This week’s featured Q&A comes from a Double Digits member…
Q: What do you convey to someone who’s extremely afraid of death when they don’t have a spiritual practice. Especially someone worried they might have done something that would cause them to not be accepted into Heaven? How can we help them transition positively, release their fear, and experience more peace during this time?
Channeled from Adironnda through Marilyn Harper:
A: That is a deep question. You see, you can tell them hundreds of times that there is no hell, there is no punishment, that the afterlife is pure love, about reincarnation and reforming, and getting to choose another body to come back to. You can tell them all of that, but it is still up to them to accept it.
You can show them all the television shows about angels and crossing, but it’s still up to them to accept it. So know that you cannot change them. Hold them as they face the light, and they will then feel that love. And it never hurts to let them know that love is the afterlife. You can only love them where they are.
Settle the Energy
We have actually found that music seems to calm the fears, sing to them, or bring in other people to sing to them or play recordings. Music seems to settle that energy, calm it, and release it because music is universal and music transcends reality. So in that capacity, play music, sing to them, and that will help.
Continue to let them know that when they see the Angelic Beings that are bringing them into the afterlife, there is no judgment. There is no judgment day. There’s no big St. Peter at the gate saying, “Well, you’re not good enough. Go that way, no, go in this way.” If there are gates, they open up, and you all walk through. Even though some of them have committed suicide, murder, or done something horribly wrong by today’s definition, they’re still loved deeply in the afterlife and can learn and evolve to do things differently when they return.
Know that you can continually say that to them. Helping them understand that, not trying to convince them, but let the ‘Source of All That Is’ be their guide. And play music for them. — Adironnda & The Council of Light