This article is worth reading describing a father’s love for a son who had died 20 years previously……”This individual shared that his wife had found ways to move on from her grief and continue to live her life by letting go of her pain. He described wanting to experience her level of transcendence but at the same time he was very conflicted. This man told me, while choking back tears with every ounce of his strength, that he did not want to let go of his pain because he felt like it was letting go of his son and he never wants to let go of him completely. It was as though the pain of his grief was the only thing keeping his connection with his son alive so he desperately held on to it.”
No one should feel this way, but remember that grief s individual and there is no time limit……
Jeff Baxter asks the question: ‘If all our experiences are mediated by the brain, what actually occurs?’
It is a good question and one that is not easily answered.
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More of Jeff Baxter’s articles can be read at his blog: http://beyondestate.blogspot.ca/