What Does My Loved One Experience Before Death?

A little baby is born.  Innocent, cute, and pure joy.  As with all things the days, months and years go by.  Babies turn into toddlers then, next thing you know you are dealing with teenagers and adolescence.

You have cherished the many years you have watched these amazing beings grow, learn and become more independent and wise.  You watched them rise and fall.  Fall in love and get hurt.  Send them off to college or university and hope you have taught them all they need to know so they can accomplish tasks of everyday life and fend for themselves.  Finally, comes the day they start their career, family and follow their own path.

It’s all governed by the cycle of life.

But as with time, all things change.  The pace of life, health, and independence to some.  The ageing process sets in.  Bodies begin to change, as the mind.  Some experience the changes earlier than others.  But the change is inevitable.

Then to some comes a time of battling disease, illness, or age itself.  Some are lucky to get help at home for as long a possible and others may end up in hospitals, hospice, or palliative care units.  At this point in life, you are hitting the end of your cycle.  The time where heaven seems so much closer than before.

These changes can be very tough on the individual and their family and friends.  Why and what makes it so tough?

After doing several channeling sessions and personally experiencing these ends stages in life with family or friends, I’ve realised how important this time is just as it was at their birth.  As adults, most tend to have more questions, long term connections with people and want more defined answers.  Yet, afraid to ask.  I’m talking about people that are in the end stages of life and palliative care.

It’s not the change in the facility that a loved one goes in that makes us upset, is it? No. But it is the fact that we know our loved one is near the end of the life cycle and they will be leaving their vessel here on earth as their spirit and soul move back at one with the universe.  The end of their life is near.

So as hard as it is for the family or friends to watch and experience; what about the loved one who is the at this stage in life?

Many people are intrigued to see how their loved ones view the last stages of life.  What they experienced and how they felt.  So, I present you with the answer as it comes from a session with a client of a past loved ones. Many people come in for a reading to connect with their loved one to make sure they are ok and did not suffer.

We, humans, worry a lot and have a hard time in not being able to find answers.  Let’s go to the source of passed loved ones and find out what they may have experienced during the palliative care stage.

One spirit (passed loved one) says that they had triple heart bypass and was in multiple organ failure.  He was on several medications, oxygen and not mobile.  He said that he could keep track and hear people talking, even at the end when was he was not coherent.  He smiles and tells me that medical staff have their regulations, procedures, and protocols they adhere by.  But on a spiritual level things are different.


During several other mediumship sessions passed loved ones explain that they usually do not feel the full pain.  Some have outer body experiences at times.  They say it’s a way for them to experience the spirit realm before they pass fully.  And that they could easily go from the spirit realm back to earth at ease.  They at times even connect with family, friends and pets that have passed.  This gives them the reassurance that they will not be alone and someone will be waiting for them when they do pass.

Another passed individual that I channeled for let their loved one know of the little things they heard their loved one said.  Even to the holding of their hand and kiss on their face.  My client felt peace knowing that their loved one did hear what they had to say and was there.  It was very comforting.

So, from channeling many sessions I have come to also realise that when people are in the end stages of life and at the palliative care state they are preparing for their passing.  They are usually at ease most of the time and experimenting with their next stages of life.  Some even pass a week before their vessel (body) passes as they know some family member may not be ready for them to pass yet.  And no matter the state they may be in if they are not alert or mobile, they still know loved ones are there and can feel, hear or even see what’s going on, but at ease and peace.

It is never easy to watch a loved one in this state but also comforting in another way knowing that they are being taken care of and watched over and watching over us.

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