Walking the walk

I’d like to share with you, a two-part post which, I believe, will be of significant value to you and your loved ones.

In this post, I’ll share a deeply personal experience which will put into context the second post (I’ll release the second post next month), where I’ll teach you how I used certain techniques to get myself and loved ones through a time of fear, confusion, and ingratitude.

So, if you haven’t already, subscribe to my blog or my YouTube channel so you don’t miss the second part when it’s released!

It started 13,000km away

At the end of September 2019 (this year), I got a message saying my father had a cardiac arrest and was being taken to an emergency room. Because my parents live in the USA – 13,000km away – and the next available flight was nearly 24 hours until departure, I felt quite helpless and scared. “What will I arrive to when I do get to my father?” 

I naturally sought out my husband Shawn for comfort as my eyes teared up and my heart ached. The fear of my father returning to the light, right now, was a realisation I wasn’t sure I was ready for. Shawn embraced me, and as I felt his love surround me, I realised in that moment: If I cannot be there (with my parents) right now, I will do what I can – from here in Australia. 

With a new purpose, I immediately went into my healing room, put my meditation music on, balanced myself, and affirmed and intended – “I will do my best to shine my light for my father, his spirit needs my strength – not my sadness.” Whilst I had this focus in mind, I still allowed my tears to drop and my emotions to be exhaled.  As I let go of the fear and sadness, and stayed focused on my intention, I felt that no matter what the outcome, I was not going to let my father’s energy be alone during this confusing time. I would be there, my love would be there. 

So, this is the true story of how I used my energy healing techniques and beliefs to “walk the walk” (of an energy healing and Usui Reiki Master Teacher) to help my father, and mother, during an emotionally turbulent and scary time. There is so much to relay, so please watch the video below for the full story!

Watch this for the full story...

Next month (March 2020), I’m going to post the second part of this post and teach you exactly what I did to connect with my father and support his spirit during this major life event.  What’s more, you can share what I teach with others – in case you ever need their help in the future, too. 

So be sure to subscribe to my blog or my YouTube channel so you don’t miss the second part to this post!

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14 thoughts on “Surviving tragedy: a story of love & gratitude (part 1 of 2)”

  1. Thank you for this inspiring post! Thank you for teaching me Reiki and many blessings to you and your family! Spreading the love 💕 on this Valentines Day!

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by Carrie, and you are most welcome – it’s my honour to share my story with others! Thank you for continuing to shine your light sweet friend, big love to you! x

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by Debra, and for your kind words and love to me and my family – you are so sweet! And you are most welcome, I’m glad my story was inspiring! Keep shining Debra!

  2. Thank you Melissa for sharing your story and reminding me that we are all unique and powerful on this planet. Sometimes it is difficult to be who you are in this world. So happy your dad and mom are doing well.

    Sending you much Light and Love

    Michelle

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by Michelle, and I’m so happy to hear my story was a helpful reminder for you! And thank you for your kind words, too – I’m so glad too! Thank you for the love & light, it’s returned in kind! #biglove

  3. I understand completely how you felt. I had a similar journey for my Dad, but he was at the end of stage 4 lung cancer and I missed his passing.. Driving along on what my Mom called ‘a horrible journey’ I did what you did and sent love and gratitude to the man I am proud to call my Dad. The shell I saw when I finally arrived hardly resembled him, but I knew that his spirit was safe. And I hoped that he felt, through his pain, the unadulterated affection I was sending his way. Thank you Melissa. I look forward to your next blog!

    1. Thank you so much stopping by and sharing your beautiful story — they connect us in purpose — and I am so honoured to know your story and proud of what you did for your sweet father! You are most welcome Julie, and thank you again, keep shining your light sweet friend! Big love x

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