I have a client whose deceased husband has been coming to her sessions, almost without fail, for about two years. Their love for each other has clearly transcended boundaries and it continues even while one of them is no longer in human form.
Dick is a joy to communicate with. Sometimes he is quiet and takes everything in, other times he is all smiles and eager to talk. Sometimes he does energy work on his wife right alongside of (or through) me and sometimes he lets me have the floor.
He is respectful, courteous and polite and has a fabulously dry sense of humor which brings happy tears to his wife’s blue eyes.
He shows up in human form or as the color orange. Sometimes I don’t see him but he telepathically talks to me. Sometimes he shares quips about his life with his beloved and sometimes he tells me information about the spiritual realm.
In life, Dick was a scientist and a professor which made him naturally analytical/logical. He preferred to do things that didn’t involve people. His wife, on the other hand, loves helping people and Dick didn’t understand this need. He also didn’t believe in his wife’s ‘hunches’ and he most certainly would never have given Reiki or channeled messages the time of day.
But now, in death, he tells me he has been ‘awakened.’
Last month, right around the time we were learning about downed air crafts, Dick briefly popped into session and seemed excited but worn-out and rushed. This was a far cry from his normal calming, sedate and respectful manner. It was kind of as if he was overwhelmed with the enormity of something.
He said he couldn’t stay as he had a lot of work to do. He said he and others were helping newly deceased souls find Home. He popped in and out of my client’s session that day. He was clearly torn; he really wanted to be with his wife and to have me communicate his words, but he had obligations elsewhere.
During my client’s most recent session, Dick returned and he was enthusiastically excited. He said he has been tasked to work with people. He, and others, were helping souls leave their physical body and return to energy, just like him. He told his wife he didn’t realize how tiring dealing with emotions could be. His wife of 40 years laughed and said that dealing with emotions was NOT his specialty. She found comfort in the knowledge he was learning to do so.
Up until Dick’s recent communication, I thought once you died and became a soul you’d live on Heaven’s easy street. You know, nothing to do because it was already done. You were free from all pain, you took a vacation from all this spiritual learning crap and you played golf/cards or fished/napped all day until you reincarnated. But Dick’s revelations about his continued learning left me questioning all of what I thought.
Dick knew what I was thinking because my brain was instantly flooded with a whole bunch of telepathic information concerning this. For instance, I knew Dick was helping individuals who died en masse by guiding their ascending souls from earth. I knew it wasn’t just Dick doing this; it was a large group or ‘pocket’ of entities (200 or so) who had banded together to help and they’re very happy doing so.
I learned that once you physically die your work or maybe more appropriately, what you need to work ON, doesn’t stop. You are given opportunities to learn and grow by taking, ummm, let’s call them classes. As is the case with Dick, he was given the opportunity to spiritually advance – after his physical death – by learning about and dealing with the complexities of human emotions. The last piece of knowledge I remember is that there are literally thousands of courses you could enroll in.
After our session ended, it once again occurred to me how fantastic this gift of communicating with the deceased (and the Ascended) is. It also, once again, reminded me of how limited my human brain is. I believe strongly at one point my brain knew all of this information as I had literally been there and done that. But in order to not overload the circuits, I (we, really) had to forget some stuff so we could eat, drink and be merry.
I love these sessions with my client and her deceased husband. It reminds me that there IS more out there, that love doesn’t stop just because one person has left the physical plane (right, Angie?) and that death ISN’T the end.
How fabulous is that?
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Oh yes! Keep on doing your stuff, dear friend! You are spot on here!!
Love your great feedback, friend. Thank you!