Some people embark on extraordinary journeys to seek answers in a world filled with questions about what happens after people leave this earthly realm. Marie Johanne Croteau-Meurois, the author of Souls Who Leave Us: 12 True Stories from the Afterlife, yearned for a life filled with purpose and authenticity that went beyond the ordinary.
Her quest for an actual existence led her to a mystical realm, where departed souls who left us under tragic and painful circumstances find solace. In this enchanting journey, she discovered her hidden gift as a medium and helper soul, becoming a beacon of connection between the realms. This article will step into the realm of Marie Johanne and her wonders on the other side of the veil.
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Meeting the departed
Ever since childhood, Marie Johanne has possessed a natural ability to project her consciousness out of her body. She travels out of her body effortlessly, like breathing or blinking, with no specific technique.
Through this out-of-body experience, she traverses a great gate between realms and returns with valuable information and heartfelt conversations, specifically with tormented souls. By engaging in conversation and offering comfort, Marie Johanne guides these souls toward a desire to progress toward the light.
What’s even given is that Marie Johanne emphasizes how she never forces contact or selectively chooses whom to help. Instead, these souls reach out to her, seeking assistance.
Being a medium and a helper soul
Marie Johanne provides a precise answer when asked if she considers herself a medium. Her ability to project is different from mediumship in a traditional sense. Instead, it’s an exploration of other worlds and crossing boundaries actively.
And mediumship is more about receptivity, where mediums and shamans possess a unique physical quality. Still, she finds solace in that rare individuals connect with the higher realms and genuinely assist souls.
While she can be considered a medium, Marie Johanne utilizes her gift nonclassically. In that sense, she sees herself as a grounded helper and medium, yet still going beyond by practicing subtle energy therapies on the living.
Conversations from beyond
As defined by Marie Johanne, souls approach her in various ways, reaching out for assistance and guidance. Sometimes, these souls spontaneously appear during her sleep or meditations, seeking help. As she felt their expectations, she became more empathetic and always ready to offer aid.
Though not uncommon for these things to happen, Marie Johanne still finds it fulfilling how the guides of the beyond advise these souls to her. It is probably because their suffering is deeply rooted in the earthly world.
The helpers and guides of light in Devachan
When grieving souls embrace assistance, they are supported by helpers and guides of light. These compassionate beings guide these souls through various transitional levels tailored to their understanding and readiness. For Marie Johanne, these levels lead to a luminous universe known as “Devachan,” shaped by each consciousness’s openness.
Devachan is regarded as the place where most souls go after death, where desires are gratified, corresponding to the Christian belief in Heaven. However, Devachan is a temporary, intermediate state of being before the soul’s eventual rebirth into the physical world. And, of course, time holds no sway in these realms as souls progress at their own pace.
Death and the afterlife
In today’s modern Western world, we sometimes forget that the sacred essence of life will eventually slip away from everyone’s grasp. However, according to Marie Johanne, avoiding the topic won’t prevent death — as it’s as accurate as the present moment. Unlike a contagious disease, the end does not materialize merely by acknowledging its existence.
While people diligently prepare for the newborn’s arrival, Marie Johanne believes no one should avoid preparing for inevitable departure. Death to her is a natural part of life, akin to opening the door to the other side where its spiritual family welcomes the soul.
Just as each birth is a joyous occasion, every death holds the potential for a beautiful journey. Death remains a vast and enigmatic taboo in every end-of-life care, near-death experience, and search for evidence of the afterlife.
Embracing the unknown
Indeed, compassion becomes the guiding light, the key to unlocking the depths of everyone’s humanity. Marie Johanne calls upon you to embrace the power of empathy, to extend hearts to those in need, and to cultivate a profound sense of understanding.
Through her words, transcend your limitations, see beyond yourself, and embark on a boundless love and kindness journey. Let compassion be the anthem of your life, a force that transforms the world one soul at a time.