The subject of suicide has come up in my mediumship work. It’s important to make the distinction between suicide and a death in which someone overdosed on a substance. Accidental overdose deaths are not necessarily suicides. The distinction is in the intent. In the case of a suicide, one consciously decides to take one’s life.
My understanding of what happens to a soul following a suicide is based on experience. People commit suicide for a variety of reasons, but most involve deep-seeded emotions. They can feel angry, depressed, lost, confused, and lonely just to name a few of them. Often after their passings, suicide victims remain in this emotional state until someone reaches out to them.
In Hinduism, there is a Sanskrit word dharma one of it’s meanings can be translated into “life purpose”. When one does not know or follow the dharma, disease can manifest. Although I’m Catholic, I believe the concept of life purpose is universal to all religions. We’re all here for very specific purposes. When we take our own lives, our purposes on Earth remain unfulfilled. In most cases, beyond the deep-seeded emotions of suicide victims, a disconnect in the life purpose exists.
People can reach out to suicide victims through prayer, loving thoughts, or by verbally calling out to them. Once someone reaches out to them and helps them through the death state, the soul can begin healing. In my experience, suicide victims go to a healing place on the other side. They’re there for as long as they need healing. Some souls choose not to heal. They reject their guides and they literally roam in darkness. But God is benevolent and the door to healing is always open, when they are ready.
What can we do on Earth to help those experiencing suicide? First, you can bubble your energy, ground and tunnel yourself in light. The energy of suicide is cloaked in darkness and low vibrational energy, which can spread. Make sure to protect yourself from any dark impressions by bubbling and tunneling light. Then you can call out to the person who has committed suicide. Tell them,”Get up and step into the light.” Then ground your energy, and send the bubble away. Thank your guides for helping you in the process and thank God for the ability to help others. When we help others, we grow closer to each other and to God.
If you know any people on the Earth touched by suicide. Send them loving thoughts and healing. Pray for their emotional scars to heal. Suicide leaves people in darkness and sadness. Sending light can help the healing process.
In love and light,