be filled by the beautiful memories you two shared. You know she is still here for you even if you can`t see her. Love and more love to you dear friend!

    Nayla Asly // 2012-06-18 01:15:24 // //
  • Yes love this one.

    Bill Clark // 2012-06-18 01:01:35 // //
  • I am very sorry for your crucial lost.May God bring you deep peace and love .A big hug and blessings to You dear Deepak. I will be praying for You❤.

    Clementina Di Ruggiero // 2012-06-18 00:58:06 // //
  • U have not lost ur mother but have gained an angel. Her energy is still here with us. She is part of us. I too lost my mother and when i began feeling her presence i could not deny that she was still here, all around me, protecting me and comforting me.

    Mike Shiminsky // 2012-06-18 00:44:33 // //
  • Recreate your favorite time with her from pictures and memorabilia that connect to that particular occasion. For example ask one of your siblings or your daughter to act her role and dress like her and try to speak like her for that occasion, it will be like role playing her part in the scene. For example, what will Mum/Grandma say in this scenario? You will laugh and make fun in memory her. You will see it will lighten the hurt and the emptiness. Especially for 2nd generation. Hope that helps.

    Meads // 2012-06-18 00:44:28 // //
  • Pub pour inciter à se laver les mains c`est ça?

    Francis Zérah // 2012-06-18 00:43:26 // //
  • Gracias a Dios, que tuviste a tu madre junto a ti por muchos años. Cuando perdí ami padre, le pedí a Dios que lo guardara en su memoria y bendijera su vida y su recuerdo por la inmensidad del tiempo, porque había sido un hombre ejemplar y siempre había llenado mi vida de amor; pensé que nunca iba a dejar de extrañarlo y estaba en lo cierto, nunca he dejado de extrañarlo, pero al cabo de un año, me di cuenta, que ya no lloraba al recordarlo y ese vacío que sentía al principio, se había convertido en una linda sensación al recordarlo. Convertí su partida, en "mi graduación de vida", ya no estaba mi "maestro", para alentarme y aconsejarme, ahora me tocaba a mí aplicar "sola", lo que había aprendido a su lado. Se que " la energía no se crea ni se transforma" y que "lo igual, atrae a lo igual", por eso se que estaremos jutos por siempre, a través de la inmensidad de los tiempos y del universo; lo sé, cada vez que siento que me rodea la calidez de su amor y el aroma de su recuerdo.

    Briel Sosa // 2012-06-18 00:42:05 // //
  • all those dead hands reaching out to one beautiful alive hand

    Ronnie Cota // 2012-06-18 00:33:45 // //
  • You need to repent of your false religion and turn to Christ for the forgiveness of your sins! That would be step 1, when that happens let me know, we can move on to step 2

    Edmond Samuel // 2012-06-18 00:33:36 // //
  • May you get all the strength required that is point of time, gond bless her soul.

    Padmavathy Yateesh // 2012-06-18 00:19:32 // //
  • Finding ourselves through grief is one of the hardest and yet truest ways to find Self. We lose someone we love and it feels as if we`ve lost ourselves. But actually they, when they transcend, are giving us the gift of ourselves back. Blessings.

    The Soul`s Answer to Why the Law of Attraction Isn`t Working // 2012-06-18 00:15:07 // //
  • please, visit you need a beautiful experience you need peace and terapy

    Lucy Cortes Terapeuta // 2012-06-18 00:06:25 // //
  • Give yourself time to heal. You`ll recover

    John Brooks // 2012-06-18 00:03:11 // //
  • Meh. I think Chopra is a douchebag.

    Richard Feldmann // 2012-06-17 23:52:01 // //
  • But, dont loose your path.Keep on going, with strenght, and courage...because U will always have your mother´s love and care for U. Just make her proud, to have a son like you. Go on with your life, time will help you with the pain. Continue living has she wanted you to live, remember her always with a smile, be happy, and you wiil make her happy...

    Rui Pedro Nolasco // 2012-06-17 23:50:54 // //
  • If you are tired. Sleep. If you are sad. Cry. and when you feel the wind blow know that her energy is swirling all around you.

    LeLa Becker // 2012-06-17 23:48:46 // //
  • You feel lost because a part of you left. Soon, you will find out that the best of her stayed in you so you would not feel alone or lost. It takes time to digest or accept the loss of a love one. Although, you think that you do not know where you are going, it is your sadness which does not let you to see things clearly. You will be okay soon. Regards.

    Elizabeth Mantilla Garrido // 2012-06-17 23:41:46 // //
  • Sorry for your lost. I cannot imagine what you feel right now.

    Rui Pedro Nolasco // 2012-06-17 23:39:23 // //
  • The picture with the hands still freaks me out.

    Nicholas Molodyko // 2012-06-17 23:38:01 // //
  • Check out my humble video I shared with the world while grieving the loss of my beloved son. A Day in the Snow by dragonflyslight on youtube. Hope this helps :-) much love <3

    Elizabeth Moore // 2012-06-17 23:34:41 // //
  • Just remember she is with you still. I know it`s hard but just know her spirit is with you always

    Susan Vaughan // 2012-06-17 23:30:55 // //
  • I understand

    Valerie Gayle // 2012-06-17 23:30:53 // //

    Ilene Blackman // 2012-06-17 23:30:27 // //
  • Eat, sleep and pray. A loss is like a hit from a huge truck, it is normal to feel lost and living in two worlds. At the moment the brain is trying to make sense of loss, and we don`t "accept well the loss of a loved one", we don`t even accept well the loss of a "favorite glass" when it breaks. The Chinese have a saying, "See the Glass as already broken"..surely this just means all good things come to an end, acceptance is what is so difficult. My son committed suicide December 24, 1988, it was my first semester in Dental school, I did ;live in two worlds, I still have a hard time accepting it. Acceptance is where Peace resides.

    Deborah Boudreaux // 2012-06-17 23:29:44 // //
  • hi hun

    Maryann Mcgahan- Flint // 2012-06-17 23:29:25 // //
  • I agree with my brother Joe Cirino! Go to the Lord Jesus! Ask and it will be given to and you will find.knock and it will be open to you.for everyone who asks receives and the one who seeks,finds,and the one knocks it will be open...Matthew 7-7...& Matthew 11:29 says take my yoke upon you,and learn from me,for I am gentle and lowly in heart,and you will find rest for your souls.For my yoke is easy,and my burden is light!:) I pray in the name of Jesus Christ that he heals your heart and give you peace!!:) I pray that my living God Jesus will wake you up from your sleep and direct you to read this!:) It`s only God who can satisfy all of our needs and desires.everything else is temporary!! Get on your knees and ask Jesus to come in to your life and to be your lord and savior! Ask him to reveal him self to you!:).....must be a reason why I happen to be a Christian sister from your country to be reading this and speaking the Living God Jesus in to your life!!!:-) May God bring you peace and restore you my brother! Frm another but same country:-) God Bless you!! I`ll be praying for you!!:)

    Suki Kaur // 2012-06-17 23:25:38 // //
  • I can relate

    Yvette Cruz-Williams // 2012-06-17 23:19:54 // //
  • Thank you for posting. I needed this today.

    Kathleen Westover // 2012-06-17 23:18:47 // //
  • remember the good times: go thru your photos, treasures and memorabilia and make a memory book that you can enjoy, but also for posterity. It`s hard to lose a parent, while your parents are still alive, you have a completeness. But when they are gone, all of a sudden you have to be an adult and make all the decisions on your own. Sure hope you have a special someone in your life that will help you continue to feel complete, worthy and useful. Oh yes, and most of all, we have the blessed promise of eternal families. You will see her again! ;-)

    Loni McLeod Stiles // 2012-06-17 23:10:04 // //
  • Deepak is bringing his facebook followers together to be of support to each other.

    Kevin Velez // 2012-06-17 23:08:23 // //
  • I lose my mother recently. What added to the pain was not being with her as she pass away. I live in the Philippines and my mom lived with my sister in New York. I am console by the fact that she pass away peacefully after living a full life of 90. Advice about grieving have greater meaning and appreciation when we are the one in need. I am at that stage where grief and pain still dwell. Writing a comment here is one way of channeling it into more constructive energy. My two year old grandson is tugging on my leg... I stop momentarily and give him a hug. Last night we watch with our relatives a DVD we compiled of old photos of my mom during her younger days and happier times.I am sharing my experience in hope that it helps others who are in my present situation.

    kendrick // 2012-06-17 23:08:06 // //
  • You have not lost your mom, she is in you as you are in her. When you discover that she is in your being, you will experience her presence and you will not feel alone or lost. Sometimes, I can feel my dad on me and I know he is with me. I can feel his presence and his love without seeing him physically, but I see him in spirit. Then, I experience the feeling of joy. Love between parents and chldren is uncondicional and goes beyond our bodies and minds. Feeling lost helps you to find a path by which you will discover in essence who you are and who you want to be. Remember God`s times are perfect! My sincere condolences. She rest in peace and she is with that Superior being/God.

    Elizabeth Mantilla Garrido // 2012-06-17 23:06:32 // //
  • I am sure your mom wants you to be happy. She is with you now and always and is watching over you. Make her proud :)

    Kim S // 2012-06-17 23:06:01 // //
  • simply relax ..........n acceptance wll work wonders

    Mak Shk // 2012-06-17 23:04:31 // //
  • Ms nazario that`s just scary! I`m already scared of poltergeists!

    Alexis Smith // 2012-06-17 23:02:45 // //
  • JUST BREATHE!!! We cannot control what happens in our life but what we have some control of is our internal physiology. Breathing can relax the mind and body and change the chemicals being released by the brain, then, MEDITATE!!! Do your very best to connect yourself with the unchanging, eternal part of yourself that is forever connected to the unchanging and eternal. Life is going to happen... and unfortunately, death and loss are part of that, and just as the breath comes in and out, things and people will come and go. ATTACHMENT is rough, it is in our very nature as humans to get attached, but learning to let go is the key to having freedom from pain of the loss. This however, is not an easy task, but it can be done!!! Practice, Practice, Practice!!! So in this rough time, JUST BREATHE!!! take yourself back to the beginning. The first thing you ever did, was BREATHE, and the last thing you will ever do is BREATHE. The BREATH is what connects us to the ETERNAL, and connects all of us through the ETERNAL. You may have had a loss in this bodily realm, but through the BREATH you can stay connected to what is everlasting within the spirit of what you lost and that is ETERNAL!!! So in this time of despair, DO NOT let your grief paralyze you, JUST BREATHE and take comfort in the fact that others have made it through this and YOU WILL TOO!!! And know that I love you and so do many others!!! You have a world of people who will be here for you!!! OM SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI, OM PEACE PEACE PEACE!!! I am here if you need ANYTHING... just ask!!!~~~NAMASTE~~~~

    Jacqueline Carini // 2012-06-17 23:01:49 // //
  • it`s called grief... it`s perfectly normal... take 4 vitamin b6 per day (not after 3pm cause they keep you awake) till acceptance sets in...

