reply to post by rubbertramp
No in my mind you have crossed no line.
I was in nursing and saw this many times......too many.
If you are sitting next to him now, get up and give him a hug, put your cheek next to his and say softly, "I love you and wish you a safe and peaceful
Try to make sure his passing is as calm as possible, that he is not upset.
Drugs do strange things to us.
I don't know if drugs are a good thing or a bad thing.
Good because, well quite frankly and being honest, morphine makes one feel very good - under a doctor's prescribed orders and in accordance with legal
protocol. I would never advocate anything illegal. If one is dying of disease and in pain, morphine than stops that pain but it does cloud the mind
and block the chakras
When I go, I don't want to be in pain. In my book pain is really bad.
May I ask what your father is dying of?
Now, I have read that people that are pumped full of drugs and not totally aware of their passing may have problems passing on but I myself, when I
have been with people that had to be pumped full of drugs, (morphine for breast cancer) they passed very quietly and their soul felt to me to lift off
quite nicely, smooth, easy and just slipped away like a gentle breeze - I've had several patients I was with that died of cancer that were heavily
Now, if you possibly can, and I know it's asking a lot but this man if he treated you half way nice and upping your karma - every time he screams out
a profanity, say softly to him, I know this must be difficult for you, we love you, soon your journey will begin, give in to it, you will not die but
go on, we are eternal, you are eternal and we, I love you." Also, if you can get yourself to, touch, gently rub his arm. I don't know why but when I
saw other family members do this to a dying family member while they were ranting, it seemed to calm them.
This I realize is just a suggestion, maybe a silly one - but he is in the process of slowly slipping from our third dimension into another dimension
and any support or reassurance, even if you think he is not aware will help him transfer over more smoothly.
He is holding on, resisting, his physical body is fighting and not wanting to let go. Tell him, he can leave, you will take care of things.
You are a part of his soul group for some reason???
I don't know the full situation and really feel for you. You are going through some pretty heavy stuff right now.
Once this is over and he has passed, if you possibly helped him along on his journey, you will find that you, yourself will be more at peace.
Again, you have my sympathy. If you are sitting with him, you indeed are a most caring and sweet person. Dying alone is sad, I've had many patients
hold onto my hand and ask me to stay, to be with them, that they are scared.
This is but a dream, our real reality comes after we take that final 3d breath.
I hope this reply has comforted you or helped you in some way.
Donegal_TDI's response was very wise.
Magnum007's reply was very perceptive and kind. (there are a lot of good, kind and wise replies) but Magnum007's saying stay with "the body" for a bit
is a good idea - the soul does not necessarily lift off and depart totally right away, it may hover around abit.
After my Mother In Law died in her bed at home (breast cancer). Before the undertaker came, we all gathered around her bed and each singly kissed
this magnificent, kind and wonderful woman on the cheek and told her (even after she was dead)............we love you and wish you a smooth
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