Spirit Message from a Vietnam Veteran
Grief strikes a the core of the heart. It is part of being human, however the pain of grief is often softened by the love you have for others and the love that exists within you. The same cannot be said for the grief that comes from war.
This past weekend here in Australia saw us celebrate Anzac Day. A day where we honour and remember our Veterans an in particular those from both of the world wars.
Over the weekend, I became aware of the Spirit world knocking on my energetic door, as they do ever so politely and new that at some point I would need to sit down with pen and paper and open that door to see who stood on the other side.
As Malcolm first came to me, I had the sense of it being someone’s Dad however as the connection went on, I became unsure as to whether he did have a family or not. This for me, certainly reflects at the very least a large disconnect to his family in life.
Here is more of what Malcolm told me. I call him Malcolm, though am fully aware there is always some room for miscommunication with how I receive name, so I accept an M sounding name while I call him Malcolm for now.
- Thin hair on top
- Lost a leg during his war experience
- He is a veteran of the Vietnam war
- His heart hurts with bouts of depression being a big part of his life
- Some level of alcoholism because of this
- He was young when he went to war…I want to say around 20.
Watch this video to hear me discuss this experience and my thoughts on the message
In the communication, I come to understand:
He thought being of service was what hero’s did. Yet he learnt, that was far from the truth
He’s never really spoken about his experience and would like to take this opportunity to get it off his chest. He knows he left behind a trail of tears in particular with his mother.
I become aware he took his own life.
Life was a life long grief experience and not just for his life. He feels he added to that for others.
He says “Grief strikes a the core of the heart. It is part of being human, however the pain of grief is often softened by the love you have for others and the love that exists within you. The same cannot be said for the grief that comes from war.
War is spurred by hatred and this leaves a dark shadow on the soul. Or it did mine. I spent years trying to escape that shadow and didn’t do very well at it. Not even in death. It came with me to some degree until I right the evil I was asked to do.
Sharing my story, telling it like it is. My truth, the truth is what is needed I feel. Healing, it’s been too long.
What I know now, is that there is more to life than what you see. Everyone, you come in contact with has some form of inner pain. Some are just better at masking it than others and getting on with life. Others, like me are not able to extinguish that pain day to day and as it takes hold, the pain of it grows bigger and bigger, worse and worse until you can no longer bare it and it needs to stop.
I come to you today in honour of the Anzacs and all who fought in war. From beyond the grave, I see dozens in the light, serving others as I do and I want you to know we are still serving at creating balance. Retribution is the healing salve that makes our souls one and at peace once again.
with love & gratitude,
Hi, I’m Kerrie Wearing and I am a Spiritual Leader and mentor in the Feminine Spirit Mediumship.
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