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Azalea Hazelwood

Shockingly beautiful, Robert.

Thank you for your words, your light, and your divine insight. I am grateful for your honest and full-hearted commitment to your process, particularly when it pertains to grief. The subject is difficult to define, yet you've carved it so beautifully over the years… when read in procession from 2006 to present, its full-figured form is (as you described): breathtaking.

Thank you.

Ilse

Bless you Robert.....

Beth in SoCal

Thank you. Lost my Dad April 2010. My mom is nearing her end in this realm. God bless us all. Strength, courage, and compassion for each of us is my daily prayer. As an aside Robert... I have received for decades precognitions and the most strange synchronicity occurrences; some of the most powerful have occurred after the passing of a friend and a beloved dog-friend. I have no words of wisdom and no explanation, save this comment: There is life, or something akin to life, beyond the veil. These occurrences of mine I believe are but intimations of some otherness beyond our comprehension.

L

Robert, your words bring me to tears. I know you're explaining your grief, but it is my grief as well. So eliquent, beautiful, painful, true. Thank you. You are a gift to all of us.

Anne

Blessings, Robert.

Micheline

Robert, these posts touch my soul deeply. I lost my mom when I was 11 and I lost my dad when I was 15. Life was really rough in between that time until I hit my mid twenties. I had no one to talk to. It took years to process this stuff. Still, most people can not really understand. But, it makes me who I am today. I think having gone through all that and having to deal with that kind of loss as a kid makes you feel really abandoned. Then you walk into life thinking everyone is going to leave me. When you have friends who stick around. The meaning of their friendship takes on a much deeper note in your soul. That they see you for who you are and you learn that real people care and that there is love in everywhere. Thanks for posting this and showing us your heart and not being afraid to show your vulnerable side. By the way. I have you ever seen TED TALKS. I saw one the other day that blew me away by Socioligist/Social Worker. Her name is Bene Brown. It was one of the best TED TALKS I have ever seen. I forgot the title. It is was beautiful. I just wanted to share that with you.
Peace and thanks again for sharing your heart.

Nicolas

I am sure that many have tears in their eyes as they read your post(s) regarding grief. There are many ways to experience the loss of a loved one. As many I have been through the experience many times and each one is different for the lost of a person is an individual loss. I have also "lost" a daughter, it is the hardest, heavier, deeper, life transforming grief I have experienced. Through the years and with much struggle I also learn that within all the pain there was a gift hidden inside the experience. She also has made me (and still does) a better human being and has open the doors to many realisations and insights. The message to those that grief is to understand that the process is a natural one, that it should be allow to flow in the way it needs to flow, that we can heal from it even when it stays whith us ever present, and that the process will be overcomed and we will find the gift of life and the power to overcome death, that is, we will live the power of love. Then, we only need to share it as best we can.
Blessing be,
Nicolas

nan

Warm blessings, Robert, as you navigate this day, this week, this year.

ka

In America, if you grieve wrong, get ready for a DSM diagnosis. There is not enough discourse on the wisdom, depth, reality, and care we need and give when grieving. The value of your sharing on this topic, Robert, is inestimable. Thank you for keeping it in view, as you've done.

Elizabeth

My heart reaches out to you Robert and all who have suffered such a terrible loss. Really hard to explain this journey, but you have managed it so eloquently!! I have had to cope with a similar loss, although not of a child, since 1988, and I have felt adrift without a sail! It is only since last year that I have found myself able to release and forgive and find some peace.... in fact, ever since I discovered your site, a few months ago, I seem to have turned the corner and started to put myself together again.
I feel so priviledged to be part of this.....May your God bless you Robert, and everyone here xx

chickie

A blue candle is lit for you this evening sending and surrounding you with Maria/Mare, my dear Highness!

H

Thinking of you & thanks to you for your great kindness in your sharing, blessings be Hx

Sara

Robert, thank you for sharing your beautiful and generous insights that have come to you through pain to help the rest of us. Your words are truly helpful. After reading the article, then when reading the titles of the previous articles, the floodgates opened and I had to let the tears roll for awhile.

