Unfortunately, "pat" religious dogma that often preempts personal questioning and introspection can never substitute for a gentle, truly meaningful, and deeply explored experience when the end of life draws near. Unsupported by ancient beliefs, the powerful death rituals and ceremonies that once safely guided our forbears into the afterlife, how might we better prepare our "modern" selves for this inevitable end-of-life experience? What can we expect and what should we believe? Where is our roadmap? Perhaps the Transition Blanket had come to show us the way...
While a high thread count may matter in the softness of a snuggle blanket, it is not really the key aspect you would be looking for in a quality blanket. It is true, though, that soft blanket do have high thread count. But what really matters is that the sheets are made out of superior materials. Cotton, wool, and other fabric are being rolled into yearn before they are created into blankets. Basically, quality yarn is what you should look for to make sure that the blanket is supple.
I felt an overwhelming personal sorrow about soon losing all physical connection with my dying father. We lived thousands of miles apart. Knowing I could help him in so many ways, if we lived closer left me frustrated and longing for deeper connection. I called upon the spirits and other compassionate energies for assistance, as is my shamanic way.
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