In this post from May, 2017, a grieving mother explains how she received a beautiful dream gift from her daughter.
“Being a medium, I understand why we come here and when it’s our time to leave, but it doesn’t make grieving any easier,” says Rev. Louise Michaud, who writes about the passing of her daughter Chantal at the age of 29.
Louise is an ordained spiritualist minister, a medium and spiritual counselor among other things. So, when her daughter left the physical world a week following a heart transplant, Louise knew the moment it happened.
Even though she was driving through the rainy night, still a long distance from the hospital where Chantal lay, “I felt my daughter’s soul leave her body,” recounts Louise. “As an intuitive, I knew she had passed, but as a mother I hoped I was wrong.”
Alas, Louise was not wrong. But she says that, since Chantal’s physical death, her daughter has continued to communicate with her. One night she heard Chantal very clearly tell her, “Mom, you have to write my story to help families that have lost a child.”
So, Louise did. And she says she did it with Chantal’s help. The result is A Daughter’s Journey: A Spirit from Heaven, which was published in October, 2014.
In spite of even this close communication, says Louise, “I believe that what we miss the most about our loved ones is the physical part of their being; not being able to see, feel or hear them again in human form. Yes, we have memories, pictures, videos; but, not having them by our side can be devastating…”
That is why one of her most precious communications with Chantal was in a dream:
“I was having one of my moments missing my daughter and crying. I spoke to her and told her how much I missed her, and that what I missed most was holding her, hugging and kissing her.
“That night I had a dream that answered my prayers. It was a vivid dream, so real I could never forget it. I know Chantal and I were actually together.
“She gave me the most wonderful gift a mother could ever hope for: She allowed me to hold her, hug her and kiss her. It was so real, so emotional, and it gave me such comfort. I woke up sobbing but at peace.
“Chantal’s life had great meaning. She had a reason and a purpose to come here, and I know in my heart she was able to accomplish what she came to do. She taught me to be more loving, more caring, and more compassionate toward others. These wonderful qualities we should all possess, to help us to learn and grow spiritually.
“Chantal is always in my thoughts, and I get great comfort knowing she is around me, guiding me. My love for her grows stronger every day.”
You can find out more about Louise and her book here http://messagefromspirits.com/adaughtersjourney/.
If you would like to share your comforting experience with a departed loved one, please get in touch with The Meaning of Forever Project at email@example.com
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loved the post from the ‘grieving mother’ – so moving and yet real – thank you for sharing xx
My Dad passed away from Stage4 Lung Cancer on 8-20-18. And I was daddys girl even at 61 yrs old. Im devasted & take one day at a Time. I believe in these dreams Because my Dad comes to visit me quite often. I can smell him & I swear I hear his voice as if he in the room with me. Most of my other dreams are with color, or hear their voices. And they are blurry. But when Dad comes its beautiful & brings me so much joy & peace & To see him in his healthy body like prior to him getting sick. I Love & Miss him So much.
I’m so sorry to have missed this earlier, Sandra. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I hope you are still finding comfort in seeing your beloved Dad.
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