How to Deal With the Death of a Loved One?


How to Deal With the Death of a Loved One?

The death of a loved one is always a moment of deep sadness, and this feeling is totally natural, because we are going to miss him, we know it.

Monja Coen, in her video “How to deal with the death of a loved one?” suggests a reflection about the sadness level that is being experienced, centred on bereaved family, and the possibility to reframe and look at the moment and say: “I Love You so much. I want you to go to into the Infinite light and find fullness.” The family member can make a praying, an offer, and ask for the blessings of the Universe, so that this being that I love is well.

When changing perspective, it helps in the grieving process, because focusing on wanting your loved one to be okay is different from getting focus on the suffering caused by the loss. That is the love, where the loved one is intended to be well.

It might be interesting to say “stay well, go well, it’s ok here. I will miss you, but you live in me, so I feel your presence even in your absence!”

Monja Coen explains that this look represents real love and a full integration, even with the absence of the loved one. She gives the example of our parents that usually die before us, and suddenly we start to realize that they are in us, because we start to do things like them, and realize I’m doing like my father, I’m doing like my mother, my grandfather, my grandmother, so they are in me, they live in me!

People pray to thank the life that was, and how good it was to share it with the loved one, “It was good, and I miss you, I learned from you and I will become, I will transmit and continue your existence in my existence.”

With this wonderful reflection, Monja Coen helps each one of us to understand that the best way to honor our loved one that died is to express his best version in our lives, and move on in a very positive and constructive way.

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