Loss is an inescapable part of life. Recovering from the death of someone close to us is especially difficult. Linda Drake, an intuitive life path healer, uses her gift for channeling souls on the Other Side to help the bereaved find comfort and healing. In ‘Reaching Through the Veil to Heal’, she shares powerful, true stories that underscore vital lessons in accepting loss, coping with grief, understanding death, and reconnecting with life. From the deceased wife who helps her husband find new love to the baby who uses his life to impart medical knowledge . . . these enlightening tales touch the heart and remind us of the soul’s endurance. Readers can also find inspiration here to heal from other losses, such as losing a job or ending a relationship.
Chapter Two – Death: moving forward to a new purpose
“This chapter is totally based on my experiences with spirits who have passed over and information I have received from Spirit. Accept the information that feels comfortable for you and release the rest. We are not all at the same place on our paths. That is what makes life an adventure: treasures all along our path wait for us to discover them when we are ready. Early on in this adventure of my life, I was given this message from Spirit:
Death was a gift from God. It was God’s reward to us for completing our life’s purpose. Through death we were being allowed to return home to God’s unconditional love. His love heals all of the wounds of our life and He rewards us for meeting the challenges of our life purpose.
God was with us when we designed what our lives would hold; God saw the ambition within us as we chose to heal the karma of our many lifetimes. He surrounded us with His angels and guides to support us through these challenges. The importance of our life purpose is not determined by the length of our life. Whether our life consists of 99 years or less than one hour, we have a life purpose. When that purpose is fulfilled, we are rewarded as God sends His special angels to hold our hands and heart when we choose to come home.”