Have you ever lost a loved one?
Do you know where they go from here?
2010 was a major turning point in my life. My mother’s spirit merged to the afterlife and it was one of the most difficult times in my life.
I’m sure many of you can relate to losing a loved one very dear to you.
Well, for me it seemed like my whole world had stopped and the world around me just kept going. I couldn’t think properly and l couldn’t function properly either. To be honest, l was an absolute mess. I had to look after my father and be a pillar of strength for him as well as care for his needs as he was eighty-three at the time. l asked my father to came and live with us, which was wonderful.
I can recall living life on autopilot, not really knowing what l was doing. I knew the source was a very big part of my life and l knew l was guided considerably through the grieving process.
This was a tough time in my life when l really learned a lot about myself. It was also a huge awakening for me too. My eyes opened wide to the unforeseen and unpleasant behavior and disconnection of siblings. That was a true eye-opener for me. Instead of coming together in communion they were more like distant wolves in the moonlight.
l was very fortunate to have my dear loving husband and children who were there for me like comforting pillows. They were wonderful and helped to the best they could especially when they hadn’t gone through loss before or relate to what l was going through. Needless to say, they were there.
Meditation was a big part of my life, and l found it very soothing and grounding for me. At that time l was also doing automatic writing and it was one the best outlet for me to be by myself and write. This allowed the emotions to flow and the healing to take place.
In the mitts of all the writing, l had an idea.
I felt very excited about this idea and it gave me a breather from feeling sad.
I thought about it day and night and began to write my manuscript for Heavenly Home. This was a great thing for me. After l wrote it, l put it into my cupboard, and that’s where it stayed for nine years.
So early this year l began to clear out my unwanted stuff and l noticed my manuscript of heavenly home sitting in a box.
It got me thinking. I should be publishing this and helping children who are going through the grieving process or to have knowledge of this.
This is why l wrote heavenly home
Heavenly Home is a delightful storybook based around a young girl whose love one passed to the afterlife and her perspective of how she deals with her loss. It is for children of all ages who can benefit from this book.
Today l sit very proud and honored to be the Author of heavenly home and l have endless gratitude for the experience and for the universal guidance which guided me to write this book for children.
I am forever grateful.