God, my guides or my intuition guided me to my local library of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu,
Québec, Canada and to your book Votre Enfant Medium. I am currently
reading your book with great interest and I am at chapter 10….
My daughter Sophia of 7 years old, regularly says to me (in French), “Dad I think I just
did telepathy with you now since I was going to say the same thing you just said….”.
I naturally acknowledge that she is right! I reciprocate and state the same, when I am thinking
of something or wanting to say something to her and she says it before me! J We are having fun doing it!
My son Gabriel of 6 years old, says to my wife Anna a few weeks ago that he can see
In the day or night special shapes or beings in our house of various colors. When I asked him
since when he has been seeing them and why has he not mentioned that to us before,
he says “Well, I know I am the only one that can see them.....”. He goes on saying “ Some
have nice colors and others not so nice and they want me to follow them inside the wall
but I don’t go with them….”
I reassured him that he can freely talk to mom and dad about them
and we believe him. That mom and dad do not see them for now but we can sense their presence.
That he can talk to the good lights and say to the bad lights to go away….And that we can work
as a team, and should the bad lights not want to go away, to let dad know and with loving light
he will have the bad lights go away. But that he can do it also himself, since Loving Light is the mightiest of all energies!
Should you have any other particular insight in assisting my kids feel free to share?
By the way, you live in a beautiful state of Oregon! I experienced/felt its beauty and energies as I went there on a mission several years ago with an international group of friends to meditate, pray and did something similar to what you call “trance” etc…. at a few mountains and lakes to amplify the loving energies of these areas and actualise them in the present time…..
Keep up the good work! Bye for now!— Hugs, Walter
You are a beautiful example of a sensitive parent helping his children with exactly the right level of support and openness. I think for your son, it is important to advise him to not go inside the wall with the "not so nice" spirit entity or energy. He will benefit from learning how to call in his angels or guides, which is in the book. You might help him practice this. I don't foresee any problem for him—he's much too good and light to have issues.
But, it's always good to know how to contact our guides and angels. If you don't find what you need in the book, check out by course Be a Divine Conduit for Guides and Angels—that would be for you to do, not your son, and then you can advise him.
(I am sorry it is not in French—perhaps in the years to come, it will be translated!)
Much love ,
I've just been listening to your podcast on connecting with the departed (last year sometime) and you mentioned a red clothed and hatted saint coming through in the hospital - could it be St Stephen? There are images of him in red with a hat? See attached. Some syncronicities about him too have shown up.
I wanted to share a couple of experiences I've had then past week also.
My ex sister in law sadly passed away from breast cancer last week, quite suddenly in the end. I attended her memorial on Wednesday and it was amazing. In the area above the room I could sense her spirit, smiling and laughing sometimes throughout the service but overall the feeling around her was one of great love. It was beautiful!
Then in a meditation I asked my guides if Ann was wanting to come through. The guide who always comes forward did so and Ann appeared - she was dressed in 80s style clothes and seemed just so full of joy! She had her arms up as if rejoicing. I was a little surprised as I expected some sorrow or sadness as she has left two children behind, but she seemed so joyful. She did say she'd be with them and had some simple messages for them. It was just wonderful to know she is free from the cancer and so transformed!
Thanks so much for your teachings that enabled me to connect with her this way, it is so much appreciated.—Lucy :), Australia
Hi Lucy - thank you for sharing your beautiful experience. It is true that the departed are not only with us, but that they usually are experiencing profound love, bliss and yes, as you say—so much joy and freedom! It is good to remember that even while we here on earth may grieve, for those who have transitioned it is often a very different experience. I know that when I connect with my departed father or grandmother, he/she are always in states of great joy.
Folks who want to learn to connect with the departed might check out this course, Be a Divine Conduit for Your Guides & Angels—it also teaches how to do mediumship.
I discovered you through Daily OM that I read almost daily. I feel very stuck at the moment and I'm not sure if its due from my relationship uncertainty or just the fact I need more purpose in my life, but i am taking it out on my fiancé instead.
I met him three and a half years ago. His wife had died a year and a half before. The family did not accept me at first and probably kept thinking this would pass and he would move on to the next. We fell in love quickly and have both been excited about our future together until recently. My youngest goes to college in the fall and he wants me to move in when she goes away.
I am not comfortable in his apartment. He has a huge picture of himself and his late wife ( it's probably 3 ft x 4 ft) really! And there are quite a few other pictures of the two of them. The apartment feels like a memorial to me. I had a few pics of us up but they seem intrusive. Every time I bring up making small changes to the apartment he says he likes it the way it is.
