Spirits, and other things

This is a woo-woo post.

Had a conversation with my beautiful sister Jane (in spirit) yesterday, via Thomas John. I’d arranged to be a participant in his small spirit circle long before my brother Robert fell ill, so the timing couldn’t have been better.

I won’t go into the details, but I’d like to emphasize a few things that I’ve learned from being with my sister and father in spirit:

a. Once a person passes, they’re still able to communicate with the people they left behind b. So, if you’ve been sensing someone who’s crossed, it’s probably them c. People in spirit want us to be peaceful and happy d. After they pass, they don’t stop learning and growing e. The relationships with my dad and sister are easier because of that f. They understand more, so I understand more g. And having a greater understanding sure makes letting go of hurt easier h. And that makes room for love and gentleness to rein

I was raised to keep feelings hidden. Which is why I’ve needed a lifetime of therapy to learn how to have the intimate relationships I crave.

Hopefully, I’ve made things easier for my children in this department, even though I feel like I’ve still got training wheels on.

Indeed, I believe it’s better to iron out relationships here, when everyone is present in the flesh. And that we should try hard to push past hurts and regard each other as kindly as we know how to do, also while here in the flesh. That said, it’s comforting to know that there’s still time to work things out, even after a person has transitioned to the other side. All the love. xo

The photo: my sister mentioned a rainbow yesterday. On my recent stay in Hawaii, this one took my breath away. I noticed it in my side-view mirror, and it was so breathtaking that I made Funk turn the car around and go to it. Since Jane and I were once supposed to be in Hawaii together, I think this is what she was referring to.

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