Caitlin Gray On Death – 20191205


Caitlin Gray! Caitlin is a 31yo mother, teacher, and historian. I went to high school with her and she popped up on my radar this past Mother’s Day due to a heartfelt post on social media. During this conversation, we discuss the loss of her daughter in utero this past April, her evolving spirituality from Catholicism to mediumship and shamanic meditative practices, and the surprise of discovering a new half-brother.

I hope you enjoy!

Caitlin is…
human,
a spirit of some kind,
a wife,
a sister,
a daughter,
a mother,
a teacher,
patient,
thoughtful,
spiritual,
and kind.

Before Caitlin dies, she wants…
to be able to make sure that the people she loves know that undeniably,
and to figure out what she looks like after this particular journey.

When Caitlin dies, she wants…
to be aware,
and some of the weight that can come with the death of someone doesn’t stay with the people she loves too long.

After Caitlin dies, she wants…
her family to be at peace,
her story to be remembered,
and people to find meaning in her life.

In conclusion, Caitlin says…

“The more you can connect with people, the easier it can be to find meaning. And sometimes there is no meaning. And, that’s okay.”


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