Dealing with Others’ Suffering … by Alice B. Clagett

Revised; originally published on 25 August 2013 

Dear Ones,

I just went through a near death experience with a telepathic acquaintance of many years. I knew he was in great pain and mental confusion. He thought he was dying. I moped around for an entire day, bursting out in tears now and again.

Then I thought, what can I do, in a physical sense? I don’t know who he is, really. (The mind is a great  liar.) I don’t know where he lives, or whether he’s in the hospital.  I don’t really know anything at all about him, except that he’s in great pain and mental confusion. So yesterday I spent some time walking the Earth and balancing my aura front and back.  And I had a better day.

That night I felt grace pouring into my physical frame, and I asked his guides and angels to crowd round his side. To offer strength and solace and see him through. If he was dying, let their care continue on the other side. And somehow, through their love, I felt the fear and upset in him loosen. Then grace, which had been knocking at his topmost door propped firmly shut by those dark emotions, flooded in, and in, and in. And he recovered.

What if he had passed, I wondered? Would it not have been the same? Loving care to the left and right of him, and above and below.

And what of me? Was not my lesson to let divine grace and love overflow in me, no matter what misery I sense in this duplicitous dimension? And to leave in the competent hands of Spirit the healing that each of us seeks. ‘Nough woe for me. Bring on the light and joy!

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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grace, suffering, near death experience, telepathy, clair, death, empathy,

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