    Carol Hunsberger Brumbaugh // 2012-06-17 23:01:30 // //
  • After Finding my Higher Power, the God of my understanding, it gave me a heaven of my understanding. I lost a little girl and was able to know she was in a better place, healthy, strong, and taken care of. i even was able to see a heaven that for ever gives those who live this life that have not lived a life of, let`s just say a loving life a chance to change. i had a very violent Grandmother who when she died i was able to see a God that at the end of every day, what ever that is, was gave her a choice to believe. This has made knowing life is finite more than just acceptable. And what it sounds like is your depressed and thats ok and normal, just find positive kind people to talk about.

    Gina Opacki // 2012-06-17 22:58:17 // //
  • Do not become immobilized from this life change.This was the time, not years back, and not in the future. Your body speaks to you, it knows what it is doing; love it more, love YOU more than you ever have. Give yourself permission to live, accept your feelings....good, bad, indifferent. Grieve in the way that only you would know, you know how to heal, you`ve been doing it all your life, embrace it and know that you are not alone. The universe knows what it`s doing, let it, let go......

    DeeDee // 2012-06-17 22:57:47 // //
  • Your right Eric! Thought I was the crazy one!

    Maria D`Ambrosio LaPorta // 2012-06-17 22:56:03 // //
  • Feel the pain and loss, mourn your Mother`s passing, then remember all the wonderful memories.....time heals

    Marilyn Mallary // 2012-06-17 22:51:11 // //
  • as God`s time no matter how we die andaccept His will...your mom is in a better place than we are but she will visit you through electronic means--trust me--my mom turned the tv`s on in the middle of the night for at least 4 months

    Denise Nazario // 2012-06-17 22:46:32 // //
  • I think these ppl r smoking drugs!! This is not deepak asking the questions its ppl who need guidance and have questions and deepak is posting them. LOSERS!

    Eric MIlner // 2012-06-17 22:46:23 // //
  • I am sincerely sorry for your loss - I humbly suggest maybe not to think of it as lost; but just in a new place - a sad place; a place that could be described a many other unhappy words I`m sure, but a place. I am almost sorry to say that it takes time and to allow yourself to be where you are but, keep your feet and heart facing forward knowing she is always with you - you carry her legacy on - you are the connection :) Namaste. Prayers for peace and serenity.

    Sarah Robertson // 2012-06-17 22:45:31 // //
  • My mom had Alzheimer`s disease and was supposed to have a caregiver walk with her...she ended up walking onthe freeway and getting killed...I handled it as God

    Denise Nazario // 2012-06-17 22:45:05 // //
  • no dice gracias por avisar ,dice: por favor consejo .pide un consejo .cuidado con estas traducciones .

    Selva Sañudo // 2012-06-17 22:42:07 // //
  • Deepak come to Hawaii I will give you the tour and we can resolve your problems as well , really the invite is open and you are welcome!

    Ron Alvarez // 2012-06-17 22:40:59 // //
  • Im sorry for your lost.

    Helena Moreira de Souza // 2012-06-17 22:40:48 // //
  • Listen to this :

    Winson Ng // 2012-06-17 22:40:40 // //
  • sorry.the are with tou.your mother looking at you.and love you.

    Dalia Danoch Krinsky // 2012-06-17 22:40:06 // //
  • I love deepack. Words of wisdom and adding action to those words is what makes it work.

    Tina Garcia // 2012-06-17 22:39:53 // //
  • This isn`t Deepak asking the questions. The questions are from people who follow his page and have life questions and need some guidance.

    Gianna Mancini // 2012-06-17 22:37:53 // //

    Maria Isabel Lopez Delgado // 2012-06-17 22:37:21 // //
  • Give it all to Jesus!

    Linda MeMaw Risch Richardson // 2012-06-17 22:36:07 // //
  • I wish I had some words of wisdom but I am in the same boat. I lost my son, my brother, my mother and my uncle within 4 months of each other. Will take any advice on how to go on.

    Exie Mae // 2012-06-17 22:35:57 // //
  • read your own book. It must have the answers you are seeking.

    Jane Seiver // 2012-06-17 22:34:53 // //
  • Remember your Mother will never leave you, she`s on the other side of the fence and someday you`ll be reunited.

    Cecilia Rojas-Adnachiel // 2012-06-17 22:34:37 // //
  • maybe you should read your own book. It must have the answers you are seeking

    Jane Seiver // 2012-06-17 22:33:27 // //
  • First of all, my deepest sorrows for you and your family. You are now expericing the loss, but if in five to six months you still feel the same way then I would suggest that you seek medical advise. Depression is real and sometimes hard to diagnose that why I seek medical advice. Plaease take care of yourself. God loes you.

    Sandra Pitts // 2012-06-17 22:30:59 // //
  • Check your mental chatter, tell yoursel you CAN get through this. Find examplees of time and again where you DID get through. The loss of a loved one isnt aomething we get over, we jus get through it. Your spirituallity to be your strenghth, to KNOW she isnt non existtant. Change your thoughts to positive affirmations, where you affirm the truth, do it in the mirror!!! Dont speak sadly to her or yourself, speak as if you would if she was there and you where feeling great and she too, CHANGE WHAT YOU PERCEVE!!!!!

    Anuk El Em Bay // 2012-06-17 22:27:47 // //
  • I lost my dada little over a year ago. The grief can be consuming. I just had to ride the wave of feelings. Embrace the grief and allow youself time. It took an entire year before I could think about him without bursting into uncontrollabe tears. Don`t let anyone tell you how you should be feeling. I`m a recovering drug addict with over 7 yrs clean. My sponsor made me stop saying "I should be better by now". Just feel the feelings and don`t use anything outside of yourself and God to postpone the grieving process.

    Remane Warner-Armentrout // 2012-06-17 22:27:18 // //
  • I lost my parents 20 hours apart 4 years ago. It`s a shock and very traumatic to your whole system. While I will never have dinner with them again, I do talk to them often and feel their presence. I feel gratitude now for having such wonderful parents for as long as I did. I`m 45 now. The grief gets better and gratitude does come more and more easily. Wishing you the best, Deepak. With love, Anne

    Anne McFarland // 2012-06-17 22:26:01 // //
  • Grieve first. May she rest in peace!

    Ray Soleimani // 2012-06-17 22:25:50 // //
  • I lost my dad on friday, my feet only hover the ground. He tried to prepare me for this day, he wanted me to find comfort in the mundane yet important rituals of life . I must now look to my brothers whom are my anchor.

    Elle Podgorski Courtney // 2012-06-17 22:25:47 // //
  • Think about what she would say to you if she could. Picture her giving you advice and remember 3 happy events in your life that made you realize how special your mum was to you. She would probably tell you to cheer up, life and death is part of what makes life so special and to remember the good times!!! :)

    Ebony Barber // 2012-06-17 22:25:13 // //
  • It is a normal emotion to feel depressed when you lose some one you love. Give yourself permission to feel grief, soon you will take on the normal world again and other things will slip in... you will miss her, but there will be a remembrance of the love and life she gave you. With that remembrance you will know that your Mother still lives in your heart. The best way to honor her memory is to life a happy and content life..that is the gift she gave you.

    keir gazelle // 2012-06-17 22:25:12 // //
  • Deepak death is a subject I know well, first of all I am sorry to hear of your mothers passing, no matter how strong you are it takes time to heal we all love our mothers. Death is a positive thing, it`s a graduation to our next destination, we spent many decades going through life experiencing life`s lessons and at the end of our lives we should be ready to graduate to the next journey destined for us. I know in my experience when dealing with loss of a loved one it`s important to remember that the most difficult barrier to overcome is not being selfish and not wanting that person to leave you, instead be positive towards there leaving this earth they have served there time on this earth and she is going to a location of indescribable love and awe. So keep your beautiful memories of your mother close and know she`s watching over you. I am a NDE participant and know much of that realm. God bless deepak

    Ron Alvarez // 2012-06-17 22:23:49 // //
  • I am sorry to hear about your mother. Nostalgia is common at a time like this. Take it easy on yourself. It will get better with time.

    Angelia Schwarz-Coleman // 2012-06-17 22:23:20 // //
  • Feel it, don´t try to stop the sadness but feel it with all your love...I´m very sorry for your lost

    BE MG // 2012-06-17 22:21:06 // //
  • She has returned to the universe, that is the way I thing about my mom. She just exists in another reality...

    Barbara King // 2012-06-17 22:20:37 // //
  • It gets easier with time. Go through the grief. It`s a natural part of life.

    Linda Springer Carlsen // 2012-06-17 22:19:50 // //
  • May your mother rest in peace and may you be blessed by her love. Love never die My prayers for you to have energy and peace. Much Love to you and all your loved ones <3 Hugs

    Mounia Zinbi // 2012-06-17 22:19:17 // //
  • The Shaklee Opportunity is not just about making a better living; it is about making living better. It`s more than just being your own boss and making an income commensurate with your efforts. It`s about sharing products and an opportunity that make a difference in people lives; it`s about having time for family while you provide for them; it`s about making people and the planet healthier; it`s about realizing your potential and growing as a person. It`s about doing good AND doing well.

    Brenda Chacon // 2012-06-17 22:18:47 // //
  • Dear Deepak-Your love is deep. Thanks for being willing to be in both worlds as you integrate this love.

    Karla Boyd // 2012-06-17 22:17:22 // //

    Surendran Padmanabha Panicker // 2012-06-17 22:16:58 // //
  • go to the Lord Jesus, not your god within.

    Joe Cirino // 2012-06-17 22:16:54 // //
  • Time will only heal the loss `n` pain that u experience now..

    Ravi Kunte // 2012-06-17 22:16:46 // //
  • is the above question from Deepak himself???

