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Remote Healing For Grief



Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear. 
~ Anonymous

With Pechet Healing Technique sessions, you will experience lasting freedom from any issues you have accumulated over your life or events such as a loved one dying and you will begin to live your life free from the emotional bondage of pain.

As comforting as this grief quote is, when we lose a loved one, grief can make it difficult for us to walk around the world when we are dealing with the harsh realities of life and death. The natural reaction of grief, which is a multi-faceted and normal response to significant loss, can make the sorrows of suffering real and tangible.


Grief brings us familiarity with sorrow and the ironic thing is, sometimes it is those who have experienced a broken heart who turns out to be most capable of genuine love.

Losing a child is one of the most painful experiences a person can go through in one’s life. The grief over losing a child is unimaginable and no parent would ever fathom the thought that their child is going to die before they do.

It is easy for a parent to become stuck in their grief when they lose a child. Having worked with clients who lost a child to murder or suicide, I have seen the effect that losing a child has on their life.

When they come to me, they tell me they feel shut down all the time, and overwhelmed by what used to feel like normal tasks of everyday life. Normally simple things like doing the dishes or taking out the garbage can trigger tears and feelings of being overwhelmed.

If you know someone who has lost a child you know how awkward and difficult it can be to know what to say to them. Offering your support in a way that is most valuable to a parent who has lost a child is helpful. Letting them know you are there to offer moral and emotional support however they need it most gives the message that you care. 


Ask how you can help. A parent who just lost a child might need you to say something specific that would be comforting to them. “You didn’t do anything wrong, you always did the best you could be just what they need to hear. Be empathic and acknowledge their sorrow. I can’t imagine how painful this must be for you”. If you want to know what would be most helpful, ask.           


The person who is grieving might just need you to listen and hold the space for them while they process their thoughts, feelings or emotions. They might need you to hold them and help them feel safe enough to cry in your arms. Compassion and loving support from friends and family are very important during the grieving process. You can also offer support in practical ways. Running errands, picking up groceries and cooking are also good ways to offer support to a person who is grieving. 

Grief as a result of death from long-term illness: Grief is a natural response when a survivor feels overwhelming and conflicting emotions. One might be profound sadness, and the other might be a sense of relief in the case of caretaking someone who has been suffering for a long time. When that person dies, it is normal to experience feelings of heartbreak and relief.


Shock and Denial (2-3 months +-): In this stage of grief, a person’s initial reaction to loss will be a shock, a natural reaction of protecting oneself from being too suddenly overwhelmed by the loss.


Intense Concern (6 months to a year): This stage is defined by a preoccupation with the loss, or having difficulty thinking about anything but the loss.


Despair and Depression: This stage of grief is usually the most painful for the griever, as the individual will slowly come to terms with the reality of their loss. Many emotions and feelings will arise, including anger, guilt, sadness, depression, and anxiety.


Recovery: This stage is not an elimination of the pain experienced from the loss, but rather when an individual grieving is able to show new interest in daily activity and normal living.


When I work with you, you will experience a profound shift from feeling stuck in a place of grief and pain about the person you lost, to a place of profound peace and the ability to move on. Love and gratitude for what you shared will replace the pain you have been feeling about the person who meant so much to you, be it a child, a parent, a friend. Clients who are experiencing grief are able to open up and talk about their feelings in a nurturing environment that is free from judgment during the first part of each session. This is the first step toward healing their heart.


The Pechet Healing Technique, a technique I have developed over the past 33 years, then moves into the metaphysical, energy healing portion of the session. I intuitively identify the specific issue or root cause of the issue that the client needs healed the most that session, and then I literally dissolve it.


I work with most clients long-distance, by phone or skype. I heal one significant issue every session. When I am working with a grieving client, a few of the more common issues that need to be cleared for them may include grief, depression, loneliness, and hopelessness. Then I energetically imprint whatever will be the most helpful for that client that session. Common imprints for a grieving person might be “deep peace about the person who died."  Hopeful, supported, resilient are a few other examples of imprints that would be most helpful.

Sessions with me are cumulative and the effect of each issue that gets healed and resolved builds on the previous sessions. Clients become mentally clearer and more empowered with every session. Most clients begin with four sessions when they come to me with grief, and then choose to move on to other issues they want me to resolve so they can continue their progress.


In addition to having a significant issue healed each session, clients look forward to experiencing a sense of deep relaxation during their session that continues after their session, while at the same time, experiencing a gentle re-calibration of their whole energetic system. Clients notice they are feeling more peaceful and positive, and that the quality of their life is improving significantly. I work with clients all over the world so rest assured my work is effective wherever you are.

Using my Pechet Healing Technique, I take clients through a process in which I energetically dissolve the client’s grief. This is a highly advanced technique blending innovative counseling, intuition, and the energetic clearing of issues such as grief, depression, PTSD, anxiety and more at the cellular level, the deepest level possible.

People who are grieving also share with me that their relationships are suffering and they are unable to be emotionally available for their spouse, surviving children and friends.

Grief, by definition, is deep sorrow, especially that which caused by someone’s death. These feelings are a natural reaction of grief, a multi-faceted and normal response to loss. Many of us experience grief in our lifetimes. Grief can cause an existential amount of sadness and pain in the body, affecting those around us through our relationships, energy, and overall well being.


Meet Ginny, now at peace about her daughter.
Meet Paige, now at peace about her son.
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