If you find yourself here at a time of an ending which brings feelings of loss and sorrow, I am here to help you. If you feel confused by the feelings and emotions which may well be, and yet, to come, I am here for you.
With the loss of anyone close, rest assured, I offer my strength and sincerity to support you through this difficult transition. I have a gift for helping Spirits pass.
It does not matter how prepared we think we are for the death of someone, when it is time for the spirit to leave, it only takes a moment. I have learned that dying takes a life time but death comes in an instant, when at last, it does. And it is in that instant, the void of loss opens a chasm so large it can feel almost impossible to manage.
Once the Spirit is released it begins to transition and recreate in other forms. It is an exhausting and emotional time both for the departing spirit and for those who have been left to mourn. Grief often brings with it fear, confusion, anguish; many tears, and this, in turn provokes, a surge of energy which brings busy-ness to life.
There are many painful, and challenging times to be encountered by those who have lost someone whom they held dear in their heart. Let me be with you to lead, guide and support you through this difficult time.
My own experience is that any funeral is a defining moment in the lives of those involved.
Releasing the Spirit is part of the transition. The laying to rest; the burial or scattering of ashes is another more significant stage, for those who mourn.
It is my belief that people, or animals, spirits, don’t leave. They change their form and are often found in the most unexpected places and are there when we call on them.
By engaging me to lead the final ceremony of one’s’ life, my sympathies and condolences are offered. The words in the ceremony will be the ones inspired by those who have departed and from the still beating heart of those who they leave. It is they, and their relationship with you, who will fashion the service by which they will be remembered.
Grief is not a solitary process. It may feel like it in many moments, for those who hold the memories. Power can be found in being together; grieving together, sharing together, remembering together, what is was that drew us to that person and why we find ourselves celebrating the passing of their Spirit at the end of their life.
If you would like me to craft the words of remembrance, it would be an honour and a privilege to help you through this.
Thank you for reaching out. It is a brave hand that does so.
As a Shamanic Healer and an empath, I encourage environmentally-friendly funerals be they held in a chapel, crematorium, a woodland burial site or a place of your choosing.
It is not a legal requirement to use a coffin for a funeral. Alternatives are available. A shroud, cacoon, or eco-friendly container made from bamboo, cardboard, felt, wicker or wool is sympathetic with the environment.
I encourage you and your family to be involved with organising the funeral. I will do my best to be sensitive to the needs of everyone who want to be part of the service. Simple services can invite beauty where there can sometimes be an overwhelming sense of darkness. Symbolism can bring clarity with the offering up of the body. Ritual can be defined in whatever shape or form seems fitting. Altars can be created from almost anything and the creation of one can be an empowering part of the experience
Valentine the Fox. When a spirit leaves the body into which it is birthed, there is a shift of energy.
Love is ever lasting. Life is eternal.
The Rook, Blackbird and Wood Pigeon feathers have all been collected by me. The handle is a Turquoise bracelet repurposed with Turquoise thumbstone.
She is adorned with Obsidian hearts and Apache Tears with a touch of Watermelon Quartz. Hence Robin Redbreast.
The "pearls" represent wisdom.
The handle is Beech wood.
Reaching out to your heart so that you can connect to mine.
With peaceful blessings.