I could have easily done a video on this topic, but I only recently just made a video for my brand new 'Ghostly Gabblings' series, and I touched on this a little there (I will attach the link to this blog post). But I wanted to talk about the experience I had at the spiritualist church a few days ago. As most of you know, I belong to a spiritualist church. Not only does it allow me to talk to passed ones, it also is one of the friendliest places I have been to. Everybody at that church is so kind and lovely to one another; something I love witnessing. Why wouldn't I want to revisit it? Learning and discovering new pieces of information is so exciting to me because I have never really felt very passionate about any particular religion or belief until now.
However, like any other, sometimes you have to stop and think. What if it comes to a point in my life where everything I believed in was wrong? I could be coming to the end of my time, only to discover that death is the just the end. There is nothing more to it. But once again, something happened to help me understand all over again.
I was sat listening to a medium speak with people who had relatives wanting to connect with them. I was sat beside my nan. At times, my nan has been able to connect with my granddad through a medium. It was then that the medium said she could see the name 'Audrey' (my nan's name). Then she stated she could hear the name 'Derek' (my granddad's name). There is no way in which this lady knew my nan and would know of this information. She then continued to say that this man who she could see loved trains. This sounds like an odd statement to make but my granddad was mad about trains. From going on steam train rides to having his very own model train station that he kept in his office. (I say office... he ended up dedicating the whole room to his train set in the end). The medium went on to say how my granddad watches my nan visit particular places and sit in certain seats because routine makes her feel comfortable (a habit my nan has always had). After a few more pieces of evidence, it was said that my granddad was just letting my nan know that she 'was doing okay'. My nan has been going through a lot recently and she needed to hear this.
Isn't that lovely? I have stories like this to share all day but this one has been replaying in my mind. Hearing names be said to you as evidence like that is a little reminder to say... yes, we really are still here, and we are all looking out for you.
On this same event, the medium also came to me and described that my nan was watching over me (my other nan, of course). She passed away a few years ago now. The medium described her just spot on; a whole lot better than I would of been able to. The medium then went on to say that I had been sending out thoughts to the spirit world about needing help for my anxiety. (I had been doing exactly this but had not told anybody). I was really struggling with confidence and I wanted somebody out there to understand me. She said I was having difficulty doing the things I wanted to because I was too nervous. She was simply telling me that my relatives are up there and will be behind me the whole time. So I should 'just do the things I want to do'. Spirit was telling me that I can do it. That meant a lot to me. They heard my thoughts - things I do not tell anybody. They heard it. That is how powerful thoughts are. So send thoughts of happiness and healing to people whenever you can. It really does get heard.
I hope you're all enjoying your Easter break!
Love and hugs,