guided spirit images
Grief over the death of a loved one is the most difficult and challenging part of anyone’s life. Everyone at some point in their life will experience and have to deal with the loss caused by the death of a loved one.
The death of a loved one produces symptoms of grievance. The symptoms affect all aspects of the body, mind, and spirit. These symptoms include loss of appetite, difficulty concentrating, insomnia, development of stress-related illnesses, guilt, frustration, anger, depression, withdrawal, and disconnection from others.
Many people hoped for the opportunity to meet and interact with a deceased loved one. Spirit-led images can provide this hope. People traditionally believe that death is final and that a person can no longer interact with a deceased loved one. However, the Spirit Guided Visualization process works differently than the traditional belief system. It addresses the survival of consciousness after physical death. It allows a person to communicate with a deceased loved one on a different level of consciousness.
At that level, a person can communicate and interact with a deceased loved one. This profound event affects and changes every aspect of a person’s body, mind, and spirit. As a result, the symptoms of distress are reduced and the person can recover faster from grief.
The induction process begins with bodywork and is followed by relaxation and guided imagery. When the state of relaxation between alpha and theta is reached, the person is guided to meet the spiritual image of a deceased loved one. It continues the communication and interaction between a person and a deceased loved one, which causes emotional discharges and puts an end to the symptoms of suffering.
Spirit-guided imagery complements grievance counseling and support groups and is a complementary technique. It is not a substitute for medical or psychiatric treatment. Spirit-guided imagery is not appropriate for complicated complaint situations, specific mental health conditions, or traditional belief systems. These people should be referred to an appropriate health care provider.
The facilitator leading the session should be experienced in grief management, conducting a guided imagery session, and using the 14 purge pressure points or other bodywork techniques. Proper application of this knowledge and techniques by a facilitator helps reduce stress and anxiety and further promotes relaxation of mind and body. A facilitator should have a list of referral resources available for counseling and support groups.
In short, spirit guidance images allow a person to interact with a deceased loved one. It provides links and opportunities for interaction between a person and a deceased loved one. Help a bereaved person reduce symptoms of grief and move on with their life.