Suicides – A Call For Help

The number of suicides worldwide is increasing and the recent notable ones are the deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. This has caused many to worry about the alarming trend. The following quote is a related channeled message from the Spirit World from a soul called Matthew Ward.

(Note : Matthew Ward is channeled by Suzanne Ward, who was his mother during his last life on Earth. He died in a car accident at a young age. Matthew was claimed to be also Jesus’ disciple Matthew during that incarnation.)

“The survival instinct is so strong that the psyche continues to deal with undue stress and depression until that self-preservation mechanism’s strength is depleted and the urgency to escape further despair becomes overpowering. That happens to individuals who believe their personal or world circumstances are hopeless or are intensely grieving the loss of someone beloved. A contributor to suicide is the toxicity of chemicals in your water, air, soil, food, and prescription and other laboratory-designed drugs—the toxins reduce brain functioning, deepen depression and cause irrational behavior. Suicide is not “a mortal sin,” so there is no need for penalty or punishment.”

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In my energy healing practice, I consult Archangel Micheal often. So, on this topic of suicides, I asked that Archangel for his insights. Michael replied by indicating that the primary reason is due to a weak heart chakra , which translates into people defying their inner feelings. Our heart is wise and we ought to listen to our feelings. Each defiance breaks our heart a little bit. To those contemplating suicide, they are advised to repair their heart and their relationship with themselves by honoring their personal emotions. Michael added that for a person who is open to angelic healing, Archangel Chamuel would be the most appropriate Archangel to call for healing such cases. Michael’s suggestion resonates with me, as Chamuel has often been known as the relationship angel.

Regardless of the cause, the suicide statistics ought not be ignored. The increasing number should be taken as a warning for all parties to take affirmative action steps now.

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