Recently someone close to us passed away and the death was accidental but not peaceful. I felt a need to go and gift the house where it happened.
The day the news came there was an urge to put an HHG inside the house. Felt that had to be done but knew it would be difficult.
Today I went there and the trip made for slow driving with lots of gear changes, which I like. There was a lot of people in their homes and yards busying about.
I walked around, took pictures of the landscape and dropped several TBs in the neighborhood. Looking at the house it felt there was no way I’d knock and bother the people there, whom I didn’t know. So I got in the car to leave.
I’m driving away and just past the house a man crosses to the middle of the street and asks me to stop. Two friends of his stand waiting on the nearest sidewalk, for support. I thought they had spotted one of the towerbusters and were going to ask me about it.
It turns out the man was from the house where it happened. He was very distressed because he thought I was from the newspapers and he already had problems with them the day before. Understandably, him and his wife just want to move on and forget about it. We talked a bit, I told him who I was and he became friendlier. Seeing his distress it occurred me to offer him an HHG, which he accepted.
In the end we exchanged numbers and he invited me to come visit another time.
Meeting this man unexpectedly and giving him the HHG was another example of the synchronicity involved when doing the work, which in this case was not “towerbusting” but still part of a larger healing effort.
Another aspect of helping someone who departed can be to send them heart energy, which we often call “boosting”. You can learn that at donebydooney.com
For busting death towers it’s better to keep moving, of course. When you don’t do that you make it easier for anyone to follow you around. It’s not essencial but it helps to carry a succour punch too, which seems to block eletronic surveillance. Didn’t notice it in Portugal yet, but in the US we were followed several times and I got my water spiked, once.
I wasn’t concerned about this stuff today and fortunately got the locals’ attention.