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Remembering Lost Loved Ones at Halloween

Tagged: bereavement, family, loss, paranormal, psychic, spirit world,

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Halloween, celebrated all around the world on the 31st October has become synonymous with traditions such as trick or treating, sweets and costumes. For many however, this holiday’s roots go a lot deeper than fancy dress parties. Halloween holds great significance for those who embrace its original meaning and it has strong spiritual importance. Traditionally, Halloween was known as ‘All Souls Day’ or ‘All Hallows’ and was strongly linked to the paranormal. Many people believed that the souls of the dearly departed were close by and they would even set a place at the dinner table for them in case they visited. For those who believe in life after death, Halloween can be a spiritually rewarding experience and a chance to pay homage to lost loved ones. Even if you aren’t convinced of the afterlife, you may still want to honour lost loved ones. Why not use Halloween as an opportunity to reflect on family and friends who have helped guide you along your path. If you’re thinking about a lost loved one this Halloween, read on for some ideas on how you can celebrate and honour them… Have a family reunion One of the best ways to honour a lost family member is to keep in touch with relatives and keep any family traditions alive. You could even use the opportunity to visit their grave, lay some flowers and pay your respects. Rediscover old photos Another great way to remember someone is to dig out old photo albums, home videos, or other bits of family memorabilia. Take the time to cherish the memories and think about the people that were there. Make a habit of remembering them You don’t have to wait until 31st October to remember your loved ones. Quiet reflection at a regular time of day can be just as effective in keeping their memory alive. Giving thanks or thinking about your time together will deepen your appreciation for the contribution they made to your life. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you feel a connection to them. Connect with them If you want to take advantage of the great spiritual energy at this time of year why not get in touch with one of Psychic Light’s talented psychic mediums? Our readers use their knowledge and experience to assist you to reach out to the other side, and connect you to a lost loved one. Once somebody has physically died, they move into the spirit world and continue to exist and communicate with us telepathically. Just like when your loved one was here on earth, they will still be able to support you from the other side. They can share times of happiness and joy with you, and guide you through important events and changes in your life. Many Psychic Light readers including Hazel, Jay, Mavis and Robbie are also talented mediums. Why not take a look at who’s available and get in touch today!

Posted: 28/10/2015

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