Beyond the door
there’s peace I’m sure.
And I know there’ll be no more…
Tears in heaven
Grief changes everyone. No matter how “strong” you may think you are, when someone you love dies, your world is never the same. It is easy to spiral into depression and close one’s self off from the world. Or, it is also an opportunity to grow.
When you look at your life you may see that some of your most amazing spurts of growth came as a result of conflict, pain, and sadness. Losing a loved one is a cataclysmic event which can create a pain that must be focused. Often that focus leads to creativity.
Some of the greatest works of art, literature and music arose as the result of pain. Eric Clapton wrote the touching song Tears in Heaven, in response to his young son’s tragic passing. As anyone who has lost a loved one knows, it is the most painful ordeal anyone can endure.
However, physical death is not the end of existence. Physical death is transference of our life force and consciousness from the Material World to The Other Side, which many of us refer to as Heaven.
As a psychic medium, I facilitate connections between people here in the Material World and the spirits of their loved ones on The Other Side. Some of the most frequent questions I’m asked is whether a loved one is alone on the Other Side, and whether that person’s spirit is afraid. In other words, “Are there tears in Heaven?”
After communicating with thousands of spirits, it is my belief no one is alone on The Other Side. When a spirit leaves the physical body and ascends, he or she crosses into the “Light.” The Light is the spiritual energy of God. Upon entering this beautiful Light, the spirit is then greeted by spirits of family members and friends. These loved ones are connected by love to each other in Heaven, and they remain connected to us from Heaven by love. No one in Heaven is ever alone or afraid.
That is why there are no tears in Heaven.