Question: Hi, I am a teen and I have a problem. Could you possibly offer me any advice??? About 4 years ago my Grandmother died However I never got to speak to her before she died…nor attend her funeral. She was cremated. I still find it difficult to deal with and feel like I need to say goodbye properly. Do you have any suggestions as to how I can say goodbye to her?? Clemence
Answer: Dear Clemence: Many people believe that those who have passed on are still able to get our love loud and clear when we send it. It’s up to you, really, how you want to complete with your grandmother. Doing it is very wise and rewarding, to my way of thinking.
There are a lot of different ways you can do it, depending mostly on you belief systems. Some people use prayer and some use a person who they believe can reach others after death, but that can be costly. I did it after my son died and felt I made wonderful contact with him. He has always felt close since then. You can reach my clairvoyant, who is also a personal friend of mine, at: www.jennycrawford.com .
Another way I know of to connect with a departed loved one, if you don’t have the money to contact a capable and well-known psychic or don’t believe it is real, is to sit down quietly, alone, and write to her. You can do it over a period of time, adding more to your communication as you feel so inclined. You can even write answers back from her quite easily, if you are willing. Just get in touch with your memories of her and write what she would have written.
When you feel complete with the project you can create a ritual or ceremony and burn what you have written and bury the ashes. I have also done that and had a very positive experience.
Your grandmother was a very fortunate woman to have such a caring, loving grandchild. The fact that you are concerned about not saying goodbye and think of her often after four years speaks well of you. Blessings, Luise