    Matthew Kowasic // 2012-06-17 22:16:11 // //
  • Your Mother not Lost all you have to do is look in the mirror:D I see my Mom & Dad in my face and Actions EVERYDAY/Moment! I laugh Every day:D

    Lizlife // 2012-06-17 22:15:47 // //
  • Quite frankly, there really isn`t going to be any magic words that will make it all better. You lost your mother. I lost mine. The only way out of those feelings you`re feeling is to REMEMBER the LOVE. REMEMBER YOUR MOTHER. Remember her smile, her wisdom, her silliness, her sadness, her works. Visit those memories often and you will find that the LOVE NEVER LEFT YOU. Peace Always, Johanna

    Johanna // 2012-06-17 22:15:28 // //
  • I`m very sorry for your loss, my older sister passed away exactly a month ago,she was 38 and left 2 kids. Me and my family were devastated, but since then,we got very closed and that have help us a lot,be with your family the most you can, talk to them by phone the most u can,that is helping me a little bit! The rest,leave it to the time,you still gonna feel u need something but at least you gonna learn to live without it! God help you and your family to find resignation some day!

    Nora Eunice Cardenas // 2012-06-17 22:14:36 // //
  • Sending you hugs!

    Julie Schaffner Jones // 2012-06-17 22:13:27 // //
  • when you lost the one you love without any reason,ou feel half ,you feel weakend,and you wear a glass of dark clouds which covers all your view.

    Mehmet Yusuf Tanrıverdi // 2012-06-17 22:13:24 // //
  • my condolences...try to watch motivational, inspirational videos on you tube. U will gain strength again.

    Winson Ng // 2012-06-17 22:13:22 // //
  • My heart goes out to you, it`s not easy to lose someone you love and known all your life. Sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace!

    Farzaneh Faalzadeh // 2012-06-17 22:12:27 // //
  • My condolences to you, i believe in that the soul lives on and that she will be present with you when you reach out for her. Loss is so devastating at these times, when i lost my dog whom i deeply loved i grieved so much that i caused health issues, I went on a trip away from home to preoccupy my mind with other things. I believe this helped me get my mind away from all the memories, it`s the memories that affect you the most. I`m now still getting through my health issues and learning more about Love for healing.

    Cristina Pav // 2012-06-17 22:11:50 // //
  • The only thing for me to do in those time are to use the desire to see my Mother, some of the very strongest feelings of longing, to create something. As you probably know desire is a very creative feeling by nature. And even though you don`t really feel like making yourself start some new project, just start small. Whittling, sketching, painting, playing w/ any creative source will feel better. Especially dabbling in something that has some unique bond qualities of `Mom` attached to it, even remotely. Eventually, you will be able to turn to it and feel her there. What comes out of your creation, if you just let her work through you, & with you..will be magical. I`m grateful to God for placing peace in your heart. <3

    Amy Dartt Golden // 2012-06-17 22:11:49 // //
  • I went through this when I lost my brother. You can also feel this way when a relationship ends. My suggestion is get into a group and talk about it with others who have lost a loved one. It`s hard when you lose a parent because you are linked to them from birth. You feel as if a part of you died. I felt this way with my father and with my brother, especially with my brother as I was so close to him. Please allow yourself to mourn, dont take this away from yourself. The feeling of now knowing where you are is disassociation. The mind knows when to split off this emotion when it becomes overbearing. What you are going through is completely normal. The tiredness and feeling lost is a loss and also depression. Please allow yourself to mourn without putting pressure on yourself. I hope this helps.

    andreainfante // 2012-06-17 22:11:30 // //
  • You are not lost. Everything is part of process in our soul. When our loveones departs to the divine we as human are selfish and as our nature will try to hold on until we get enlight it and let it go. Your mother mission was done in this plane, now she has another plane . :) Blessings You are a beautiful soul.

    Jessica Pomales // 2012-06-17 22:10:54 // //
  • It filled me sweet warmth when I read your statement. I see the art of love. Your energy is feeling depleted right now because it was used to both of your energies around. The fact that your are posting a statement feeling lost shows the depth of love for her. There is no doubt that she would hate to see you hurting but is so very proud of how much she ment to you that you would feel this way. You are a wonderful soul and I am proud of how much you are able to love. Tred water it will be more tolerable. Time... God Bless...

    lifecoachurself // 2012-06-17 22:10:25 // //
  • Slow and steady wins the race... Be gentle to yourself in every way and know that her love for you is everlasting... I will be sending you prayers of spiritual peace... Thank YOU for all that you do for our world spirit....

    Sara DeMars Cerasoli // 2012-06-17 22:09:59 // //
  • I know this will happen to me someday and I am not prepared, no one can be for this event. We have no control over what will be; but what we have today that we encounter and give permission to fulfill us. Remain greatful for your mother and you will soon realize living her life eternally in your mind will ease the loss from the physical attachment you had, it is a fantastic way to help reinvent the moments, journeys and boundless praise you once had from her and for her. I believe this can only guide you to build positive future memories of your loss. Puting these events into tangible loving perspective will help produce life-changing fulfillment even while missing someone so special to you. I am sorry for your loss. Namaste and God Bless you!

    Chad Wixom // 2012-06-17 22:09:57 // //
  • just let her go!

    Cherrie Dell // 2012-06-17 22:09:35 // //
  • Remember sweet and happy moments you and your mom had. Pray. Hugs.

    Veroncia Vero // 2012-06-17 22:09:15 // //
  • Its tough, but Focus on the good and peace. We all came into this world and will have to leave one day.

    Anne Anandani // 2012-06-17 22:09:07 // //
  • I send my condolences to you...may you find peace while grieving and keep the memories of the time spent with your Mom forever in your heart

    Ayana Mendoza // 2012-06-17 22:09:05 // //
  • A celebration of life!!!! Strong pure energy going your way from our Cardenas family!!! We celebrated our lovely father passing on Thursday . Be strong and your love to Mom will help her as well. We have learn from you and share your blessings with the rest of humankind. Joe, and Fabiola Cardenas Miami Florida. www.

    Fabiola Cárdenas // 2012-06-17 22:08:59 // //
  • you spell advise wrong its please advice

    Robert J. Braun // 2012-06-17 22:07:27 // //
  • OOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHH!! n o habìa visto todo esto en inglès!!!!! que papelòn!!!!

    Maria Isabel Testori // 2012-06-17 22:07:16 // //
  • Wish I could say it gets better. I lost mine a year and a half ago and still feel absolutely lost sometimes. Hang in there.

    Melissa Coffee Elder // 2012-06-17 22:06:55 // //
  • When she left, a part of her left you and because of this attachment the place she left from you is following her restlessly where it cannot go (because you are still here!)...but allow your memories and feelings to process and perhaps you will find her filling that space when you least expect it and most need it. sending the love

    Elena Millnamow // 2012-06-17 22:06:51 // //
  • I´m sorry.

    Veroncia Vero // 2012-06-17 22:06:31 // //
  • wow

    Robert J. Braun // 2012-06-17 22:06:10 // //
  • Lean on Jesus..I lost my mother 9 years ago at an early age of was a very devastating experience, but Praise God for who He has created my mom to prepare us when she was alive for such unexpected event by sharing God`s Word with us and always instilling in me and my siblings to lean on Jesus, His Promise, Read His Word, Pray and cont. to Love and takes time, but truth be told, I coudn`t go a day without crying when I spoke and when others spoke about my mother, and because of what Jesus did at THe Cross for all of humanity, I am confident to share with you and many others that my siblings and I can talk about our mother without a tear being shed because of Jesus comforting mercies and grace upon us. Im not going to lie, it was very very hard at first, but when you let Jesus take it all, watch the most amazing things and His promise take place right in front of your eyes. praying for you that God will also show you His love through your situation. God Bless!!!

    Tina Watson // 2012-06-17 22:05:38 // //
  • So Sorry for your Loss. My Mother turned 89 this year, and I am so Thankful to still have her to talk to, and to physically see. She told me when she lost her Mom and Dad, the worst part was not being able to see them or talk to them. She said she never got over their loss, but learned how to live with it. It is probably thee worst pain ever to lose a Parent, even though I haven`t , I can only imagine how difficult. The ones who have always been there for you, and you know will always accept you no matter what. It has to be the most heart breaking experience to ever go through. God Bless you.

    Julie Lukomski // 2012-06-17 22:05:10 // //
  • meditate & pray for her - healing will eventually come in the knowing you will someday see her again

    Mary EliZabeth // 2012-06-17 22:05:02 // //
  • love ..mother earth is the biggest mother..she will heal your soul from bolivia

    Luz Floreciendo // 2012-06-17 22:04:28 // //
  • I lost my mother not quite two years ago..they say in time your tears turn to smiles as you remember the happy times but to me there are still tears now and then..I know my mother is near me..I can feel her and at my lowest times she is there for me with angels and other loved ones..she is there to guide me and be there for me as yours will be..I am older and as we age it gets harder for the loss..I am so sorry for your loss..always talk to her as you do angels and guides and you will hear her in your spirituality..I loss mine I was so despaired but it is coming back to me as she has helped me accept it again..she let me know it is important not to let go of your beliefs..blessings not give up..she would not want you for as strong as you are spiritually to stay the way you are is only human but she would not want you to stay that way and she is in a better place like my mom..hang in there good soul..

    Sue Howes // 2012-06-17 22:04:27 // //
  • I think the best advise for you is to go to a grieving group. Good luck

    Marysol Harritt // 2012-06-17 22:04:15 // //
  • Everything dies, accept that and move forward.

    Clint Sanders // 2012-06-17 22:03:37 // //
  • Been exactly where ur at - 2 years ago...and being a yoga instructor and very spiritual and aware i thought id be fine but i forgot im still human! everything ur experiencing is totally normal! be gentle and kind to urself thru this...accept ur feelings as a normal grieving process that will get better and easier with time. its been 2 years for me and although i will always miss my wonderful dad and there are stll days i cry - its become something i can actually accept and live with now. but know that for exactly one full year i pretty much didnt live - couldnt even really even do what i love to (teach yoga) so i took some time off from life and that was ok (without feeling guilty about it). make sure you get the right support from loving people and know as cliche as it sounds ... a part of her is still around you and will always be - she just left her physical body. much love n lite! "this too shall pass" - i promise!

    Marilyn Crucet // 2012-06-17 22:03:21 // //
  • Allow yourself to grieve , but also remember her with love, don`t torture yourself with what you could`ve,would`ve,or should`ve changed. Life always takes its own course & sometimes we have no control over it. Find your strength in her influences & in everything you do, make her proud. You may have lost your Mom, but you`ve gained a Guardian Angel!! Much love & respect, my condolences, God bless & strengthen you! My prayers for you & your loved ones!!

    Wanda Alamo // 2012-06-17 22:02:56 // //
  • I`d advice not to stop moving. Grieve .. yes, but don`t grieve for extreme periods of time. It says it even in the bible. Become fresh, start new goals, go on a vacation, release anxiety, fill ur heart with joy of anything good in spirit, friends, family,work, children, fill the void. Take vitamins, b12, D, positive thoughts only, pretend she is on a great vacation having a beautiful time for herself and you need to live and accomplish ur life. You will reunite again .. <3

    Natacha Nobile // 2012-06-17 22:02:43 // //
  • <3

    Nancy Urban Ingalls // 2012-06-17 22:02:37 // //
  • ~ There initially is a gap between the silence of absence and the serenity of tacit connection. Trust the gap shall narrow. Trust.

