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.