If you have lost a beloved pet then you know the heartache that follows.
Just remember, you signed up to experience everything with your animal companions which includes losing them. I'm sure you would go through it all again and endure the pain from grief just to have them in your life. I know I would. In a heartbeat. Yes, it hurts so bad when they die but keep in mind your beloved pet is sharing a very sacred moment with you.
The end of life for your pet is as precious as the moment they are born...
To experience the final moments is deeply special. A combination of love, trust, and total devotion you both have for each other. When possible, help them make their transition out of their body calmly, with love and dignity, just as when they were born.
Yes, it hurts, it hurts beyond words. It is a crushing blow but you are one very lucky pet parent to share that sacred moment with them. In the wild, most animals retreat somewhere alone. So sharing their final hours with you is very sacred.
If you can't be with them in their final moments, they will understand.
Just tell them right now how you feel...
They will hear your words and know that you love them with your whole heart and soul and would have done everything to be there for them if you could. Don't dwell on it. I promise you they don't.
If an accident took them I promise you they will not blame you...
We blame ourselves for what happened but they don't see it that way. They know you love them above all else. That is all that matters. It comes down to the love you share. So as hard as it is to let go of the blame it is a useless waste of energy that you could be using right now to send them love-filled messages.
Flip it around for a moment and think about this:
If you were on the Other Side, which message would you rather get from the one you love the most?
An agonizing pain-filled message filled with guilt and remorse or a love-infused surge full of magical memories
In over 23 years, I have never had a single pet say their mom or dad ended their life.
Let me repeat that: I have NEVER had a SINGLE pet say their mom or dad killed them. EVER!
In fact, I've never had a single session where the pet said that they were angry, upset, or blamed their beloved human caretakers.
Even in the worst abuse cases I've worked on the pets do not see things the way we do.
Your departed pet knows they can let go of anything that no longer serves them.
They are far more intelligent than we give them credit for aren't they?
So, I ask you this...Are you ready to stop sending agonizing messages?
If yes, please post it below and state your promise in writing that you will do your best to send your departed pet only the most love-filled messages you can. Allow yourself time to grieve and honor the emotions but honor your pet too and send only the very best messages.
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