    Mark Mathis // 2012-06-17 22:02:34 // //
  • That`s the grieving process. Allow a space for it. It DOES get better with time...

    Pamela Edmondson // 2012-06-17 22:02:15 // //
  • Sorry for your loss my mother passed almost a dozen years ago it was your books Which helped me!

    Monica Uribe // 2012-06-17 22:02:09 // //
  • My prayers are with you!

    Cynthia Higgins // 2012-06-17 22:02:00 // //
  • When I lost my father I started writing letters to him. Not that they were getting mailed, but it allowed me to express my thoughts and feelings.

    Demetrius Pyles // 2012-06-17 22:00:46 // //
  • step into the grief, embrace it, like a long lost friend, put a time limit on the visits as needed <3

    Holly DeMoe Sayre // 2012-06-17 22:00:41 // //
  • She is in a better place, now back to be one with all, she is pure love and happiness now. She is with you all the time. She was a wonderful, special person made beautiful time here with us now she can rest and enjoy the stream of love. Don`t worry, be happy for her, one day you will unite... <3

    כאַנאַ אָגראָדני // 2012-06-17 22:00:36 // //
  • Ah ahi està la traducciòn. Sorry....

    Maria Isabel Testori // 2012-06-17 22:00:13 // //
  • do something that you used to do with your mother.. when you were a child.. go to a special place... recapture how good you felt.. she would want you to remember those times.. and feel good...

    Maggie Barabulea // 2012-06-17 22:00:08 // //
  • Totally agree with going with it also be gentle to yourself, if you feel like crying just do it don`t fight it, if people tell u you need to get over it already ignore it, it`s difficult to loose your mom no matter if you were not that close to her. It get`s easier with time, hang in there :)

    Enciso Norma // 2012-06-17 22:00:07 // //
  • You are suffering from a seperation of auric fields, as well as the physical loss. A Mothers hold on us is very strong as we bonded on the molecular will lessen in time but will always linger. Talk to her and ask that she visit you when you are in Alpha level....dreaming, you will be pleasantly surprised, and it will ease your pain to see that she is fine in her other dimension.

    Laurie Ann McKercher-Leach // 2012-06-17 21:59:16 // //
  • Take one day at a time,do what you need to do for yourself.For my the answer is time,it will get better,but the lost will always be there.My thoughts and prayers are wih you <3

    Sue Gagnon Edwards // 2012-06-17 21:59:15 // //
  • It can be unbearable!

    Abbie Weiss // 2012-06-17 21:59:10 // //
  • but your the guru not us.......anyway rather than feel sad, accept shes gone ,move on and know that she would want you to be Happy.

    Tina Garcia // 2012-06-17 21:59:07 // //
  • I am so sorry for your loss.

    Laurie Champion // 2012-06-17 21:58:19 // //
  • Your Mother not Lost all you have to do is look in the mirror:D I see my Mom & Dad in my face and Actions EVERYDAY/Moment! I laugh Every day:D

    Liz Carden // 2012-06-17 21:58:11 // //
  • I lost my mom at 58 yrs old a few years ago n it will always hurt but u learn to live with the pain at least thats how i do it!

    Mark Weir // 2012-06-17 21:58:11 // //
  • Cry when you feel it, roar when you feel it, don`t bottle it in :)

    Siobhan McCarthy // 2012-06-17 21:58:07 // //
  • Its grief and you have to work through it. Do what is necessary, and do not listen to people who tell you to get over it and move on or to suppress it in any way... Be good to yourself, she would want that. xx

    Dunedin FashionEye // 2012-06-17 21:58:04 // //
  • I can relate! I lost my mother this past Thanksgiving and now eight months later it is starting to really bother me.

    Kathi Murray // 2012-06-17 21:58:00 // //
  • I went through this when I lost my brother. You can also feel this way when a relationship ends. My suggestion is get into a group and talk about it with others who have lost a loved one. It`s hard when you lose a parent because you are linked to them from birth. You feel as if a part of you died. I felt this way with my father and with my brother, especially with my brother as I was so close to him. Please allow yourself to mourn, dont take this away from yourself. The feeling of now knowing where you are is disassociation. The mind knows when to split off this emotion when it becomes overbearing. What you are going through is completely normal. The tiredness and feeling lost is a loss and also depression. Please allow yourself to mourn without putting pressure on yourself. I hope this helps.

    Andrea Infante // 2012-06-17 21:57:58 // //
  • I lost my Dad but we Celebrate .!! He is with. Our Lord in Heaven.!!

    Fabiola Cárdenas // 2012-06-17 21:57:56 // //
  • Decime vos: porque alardeas que sabès inglès? Ahora tengo que poner la barra de bing para traducir

    Maria Isabel Testori // 2012-06-17 21:57:47 // //
  • My heart goes out to you Deepak. My heart hurt so bad I cried to relieve the sorrow and my tears were non stop every time I thought of her. But she told me early, tears were given as a gift from Creator to release the inner pain and sorrow. May you weep the tears of healing in your mom`s memory.

    Mewatis Montana // 2012-06-17 21:57:15 // //
  • You never stop loving her but you learn to live with the loss, but, when you lose both it`s a different story, it`s a lifeline lost in the midst of growing and being an adult a loss that`s hard to fill, especially when you`ve been so close to them :(

    Siobhan McCarthy // 2012-06-17 21:57:04 // //
  • You will be exhausted and missing her for at least a year. Ypu may feel cold, like you need a shawl or a warm embrace. Then things eventually ease. Good luck.

    Diane Willett // 2012-06-17 21:57:01 // //
  • On days like that,surround yourself with the ones u love and love you back,maybe your body is right on days like that and you should just relax and reflect...on good memories.Im sorry,I know not what I would do with out my mother :-(

    Lilly Mason-Sherrell // 2012-06-17 21:56:45 // //
  • My heart goes out to you.I know the pain all to well,I lost three loved ones in 2 years and 4 months...

    Sue Gagnon Edwards // 2012-06-17 21:56:18 // //
  • go with it x

    Lisa Hewitson // 2012-06-17 21:56:08 // //
  • she is watching over you, closer than ever. She wants you to hold your strengt

    Leticia Cuevas // 2012-06-17 21:55:50 // //
  • This guy can only help take away your money

    Steve Freeman // 2012-06-17 21:55:37 // //
  • Great, tks for share!

    Carla Ferreira // 2012-06-17 21:55:31 // //
  • breath into the grief, allow it....just be with you

    Mary Jocie Strother // 2012-06-17 21:55:19 // //
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    Prince Christopher Salvatore Rouge // 2012-06-17 21:55:12 // //
  • Loosing Momma this year has me on the journey of deeper expressions to include her love of nature, balance and values all around me. Her spirit for gardening is my focal point. Finding her in living plants brings me comfort. Releasing my sadness is an on going process. She was a firey spirit full of creative spunky resolve to follow the natural processe of the seasons. Celebrating the beauty and sounds in her garden bring be peace.

    eventfulkate // 2012-06-17 14:36:29 // //
  • I am sorry for your loss. My mom, who passed in 1987, used to say that she thought of loved ones who passed as being away on a trip and although they would not return home, we would meet up with them again on the other side. This thought was very comforting to her and to me

    Marilyn Muskett // 2012-06-17 12:01:37 // //
  • Hello, Be at peace, live your pain but try not to attach to it cause this is when suffering takes place. your mom is fine, and so is mine, I lost her year and a half ago. I know it is painful no to have her in the physical world, but nothing stops you from keep loving her, love is eternal and so are we we don`t die.

    DiannaMaripossa // 2012-06-17 11:24:19 // //
  • Release her spirit to be free and bring peace to all the rest of the universe, her joyfulness strength and light adding to God`s splendor!

    Ward Pike // 2012-06-17 11:13:19 // //
  • sorry may you remember the things that she gave you that made you the great man you are today!

    Paula Ann Thbert // 2012-06-17 11:11:55 // //
  • Pray to her to pray for you! Its all a normal part of your grief to feel lost now. It will pass. I will keep you in my prayers.

    Elyse Fratantoni Reilly // 2012-06-17 09:42:39 // //
  • I send rays of brotherly love.

    Magdalena Komarnicka // 2012-06-17 07:36:43 // //
  • I am terribly sorry for your loss, Deepak. I have been through the same thing, too (lost my mom). I find solace in the memories I have of her. It never stops hurting, but I live knowing that she was the best thing that`s ever happened to me. I strongly advise that you speak to someone you trust that also knew her.

    Siyabonga Hlophe // 2012-06-17 06:54:18 // //
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    I AM Searching JOB(applican 33rd B.C.S) // 2012-06-17 05:55:47 // //
  • So very sorry for the loss of your mother. I lost my mom 2 yrs ago, my dad 1 yr ago, and my brother a few months ago so it`s been rough for me, especially about my mom. You really have to just go with your emotions. If you need to cry, do it. The loss will always be there, but what gets better is the acceptance of it. See a doctor if you seriously cannot function in your daily life.

    Angela Booker // 2012-06-17 05:49:45 // //
  • I know the feeling I lost my mommy its does hurt she gave so much love that I have the love in my heart.I planted a rose 4 her in my front yard its dark red its mean love .I do talk 2 her all the times its a high 4 me lol.

    Nancy F. Love // 2012-06-17 05:24:33 // //
  • So very sorry to learn of your loss.It`s never easy no matter what one`s age.Feel all the emotions and`s so cleansing and healing.Best wishes and much comfort in this time.

    Vera Barrett Oudejans // 2012-06-17 04:36:43 // //
  • :(

    Wendy Johnson // 2012-06-17 03:43:37 // //
  • i wish you feel happy always

    Hamda Ali Booh // 2012-06-17 02:02:33 // //
  • Take time each day to remember your mother and a love she gave you. gather them together and remember. Soon you will be full again and no longer lost.

