The Spiritual Understanding Of Suicide. [Life-Saving Insights]

The Spiritual Understanding Of Suicide. [Life-Saving Insights]

The Spiritual Understanding Of Suicide. [Life-Saving Insights] 1920 1080 Christina Lopes

Discover the spiritual understanding of suicide, why it’s on the rise, and what to do if you or someone you love experiences suicidal ideation.

Suicide has been on the rise in recent years, especially for sensitives and empaths.

As a sensitive myself, I understand how overwhelming and heavy the world can feel. In fact, I almost died by suicide twice as a teenager.

But since my awakening, I’ve learned why suicide happens and have put into place regular spiritual practices to proactively care for my mental health.

So if you struggle with suicidal ideation or know someone who does, I’m here today to say that it gets better. Each day is another opportunity to shift your energy and create a life of limitless joy.

This week’s video will teach you the spiritual perspective of suicide and what to do if you struggle with suicidal thoughts. After watching, you’ll see this tough topic in an entirely new way. 

You’ll hear:

💥 What suicide means from a spiritual perspective

💥 Why suicide is on the rise on the planet, especially amongst sensitives and empaths.

💥 What to do if you or someone you love goes through suicidal ideation or is actively suicidal.

Here’s the audio version of this video:

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Once you watch the video, let me know in the comments below:

Have you been impacted by suicide?

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With deep love and gratitude;

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CHRISTINA LOPES, DPT, MPH

I’m a life coach, spiritual teacher, and former clinician. My life’s work is to help accelerate your spiritual awakening so you can heal your past, overcome any challenge, and live with joy and purpose. If you need help in navigating your spiritual awakening, I recommend that you check out my popular free guided meditations.

12 Comments
  • Hello Christina, I have had suicidal feelings and my two sons have also.My youngest son took his life 17 years ago at the age of 27. It devastated me. My older son continues to go through them and these past 3 years has not let up. He’s tried to get help but I feel he just falls through the cracks like my younger son did. I’m at at loss.

    Love Myrna

    • Amanda – Team Christina January 31, 2023 at 4:45 pm

      Thank you for sharing Myrna, it can be so difficult and I’m sorry to hear about your son. We love having you in our community and we’re sending you lots of love and strength! ❤❤

  • Hi Christina sorry but I have to disagree with this video and my fiancée does to suicidal thoughts has absolutely no connection with spirituality everyone gets them Evan people who are not spiritual awakened Evan I did many years before my awakening and I think its out of order you making such a video putting bad energy out there and bad vibes I saw this and I was really shocked you had put such a bad impression out there sorry to say I like your videos but this one is taking it to far having suicidal thoughts is upsetting for everyone and you putting this video up is just making things worse.

    • Amanda – Team Christina January 31, 2023 at 4:47 pm

      Thank you for sharing your perspective Mark. We love having you in our community and value your opinion! ❤

  • I think about suicide because I am a full-time caregiver to a spouse who uses a wheelchair. The only way out of this is my death or his. There is no light at the end of the tunnel, and I can’t leave. I have already gone through my spiritual awakening and still am going through it, although more comfortably. But suicide can be from being in hell with no way out. Support groups for this are a lie if you try to be honest about wanting the person you care for to die. I get told it’s an honor and a blessing to care for a loved one. No, it isn’t. It’s pure hell, and now two lives are ruined.

    • Amanda – Team Christina January 31, 2023 at 4:49 pm

      What a difficult situation, Ellen- thank you for sharing your story. We are so happy to have you in our community, and we’re sending you love! ❤

  • I lost my dad to self hanging. I grew up with two step dads who treated me like a way to control someone they couldn’t control through my mother.
    I grew up with awful male domination and boyfriends of course to assist in that design mission.
    My husband hung himself in 2007. Afterwards I had a massive visual of him and my dad colliding while hanging. I lost my children from the weight of death I felt. I now understand more than I ever have since meeting my twin flame. I have so much respect for you and I honestly appreciate what you just posted! I have a lot that would actually contribute to your new understanding of what happens spiritually. This is a story you want to know. I humbly ask you for your attention.? If not… then I accept that too.

    • Amanda – Team Christina January 31, 2023 at 4:51 pm

      Wow Christina, thank you for sharing. I’m sorry to hear about your losses. We are so grateful to have you in our community- sending you love! ❤

  • Unfortunately, I have been impacted by suicide. I lost my mother, when she was 42. I was a teenager. Her first attempt was unsuccessful, I found her in the bathtub -she had slit her wrists. Her second attempt was successful, My brother and I found her in the backyard- dead from a gunshot wound to her head. Then I lost my youngest son when he was 37, he had hung himself in the shed, I have spent an enormous amount of time, trying to make sense of these deaths, over the years. I have always believed in God, but also felt there was more then the bible. I have come to believe that the struggles my mother and my son had were due to their respective sensitivities to the outside world. They both had ,at different times, received traditional western medical help, which neither felt was beneficial. I wish spiritual – non religious -help had been available. But unfortunately suicide was and really is still not truly discussed. Its mentioned, in main stream, because its “the current popular topic”. However very little is truly being done to prevent and stop the dying. Thank you, for this video. I believe the more options out there to offer support, for people who are struggling, the greater chance of being successful in helping .

    • Amanda – Team Christina January 31, 2023 at 4:53 pm

      Karen, I am sorry to hear about your losses. That’s so difficult. Thank you for your support, we love that you’re a part of our community! Sending love ❤❤

  • Suicide is a very CRUEL to those left behind. If you should choose to do such a selfish act, do so where someone who is trained to find your body. But understand that Nobody can truly prepare for that. I honestly believe you will have to pay spiritually for the EXTREME PAIN caused to those left behind.

    • Amanda – Team Christina January 31, 2023 at 4:56 pm

      Thanks for sharing your perspective, Dinah. We love hearing from you and having you in our community! ❤

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