Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult experiences anyone could suffer. If you or someone you know is searching for a grief counselor, you might consider setting up a Guided Afterlife Connection (GAC). Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy (RRGAC) includes two essential components to help people deal with the loss of a loved one. It helps repair unfinished business with the relationship, and helps connect and reattach the bereaved to the deceased loved one in a meaningful and healthy way.
RRGAC is a cutting edge, expedient, spiritual and sacred way to heal from the trauma of losing a loved one. It is one day dedicated to you and your loved one that leaves you with a profound sense of peace. As described by Ms.Wright, “A GAC experience changes one’s life. The messages given by the loved ones are more than simple reassurances that the person living in the afterlife is alive and happy; they provide guidance to the experiencer about how to live a full life, with specific actions they should take. The result in many cases is an almost instantaneous resolve to move forward in life with confidence and peace. Experiencers come to understand and believe perspectives they never could have imagined.”
It is important to note that neither the experiencer nor the therapist is “in charge” during the session; the loved ones in the afterlife are in charge of helping the experiencer heal. Connections occur regardless of one’s belief in the hereafter. GAC lifts a tremendous burden from the bereaved, regardless of making a connection. It often resolves long-standing grief in one day.
As a certified EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) therapist and trauma specialist for over 25 years, I was recently trained by Ms. Wright in RRGAC, and I’m happy to share my experiences. The method involves dual bilateral brain stimulation in a session that is a therapeutic encounter for guiding the bereaved in the healing of their grief. It is a sacred experience with benefits that are beyond words. It takes EMDR to a new level by effectively resolving traumatic feelings in this one session. It brings the bereaved to a feeling of peace.
There is a 99 percent success rate for connecting with loved ones; at the least, there is resolution and peace of mind for the bereaved.
All of the six therapists in my training had a connection with their loved one. I was able to guide my experiencer within two sets of eye movements. She had a pro- found shift from heavy grief to exhilaration when she communicated with the one she lost more than 46 years ago.
I know this therapy has been discovered at this time for an important reason. Long standing depression and complicated grief needs to be healed, and this healing is a sacred event that will bring more light to this planet faster. People with long-term depression and anxiety from complicated grief and bereavement do not have to suffer any longer.
I hope you’ll pass this information forward to all in need. What better present to give than the gift of inner peace?
Judith Hancox, MSW, LCSW, BCETS is a board-certified expert in traumatic stress who utilizes a unique, holistic approach that effectively accelerates one’s innate ability to process and heal. Creator of Shiome Therapy, Hancox gently and safely guides individuals and groups to their highest potential of emotional recovery and strength of spirit. Connect with her at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit shiome.com and judithhancox.com.
For more information about Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy (GAC) visit repairandreattachment.com, and Rochelle Wright’s book, Guided Afterlife Connections.