    Giudetta Li-Anna Rizzuti // 2012-06-17 01:39:58 // //
  • Believing that everything happens with a good intention ~

    Fire Dragon Coaching Limited // 2012-06-17 01:17:56 // //
  • Love to you

    Arna Baartz // 2012-06-17 00:27:57 // //
  • I would suggest yoga. In times like these we go through the motions, yet are disconnected. Going through the motions and doing yoga will help you stay grounded, stay healthy both spiritually and physically, and will help you push through the emotions and get to the other side, which is peace. <3 my deepest condolences <3

    MissKerry Styles // 2012-06-16 23:45:23 // //
  • forgot to say earlier -- much love on your journey

    Joyce Alexander // 2012-06-16 22:48:12 // //
  • It is really hard losing your mother that is forsure I lost mine in 1995 and 9 wks to the day I lost my dad it is horrible everyone says it will get better yeah right. Just try and remember all the great times you had together and pray to god for strength. May god bless you

    Karen Race-Clemons // 2012-06-16 22:08:19 // //
  • YOU haven`t LOST YOUr mother... She just started her vacation before YOU... She`s waiting for YOU to join her in YOUr own sweet time

    Lr Smith // 2012-06-16 22:04:36 // //
  • Something strange going on here. I lost my dad this week, and have been in a kind of a deep energy stupor for months prior to his death. I don`t understand it. Please let me know if you figure it out. I need help emerging from it too.

    Damian Nash // 2012-06-16 22:00:52 // //
  • I lost my mother 3 months ago, yes the pain of losing your mother is unbearable at times, I cherish the memory flew home from Oz to US in time, Ive brought her remains home with me to be buried with her parents, that was her wish...I still have the journey of doing that, there are a lot of people who are giving you some great words of wisdom...From my experience just go with your emotions, wherever they may carry you..

    Julie Wei-Brennan // 2012-06-16 21:53:45 // //
  • My grandmother, who raised me, gave me priceless words that I want to share with you. "Just keep walking, and eventually you will come out on the other side". Sending love from my family to yours.

    Jennifer Jones German // 2012-06-16 21:30:21 // //
  • My mother passed just on May 30th. I feel the same way. Allow yourself to sleep....she will come to you in your dreams. It is very comforting. Also be aware of signs of her being near.... A smell, a feeling, a familiar taste.

    Amy Marvicsin McIntosh // 2012-06-16 21:28:44 // //
  • I send loving blessing and comfort to you

    Diane Camillo // 2012-06-16 21:22:48 // //
  • I lost my Father Fbruary of 2011, this will be our families second Fathersday with out him and our second time to celebrate his birthday with out him. Celebrate and speak often of all the good times, share the stories now before you forget them!

    Diane Camillo // 2012-06-16 21:22:29 // //
  • Please take a deep breath and center yourself. Sit down in lotus or easy pose and concentrate on your breath...In and out slowly and deeply. Connect to the Source and ask for peace and tranqulity for both yourself and your Mother. Know that she is in a better place and looking upon you with great love, respect and admiration. Namaste!!!

    Mike Cantalupo // 2012-06-16 20:55:39 // //
  • Deepest sympathies. The love continues.

    Michael Napolitan // 2012-06-16 20:35:52 // //
  • It is a very personal experience that we all must find our own way through. It is one of those things you cannot prepare for though you try. There are many who will lend you support and comfort.

    Michael Napolitan // 2012-06-16 20:31:51 // //
  • I lost my mom 26 years ago. I think of her almost daily. I know her essence is near me though. She is in my face, my physical body has her shape, I say many of the things she said...It`s just that I am stronger since she left. I have acquired strength...she could not give me that...I had to develop it from her absence. God give you peace.

    Akilay King // 2012-06-16 20:17:57 // //
  • thank you

    Jeanine Mangelsen // 2012-06-16 20:16:27 // //
  • my heart is broken by this. i lost my father, my hero and miss him every day. nothing but love too you, iam so sorry for your loss.

    Julia Dement // 2012-06-16 19:46:45 // //
  • Each day, I thank God for the memories and the gift of life. Turn to God and all will be well. God Bless.

    Patricia Rynja // 2012-06-16 19:42:23 // //
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    Nancy Zeimetz // 2012-06-16 19:14:41 // //
  • 3d, she is gone, spirit world, she is still here

    Gwynie Q-sister // 2012-06-16 18:48:25 // //
  • Mothers leave a big hole in our lives when they leave. I lost my mother over 40 years ago and I still miss her every single day. Use this time to write poetry or journal about your memories of her, what you learned from her, what she gave you. Just remember, she is merely out of your sight. Part of her (DNA) courses through your veins and you will always feel her loving spirit surrounding you.

    Darlene Richardson // 2012-06-16 18:36:48 // //
  • It sounds like depression, go get help before it is too late. The reality is harsh loosing your mother what could be worst! Regardless of your mother`s age we all wish our mother`s and loved ones were immortal... But the reality is there is a beginning and at end to the cycle of life. Pray, for her but most of all right now pray for you and get help. Living in two parallel worlds is hard... Keep on praying and get help.

    Mejias Blanca // 2012-06-16 18:30:26 // //
  • Deepest sympathies. Only time will heal. Take a brief time away to grieve & adjust. Then jump back to your routines.

    Frankie Merrill // 2012-06-16 18:23:49 // //
  • I am still processing the loss of my mother two years ago & can only go with the process each day whatever that is, know that she is still with me & know that we will be united in time. I`m sorry for your loss, but I believe she is still with you, you just can`t see her. Watch for signs that remind you of her, she may have a message for you. Warm wishes to you, Lynn.

    Lynn Merrin // 2012-06-16 18:23:20 // //
  • I am also sorry for your loss in this world. I lost my sister to cancer on her 30th birthday; as if she chose that day to let go. Grieving still comes and goes and I know that is is ok to feel whatever feelings that come up for me. Everyone processes this differently. Sometimes I feel as if she`s right here with me and sometimes she is a distant memory. She suffered so very much and leaving two little boys behind I`m sure added to her suffering, worry and guilt/anger towards the end. She`s now been relieved of her suffering and I know she would not want me to suffer here. Grieving to me is like facing a wall of flames; I can either go through them, know I will be hurt and scarred but survive, stronger than before. Or, I can stay behind and let the fire consume and destroy me.

    Ruth Cardoso // 2012-06-16 18:19:26 // //
  • I`m sorry for your loss. You are experiencing feelings and symptoms normally associated with the loss of a parent. It is important for you to maintain your body by taking the time for grooming, cardiovascular exercise and if you lack the energy for hard weight or resistance training work with light weights. Maintain healthy eating habits. Your spirit is eternally bound to your mothers it does not suffer with pain or grief. It is your mind that is suffering now you must make sure your body remains strong. Time will help in the meanwhile take good care of yourself and remember your mother is always close by and connected to you. Feel free to contact me anytime for support.

    Donna Epstein Stern // 2012-06-16 18:14:44 // //
  • I felt the same way for about 2 months after my Mom passed in 1991! It was such an emotional experience because you genuinely feel like a part of you is missing and it made me mentally confused. As time moved on I began to heal and cherish all the special moments we shared after I sniffed the last scent of her perfume in a blouse I kept from her closet! Wish you well, God will heal and deliver! Be blessed!!!

    Denise Hb // 2012-06-16 18:12:57 // //

    Eva Rendon // 2012-06-16 18:09:35 // //
  • i feel the same, lost my father in feb, this grief thing is scary emotions that ive never experienced before, i just take each day as it comes & go with your emotions. its like adapting all over again day by day.just pray & ask for strength to cope.

    Susie Quinn // 2012-06-16 18:01:30 // //
  • Recently I heard you speak at a ceremony in Toronto and you told a wonderful story of your mother and Mr Nehru. It was such a lovely story and I have thought of it many times and smiled. I hope the pain of her loss in time becomes less painful and the pain is replaced with only happy memories. Sending you love from me and my family.

    Carmen Richardson // 2012-06-16 17:49:49 // //
  • I think u firstly did the right thing. You recog ized what is making u feel down. U put it out there. Now the universe has it and all that are in it will help u feel your way out of this time in your life. YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

    Elizabeth Smith // 2012-06-16 17:39:25 // //
  • Just allow yourself to mourn her passing so. that your heart will smile everytime her memories wants to hug you...17 years ago my dad did not wants me to know that he was living me....he said "I will see you on Wednesday at 10:am for breakfast ......every Apri 30 , a smile kiss my heart and I allowed his memories love me....

    Shirley G Cordero // 2012-06-16 17:34:02 // //
  • The grieving process, especially for a parent, is deep and mysterious. When I lost my father, I found the best advice (from a dear friend) was to surf the waves and know they would eventually become calmer seas. My condolences on your loss, but the grief you feel reflects the gifts your mother brought to your existence here on earth.

    Betsy Hays Gatti // 2012-06-16 17:32:46 // //
  • talk to a grief counselor about how u r feeling. sorry about your loss! :-(

    Andrew Faucher // 2012-06-16 17:25:01 // //
  • So sorry for your loss...emotions are a part of our being...let them flow and your life will surely come back to reality with God`s help...

    Yolanda Di Pasquale // 2012-06-16 17:17:44 // //
  • Don`t fight the feeling.. better accept it. It is ok to feel and to be that way as long as you need to..

    Virginia Papjes // 2012-06-16 17:11:50 // //
  • Have you tried accupunture?

    Julio Sanchidrian // 2012-06-16 17:11:44 // //
  • Before my brother & father died within a few years of each other I had never thought about the after-life. I didn`t have religion or a strong belief system to help me through the grieving process. And I certainly didn`t want to bring other people down by talking about death and how much I missed them. I found that most people just don`t know how to talk about this subject. They express their condolences but then change the subject. What helped me was reading about Near Death Experiences, After-death communication, Past Life and Life-between-Life hypnotic Regression, Cross-cultural spiritual belief systems about the transition process and esoteric literature. I learned a great deal through all this reading. But it wasn`t until I actually had a conversation with my Dad via a respectable bonafide Medium that I became 100% convinced that the soul goes on and there is no such thing as death. I could have gone to a Grief Group or for individual grief counseling but instead I chose to learn more about the soul and once I realized it was possible to communicate across the veil I did so! I am now a much more spiritual person. And another side benefit is that I have no fear of death or dying myself. I know we are spiritual beings having an earthy experience and will all be together again. BTW, send your Mom love and talk to her. She can hear you.

    Vicki // 2012-06-16 17:11:19 // //
  • Dear, you are going thru Grief. It may, and maybe ought to, be with you 9 months. As long as you were in her, so long ago.

    Aaron Dereck // 2012-06-16 17:02:01 // //
  • Nothing ever leaves us for everything is part of our light, the Universal light that lives within.......... You are now forever closer than you ever where....... Namaste Friend of Light

    Luis Nunez // 2012-06-16 17:00:59 // //
  • Mhl H

    Nola Darling // 2012-06-16 16:56:57 // //
  • No one can replace a boy`s mom .. but looking within ... and gathering all your inner peace and beauty she nurtured .. Deepak she is within never really that far .. You are blessed to have had her in your life ...find solace in her spirit. I am sure her light will never leave you. Best of all to you my friend who I often refer to myself .. I think my son will feel the same way ..

