Death has been around since the dawn of time. Even so, when it occurs it is difficult to accept. The subject can be so painful that it has almost become taboo to discuss it at times. There are several reasons that we fear the prospect of death, but perhaps the most powerful reason is that the loss of a loved one is one of the most painful experiences that a person can go through.
When a person loses somebody close to them, it can feel as though a part of themselves has left with them. It can take a very long time for the pain to pass, and even afterward life will never be quite the same. Death is an inevitable fact of life. Even so, it doesn’t have to involve a great deal of fear. There are methods that can be used to lessen the devastation.
One method of coping with disease and death in your social circle is through subliminal messages. These can help you feel the internal strength that you need in order to move on. These messages come in the form of positive reinforcement, allowing you to feel their encouragement even when you aren’t thinking about them on a conscious level. Some of the words that you may want to use on yourself are statements such as “I will emerge from this a stronger person,” “Every day is a new opportunity,” “I have pleasant memories of those I have lost,” or “I will make it past this pain.”
The reason for these affirmations is to help you alter your point of view from a negative outlook to a positive one. This allows anxiety, stress, and depression to be turned into hope, acceptance, and love.
The idea behind subliminal messages is to plant the message in your subconscious so that they will not be easily forgotten the way that they would if you simply spoke the to yourself once or twice. One way to do this is to write positive messages and place them throughout your home so that you encounter them in your daily life even if you do not think about them consciously. You can also speak the words to yourself when you look in the mirror.
Another method is the use of visualization. This means closing your eyes and thinking of positive images that can help you to cope with the pain that you are going through.