For what we’ve lost

It is difficult if not impossible to be hopeful when in the full throes of immediate loss. The wound is too distracting for the mind to be occupied with the future. The present pain is too poignantly occupying every mental fibre and emotional tendril of our being.
Once the immediacy of the pain and intensity of its internalization has diminished, only then can we turn our attention to the future and to hope and to rationalizing that something productive and creative may come out of every tragedy and trauma, it’s a matter of time and distance making a shift in discernment from the immediacy and the intensity of the moment of the grief towards the certainty of another different and more positive outcome. The danger is to get stuck in our grief and to not allow time and distance from the truama to heal our broken heart. Let’s reach out to each other and support each other in this time of loss and grieving.


About Pranic Roger

I have been developing my healing skills since 1998 and have been on a personal purification journey and free from substance dependency since 1989 following twenty-three years of dependency to nicotine and alcohol. I operate a fee-for-service healing facility and utilize deep-tissue massage techniques and pranic healing techniques to remove blockages to healing and surrender, and expulsion of negative energy thought forms and entities from the body, chakras, and aura. My website is: The secondary website for more information about energy work is :, and That's what goes on when I'm not outside nurturing my garden which occurs from April to November.
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