    Carolyn M. Rhodes // 2012-06-16 16:55:33 // //
  • it is very sad..when someone you love...itis dead..but i think so your brother is happy right now...thinking this you to heal the hurt...he wants you be happy....

    Mary Annie // 2012-06-16 16:53:44 // //

    Yvonne Orellana // 2012-06-16 16:46:17 // //
  • Deepak is answering the question...not asking it. :)

    Lesley Cote // 2012-06-16 16:43:41 // //
  • In my belief, there are two realities, the spiritual and the now. By holding on to what was and now is, in new form, is n o t living fully in the present, to receive new spiritual tools to share and connect spiritually with anyone.

    Calvert Mota // 2012-06-16 16:43:17 // //
  • You are in my prayers...with love

    Sherry Raintree // 2012-06-16 16:40:57 // //
  • Pray for her to be happy wherever she is and for comfort for yourself and your family. I really believe that death is only a temporary separation, and that we will see our loved ones again ln the other side. I believe the soul lives on, even when the body is no more. I am very sorry for your loss and will pray for you. God bless you.

    Yash Min // 2012-06-16 16:40:20 // //
  • Just go with your feelings.. You will gain more energy as time goes on. Recognize your and her ONENESS will all things- remember that energy never dies. She lives and is part of you. Cherish her and your time together. Don`t die with her. Breathe, and then Breathe some more. You have all the answers already inside of you. I have lost my mom and had a tough time. The only constant is change.. my feelings of despair changed. Don`t try and rush through your grief. It is there for a reason. Namaste- Nancy

    Nancy Irvine // 2012-06-16 16:38:55 // //
  • "Breathe. Listen for my footfall in your heart. I am not gone but merely walk within you. Unable are the loved to die. For love is immortality."

    Michael Upshall // 2012-06-16 16:37:25 // //
  • Yes it is true!

    Maricarmen Husson // 2012-06-16 16:35:17 // //
  • I am in the same situation and feel a sense of lonliness and a void in my life at the moment

    Raksha Raja // 2012-06-16 16:29:42 // //
  • Trust me Deepak, you will be just fine and your mother is with you ALWAY`S. Hang in there and stay blessed....

    Towanda M. Allen // 2012-06-16 16:27:12 // //
  • It is okay to grieve your loss. Take some time for yourself to mourn. You will be reunited again when the time is right. You have much support.

    Jessica Timbrell // 2012-06-16 16:23:25 // //
  • Deepak, I am so very sorry for the loss of your beloved mom. Of course you are experiencing these symptoms, you are still human and the loss of your mom, which energetically you have been tied for your lifetime, is feeling lost, like the cord has been cut. I hope this beautiful quote by Mother Theresa helps: "Death is nothing else but going home to God, the bond of love will be unbroken for all eternity." Allow yourself to mourn her passing so that you can rejoice in her life. I know what you are experiencing, and this too shall pass. Blessings and love to you.

    Linda M Mccarthy // 2012-06-16 16:21:48 // //
  • G`evening D & all. From my experience Time heals & when you ready you`ll find that our parents & love ones who have passed on are always around whether we need them or not, remember our Soul lives on. Love & respects to all.

    Shahieda Scheffers // 2012-06-16 16:20:56 // //
  • Grief is a weird and wonderful thing, hard to understand at times, but what I have learned thru the loss of my son and my mother only three months apart, is that whatever you feel is normal, and the pain will end. You will get used to her absence and you will live your life in it`s new way...............much warmth of heart sent to you Sir.

    Geri Robertson // 2012-06-16 16:20:21 // //
  • chopra i am sorry i know how your feeling i lost my mom too last years ...... i lost my star i was very sad but your books your energy .....was my life happy again thanks very much i love my teacher of the love....

    Raquel Ramirez // 2012-06-16 16:16:49 // //
  • I pray you receive comfort and peace to get through this sad time!

    Barbara Morgan // 2012-06-16 16:15:59 // //
  • Spend time in nature, in meditation. Allow all your feelings to be felt, and let go... stay in your heart center. Your mother will be with you if you are able to know she is still with you and has never really left. As wise dear Deepak has mentioned, happy memories, fondly remembered and thankfulness will ease the dis comfort. Blessings be <3 Aloha from Kauai.

    Pauline Elkins // 2012-06-16 16:14:37 // //
  • Deepest sympathies for your loss. The solution will reveal itself when you are ready and then you will refocus your energy and carry her memory with you always. As your words have done the same form me, I hope my words can give you strength in this moment.

    Robert Douglas // 2012-06-16 16:13:31 // //
  • you need to set up a discipline routine that allows you to find your own ability,to think lodgically for your own ,intelligent music classiccal for example and read deepak choras books..example spirtual success and path to deepak chopra

    Lisa Whitney // 2012-06-16 16:11:20 // //
  • Your mother`s energy is alive and well throughout the billions and billions of universes not easily comprehended by the physical form in which we all presently occupy here and now. Your mother"s soul, energy, and essence is eternally intertwined with your soul, as all souls throughout eternity are intertwined with each other. My mother`s form passed away the day after I was born, but the energy of who I am feels and knows that her energy is intertwined with my soul and form at all times, and my form feels comfort from knowing that. Your mother is as close to you today as she has always been; she has not left you. Thank you for being my teacher.....

    Stewart Golditch // 2012-06-16 16:11:12 // //
  • does it help you to know that what you feel is normal? that all of us who`ve lost someone have felt the same? You are not alone. those feelings will come and go . . . and one day, just when you think "I`m OK now," grief will sneak up on you again. and then, finally, you will catch yourself smiling when you think/speak of her. my own mother has been gone more than 20 years now. i still miss her as if it were yesterday. but the grief has lessoned and the happy memories comfort me. it will be this way for you too Deepak. in the meantime, embrace the grief -- it`s healthy and normal. it is the way we are designed . . .

    Joyce Alexander // 2012-06-16 16:09:13 // //
  • the steps of grief are necessary...but remember that the illusion of finality is just that...and one has the potential to embrace a new relationship with our loved one who father passed 21 years ago tomorrow and he is with me in spirit every day...I talk to him, laugh with him and hear his voice inmy clear as the day he left this I had to get to that point after the necessary grieving...they love it when you talk to them and acknowledge them...and new kind of communication....Namaste`

    savannah sue // 2012-06-16 16:09:12 // //
  • I can relate to these feelings.

    Heulwen Renshaw // 2012-06-16 16:08:35 // //
  • Do not stay away from those who love you and to whom you CAN help !!

    Ian Caton // 2012-06-16 16:04:20 // //
  • u still have her in ur memories (and waiting 4 u on the other side where she`s safe)

    Andrew Pay // 2012-06-16 16:02:24 // //
  • As life quickly passes since losing my Mom, I realize now all the most important things we missed together. I think it will make me a stronger and better Mom myself. I miss her more everyday. I know God sends me her love through others. You are never alone. She is always with you.

    Sherran Strong Bard // 2012-06-16 15:59:48 // //
  • Beautifully said Ralph!<3 :)

    Sky Lalena // 2012-06-16 15:58:35 // //
  • What is death? It is only the spirit abandoning the body. What u miss is only a hologram of the soul. If u remember that who you really are then every time you close ur eyes you will converse with her in ways you never did before. The absense is only an illusion. I hope this helps

    Kenia Mosquera // 2012-06-16 15:58:21 // //
  • You have no energy because you continue to give her your energy. If she was too close with you during her last months and disease period you worried about her giving her your energy. All sick people need energy of health people to compensate their losing energy. Now pain won over the you. You lost the faith ! You are blank. But you will revive by the time. I went through the same. You must open your soul: cry when you have need to cry, think about her, and pray for her. My religion, the Orthodox Christianity, has a rite for dead people. So healing. I sent her name to monks in monastery and they prayed for her soul.I respected all religious sacral rites also so, as a religiou man I found a peace in it. I got a signs that she found peace after one year. PRAYER - in the place of N.N is name of dead parent Prayer for the dead Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend the souls of thy servants NN., and beseech thee to grant them rest in the place of thy rest, where all thy blessed Saints repose, and where the light of thy countenance shineth forever. And I beseech thee also to grant that our present lives may be godly, sober, and blame-less, that, we too may be made worthy to enter into thy heavenly Kingdom with those we love but see no Ion~r: for thou art the Resurrection, and the Life, and the Repose of thy departed servants, 0 Christ our God, and unto thee we ascribe glory: to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit; now and ever, and unto ages of ages. Amen.

    Sasa Milosevic // 2012-06-16 15:58:00 // //
  • Just know she`s still with you,I know mine is!!!!Hugs and blessings to all reading my post.xoxo

    Sky Lalena // 2012-06-16 15:57:11 // //
  • mine would be:dont miss her too much,she wants you to be happy,so let her know that you will be okay,because sometimes we cant seem to let go of them,but if we hang on too much,they will not find their place of rest&peace,and ofcourse we miss our loved ones..but now all they wish for is,for us to find happiness and the strength of her <3 and yours will keep you going.keep going by telling her stories now and then.i still miss my daddy too sometimes,but i know he is in a happy peaceful place and he dont need to worry about me,in our languauge we say.."ikosi"..which means see ya,cya..or see you later,because there is no such word for goodbye in all native american langauages.keep well <3 : )

    Ralph Twospirited Olson // 2012-06-16 15:56:19 // //
  • Lost mine and I found out when my Dad took my hands to tell me I already knew before he said one word and I felt my spirit actually leave my body for awhile.A month later I spent the last whole night with my beautiful Grandmother and had to bury her two days after.Nobody could prepare me for this deep loss I feel daily.Superwoman no longer,losing them temporarily made me feel gone too.Each day gets better believe it or not.When I stood on my Moms grave I felt like taking her out,missing her.<3

    Sky Lalena // 2012-06-16 15:55:40 // //
  • Is difficult to understand this situation when semeone who we loos a close loved one, thru the time we undestand that a loved person physically is not here on the earth, but is there with us, because always will exist.

    Ana de De Graaff // 2012-06-16 15:54:53 // //
  • Blessings!

    Kerrie B. Wrye // 2012-06-16 15:54:17 // //
  • these people told me if eye post spam eye may not be able to comment........on my comment???? FACEBOOK IS REALLY A SPY ORGANIZATION FOR THE GOVERNMENT! WHY ARE THEY HARASSING ME??? herE? AND ALL MY HEART/EARTH FELT WORDS DELETED FROM THIS POST:(.......THIS COUNRTY..................SMH

    Aroy Alli Oness // 2012-06-16 15:53:58 // //
  • Why does the majority of grief counselling and mourning advice assume a nourishing and loving relationship with the person who has died? Simplistic and sanctifying.

