My Aunt Died Yesterday at 6:30am

Posted Friday, November 19th, 2010. Filed Under Voices of wisdom

November has been a weird month for many … I am not sure how you are feeling. I know of so many people who have a family member who is really sick or has experienced a serious health issue. In the last few weeks as I have been reconnecting with people for our Aviva Community Fund contest – yes still going strong – I am asking how their family is and they are telling me of a brother-in-law, sister-in-law, parent and so on that is really sick; sick to the point of dying.

My aunt decided two weeks ago that she no longer wanted to live the way she was and took herself off meds that were really just keeping her at a mediocre state. I remember going in to see her and talking to her that when she is ready she will go to a better place. She cried and said she wanted to go now. I told her that she will go when she is ready (spiritually, emotionally and physically) and that for now to sleep and just allow people to come by and say good-bye. From the time of her decision to the time of her death it was very short. I went to see her the day before she passed away and she was in this semi-comatose state however I know she can hear me. I sat with her for a short while for I wanted her to sleep. She kept trying to talk and because her lungs were filled with mucus it was difficult so I told her not to talk. I did ask if she is ready to go and if so then it is her time. Her son stayed with her overnight and that morning, 6:30am she passed on.

I have a number of friends who have a heightened psychic abilities (we all have psychic abilities) and they have told me her mother, my grandmother, helped her pass over and that she is much happier. That makes me feel good.

I will touch on this topic next week as we are about to go into the U.S. Thanksgiving — and with all that seems wrong in our world, there is still a lot to be grateful for.

With so many people “checking out” of this human world, I ask that those of us who remain, continue to be in the moment, trust and know that we are meant to be happy, healthy, peaceful, and abundant in all areas of life. It really comes down to a state of mind. If you can learn to be in the moment then you are not concerned with what has passed, for you cannot change it, and you don’t have to worry about what will be – just enjoy the PRESENT of life and be present in all that you, feel and be.

Have a wonderful weekend.

All my love,


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