Many of us have bad experiences in our life. Some involved lost in something valuable to us. Do we take time to grief? Grieving such losses is important because it allows us to ‘free-up’ energy that is bound to the lost person, object, or experience-so that we might re-invest that energy elsewhere. Until we grieve effectively we are likely to find reinvesting difficult; a part of us remains tied to the past. Grieving is not forgetting. It is about learning to accept what has happen and embrace to grow over. Comforting ourselves in such period is crucial, it is one of the main support we need to be able to learn from these experiences.
The ultimate goal, here requires us to be a little more aware about our selves in which involving in balancing in all of our four bodies, not forgetting that the spiritual body is as important as the other three. “It is then that you realize that you are never alone,” for Him is with you. “You will know that there is something more than our earth/life experience, you will feel a form of unity with a higher force/energy, you will know that something “more” is for you and with you. You will also feel that you haven’t lost the connection to those you believe you have lost.” And perhaps most important, being balanced means “that you realize we are all worthy and whole beyond measure.”