Songs for Healing Your Heart- Letting Go
In healing numerology, 9 is the number for letting go. As it takes 9 calendar months for a baby to be born, then this number precedes a birth.
This video is extremely beautiful. I chose it in memory of my mother, who died 12 years ago.
This song is dear to my heart as my sister and I chose it to be played at my mother’s funeral. My mother had suffered from mental illness for over 30 years, so the words have a special meaning for us.
There can be no greater letting go than the death of a loved one.
I view death as a journey, a transition from one state of being to another. And in time, a rebirth of the soul.
The Night I Died
by Tracy Cochran, Parabola, Jun 21, 2013
Yesterday I came across this amazing story about one woman’s near death experience. She was attacked and and almost choking to death. In that moment she felt the presence of an enormous Love being directed at her heart. This is an excerpt:-
The column of light joined a much greater light that descended to meet it. Behind the abandoned tenements, behind my attackers, behind all the appearances in this world, there was a gorgeous luminosity. It was clear to me that this light was the force that holds up the world, into which all separation dissolves.
I realized that I could see myself and my attacker from behind and above. I watched myself gasping, watched my knees buckling, watched myself sink, watched myself looking up at the light. And then I was embraced by the light.
Science argues that while near-death experiences feel real they are simply fantasies or hallucinations caused by a brain under severe stress, and certainly my brain was under stress that night. A choke hold can kill in twenty to thirty seconds. Someone skilled in martial arts can knock someone out within eight seconds using such a hold, and brain damage can happen after about fifteen seconds because stopping blood flow to and from the brain can lead to brain hemorrhage, and the pressure on the heart can cause it to stop.
But science can’t account for the intimacy—for the extraordinary presence—of the experience. I didn’t just see the light, I was seen by it, and not in part but in whole. I knelt on the sidewalk, looking up at a light that was not separate from wisdom and love, a light that descended to meet me.
Song: ‘Fly’ by Celine Dion
Fly, fly little wing
Fly beyond imagining
The softest cloud, the whitest dove
Upon the wind of heaven’s love
Past the planets and the stars
Leave this lonely world of ours
Escape the sorrow and the pain
And fly again
Fly, fly precious one
Your endless journey has begun
Take your gentle happiness
Far too beautiful for this
Cross over to the other shore
There is peace forevermore
But hold this memory bittersweet
Until we meet
Fly, fly do not fear
Don`t waste a breath, don`t shed a tear
Your heart is pure, your soul is free
Be on your way, don’t wait for me
Above the universe you’ll climb
On beyond the hands of time
The moon will rise, the sun will set
But I won’t forget
Fly, fly little wing
Fly where only angels sing
Fly away, the time is right
Go now, find the light.
One thought on “Healing Your Heart Day 9: ‘Fly’ Letting Go”
Thank you Pam for sharing. One of my favourites, so tender xx
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