Hey family, let me start off by saying this has been one heck of a week for us. I can’t even begin describe just how busy and turned upside down we are right now.
It’s all good stuff that’s going on, it’s just very chaotic around here. Sije Jamie is finishing packing her things for her move to her new home. It was awesome having her and her daughter living with us these past 4 years. We got a lot accomplished in that time.
She is literally moving just down the road a bit. In fact I timed her commute to work and its a bout 8 to 9 minutes. 10 minutes if there is a lot of traffic. 🙂
We have surprise for all of you and Sifu Phu but I can’t talk about this week. Next week we can though!
Because it’s been insane around here this past week, I only managed to get a few videos done for you. For those of you that attended our Washington D.C. Seminar and were VIP members, we will start putting that footage up for you next week hopefully.
I wanted to get something up for everyone this week, so I started working on the regular seminar footage. We have a lot of hours filmed this year. I am excited to start releasing that to you.
Today is also a special day for Sije Jamie as it is her son’s birthday. She wrote something on her Facebook today in hopes it might help someone else heal. 🙂
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A message from Sije Jamie:
Today marks my son’s 12th year in Heaven. My son Ayden was born full-term stillborn on this day back in 2005.
For those that have lost a child, you know it can be bittersweet regardless of how many years have passed.
The healing journey can be long, and it is often longer than it has to be.
Sometimes it’s because we aren’t ready to let go of the pain. Sometimes we feel guilty if we are not in agony anymore like our child and God would somehow want us to continue being so!?
Sometimes we harbor unforgiveness and usually it’s easier to forgive others in the scenario but oh so tough to forgive ourselves.
It’s the hardest thing in the world to feel like you failed to protect your child when they needed you most.
But it’s when you can find peace in the pain and find forgiveness for yourself that you will be able to
be set free.
It is when that hole in your heart will be an honor and something you become found of.
I still remember when Karen Meyers Frazier told us at an AMEND-Tampa meeting back in 2005, “The hole in your heart never goes away, but overtime the pain will and you will become found of that hole in your heart and even treasure it.”
She was right!
Also, knowing where your child is at helps greatly too. They are in the greatest hands and they feel no pain, sorrow, anger, etc.
And guess what? They want the same for you!
Sure we would rather be able to see them and hold them now, but at least they are in victory and we will have an opportunity to see them again!
Just know for every victory over the pain, the mourning, the anger, the sorrow… Your angel child is celebrating and cheering you on and dare I say all of Heaven rejoices with them too.
When you allow your pain to heal, it is then that your mourning will be turned into dancing. It is then that you will be able to help others navigate this life with much more ease from your experiences and what you’ve learned along the way.
Your pain and overcoming it can be used for good, if only you allow it.
Jamie Ann Pelaez
7:50 am EST
~* Love More | Be More | Do More *~
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