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Getting Rid of the Guilt and Sadness After an Abortion

This post is inspired by questions for The Council from a reader named Liz in response to a post we wrote titled, Getting Rid of Depression After an Abortion. Liz says she’s struggled with this as well from an abortion she had 11 years ago. She was unable to have intimate relations after the abortion and mysteriously started loosing her hair. Recently she’s started to feel emotions about this abortion that she’s suppressed: deep sadness, anger, resentment, guilt, and shame.

Liz says she doesn’t know how to tell the spirit of the aborted child she’s sorry for terminating the pregnancy, she’s sorry she was careless about getting pregnant, and she’s sorry for feeling resentment about the abortion. She doesn’t know how to forgive herself and let go of this toxic mix of emotions. She’s writing to ask The Council for guidance.

The Council says there is nothing to feel sad, guilty, or depressed about. Every single abortion, including Liz’s, is pre-planned either in spirit before hand, or it’s agreed upon in spirit that when the time comes the souls of the parents and the child will make the decision to abort or move forward.

The Council says perhaps the child didn’t want to live a whole life. Perhaps it only wanted a short visit in Liz’s womb just to experience that. The Council says from our human viewpoint we don’t understand what the soul of this child desires, but in spirit the entire matter was discussed and agreed upon. They repeat there is no purpose for guilt and sadness. Liz should focus on the thought that she completed what was agreed upon by each party and now everyone is free to go on the next part of their journey.

The Council advises Liz to work on her heart and throat centers. Send the energy of love to her throat and talk about what she desires without holding back. Speak with kindness. And the color blue will activate her throat center.

The Council says the color green can activate her heart. Picture love filling her chest cavity and going down her shoulders and arms into her fingers. They advise Liz to allow herself to heal and feel again. As she speaks freely and can feel emotions, even if they are sad at first, her body will begin to work properly.

The Council says as Liz acknowledges her negative, depressive, sad thoughts, she should ask how she can begin to change these thoughts by moving forward into more joyous thoughts. They say everything Liz wants is within her, but she must get to a place of joy so she can create what she desires. There is no reason for continuing to focus on negative thoughts.

The Council asks Liz what she’s learned from this abortion. She went through this abortion so she could begin asking if there’s more to her life. As she asks the questions, she brings in the answers from The Council and others. They say Liz has done exactly what she planned to do and now she needs to move beyond her negative feelings.

Part of what Liz wanted to experience from this abortion was a connection to her spirituality. She wanted to learn there is so much more to who she is than a physical body. By going through this abortion and experiencing sadness and depression and asking for more, she brings help from the spiritual world. She can now connect with the spirit of her aborted child because it’s not dead, it’s just not in her physical life right now, but it’s in her life spiritually and they are still connected. And The Council advises Liz to connect with this love.

The Council says as you and Liz read and listen to this post a healing will take place and you all will grow, and that is part of The Council’s purpose.

Listen to our entire 9-minute session with The Council (below) to hear their guidance for Liz and the rest of us, and let us know what you think.

July 6, 2017 - Posted by | Agreement, Audio Content, Channeling, Forgiveness, Love, Pre-Incarnation Planning, Questions & Answers, Soul, Spirit | , , , , , ,

5 Comments »

  1. I need help with my daughter’s ongoing troubled marriage. She has been married for 15 years and for most of that time she has been in regret and unhappy with her husband and, probably, herself. I have been on a spiritual path for most of my life but she doesn’t want to hear spiritual advice and, yet, I don’t know what else to say to her. Is it wise to encourage her to leave the marriage or should I avoid giving that kind of advice and let her struggle for her own answers. I am perplexed trying to understand what is best for me to do; and then what is best for her. I would be so grateful for help from the Council.

    Comment by Marie | July 7, 2017 | Reply

    • Hi, Marie. Yours is a difficult question. You want to offer advice, but you’re not sure what’s appropriate. We’ll ask The Council what their take is on your question and post their response when it’s ready. Love and light, Bob & Cynthia

      Comment by Cynthia & Bob | July 8, 2017 | Reply

  2. Thank you so much for responding to my comment. I appreciate it more than I can express

    Comment by Liz | July 7, 2017 | Reply

    • We’re glad you liked The Council’s comments, Liz.

      Comment by Cynthia & Bob | July 8, 2017 | Reply

    • Hi, Anonymous. Good luck with The Council’s guidance.

      To be honest, we’re not sure why our blog is a magnet for abortion questions, but it must fill an important need. We’ll ask The Council and see what their take is on your question. Stay tuned for the answer. Love and light, Bob & Cynthia

      Comment by Cynthia & Bob | July 8, 2017 | Reply


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