Where do suicides go when they die? They go absolutely nowhere. They escape nothing. Suicides are immediately sorry for what they have done. The pain, guilt, depression, anger, or loneliness is still with them, and, worse yet, they may be forced to relive that suicide over and over again.
Know this . . .we do not die – only the body dies. The spirit is eternal and is not extinguished by the death of the physical body. The only thing that suicide ENDS is “your ability to fix the problem.”
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The spirits of suicides, murderers, murder victims, and others who die suddenly often get “stuck” and linger as earthbound spirits (or ghosts) because they were not mentally prepared to die. People who die suddenly are often not even aware that their body has died and desperately try to communicate with those left behind, confused as to why no one responds to them.
A person’s suicide or a sudden death takes the people left behind by surprise, accentuating survivor’s guilt for failing to see it coming. Survivors feel confused, guilty, angry, anxious, and are not ready to let go of their loved ones. “Don’ leave me” or “I’ll never let you go,” they cry. But, when survivors keep calling out to their loved ones in this way, the departed soul hears them, feels their pain, but can do nothing about it. Desperate to help, they can get stuck between two worlds.
Can suicide be contagious? It would seem so!
As the stuck or earthbound spirits of suicides continue to roam the earth plane, unable to free themselves from the past, they can and do attach themselves to anyone who is open to them, who picking up the thoughts of the suicide begin to have suicidal thoughts themselves, and then we get an epidemic of suicides in a particular location:
- Vashon Island in Washington State: In Oct, Palmer Burk, 14, committed suicide, followed in May by 20-year-old Samantha Burkart, and in Aug by a 22-year-old man who also committed suicide. Last fall, India Castle, 27, died in a drowning resulting from a drug overdose, and in Feb, 17-year-olf Ryan Krug died in a single-car accident, possibly also suicides.
- Washington in the District of Columbia jail, four inmates have committed suicide since Nov: In Nov, Michael English, 30, hanged himself in his cell, followed in Jun by Walter Calloway, 42, and in Aug by Mike Johnson, 53. Two weeks before English’s suicide, Paul Mannina, 58, former Labor Department Attorney, cut his throat and bled to death in his cell.
Why does a friend, child, parent, spouse, or sibling take their own life?
- They are depressed.
- They are crying out for help and don’t know how else to get it.
- They don’t plan on dying and choose methods they don’t think can kill them, like swallowing Tylenol—not realizing that in high enough doses Tylenol causes irreversible liver damage.
- They impulsively end their lives – often related to drugs and alcohol
- They make a horrendous mistake that they mistakenly believe can only be undone or rectified through suicide.
- They suffer from a painful terminal illness from which little to no hope of reprieve exists.
- Inner voices (possession by earthbound spirits who themselves committed suicide) direct them to commit suicide
Possessions (like jewelry) and locations can retain a person’s energy, especially in the case of suicide, and pass it on to others. A person’s energy is imprinted on jewelry, and wearing a suicide’s jewelry can cause you to unknowingly feel and think like the deceased.
What can survivors do to help loved ones who have passed on, suddenly or otherwise, to move on? Keep only the happy memories, send them love and light, and let them go. You are not being disloyal by letting them go.
Of course, mourners need to mourn, but they also need to realize that the spirit of the deceased can hear them and is aware of their pain. By continuously calling them back or begging them not to leave you, you are keeping them stuck between worlds, and you are hurting, not only them, but yourself as well.
Remember, suicide is NEVER an option.