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Grief Recovery

Grief recovery subliminal meditation

  • Cope with the painful loss effectively
  • Turn the grief into an opportunity for personal growth
  • Get stronger and be encouraged
  • Let go; find your balance
  • Find happiness again

This subliminal messages session is not a therapy replacement, but an additional tool to help you deal with your loss, the infinite sadness, and the depression that comes along with the grieving process.

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by Betty from Toronto, Canada on Grief Recovery

It is really hard for me to write this review because everything is still so fresh. I cry every night I listen to ‘grief recovery’, but it’s helping me sleep better. Until then, I couldn’t close my eyes, even though I desperately wanted to disappear from this reality. Grieving is the hardest thing one has to go through. Glad I’m not alone in this and there’s a program like this that helps me handle my emotions. Thank you, Vortex.

by Lisa on Grief Recovery

I started to listen to the grief recovery about three months after my best friend died in a car accident. I was devastated. It just happened and there was nothing in the world that would prepare me for this. The grief recovery didn’t cure my pain, but I must say that the pain stopped being so deep. At first I felt guilty about it… but then I realized that no amount of guilt would bring Emily back. I love her with all my heart and miss her every day. The grief recovery helped me manage my deep sadness. I offered that to Emily’s mom. She’s refusing at the moment. Maybe because she’s afraid to move on. I don’t judge her. We are all going at our own pace. RIP, my dear friend.

Grieving allows your soul to process and heal. However, if you find yourself stuck in the grief stage and you feel that it’s time to let go and get back to the person you used to be, then this is for you.

This meditation is dedicated for all of you who experience enormous pain in the grieving process – those who feel guilt or find it painfully difficult to let go and move on.

The subliminal affirmations will help you cope better with the death of a loved one by allowing you to recover and move on with your life. Moving on doesn’t mean you don’t care about the deceased. It means the loss doesn’t control your life. Healing is not about repressing the pain, it’s about transmuting it.

Also, the suggestions will enable you to reminisce about the past experiences you shared with the loved one with joy, without wallowing in your pain and drifting into a deep agony.

I hope this meditation will guide you towards a healthier future that is full of joy, happiness, and good memories.
May your life be full of love and harmony, and may you find peace.

The subliminal affirmations of this session:
I let go of sorrow and sadness
I let go of grief and release the emotional pain
I choose to heal my soul
My soul is clean of any of the guilt I used to carry
I keep happy memories and reminisce about good times
My loved one is in my heart forever
My loved one lets me put aside my sadness
I allow myself to move on with my life
Moving on means I’m letting go of negative feelings
Moving on means letting go of emotions that cause me pain
I choose to focus on the good side of memories with my loved one
My soul is recovering every day that goes by
I forgive myself for anything I’ve done
I forgive myself for moving on towards happiness
I allow myself to laugh, smile and feel happy

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by Betty from Toronto, Canada on Grief Recovery

It is really hard for me to write this review because everything is still so fresh. I cry every night I listen to ‘grief recovery’, but it’s helping me sleep better. Until then, I couldn’t close my eyes, even though I desperately wanted to disappear from this reality. Grieving is the hardest thing one has to go through. Glad I’m not alone in this and there’s a program like this that helps me handle my emotions. Thank you, Vortex.

by Lisa on Grief Recovery

I started to listen to the grief recovery about three months after my best friend died in a car accident. I was devastated. It just happened and there was nothing in the world that would prepare me for this. The grief recovery didn’t cure my pain, but I must say that the pain stopped being so deep. At first I felt guilty about it… but then I realized that no amount of guilt would bring Emily back. I love her with all my heart and miss her every day. The grief recovery helped me manage my deep sadness. I offered that to Emily’s mom. She’s refusing at the moment. Maybe because she’s afraid to move on. I don’t judge her. We are all going at our own pace. RIP, my dear friend.

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by Betty from Toronto, Canada on Grief Recovery

It is really hard for me to write this review because everything is still so fresh. I cry every night I listen to ‘grief recovery’, but it’s helping me sleep better. Until then, I couldn’t close my eyes, even though I desperately wanted to disappear from this reality. Grieving is the hardest thing one has to go through. Glad I’m not alone in this and there’s a program like this that helps me handle my emotions. Thank you, Vortex.

by Lisa on Grief Recovery

I started to listen to the grief recovery about three months after my best friend died in a car accident. I was devastated. It just happened and there was nothing in the world that would prepare me for this. The grief recovery didn’t cure my pain, but I must say that the pain stopped being so deep. At first I felt guilty about it… but then I realized that no amount of guilt would bring Emily back. I love her with all my heart and miss her every day. The grief recovery helped me manage my deep sadness. I offered that to Emily’s mom. She’s refusing at the moment. Maybe because she’s afraid to move on. I don’t judge her. We are all going at our own pace. RIP, my dear friend.

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