Belief in an afterlife helps in the healing of grief

Death touches us all, yet it is the least understood experience we’ve come to know as human beings.  As the Bible (King James Version) tells us in Proverbs 4:7 “Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore, get wisdom; and with all thy getting, get understanding.”

Are we more than a finite being?  Can the infinite part of us, which is connected to our creator via strings of light, learn more?  As a soul, we come here with the gift of freewill—to think, to choose, to explore, to discover, and then to know.  And it’s my belief that the more we understand that death is just a part of life, not the opposite of it, the easier and quicker we will work through the five stages of grief that Elisabeth Kübler-Ross told us about many years ago… denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance.   Is there someone you know who is suffering from having lost a loved one or who is fearful of the death experience, possibly themselves?  An article written for Essential Wellness magazine (pg. 22)  that may help someone with their beginning stages of healing…  Blessings to those in Boston who are trying to heal on so many levels.   The heart of our nation feels for you.   http://issuu.com/essentialwellness/docs/0612ew-final?mode=embed&layout=http%3A%2F%2Fskin.issuu.com%2Fv%2Flight%2Flayout.xml&showFlipBtn=true&proShowSidebar=true

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Kent Smith Adams is the founder of Universal Life Strings LLC. ULS is an organization that promotes the understanding of death as a part of life, and brings a higher level of awareness where life and the afterlife meet. Kent is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® ; her passions have led her on a lifelong study of metaphysics and more recently, theoretical science. A NASA contractor for 24 years, Kent now works as an Operational Psychology Coordinator in the human spaceflight operations program, supporting astronauts and their families. She lives in Houston, TX. www.UniversalLifeStrings.com
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