Re-blog – Do Souls Plan Suicide In Their Pre-birth Blueprint?

At a cafe that I frequent, I was seated next to a table of middle-aged men whose topic of conversation — suicide — is quite timely, with the observance of World Suicide Prevention Day coming up.

I was quick to judge them for being so judgmental of those who commit suicide. Such selfish, self-centered and arrogant lot, I thought to myself.

Why do I say that?

Well, their main argument is they see those who commit suicide as SELFISH because they are not thinking of the loved ones they are leaving behind, and the agony that their suicidal act would cause them.


I found it offensive, selfish, and lacking in compassion to hear that the pain and agony of the one committing suicide was not being considered in the equation!

I was tempted to butt in and ask, “Who are we considering selfish?”

But I didn’t. I wouldn’t.

Instead, I chose to practice empathy and compassion. They just don’t know any better.

And I wish they do. I fervently wish they do.

And I remember writing this post around the time of Robin Williams’ suicide in August 2014 — which I’m re-blogging as my contribution to the conversation of increasing awareness of suicide prevention — in the hope that conversations such as what I overheard would occur less frequently. That we all become better informed and educated. That we are not quick to judge or condemn those who have chosen to intentionally cause their own deaths.

Because the truth of the matter is, no one truly knows what’s going on in the suffering individual’s psyche. No one knows what is their Soul evolutionary path.

Death β€” especially suicide and abortion β€” is a complex topic that many of us are grappling coming to terms with.

Admittedly, I was quick to judge when I learned that Robin committed suicide. Thankfully, I was also just as quick to catch myself. I opted, instead, to do a deeper inquiry.

And thankfully, I now know better. And I know that the one and only thing that I, that we can and must offer and practice is — Empathy and Compassion.

Why do souls commit suicide? Is it part of their spiritual contract?

Do they know before they incarnated that they would end their earthly experience in such a manner?

Is a suicidal person sinful and less spiritual? Is suicide a sin?

What can I, we, the world do to assist those who are suicidal? What is our responsibility?

How can we heal from the pain and deep wounds of losing a loved one who committed suicide?

In Your Soul’s Gift: The Healing Power of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born, author and psychotherapist Robert Schwartz, PhD explains why souls would, before being born, plan to have specific experiences such as abusive relationships, abortion, incest, rape, mental illness and suicide.




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I find much joy & fulfillment in sharing my experiences & insights through writing & blogging. I created the site, ALIGNING WITH TRUTH as a virtual center for healing where I share my thoughts & reflections, as well as the tools & resources that are helping me as I move along the path of awakening & coming home to the Self. As I live in joy & align with Truth, I AM shining my Light which is how I contribute to the planetary & humanity ascension. Brightest & Magical Blessings!!! Om Shanti. Namaste...πŸ’—πŸ’–πŸ’œNadine MarieπŸ’œπŸ’–πŸ’—
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3 Responses to Re-blog – Do Souls Plan Suicide In Their Pre-birth Blueprint?

  1. Tor Cooper says:

    Nadine, Thank you so much for your re- post. I found the original post so very helpful when my youngest daughter chose to die by suicide. As part of Salmon Arm’s β€œSafer from suicide action committee”, I would love to share this with the rest of the committee. It’s great timing for tomorrow, September 10 and our local lantern walk. Many regards, Tor Cooper


  2. Hi Nadine, Thank you for sharing on this. I have wondered that myself and once had a psychic medium tell me that the loss of my love from suicide (almost 20 years ago now) was planned, his destiny. I don’t know about that but I do agree that it was a high probability for him.
    He had planned a hard soul life. We were together for 10 years from the time I was 16, until 3 day before I turned 26. It’s coming on 20 years and I’ve really been wanting to talk about it, share my story, and hopefully now be able to help others that are going through something like that. I’ve been thinking about blogging about it and other things.
    I had to do a lot of work to realize that it wasn’t my fault, that I couldn’t of stopped it.
    My uncle also died by suicide. I understood his situation a little more though. He was paralyzed in a car accident and that’s a hard way to live especially in the days when there wasn’t ADA, etc.
    I was guided to a site called Others may want to check it out. It’s really interesting, Elisa channels her son Erik that died by suicide.
    I’m going to have to check out that book. I did see one of his youtube interviews that was good.


  3. Visionkeeper says:

    This poor misguided world is in desperate need of learning the art of empathy and compassion and just plain caring about each other. If we took the time to think about the plight of the suicidal soul,we would see that their pain must be excruciating for them to even consider ending life for themselves. Not an act to be taken lightly. My brother took his own life and while it broke hearts and altered lives, I can appreciate his pain and his wanting to to stop it. It doesn’t make me love him any less. Humanity needs to wake up and get out of its own way…Thanks for sharing Nadine πŸ™‚ VK ❀

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πŸŒ›πŸ™πŸ’–πŸŒŸπŸŒžWould love to hear your thoughts, experiences, and wisdom!!!πŸŒžπŸŒŸπŸ’žπŸ™πŸŒœ

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