Wednesday, May 12, 2010
I sat spellbound most of the evening, although I really couldn't personally identify with the amazing things happening right before my eyes. I realized that in order to accurately judge the validity of claims being made, I needed to involve myself in a healing.
When my time came, I moved to the center chair between two members of AS, one being the facilitator and the other offering her body as a means of communication for the dearly departed. My co-worker and friend assumed this role and I'm glad because she offered the greatest proof that I wasn't involved in a sham.
Let me preface the end result by stating that for years, I 'd suffered a neck ache that came on at the strangest of times, and apparently for no medical reason. The pain was often unbearable. As I sat on the couch, waiting for others to finish their turns, I felt that familiar ache starting. My friend delved into the depths of relaxation, allowing the spirit who adhered to me to speak through her. I have to say that the voice was totally different than the one I was used to hearing, and the mannerisms were nothing like my subdued friend.
The spirit who communicated with the facilitator and myself claimed to have known me in a past life...one when I was a man and we worked together laying stones on castle turrets. That life ended when I fell to my death, and the spirit assumed responsibility for not catching me when I lost my balance. Through guilt, this person failed to cross over, instead clinging to my energy because of friendship and familiarity. Once the facilitator asked him to search for the light and he saw it, my neck ache disappeared and to this day, I've no longer been bothered with that same discomfort. Some may say it's all coincidence, but I say it's real.
The first healing made me want to know more, so I agreed to do another, but...of course, in keeping with my "hook" to bring you back, I'll share that tomorrow, so be here or miss out. *lol* I'm loving how everyone is sharing tales of their own. There are spirits among us, and I have a few more tales to convince you.
In the meantime, have a look at my friend's website. Margaret has her own spiritual gifts to share. I hope she doesn't mind that I borrowed the above picture from her site. :)