Loss or the perception of it is one of the most difficult experiences we go through as humans. Even the most positive, outgoing, and Faith-full breaks down at the reality of the inevitable law of life; the transition from body to soul. I am one of them. I am reaching out to my faith and beliefs as I face the beginning of my father’s final voyage. We would love to be surrounded by our loved ones forever. It doesn't work like that, at least not the way we would like it to be. What am I doing to carry on? How am I managing my pain?
Years ago I stumbled into a wise man who introduced me to Soul alchemy. It sounds like magic and it is. Soul alchemy is the realization that the origin of all human experience is in our consciousness, that our inner world reflects the outer; a permanent link between consciousness and circumstances.
I have reached out to it to get rid of my fears knowing the body is a well-crafted instrument we are given to navigate this physical world while the soul lasts forever. Soul alchemy has helped me in choosing my thoughts, words, and feelings bringing only those speaking healing and peace. As I deal with the possibility of “losing” my dad, I have chosen to send light his way, to celebrate our life together instead of mourning his absence; to be grateful for all the memories we created.
Faith stands for believing without any need of evidence to prove it. Love is the invisible and unbreakable thread uniting us all. I believe it is that love we are all made of the responsible for keeping our faith strong; the assurance that those we have loved remain with us even after crossing over.
All life is sacred. Every stage is divine. This is what soul alchemy is about, the awareness, enjoyment, and acceptance of sacred living. When I think everything is falling apart, I am sustain and empower by the sacredness of life.