Linda Lancashire Psychic

Loss

Hello Readers,

The strongest and most beautiful people we have known are those who have known heartbreak, suffering, struggle, loss and have found their way out of those depths despite the odds against them. Anyone with a heart, a family, loved ones, beloved pets, has experienced loss of one kind or another and no one escapes unscathed. Every story of separation is different, but as painful as it is to accept, the experience of loss is all part of life and what makes us human. When you lose someone you can’t live without, your heart will be badly broken and the bad news is that you never get over the loss of your beloved. Anyone who has really lost something or someone they thought was theirs forever finally begin to realise that really nothing ever belongs to any of us. We just have to make the most of what and who we have whilst we have it.

But there is also good news.  Our memories of our lost loved ones live forever in our broken hearts. The wounds never really heal properly, the scars will always be there, but it’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. During the course of time, you come through it, you learn to live with it, because life has to go on. It’s a bit like having a broken leg that never heals perfectly, that still hurts and aches when the weather gets cold, but you learn how to dance with the limp.

Have you ever lost someone and wish you could have had just one more day with them, just one more conversation, one more hug? There will have been a time when you thought they would be around forever. If so, you know you can go through the whole of your life collecting days but none will ever really make up for the day you really wished you could have back.

Depending on what it is, sometimes a loss can indicate a new beginning. It can be a gift you have been given to get you on the right pathway you are meant to be on, not to where you think you should have gone. There are times in life when a ‘shift’ of energy works out for the best in the long run, although at the time of all the drama happening, it certainly does not necessarily feel like it. For example, if someone has been in a bad relationship, where deceit and betrayal have taken place, or in a job where you dread going to, day in and day out, then the parting of the ways becomes a good thing because it gives a person the chance to start over again, but wiser for the experience.

Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss contains its own lessons and hopefully serves to make us all better and nicer people with more understanding, compassion and empathy for others as a result of our incredible journeys through this life.

Until Next Week,

Love and Light,

Linda and The Lulas xxx

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