The heart has always been portrayed as the sacred space where our feelings originate and where we store our life experiences; both happy and sad. Angels represent the spiritual world – a realm which transcends our earthly experiences. They are seen as a symbol of comforting help as they bring light and peace into the darkness of our troublesome situations. This is why I have combined both words, heart and angels, in the name for this range of products. I want you to embrace the concept, that while your precious child is no longer with you in the physical, his/her spirit lives on in your heart – your very own special angel of the heart. You continue to spiritually nourish your little one with the love in your heart which wells up like a spring, always flowing freely and watering your inner treasure. Many people find comfort in creating a book of memories surrounding their loss or a personal memorial to their loved one’s life. This can take the form of a journal, scrapbook, compilation of home movies, a favourite song and/or a keepsake box. Here you can store poems you have written or found, result of your pregnancy test, a birthstone of the month your loss occurred, symbols of your child. Perhaps plant a rose bush during a special ceremony or maybe even create a memorial garden. Often your local Garden of Remembrance or church will offer a service you can attend. Some people organize a candle lighting ceremony in their home, garden or park. If you haven’t already done so, give your baby a name; a name honours your child’s existence. There is an old Eskimo legend that says a newborn baby cries because it has not yet received a name. Remembering our loved ones in as many ways as possible allows us to stay connected, but at the same time promotes healing.
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