We do not have a wedding date and have been engaged since August of 2012. I am the one in the process of cleaning out her huge closet. He has told me he does not want to take the huge picture down. ( it was bad enough that it was in the immediate foyer when you walked in now it's by his office) he is so generous and loving in so many ways but I don't feel like he is even trying to understand my feelings. He was married over 30 years and has 2 grown children with her.
My frustration is surfacing almost daily and I need to find some answers within myself. Any guidance you have to offer would be greatly appreciated.
Your fiance needs time to complete his grieving process. Unfortunately, until this is done, he won't be able to be fully present to a relationship with you. Sometimes after such a big loss, such as a spouse or long time partner, the grieving partner jumps into a relationship too fast, because he/she doesn't want to be alone, or the suffering is too unbearable to face alone.
I think that's what happened here. Your fiance did not have time to complete his grieving when he met you.
Until he's ready to release his departed wife, he's not ready to go forward with you. And, it would be a mistake and create a lot of heartbreak for your to try to force it or hope that it will work.
I would suggest you take some breathing time from each other, of at least several months, during which he can get some counseling. During this time, you can also examine your own feelings—do you really love him, or are you more playing a "rescuer" role for him. Definitely, it's not time to move in together.
Grief is not something that can be wrapped up neatly; it's a myth that it only takes a year. For many people, it takes much, much longer. Counseling can help a great deal.
This is hard on both of you, and it may be that the relationship has a future. But healing has to happen first—so allow yourself both the gift of taking some breathing room, and allowing that healing to happen before you attempt to move forward.
You might also find benefit from my self-study course Heal Your Love & Relationship Karma.
Lately God has been showing me clear signs to be with a man that I actually do like very much. I resist because he is not my ideal mate. I would do anything for God when the time comes, but for now my thoughts of egotistic separation from this guy is causing repercussions. I feel as if I am a burden to everyone I talk to because I'm no longer focused on helping people but having them identify me as someone with worth. I do want to be with him, I just don't respect what I want. It's somehow better to me to be perfect than to be loved. I must be confused. Do you have any advice?
Also, does the Devil really exist? Does God feel emotions? Why does He kill people and condemned women to be dominated by their husbands in the bible? Thank you—Kassidy
As always, I love your insightful questions. A few thoughts...
"I would do anything for God when the times comes..." might be reframed to be the time is always here, now... there's not future tense on God/Divine/All/One.
Perfection is not the point... we are here for soul growth, for the opening of our human hearts... not for perfect looks, money, grades, achievements, behavior and so on. We're here to grow as souls having a human experience... so, go out there and get the human experiences that will open your heart, and help you to become a more compassionate and loving —not perfect—person.
It is best to love and be loved. Both together. Perfection is overrated and not worth your time or attention.
The devil exists for those who believe in negative thought and allow it into their lives; for many, hell is their current life.
Does God feel emotions—Divine/One/All is beyond emotions, but we are able to get closer to this enlightened energy of love through our emotions and via the human heart.
Why does he kill people? I don't know why people die in wars and natural disasters and from illnesses. Some say it is the soul's agreement. It is very hard to deal with; so much pain.
Women were dominated by their husbands in the Bible because it was a different time and culture; we've evolved or are learning to evolve past that now. Equality means for all... race, gender, orientation, culture, age, etc.
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I've began read your story and books after finding out I may be clairvoyant. What I would like most is to learn what my dreams mean. I have for years dreamt of relatives that has passed on mostly my mother's mother. So far I have only related them to other members getting ready to crossover in up coming months. Lately, they're getting a little stranger and I would love to get a better understanding of my dreams.
Any direction you can give me would be appreciated.—Tatia
Many intuitive people receive messages and foretelling in their dreams—it sounds like you are one of them.
I often have dreams of natural diasters before they happen, especially when they have to do with water, such as the tsunami in Japan, or the typhoon in the Phillipines.
It sounds like your dreams are more related to people transitioning; this would suggest to me that you also have strong mediumship abilities (being able to communicate with the departed).
Remember that Divine time is different than earth time, so that if you have a dream about someone passing, it doesn't necessarily mean that this will be very soon. Sometimes, the Divine shows you things quite a bit ahead of time, so that you might have room to prepare for this passing, or to spend more time with the person when they are living.
Also, you may or may not want to tell others about your dreams. If you are not sure, ask the Divine to guide you on this.
Finally—don't use a dream book or online dream site to work with your dreams. Simply allow the meaning to unfold or "unpack" for you. Just think about the dream, and allow the meaning to arrive that is particular to you.
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