    GoonerGal // 2012-06-16 15:52:45 // //
  • Amma Theodora said, "It is good to live in peace, for the wise man practices perpetual prayer. It is truly a great thing for a virgin or a monk to live in peace, especially for the younger ones. However, you should realize that as soon as you intend to live in peace, at once evil comes and weighs down your soul through accidie, faintheartedness, and evil thoughts. It also attacks your body through sickness, debility, weakening of the knees, and all the members. It dissipates the strength of soul and body, so that one believes one is ill and no longer able to pray. But if we are vigilant, all these temptations fall away. There was, in fact a monk who was seized by cold and fever every time he began to pray, and he suffered from headaches, too. In this condition, he said to himself, `I am ill, and near to death; so now I will get up before I die and pray.` By reasoning in this way, he did violence to himself and prayed, When he had finished, the fever abated also. So, by reasoning in this way, the brother resisted, and prayed and was able to conquer his thoughts." Sr. Benedicta Ward, "The Desert Christian," (New York: MacMillan Publishing Company, 1975), pp. 83-84

    Sasa Milosevic // 2012-06-16 15:51:28 // //
  • @ now 40 having had to live while the loss of my mother and only parent was @ age 19, there is never a moment that she is not missed. Having to manage an earthly presence while always longing to be in her presence is the hardest place to be in. I know within your realm of power you can muster the strength to encourage Yourself. you have had her in your life for so much of your experience here. A true blessing. One many unforunately don`t have the privilege of. Never minimizing your loss as it is grand. The truth is she has given you so much in all these years and having to know that that has apperared to end, IS WHERE YOU GROW WEAKEST. PLEASE SIR DIG DEEP INTO YOUR SOULS WINDOW, FOR THIS NOW IS HER DWELLING. SHE HAS LEFT IN YOU A RESOVOIR. A NEVER ENDING WELL. FULL OF LOVE. LIGHT. STRENGTH. PEACE. AND POWER TO CARRY ON. GO THERE. STRENGTHEN YOUR RESOLVE FOR SHE IS FOREVER YOUR LIGHT. Eye know this first hand as an only(seed). TRUTH any can rely upon. She will guide you past your pain <3<3<3 Foever Raspect *AroyAlli Oness*

    Aroy Alli Oness // 2012-06-16 15:51:05 // //
  • sounds co dependent. See a counselor

    Marion Good // 2012-06-16 15:50:40 // //
  • I am sorry to hear that!! I am too little to say anything......but you know already.......she has left this body......her soul is always there with you........after my father past away I feel,I have stronger bond with him then is very hard to except when u don`t see a person physical that they are still with us......but she is there with you!! Lord Krishna will give you strength to pass through this toughest time!!

    FaLguni Yogi // 2012-06-16 15:50:30 // //
  • Very sorry for losting ur mother but i say mother is a person u cannot stop luven. God will help u.

    Isaac Sarfo // 2012-06-16 15:49:24 // //
  • Grief counseling. Lost my mom at early age, 18.... it does get better, you must allow time to heal.

    Nancy Squier // 2012-06-16 15:47:29 // //
  • Grief (sorry type-o)

    Ruth Zalduondo // 2012-06-16 15:47:27 // //
  • There is no greater hurt than losing your mother. I lost mine two years ago and I still mourn her. I have learned acceptance with grace to live in this world without her, but know deep in my heart that she is always, always with me. It`s important to honor the grill as this is a tremulous loss for you. I`m am so sorry for your loss, but I also know that your mother is now "The Angel that you know". Aum <3

    Ruth Zalduondo // 2012-06-16 15:46:42 // //
  • Just know that your mother loves you immensely and is extremely proud of your contributions towards society. She is in a wonderful place and always in your heart. A mother`s bond is irreplaceable and her love & support is ingrained within you. With that being said, she`s happy when you are. Stay positive and do what you do best!

    Jatin `Jt` // 2012-06-16 15:43:55 // //
  • I lost my mom in February, but I also know she is around me at all times. Even though I can`t visually see her I still talk to her and have found comfort through taking quiet time for me. I just take moment by moment and do whatever comes to mind at time. Sometimes I watch a movie, read a book, meditate, or nothing at all. The important part is to allow the time to grieve and do what is right for you and don`t let anyone interfere with that. It is a slow process and everyone is different. Good luck, my prayers are with you.

    JoAnn Preen // 2012-06-16 15:43:50 // //
  • Just be present.....

    Anita Blake Gallagher // 2012-06-16 15:43:39 // //
  • she is much happier of pain..and so can you be..if you think the peace is better than pain....her spirit lives forever and you can still life..i believe...sending healing for strenth thu death...just think she is flying thu the stars now free until she comes to earth a new body...

    Shelley Chagnon // 2012-06-16 15:42:31 // //
  • We lost ourselves then after few months or year we understand how much this person has been important for us, the most important.She was our soul, she was what we are now and her lost is for catching the beautiful person we are now, the best of us...

    Marna Tarantola // 2012-06-16 15:39:53 // //
  • Talk with good friends about the great times you remember about her and the funny stuff ....laughing heels.

    Carolina van der Sangen // 2012-06-16 15:39:10 // //
  • I am sorry for your loss. Only you will be able to set yourself at a pace & you will know what that is. I have been there & it`s difficult & painful. You don`t get over a loved one.., you just find a safe place in your life for the memories!! Peace

    Kathy Nelson // 2012-06-16 15:38:22 // //
  • thank you ANGELA BEVAN.

    Patricia Techera // 2012-06-16 15:37:40 // //
  • Most importantly, what you learned from it .. in each teaching lives.

    Carlos Nieves // 2012-06-16 15:37:35 // //
  • I not chops but it makes sense you`re hurting. Sorry for your loss

    Jeannette Ortiz // 2012-06-16 15:37:21 // //
  • Your mother must have been a fantastic person..... You can`t give birth to a Deepak without giving much LOVE...Just ask her what see need from you just Know.....My love to you both from Norway.

    Marie Magdalena Widsteen // 2012-06-16 15:37:19 // //
  • Friends, I think the context of the question is misunderstood. It is not about Deepak losing his mother. It is a question asked to him by someone. He gave his link for the reply. Please read it. Thanks!

    Grace D. Rallos // 2012-06-16 15:35:55 // //
  • Some wisdom for those who respond to the death of a parent- my father died at age 76.I heard -he had his life. Yes,I would prefer he lived until 90 in good health .The last 5/more years he was dangerously ill and could have died sooner.Some people say the wrong thing because they have not experienced loss of parents/they were relieved when parents died not sad and lost and wondering will anyone love me like my parents loved me.

    Miriam Russell // 2012-06-16 15:35:22 // //
  • saddest hardest thing I have ever gone through. even to the day nearly 2 years later. big hugs mr. chopra!

    Amy Muñoz // 2012-06-16 15:35:19 // //
  • So sorry to hear abt ur loss .. Hope u find a way to cope with it .. I`d say thank God for what u had and spiritually she`ll always b with u .. Who u are today is how she brought u up .. U are a part of her .. So she`s not really gone she still lives on and breaths thru u .. So be happy and live it up for her !!!

    Jeeti Gill // 2012-06-16 15:34:35 // //
  • You have no energy because you continue to give her your energy. If she was too close with you during her last months and disease you worried about her giving her your energy. All sick people need energy of health people to compensate their losing energy. Now, pain won over the oyu. You lost the faith ! You are blank. But you will revive by the time. I went through the same. You must open your soul: cry when you have need to cry, think about her, and pray for her. My religion, the Orthodox Christianity, has a rite for dead people. So healing. I sent her name to monks in monastery and they prayed for her soul.I respected all religious sacral rites also so, as a religiou man I found a peace in it. I got a signs that she found peace after one year.

    Sasa Milosevic // 2012-06-16 15:34:33 // //
  • My father passed Aug 8, 2010. I never got to know him until the end after he got sick with Leukemia. He stayed with my family for a few months before passing at his brothers house. I could not face the truth of the experience, nor the openness he offered. Through this I am learning that we have the moment to experience, what we do with it is our choice, and we should always try and be willing to be open to the experience. My father gave me many gifts that I was only able to see after he had gone to the next realm. I am sorry for your loss and hope that your grief is quick and sure, may creator keep your heart strong & safe. Nameste!

    Damon Reichardt // 2012-06-16 15:34:09 // //
  • It is so hard to lose a loved one. I can relate, and part of the grief is not just the mind, but the body too. I am grieving the sudden loss of our 5 month old granddaughter. The funeral was this Tuesday. I am still feeling tired. I think it goes with the territory, and I also have no energy. If you can find one beautiful thing in the a butterfly, the way the sunshine falls upon the trees, or someone gives you a hug, or even just talking to a very good friend. These things can help you get through the day. You will find where you are going, even though it is tough now. I pray soon you will begin to remember the things about her that made you smile. Love to you!

    Debbie J Jones // 2012-06-16 15:33:44 // //
  • I always say the hardest part about living, is losing the one`s we love. Just know that she is with you, even when you feel tired.

    Shana Starr // 2012-06-16 15:33:31 // //
  • I`m with you Mr. Chopra! Don`t give up! We are all one -- don`t forget that. Many sincere hugs go to you now! <3

    Ventsislav Nikolov // 2012-06-16 15:32:47 // //
  • Cherish that you knew your mother`s love...for trust is better to have known the love of a mother than not. I long to feel what you feel even now, my friend...but the sad truth is that I never shall. My prayers to you.

    Christy Hay Feddersen // 2012-06-16 15:32:26 // //
  • do not lost her she always with you.It is not easy to believe she can see u but u cant see her .

    Sarah Ptar // 2012-06-16 15:32:24 // //
  • Very sorry for your loss, I know how you feel, I`ve lost my oldest son 8 months ago and I know what you`re talking about, I`m sending you light and love and there`s nothing more I can say `cause the emptiness inside is too deep, I just long for the moment when we`re together again that`s all I can do.Here goes a big hug...............................

    Connie Philp // 2012-06-16 15:31:57 // //
  • it is very sad event. Mother is very important person in our life..... sorry Deepak. my father has some problems with his health the last months (dermatomiocitis) He has done a lot of check ups ,cholisterol is high, cretinini is high, cvt rate is high and a few hours ago i was listening your cd`s in my car in order to find solution ....your cd`s really inspire me.....thank you very much Deepak

    Elias Tsarouhas // 2012-06-16 15:31:46 // //
  • She has only changed form, she is with and a part of you, her energy lives on...

