Episode 147 - Finding Closure: A Transformative Journey of Healing & Self-Discovery

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Embark on a soul-stirring journey with Amy as she shares a transformative experience during the filming of "Zero Limits" in Destin, Florida. In a poignant moment on the beach, Amy's late step-grandmother's spirit, inspired by the touching poem "Footprints in the Sand," made a profound visit, unraveling the layers of their once-strained relationship. This encounter not only highlights the complexities of finding closure but also emphasizes its profound impact on personal growth and the evolution of the soul.

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Welcome, dear reader, to a personal odyssey of emotions, growth, and the profound impact of finding closure. Today, I invite you to join me on a journey – a journey that was both heartwarming and bittersweet, filled with memories of a loved one, self-reflection, and the healing power of forgiveness.

A Unique Opportunity:

Recently, I had the incredible privilege of being featured in a documentary titled "Zero Limits," filmed during a retreat I hosted in the serene Destin, Florida. The documentary, set to release later this year, is a collaboration with the remarkable Joe Vitale, who teaches the Hapunopono prayer. The experience was nothing short of magnificent, and it opened a gateway to unexpected emotions and reflections.

Footprints in the Sand:

As the documentary's filming approached its conclusion, a poignant scene unfolded – a walk on the beach, reminiscent of the famous poem "Footprints in the Sand." In that moment, something extraordinary happened. The spirit of my step-grandmother, who had passed away some time ago, made its presence felt. The connection was profound, as the poem had always been a symbol of her in my life.

Revisiting Memories:

My step-grandmother played a significant role in my formative years. She taught me life's basics – cooking, makeup, and hairstyling. However, over time, resentment had clouded these cherished memories. I had harbored anger towards her for the choices she made, for turning a blind eye to the challenges my sisters and I faced in our childhood.

Awakening Emotions:

Upon her passing, her spirit revisited me, bringing forth a flood of memories – the joy of our first meeting when I was two, the laughter shared, and the countless lessons learned. It was a realization of the depth of my anger and the impact it had on my own well-being. We have the right to feel anger, sadness, and resentment, but there's a cost to not addressing these emotions – a cost that affects our own souls.

The Power of Closure:

Closure, often seen as an external process, is, in reality, an internal journey. It's a crucial step toward healing, self-discovery, and evolution. Holding onto past grievances shackles us to the pain, hindering personal growth. The key is acknowledging, feeling, and ultimately releasing these emotions, finding forgiveness not for the other person but for oneself.

A Spiritual Encounter:

In a poignant moment during the documentary filming, my step-grandmother's spirit guided me to share parts of our posthumous conversation. This spiritual encounter provided both of us with an opportunity for closure, understanding, and forgiveness. It was a profoundly beautiful experience that facilitated her transition and allowed both of us to find peace.

Closure Without Words:

For those who have lost loved ones, without closure, the pain can linger. However, closure is not contingent on physical conversations. It can be achieved through internal reflection, forgiveness, and acceptance. The importance of closure resonates deeply in the realm of healing, self-discovery, and the evolution of one's soul.

The Complex Tapestry of Relationships:

Family dynamics, both in childhood and adulthood, are intricate and fascinating. Our souls seek certain experiences for growth, empathy, and compassion. While offenses may mar relationships, they don't negate the positive moments. Some relationships are meant to be transient, serving their purpose and then allowing us to let go.

The Healing Power of Acknowledgment:

Acknowledging the dysfunction in relationships is the first step toward healing. Denial can be a defense mechanism, but confronting the discomfort allows for an opening – an opportunity to heal, grow, and move forward. Regardless of the magnitude of past traumas, healing is always possible, and it begins with acknowledging the pain.

Gratitude for Closure:

The gratitude I felt when my step-grandmother's spirit appeared during the documentary's conclusion was immeasurable. Closure, achieved through prior introspection and forgiveness, allowed me to welcome her presence with open arms. It was a poignant reminder that closure isn't a one-time event; it's an ongoing process that continues to unfold.

Conclusion:

In the tapestry of life, finding closure is a thread that weaves through the fabric of our experiences, allowing us to mend the wounds of the past and embrace the beauty of the present. This transformative journey of healing and self-discovery is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the profound impact of forgiveness. May we all find the courage to confront our past, seek closure, and embark on a journey of inner peace and healing.
Love and light,
Amy

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When we are hurt in the past, we have the right to be angry. We have the right to be sad. We have the right to be upset. But at some point in time, you have to look at how it's harming you. Hello, everyone, and Welcome to today's episode. I'm so excited you are here. We're going to do something different today. I want to share an experience I had, and I hope by sharing this experience, it invites you to evaluate a few things a little differently in your life. And I got some really cool things to share with this experience and some sad things to share. So I hope that whatever resonates with you, that you get something out of it. That's my intention. And I'm excited to share the story, and I'm a little nervous to share it because there's so many emotions that are evolved in it. And just even bringing it up right now, it's even hard to talk about. So one, I had this really amazing opportunity to be in a documentary. And the documentary we filmed at a retreat that I hosted in Destin, Florida. So I just got back from doing this.

