Before Committing Suicide Be Clear that You will be Dead – So Don’t Do It: Former Medium Sterling Sinclair Channels a Psychic Message, an Auracature image, and a Spirit Drumming and Chanting in Memory of his Nephew Zachary “Zach” Bridgewater October 24 2017
Before Committing Suicide Be Clear that You will be Dead: Former Medium Sterling Sinclair Channels a Psychic Message, an Auracature image, and a Spirit Drumming and Chanting in Memory of his Nephew Zachary “Zach” Bridgewater
October 24 2017
2 years ago today, my nephew Zach fell to the sways and distortions of suicide. I never really grasped the concept of suicide and I truly don’t think any one studying the living can ever really understand it. Over the years of offering mediumship sessions, I developed another view than the one as a person who studied it academically and as a person who had attempted in the past. Suicide is not just a perversion of thought, it is a psychic suggestion placed upon the spirit of the victim. The suggestion filters through the self until all things align, not just mentally. All facets believe the trickery of suicide. I think suicide, like “Evil,” deserves to be named as personified destruction, thus named “Suicide.” “Suicide’s” false promisses and forked toung manipulations can even spread to loved ones like a deceptive virus, contaminating the gameboard upon which nobody knows they stand. “Suicide” may also call itself “Sacrifice” if the rebranding is required. We need to view “Suicide” as a creature whose only function is to rip appart lives and feed off the pain. Ever notice how, loved ones can spiral into a sort of insanity or deep depression or even disassociation over the weeks, months, and years to follow rather than heal. “Suicide” amplifies the pain so that pain it can consume. “Suicide” never can eat enough. It must always have more. Survivors must at all costs, see “Suicide” as who it is – it is the Ultimate Destructive Trickery.
If you are considering Suicide to solve your problems or to free yourself from others or to even make a friend stronger or your family’s life better, please know that such reasoning, logic, and justification are all lies. Life does not get better. Life does not go on. Every single person, including your spirit and corpse will fall into an incermountable pain as death spreads and “Suicide” smiles. Find someone to talk to. Find some way to banish “Suicide” from your existence. “Suicide” is not the choice you really want to make.
Sadly, my nephew Zach, fell by the lurings and false promises of suicide.
Zach’s Obituary Posting
Friends and family are desvistated. Whatever promise “Suicide” made him, it was a lie.
In the following inspired message, Zach from beyond the grave calls out the lie and the mind altering nightmare of knowing what was about to happen.
Please, please, please, understand that life is worth living and you do not live life once you are dead. As a medium, that was the biggest awareness of the dead: dead means dead – dead does not mean keep living.
This is the Auracature Art drawing that I believe Zach wanted to pass on as a memory tattoo.
If I were to interpret the lines, it basically means that his spirit is accompanied by a sibling, parent, aunt or uncle, and that he has an angel pulling him out of his darkness while he is gaining a clearer understanding of what happened to him. In short, the lines suggest that Zach’s spirit is being prepared to fully cross over into Love’s Light or in faith related terms – into Heaven.
Message inspired by Zach
“Where they put me
I had no escape
I thought that I wouldn’t die
That I’d be better off
That I’d live forever
I never wanted to die
Here I am because of a lie
Nothing was done
From truth they’d run
How did I ever believe them?
Death is NOT fun
I found myself in trouble
So I wrapped myself in my bubble
I knew my life was done
Before the week begun
If I knew that I’d be dead
I’d have never put that gun to my head
You try not to point fingers
You cast blame at yourself
You watch the world turn
Looking for the lesson that you were to learn
The only thing you didn’t see
Was how trusting naivety can be
I wave from here
I try to be near
But my end was my end to you my family and friends
Today is worse than last year
I think it’s sinking in
That this is not some awful dream
I am never coming home again
No matter the amount of trying
To understand that last day
The only thing I know for sure
Is that I lost my way
I am not asking for forgiveness
I don’t think it can be forgiven
But try to give yourselves a break
I’m the one who fell asleep
I’m the one who did not wake
I wonder what this year will be like
Time is strange here on this side
Sorry for not being there
To spend it with you.”
Here is a Spirit Drumming and Chanting that I did for Zach and other loved ones who have fallen to the prey of suicide:
In Memory of Zachary “Zach” Bridgewater, His Uncle Rich, Strangely Sterling Sinclair Spirit Drums. I seldom drum or chant this this odd. The oddness of it is very reflective of such which is played by the dead through mediumship and channeling. I thought that it would be something pretty and peaceful, instead, it depicts the process of shedding pain. I posted this once already and then I took it down. Then this morning on the 2nd anniversary of Zach’s death by suicide, I received a written message and image that justifies this song.
My sincerest condolences.
If you are alive and reading this, please stay alive. Never give up living. You are meant to stay alive until old age opens the doors for your passage onward.
Much love and Many Blessings, S
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