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Out of the Darkness Comes the Light – My Story

By on January 21, 2017 in Healing, Spirituality

Out of the Darkness Comes the Light - My Story

By: Ginny Marston

What propels you on the path to enlightenment?

When you look in the mirror, do you see your true self? Do you like what you see? Have you wondered in your darkest moment would your spirituality be strong enough to keep you in the light?

When awakening to the truth, we must break down the lies and accept the truth no matter how difficult it may be. Perhaps a change must occur to progress. Little did I know my greatest test was to come. On October 10, 2016 I hit my darkest moment; my spirituality tested beyond anything I could have expected. In that darkness my true self was found and the reason for my existence illuminated a new direction for me.

I had a great life, 3 beautiful daughters, wonderful job, friends and finally. I was comfortable in life. Like many single moms I spent most of my time running around the maze I called my life – like a lab rat, and I was very good at it. You know the type, that “over achiever” who never says no and will work until the job is done.

Until “that day”.

My day started like every other work day as a nursing administrator, including never quite getting out on time. Finally making my way home to get my 2 youngest daughters and walk to my mothers for dinner. But it was not meant to be… this night, instead, it would be the night that would change my life, my focus and myself forever. It would challenge who I was, my beliefs, and make me question my life path.
I faced every parents nightmare. I found my youngest daughter laying in my bathroom in a pool of blood, death by suicide. The darkness began. A sea of paramedics, police, crime scene investigators, coroner, then onto the funeral and then the stillness. It was not until family, friends, and relatives left that I was left in that stillness.

Stillness can send oneself to both the positive and negative end of the spectrum. Stillness is where we meditate, self reflect, and seek peace. It is also where we can wallow in grief, despair, and unforgiving pain.

I had always had a deep sense of spirituality but the first weeks all I could do was give in to the pain, to embrace the loss and seek the solace of those who were in the same dark place as I was. The pain and sorrow started to become a place of comfort for me. Everyone expected me to stay in the darkness, so I stayed. Until one morning… I looked in the mirror and saw the shell I had become and decided it was either time to join my daughter or to take something so dark and turn it into a light so bright that even the lost would be able to find it.

As a nurse we are taught the steps of grieving, and that grief is a process to go through. Somehow, deep inside my soul, I had the innate knowingness that grief was not my path. That, through the darkness, I was meant to find the light and to bring it to others. I replaced my tears and grief with spiritual knowledge.

No more am I the lab rat in the maze. I take time to learn more and more each day. I take time for myself to meditate and self reflect. Connecting myself to higher vibrations to connect in spirit to Christina. I give gratitude from the moment I wake up and cast a bubble of love and light to all I pass as I make my way through the day. I no longer live in the past or the future but in the now, taking time to enjoy each moment on this earth. I make sure that each day I make a positive impact on someone’s life, to make a difference.

I believe that the greatest gift is the gift of our love and light to others, to help others and to bring peace to this world we live in. Even if it is just one person at a time.

This is how Metamissy was born. Missy was my 2nd daughter who was home and with me when we found Christina. She decided that there would be light out of the darkness and that our spiritual strength would prevail. We know that Christina is on this journey of light and love with us and we ask her for her guidance to reach others.

Have you experienced your darkest moment? Did it change how you lived your life?
I would like to thank the group administrators for allowing Missy and my posts, to all the readers and to the readers who take the time to like or comment – Missy and I are eternally grateful. Love and Light to each and every one of you.

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mommaAbout the Author: Hello, my name is Ginny. I am originally from Long Island, NY but now live in beautiful Florida. I am a Registered Nurse, a healer by nature. Having worked in trauma, I have been with those at the time of passing as well as given comfort to their families. As a child and teen I exhibited special gifts but they faded as my life journey went to raising a family and having a career. It wasn’t until my Grandmother, and then Father, passed that I yearned to be able to see and speak to them to ensure they were at peace and to tell them the things that I wished I had when they were here on Earth. On October 10, 2016, I tragically lost my youngest daughter, Christina. This led me to ‘go down the rabbit hole’ with my grief, pain, and the empty place in my heart only Christina could fill. The note that I laid with her was “You will never be alone as at the time of your death a piece of my heart died with you.” Many of my spiritual friends began to reach out to me, I began to look for signs she was still here with us, and channeled my energy to go back in time to renew my gifts so that I could not only speak with Christina, as I had with my other passed love ones, but to also learn more about her new journey. Christina’s and my journey are just beginning and I hope to share not only my journey with her but how you too can connect with your loved one. Follow us on Facebook!

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