I want to share with you that on October 27,1996, in the wee hours of the morning (just a few hours, by the way, after I met my current significant other), the previous love of my life died unexpectedly in his sleep at age 44 of an undiagnosed heart condition. Although we were no longer in a romantic relationship, I felt as though I had been widowed. The following weekend I was performing in a dance concert that I produced and choreographed much of. I was falling apart but had to follow through with this huge responsibility at the same time. One of the works was a duet to the accompaniment of singers with text from Song of Songs, "Love is stronger than death." As I danced with my male dance partner in dress rehearsal to those words, the tears were flowing and I somehow had to get through it. Of course I dedicated the concert to my lost loved one, who had been the first musician that I created a work with. It took many rituals and about a decade for me to get to where I could accept this loss as part of the fabric of my life and make some kind of peace with it.

Thank you for your gift.

Joanne

Blessing upon you Robert for your continued sharing of the vast knowledge and experience that you have. My heart immediately opened to the loving vibration and healing for the shared grief of our children. Like you, I also felt the profound wound and thru my ability to unify with Source, and my personal understanding of Oneness, life lessons and our "choices", I have been able to accept, forgive myself and "KNOW" that we are eternally connected. I miss the 'physical' aspect at times, as to be expected but know that our time together was complete, as was the Divine Order. I learn that thru helping others during their time of grief, I also help myself.
Heart hugs, and great thanks,
Joanne

Jean

Thank You Robert,
the passing of our dear ones is always hardest as we are confronted with the illusions of separation, physical space, and being left left behind..and time is irrelevant it would seem. Yet, this also indicates that the relationship of love we share with those who have moved on, never ends-and never will. I know this is always a deep and thoughtful time of year for you, often filled with moments of deep grief and unanswered questions-how could anyone on this side answer them?
I wish you much healing and comfort on this cyclical return, of this phase of your personal journey.
There IS SATCHITANADA. A reality of deep and profound peace, where there is nowhere to go, nothing to get, nothing to fear..ever. As you have written in past articles, it is the field in which we live, move, and have our being, though often times "the world" would blind us of it's existence and it's profound existence.
Much love and healing to you Brother.
Namaste

Robert

Hi all - Thanks so much for your offerings to this part of my story. Of course, it was many years ago, and I haven't felt personal sorrow in a long time, since I know the relationship of this life to the greater Life that we live forever. However, due to opening to that, I can experience deep compassion rather than grief when I'm in the presence of the bereaved.

Actually, since beginning this journey 24 years ago, I walk between the worlds more now than almost ever before. These offerings (and all that this community contributes with your comments) are offered for those who need comfort, community, and compassion as they walk through the Valley of the Shadow, as well as those who are privileged to walk that walk with them. When we're in hell, a buddy is almost always welcome.

That said, for those who still are suffering over the loss of a loved one, I can state that because I was willing to heal, whatever it took (as I offered you in my book "Love Dad"), I can truly say that we can heal out of pain into compassion, sorrow into joy, frustration into maturity, suffering into wisdom, and fear into love.

If I hadn't walked this walk I couldn't be here with you today. I've known many who gave up on life, but I never did, and over time as we fully embrace the integration of our personality with our Higher Self and Soul/Spirit, we know what's passing and what's Eternal. Thanks all for checking in and contributing to this dialog for all those who find their way to this gentle place.

Dubharey

Very profound words. It would be great to put a face and a voice to the words written on this blog, Robert. You sound like such a multifaceted interesting individual, compassionate -both worldly and other worldly. Your heart and soul reach out to your readers, yet the sense I get mostly from your writing is that you are a cerebral person.

I am glad to hear that you are healed and have been able to journey forward using your pain as a gateway to a much better place. This place you speak of sounds wonderful.

Good luck as you travel onward and upward.

May the heavens watch over you and yours.

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