Fear to Peace after Pregnancy Loss

Fear to Peace after Pregnancy Loss

I had a beautiful conversation with a client, speaking of her fear of death since having had several miscarriages.

It brought back the memory of my own fears that I once struggled with.

This is something that increasingly haunted me with the loss of my babies. I had become so fearful of the loss of my family members and fur-babies that I never wanted to speak of my fear, for fear of making it a reality!

I knew this was no way to live, but I didn’t know how to cope with my fears.

When I finally learned that its very common for women who have experienced multiple losses to feel this strong fear of death, I actually felt some relief.

Its natural to feel this way after loss as we become so much more aware of just how fragile life is.

So, if this is you, please know you’re not alone!

So, what can you do?

  • First of all, if this is a new experience for you, the feelings may gradually fade away in time.
  • Recognize you fears – take a moment and really feel into that space. Where are you feeling this? What does it feel like? Where is this particular feeling coming from? By taking a moment to be truthful with how you feel and why, you can begin to rationalize exactly why this is coming up at this moment in time and begin to accept them.
  • Speak your fear out loud – By speaking your fear and identifying why its there, it gives you a new sense of freedom. By acknowledging your fears you begin to take back your power.
  • Call on your Angels – Your angels are ready and willing to support you, they’re just waiting for you to ask. Call on your angels and ask them to surround you or your loved one with a protective bubble of love and light. When you ask, don’t do this from a place of fear but of thankfulness.
  • Gratitude – Create a habit of being grateful for each moment of your day. Whether you start your day or finish it with gratitude, a grateful heart lets you see what you have right now, in this moment and can help to dissolve the fears before they arise.

The intention here is that death is inevitable for all of us, yet we can learn to enjoy our life again to the fullest and experience all of the love, peace and joy that we desire.