Thursday, 3 September 2015

How do you know it's your dead loved one who is talking?

How do you know it's your dead loved one who is talking?

Far from being serious and mysterious, readings are often eye opening and humorous. Our loved ones in the spirit world retain their personality and sense of humour after passing and often share this with me as a way of proving who they are.    I was very surprised when the reading I did this morning started with me putting my feet up on my desk, because this is something I never do. I motioned to take my glasses off, and to take my teeth out (which would have been difficult because I don't have dentures.) I exclaimed, "Thank God I'm home!"   My client immediately burst into tears, telling me that was exactly what her husband did when he came home from work. He would put his feet up, remove his glasses and his teeth, saying, "Thank God I'm home!" After a few minutes of tears and tissues, we were both laughing at his antics and sharing heart warming memories.

Being a Spiritual Medium is a blessing in its truest sense. There is nothing else, no medication, or therapy that can bring such peace and comfort to a bereaved parent, than to be shown by a spiritual medium, that their child lives on and is aware of what is happening in the lives of those left behind. The bond of love never dies and to share in the unconditional love of spirit is a blessing that enriches my life and the lives of all it touches. Talking to spirit never ceases to amaze me. Working as an international spiritual medium for many years you would think that I wouldn't be surprised any more, but each spirit brings their own story and their own surprises.

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