Are you nervous about trying to communicate with a lost loved one? Do you think people will think you are weird or be afraid of you if you admit to being able to communicate with a lost loved one?

I hear you. I get it. I was there. I was petrified to tell anyone that I thought I was communicating with my deceased husband. “I” even thought I might be crazy.

The first person I told was the one person I felt safest with in the world. However she is the one person who I thought would also be the most cynical and non-believing. So, deciding to tell her was a struggle. But, I had to tell someone.

The things my deceased husband was telling me needed to be shared. They were healing, they were calming, they were peaceful. If I never told anyone they would be wasted.

So, as my mom and I were sitting in the hair salon, (She had dropped her whole life when she drove as fast as she could to the airport to come to my side.) because she had missed her haircut appointment a few days earlier, I took a few deep breaths. I couldn’t seem to steady my breathing. But even so, I knew I had to say something.

I started with, “I need to tell you something.”

She turned her head to me. I could tell she was curious, and also as she was my mom, worried. The fear ran up my spine, what would she think? Would the look in her eyes after I told her change? Would she still love me? Listen to me? Believe me? I didn’t know.

But I went on, “Mark has been talking to me.”

She didn’t say anything, she didn’t move. I was scared but couldn’t stop.

“He said, that ……………” (I am not going to say what I told her because it would be a huge spoiler for my book, ‘The Gift Giver”)

I sat there, not knowing what to expect. Silent tears started streaming down her cheeks. She didn’t blink, she didn’t move. The tears came and she moved closer to me.

She said, “That sounds exactly like Mark.”

I breathed a sigh of relief! She didn’t think I was crazy. That meant that maybe I wasn’t.

That moment changed me. It gave me the courage to share my whole story with the world. I hope it can also change you. I hope you know that there is nothing weird or strange or crazy about communicating with a lost loved one. It is a natural evolution of our spirits. If you loved each other in life, you will also after life. And that love strengthens the ‘gap’ between the physical and the spiritual world.


My Tip for You:
After I started telling people about my experience I had a crazy thing happen. Almost EVERYONE would tell me a story from their life where they received communication from a lost loved one. At first I couldn’t believe how many people were having similar experiences. Now, I know that MOST people do (probably everyone, but some people are scared to believe it). So, please believe that it’s possible for you. 

Love and Light,