End of Life Healing Sessions
The end of a person’s life, or possible ending, is a time in which to reach out for support. There is so much to process and work through – strong emotions, family and relationship complexities. Health issues. Spiritual preparation and growth that calls to be honoured in the time that is left.
While a session or two can be a great addition to your ongoing support system, many people like to receive frequent sessions for weeks or months. They use sessions to check in, as well as to to help shift blockages and old impurities, as this is often a time of very rapid and intense spiritual growth. Energy healing is also very helpful for cleansing, and preparation to leave loved ones and conflicted unresolved relationships behind.
We don’t always get to complete what we long to finish at this time. Things are not always orderly or clear or simple. Peace does not come on command.
Ongoing support for end of life processes
Most people experience some degree of loss of autonomy, as others step in to help.
And holding the space for someone who is nearing the end of their life is also intense. There is a huge sense of responsibility, and often a feeling that you may have made a mistake, or a fear that you have let the person you are caring for down in some way.
In short, there is a need for more hands and hearts, for community, for reflection.
For some, prayer and connection to a higher power is central. For others, this may not feel comfortable or right.
The role of an energy healer is to offer support in shifting blockages, to aid in connecting to your intuition and your Soul’s peace and wisdom, to ease the flow of the energy field, to help you find insight and higher perspective, and to be one more person holding space.
We usually work on a sliding scale, so that you get the care you need, and some kind of exchange is maintained. This is a time when money is often in short supply! So it is very important that you are financially comfortable with having the sessions that you need.
For the same reason, we usually only take on one client living with life-threatening or terminal illnesses at a time. It is a great honour to hold space for someone who is working with these issues, and also a great responsibility.