    Julia Lindner Runyan // 2012-06-16 15:31:32 // //
  • So sorry to hear of your loss. Patience and self love, self love, self love. Sometimes not knowing where you are going is the best medicine, your inner self will guide you, once the shock and grief starts to subside. Much love Brother Chopra to you and your family. ~Om Shanti

    Jessica Pierson // 2012-06-16 15:31:23 // //
  • Change that is so abrupt is hard to embrace. It is natural to feel the grief and pain, so just let it be and let it flow in harmony. However, it is important as well to realize that you didn`t lose your mother, as you are her, and also this world. You contain your mother, this world contains your mother, and so does the Universe. Therefore you, this world, you, and the Universe are your mother and with your mother. We are all energy, and Energy doesn`t die, only transforms. Now she is in another plane of existence, transcending, transforming, always with you, always with light, always with love. All my support Deepak in these hard moments

    Marino Collazos // 2012-06-16 15:31:09 // //
  • Omg since my Mom passed away I feel the same way.. Thankyou for saying it`s normal cause I thought I might be going alittle crazy.. <3

    Gina Albani // 2012-06-16 15:30:57 // //
  • We are nothing but dust in the wind ..... Find a good friend male preferably and spend a good time with him .... A good friend is sunshine in your home ..!!!

    Faddy Habib // 2012-06-16 15:30:56 // //
  • When we experience a loss, whether that of a friend or relative, a job or even the loss of old ways of being, know that it is ALWAYS an opportunity from your Soul to create a New Life; one that is much better suited for who you are becoming. Rather than focusing on the loss, focus on the possibilities that are presenting themselves.~Kara

    Stacey Howard // 2012-06-16 15:30:52 // //
  • :(

    Katrina Dertimani // 2012-06-16 15:30:18 // //
  • Allow yourself to feel whatever it is you feel. Don`t resist it and push it down as if it weren`t there. Yes, we are Spirit; and we are in human form with human emotions. We who are spiritually conscious walk around sometimes acting as if we have to be that all the time. That is the opposite for me anyway of what spirituality truly is. Accepting, loving, and honoring all parts of ourselves allows for an easier grieving process. Let it flow and let it go!!!! Sending love and prayers your way. Blessings!

    Jackey Day // 2012-06-16 15:29:28 // //
  • I`m sorry to hear about your loss, but really, your Mother is always with you, around you and is a part of you. It`s OK to mourn, as you are. Just be quite gentle and kind with yourself. Take care of your body with nourishment and treatments such as acupuncture, massage, hypnotherapy and soaking in healing waters. Much love to you, as I am feeling your loss. Remember: The highest honor to those that were close to us, who have crossed over, by continuing to live our lives in joy, love, laughter, gratitude and trust. When you are ready, honor your Mother`s life by living joyously <3

    Jeanne Normand White // 2012-06-16 15:29:27 // //
  • Be proud of what you`be done, celebrate your mom, and be ok with vulnerability.

    John Tringle // 2012-06-16 15:29:22 // //
  • The body is a vehicle of the spirit which is what we are deep down. The body may decay and age but our spirit never dies. I trully believe that those that pass on get redistributed into the cosmos because that is where we really reside. This existance is just temporary and nothing stays the same. Everything is changing. Everyone is always changing and evolving. I am blessed to be sharing this cosmos with people like you Mr. Chopra. I am sorry for gour loss, but please remember that many people love you.

    Nissar Ahmed // 2012-06-16 15:28:52 // //
  • I have had both parents, 2 husbands, and my son all cross over. my son , this is what killed me. in that killing, i lost the `me`. in losing the `me` i gained who I am and who my son is now. there is now no loss. there is now no death. there is only life.

    Marianne Carter Brown // 2012-06-16 15:28:31 // //
  • sounds like you are the 4th stage of grief, no not disrepair, just breath deep and think of all the happy times you had with her. Let the positive memories and feeling take over. the 5th stage of grief is the upward turn. I know you will be there soon. Prayers of love coming your way.

    Nancy Hedge // 2012-06-16 15:28:31 // //
  • Unless you have regret that is bothering you or something on your should know better that death is part of our lives. You should bring a nice closure to her death....

    Nunu Nevart // 2012-06-16 15:28:09 // //
  • Dearest Deepak, embrace your feelings, accept the sorrow and acknowlegde the smallest good things that happens every day. You have the power to choose how you want to handle the sorrow and you have the possibility to celebrate her life in your doings. All my best wishes <3

    Rikke Schou // 2012-06-16 15:27:58 // //
  • <3 and light.. i still feel it its been 11 yrs ...

    Deepa Lightworker // 2012-06-16 15:27:38 // //
  • so sorry to hear that.... Sending you loving energy!

    Christopher Wilmer Krady // 2012-06-16 15:27:10 // //
  • Grief is a proud lady, who needs attention.....<3

    Isabella Simon-Jonke // 2012-06-16 15:26:26 // //
  • Maybe spend some time remembering the happiest times you had with your mother, it may help guide you back to your path where you no longer feel lost. Get plenty of rest & do the things in life that make you the happiest. My deepest condolences.

    Joshua Ohlgren // 2012-06-16 15:26:01 // //
  • Grief does that to you. Don"t forget to eat, and make to-do lists cause ur memory will be shot for awhile. So sorry for your loss:(

    Kathryn Rippley // 2012-06-16 15:25:52 // //
  • Death is a very big part of life...breathe...

    Rik Sexton // 2012-06-16 15:25:45 // //
  • When I lost MY mother, I couldn`t STOP!! I found myself wound up like a top!!! I held 2 jobs 7 days a weeks and got a few hours of sleep a night for over a year!!! It sounds like we were in 2 different universes but I feel the way you are feeling NOW!!! I am trying swanson vitamins and I tape Dr. Oz every chance I get, because I USED to have energy. You see, my mother passed in the summer of 1994, so I am where YOU are now with the lack of energy and feeling tired all the time. I notice that when I eat healthy proteins in the evening with tryptophan like hummus and turkey and drink `sleepy` tea, I get a better night`s rest, but i am in your boat. I want more advice!!!!!!

    MaryBeth Morse Cartwright // 2012-06-16 15:25:37 // //
  • My advice to you, is to understand that life is a cycle, we live a beautifull life,we enjoy every moment we can, enjoy family, but its part of this cycle, to understand that life comes to an end, only to hold all the beautifull moments, the beaitifull memories, you lived with your mother should give you the energy you need to have a smile of life !! I lost my mother 8 years ago. When I remember her yes its 2 realities, but I regain my energy, through those good memories I shared with her. Have a great day !! keep a smile, live a smile !!

    Alonso Hernandez // 2012-06-16 15:25:36 // //
  • Lamento muchísimo su pérdida. Cariños.

    Mandy Sella Tomba // 2012-06-16 15:24:42 // //
  • Think and dwell on all the good you shared with your mother as well as the legacy she left you and remember as you already know she has just stepped over to where you will one day be. To be absent from the body is to be present with our Maker.<3

    Angela Bevan // 2012-06-16 15:24:20 // //
  • keep your head up, things like this happen to help teach you. i find myself burrying myself in books and reading when i feel great loss so always keep learning, keep expanding your mind,full your head with positive thoughts- positivity is the key to life.. you and your family are in my prayers <3 <3

    Seraya Milani Avila-Mott // 2012-06-16 15:23:40 // //
  • Sir, i know i can`t even imagine what you`re going through, and i know its really a tough time but just want to say that this a part of life and sooner or later you`ve to get over this and move ahead, with all the memories but less grief. I just pray that her soul rests in peace and hope that God gives you the strength to cope up with this situation. All the best!

    Jaideep Singh Arora // 2012-06-16 15:23:31 // //
  • Soulful advice, Deepak. I appreciate your wisdom!

    Trish Wootten // 2012-06-16 15:23:19 // //
  • You have to be able to change the way you think about death/dying. I have also recently lost my father. Grieving is a process and I believe is necessary to go through. There is no time frame for grieving. However, I do believe that just because someone is no longer physically with me; their spirit sure is. I also practice non-attachment. This is a concept that is both beneficial for you and very important for a dying person. They need to be let go of. Much love...

    Chelsey Bartels // 2012-06-16 15:23:19 // //
  • Very-well

    Esperanza Ledezma // 2012-06-16 15:23:17 // //
  • how old are you?

    Marion Good // 2012-06-16 15:22:59 // //
  • Try taking up the drums. Write some music. I recently lost a loved one; and I try to keep busy. A few down days might be OK too. Btw: you are one of my favorite authors

    Eric Oushani // 2012-06-16 15:22:47 // //
  • Breathe! Greet her, thank her, tell her that you love and miss her. Then release her to her highest good! Breathe!!!

    BatSheva Asmar // 2012-06-16 15:22:34 // //
  • I feel as if I wrote that !!!! Yes please advice!

    Ina Steyn Grobler // 2012-06-16 15:21:52 // //
  • Very-well said...

    Violeta Jovanović // 2012-06-16 15:21:40 // //
  • You never really lost your mother, she will be part of your. Life forever, all the best.

    Eileen MacKay // 2012-06-16 15:21:33 // //
  • I`m sorry for your loss. Namaste <3

    Jeannie Christine // 2012-06-16 15:21:29 // //
  • the souls is eternal brother - you will meet again - that is for sure

    Marina Cavic // 2012-06-16 15:21:26 // //
  • Life changes when you loose your mom. Life changes.

    Henrietta Stemley // 2012-06-16 15:21:19 // //
  • "Be thankful for what you have not bitter for what you don`t have" I don`t really have a Mother, other than Mother Earth, but I guess be thankful that you got to spend time with her and live with her. Death is an illusion, we all live forever, conscious spiritual beings having a temporary human experience, so I think we`ll all be re-united someday, and may be on a spiritual level and may not know it.

    Jösh Mallöry // 2012-06-16 15:20:59 // //
  • That was the hardest thing I have ever gone through...losing my Mother...I am so sorry for your loss. The only thing I can tell you to be grateful for now is that you were blessed with one you DO mourn...I hope that makes sense. You are in my prayers and meditations. Love and Light upon you. I love your work and your books. You were at KCET in Los Angeles years ago when I worked t here in the 1990s. I`ll never forget that event. Namaste.

    Rita Richardson // 2012-06-16 15:20:42 // //
  • go to your nearest spiritualist church they will be able to help <3

    Sarah Butterlips // 2012-06-16 15:20:27 // //