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Aquarius January 19th, 2009 06:09

Sunshine On A Rainy Day
‘A sorrow can be like a rainy day with Sunlight shining through. Sun through rain creates a rainbow, and so it is with human life! Look to the Sunlight of God, your [true] Father and Mother, knowing that they send you nothing but good, that your loved ones are in their care, and that God’s Love for them is greater than your own, in any case.’

‘We [your guides from the spirit world] say that in normal death, there are occasions when souls have to go through conditions of their physical body that brings them suffering. [None of our afflictions have been thrown upon us by a vengeful God; we ourselves caused them, either in this lifetime or another]. Through that suffering the soul is being healed and cleansed. However, when a normal death follows a life of kindliness and goodwill towards life, I assure you that it is a most beautiful experience. It is then a great initiation into God’s world and the consciousness of God’s love.’ From ‘Have no fear’ Stella Polaris Oct/Nov 2003.

‘We speak to you with all love, when we tell you that there is no death. Only a very thin veil divides you from those who have passed. They are still alive, even as when you knew them, only so much happier [because they are free!]. Because they have lost their physical body, you cannot see them. But the body they are now in is – in its own way – as real and solid as your own. Where they are now, they are seeing and learning that God is indeed a God of love. Their one great hope is that their friends and families may also be awakened to the realisation of the life of spirit, not only after the physical body has been shed, but whilst they are still taking part in the Earth life.

‘We would like to open your eyes to some of the beautiful things which we continually see in our world of spirit. When a soul is newly arrived here and is perhaps feeling a little strange, there comes to them a beam of light. It is a warm, golden ray of light, when they are being drawn close to the spirit of a loved one on the Earth. Then they know that their loved one is thinking of them with joy, and is saying to them: ‘I know that you are alive and that you are happy, and it is making me happy to know that you are happy. Go forward with your work, beloved friend, in your spirit life. I know that there is work for you to do.’ By thoughts like these, those on Earth can do so much for their loved ones, who have shed their physical body.

Words in square brackets have been added by me in the hope of further clarifying the meaning of White Eagle's wisdom

From Comfort for the Bereaved'

With love and light,

Aquarius August 14th, 2011 04:09

Letting go of a young one ...
Letting Go Of A Young One

A young boy had been in the world of spirit for some time, without ever joining into anything. Although time does not exist in that world, for better understanding we shall use this term here. Can you picture him being seated on a bench in a beautiful park with beds full of beautifully coloured and scented flower and great swathes of lush verdant grass? He is watching some children playing together nearby, and it is easy to see that he dearly wishes he could join them; yet, he remains seated on his bench. Despite being away from home, he is at peace. Because he is surrounded by so much love and warmth, he feels at home and safe where he is now and instinctively knows that this is a good place, where everybody is at peace and safe.

A lady dressed in white joins the children and gives each one a big hug. She tells them that everything is fine here; that there is no need for them to suffer any more; and that she is now going to show them around. She beckons the children and shows them a wonderful playground. All but one get up and skip over to her, join hands and start singing and dancing with joy. The little boy is still sitting on his bench. Watching the other children enjoying themselves is making him sad and his head is down.

To find out what is wrong with him, the lady joins him and asks: ‘Why aren’t you coming to play with the others?’ He replies: ‘I have been here for a while and have tried to go with you and the other children to the playground, but each time I get up, my mother starts to cry and I feel her sadness like an iron grip on me. That’s why I stay here by the gate to comfort her. My Angel tells me that I have to continue to do this until she lets me go.’ Looking towards the wonderful world ahead of him, and the children he cannot join, his sadness returns and his head goes down again. But then, all of a sudden his eyes light up and he asks the lady: ‘Do you think you could ask the Angels to give my mother a message that I am safe and that I shall always love her, so she can let go of me?’ The lady smiles and replies: ‘I will do my best.’

And do you know something? The Angels inspired this story especially for you – and everybody else who has ever lost a young one. Their advice is that you feel your love for the one who has gone from you in your heart and acknowledge it. But know that love is eternal and that the loving bond that once was between the two of you will always be; that it cannot die and therefore will be yours to call upon, whenever you feel you need it. Grieve for a while, but then let the loved one go and set them free.

Edited by Aquarius

From ‘Comfort for the Bereaved’

With love and light,


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