And it was so magnificent. The documentary is called Zero Limits. It's going to come out later this year. It's with Joe Vitale. Joe Vitale teaches the Hapunopono prayer. He's amazing. I can't wait for this documentary to come out. And while we were filming towards the end of filming, We filmed this scene of walking on the beach. And while we were filming it, it was footprint in the sand. All of a sudden, I could feel my step-grandma's spirit come to me. And I got super emotional because she passed away a little while ago. And while I was in Florida doing this, I could feel her spirit coming because there's a poem that's called Footprints in the Sand. And that poem will always remind me of her no matter what. And growing up, She taught me many things. She taught me how to cook. She taught me how to do my makeup. She taught me how to do my hair. I remember being a kid, and she would let us practice all over her face, and it was such an amazing experience, but I forgot all about it for so many, many, many years because I was so angry and upset with her.

I was angry and upset with her because of the choices she was choosing to make. And she was choosing not to see what we had experienced. And when I mean we, it's like my sisters and I had experienced as children and how she turned a blind eye to it. And when she passed away, her spirit came to me. And the first thing that I was I'm reminded of was all of the amazing things that we experienced together. I remember the first time I met her when I was two and how excited I was that I got to meet her. And I remember all these different things that she taught me because we spent a lot of time with her as children because my mom worked a lot. She was a nurse, and she worked a lot of overtime over the weekends. And so we were very family-orientated. And so I spent a lot of time with this woman. And I always thought one day that, we would be able to have a conversation, to laugh about things, and just to pick up where it left off. But I realized that that was never going to happen.

And when she passed away, her spirit came to me, and all these memories started flooding in. And then I realized how angry I was at her, at the situation, and then how damaging and hurtful that was towards myself as well. And when we are hurt in the past, we have the right to be angry. We have the right to be sad. We have the right to be upset. But at some point in time, you have to look at how it's harming you because there is a cost to not resolving those emotions. There is a cost that is going to impact you if you choose not to resolve and acknowledge the emotions, feel the emotions, and then release them and find forgiveness. Forgiveness is more for you and not for the other person. And this is a huge, huge spiritual experience because you have the opportunity to soften and release what is harmful. Hey, do you want to come to something really cool? We are going to be having our free Soul Evolution Masterclass Series, Extravaganza. This is an event that you do not want to miss. Trust me, you do not want to miss this event.

It is a free 10-day event. We're going to do five free healings. We're going to connect with our ancestors. We're going to do really amazing soul healings inside of the Akashic Records. We're going to do ancestral healings. We're going to learn how to manifest in so much more. You can go to amyheels.com and sign up. Replays are available. If you can't make it live, see you there. When her soul passed, her spirit came. And for privacy purposes, I'm not going to share every single thing about what happened in this experience, but I am being guided, especially from her, to share parts of this is we had the opportunity to talk to one another when her spirit passed, and she had the opportunity to share her perspective on things that I'd never considered. And it was such a beautiful experience because, one, it was an assistance of letting her transition and also letting her have closure and forgiveness as well. And I got to do the same thing. And it was so amazingly beautiful when I'm walking on this beach doing this documentary, and instantly I could feel her come in. And instantly, it was this I'm here.

I'm watching you. You're doing this. It's awesome. And it's so healing. So if you've had family members or you've had people in your life that have transitioned and you did not have closure, and I have had this a lot. So it is hard. It's really tough if you haven't had closure or if you have people in your life that are still alive and you haven't had closure, you can have closure without physically talking to the human person. Closure is so important when it comes to assisting your soul in evolving, assisting your soul in having self-discovery, assisting your soul, most importantly, in healing. Because when you are carrying around the baggage of the past, it shackles you to the past. And the more willing you are to talk about the uncomfortable things that may be uncomfortable to talk about, may be uncomfortable to witness, you can also open yourself up to the good things that happened as well because there are many good things that happen. And family dynamics and childhood and adulthood is very complex, and to me, it's very fascinating. It's a very fascinating opportunity that we get as souls to have.

And there's a reason why your soul wanted to have certain experiences because it allows the soul to evolve in a different way and allows empathy and compassion and drive and passion in a different way as well. And just because one major or many major or many minor offenses occurred does not offset everything that you may have experienced with that person does not mean that that person has to be in your life. I want to emphasize that as well because there are relationships that come into our awareness that we are to have for a short period of time or for a long period of time and then let them go. But you also get to remember the good things. You get to also forgive the bad things so you're not hurting yourself. It's not for the other person. It's for you. And I think that's so crucial to understand. And also, acknowledging how messed up things are sometimes is the very first step because some people are very much in denial because they don't want to see how screwed up things were when they were in certain relationships, no matter what the age is. And I find All relationships fascinating.

You have a relationship with yourself with these things as well, and the way that you perceive them in the way that you are internalizing them. And when you internalize them in a way that is harmful, the person that hurts the most is you. And you have the opportunity to heal no matter what, no matter how big or how small the traumatic event or events were, you have the opportunity to heal. And it starts with being there for yourself and being willing to look at it. I was so grateful that my step-grandma showed up at this huge opportunity that I was experiencing. And it was like such the perfect cherry on top because we had such an amazing weekend, and then we were closing up this filming. And it was absolutely incredible because I already had so much closure that I had with her, but it was just I could feel her there cheering me on in a completely different way. And because I did the healing before, I was able to witness and to invite that spiritual experience in and have her be with me to close it out. And it was so, so, so, so beautiful, and I'm so grateful for it.

So I hope you enjoyed today's episode. I'm sending you a big hug and a big kiss, and I look forward to seeing you in the next one. Please make sure you like and subscribe and share this with a friend.

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