My last blog post was about a man who’s sister in law had a reading with me, and as he was about to pass away in the hospital yet he came through. It is literally the next post down titled ‘the weight of it all’. On a recent Friday morning, I had the pleasure with speaking with Jim again. His wife Karen came to see me. Her sister told her the incredible story of what had transpired and she just had to come meet me. She drove a little over 3 hours to come for a 9 am appointment! One of the reasons why I have an assistant do all of my bookings is because I do not want to know anything about my clients prior to sitting with them! This case was no exception. When Karen sat with me I treated her like every other reading. Explained how I work¸ what to expect and then started. She did not tell me who she was, or who she was looking for. I connected with a few spirits in the room and to be honest, I can’t remember it all now. Her husband was the 1st person in the room. He came in just as he had before with a hospital gown, major breathing issues, blood issue, hovering above the body (not coherent) before passing. He explained that he had not been well for a while, but had no intention of passing away. He honestly did not know he was going until it was too late (I later found out that he had his DNR removed). When I described this man to her she knew exactly who he was. She had read all my blogs, information and was not sure that he would come though. Her sister assured her that he would be here. It had been 5 long weeks and she shed tears of joy knowing that he was alright. I myself was shocked that he was able to manifest that fast. Our communication was a bit trying at times, but none the less he got his messages across to her. She has a journey ahead of her, but I am certain that she knows she is not alone. It was a real blessing to be able to connect these two people again. Thank you Karen. Many Blessings to you and a speedy recovery to your Jim.
I have always had a fascination with funerals. The daughter of a minister & medium, I guess you could see why. When I became a minister earlier this year, I knew that I would be seeing more funerals in my future. I did not know how interesting they would be. A previous client contacted me on a Wednesday night. Her father had passed and her family wanted to have a ‘celebration of life’. I was saddened to hear of his passing as I knew that she had lost her mother some time ago. She told me the celebration was on Sunday, so we had to meet asap. When she and her brothers came in, I could feel the weight of their loss. It had been a few days since he had passed, and although they knew he was not well with a terminal prognosis, we are never really ready for the passing of a parent. We talked in lengths about Doug. We laughed and cried as they told me wonderful stories of the man that loved them right to the end; the man they called Poppa. I took quite a few hours trying to figure out what stories I should share. The day came and I really wasn’t sure what to expect. You see, usually when I attend funerals, I see the deceased. I see them standing with their families and I see them comforting their friends. I see them sending the love that we who are here left in the physical realm miss so much. Doug was no different. I arrived at the hall a few minutes early in hopes that I’d be able to see him right away. I should have thought about it. I know it takes a tremendous amount of energy for them to manifest, and there wasn’t quite enough there yet. About half an hour in, there he was…. Hovering over where the food should have been. You see Doug was about feeding people, one of his very admirable traits. His family and friends had started gathering around and there was no food yet. When I told my client this, she laughed so hard. She said that it was just like him and then went off to tell her brothers what I was seeing. Later in the celebration he asked me where his jacket was. Puzzled, I asked the family, and they figured out that he was looking for a new jacket. All the members of the soccer club he belonged to had new red jackets, and he did not have one! What a giggle we had over that. The last time I saw Doug was when he stood behind his sister as she said a few words to the crowd about the brother that she missed so very much. The out pour of love was beautiful. Although this family was missing the 2 people who brought them into existence, they were surrounded by love & affection from their family & friends. Thank you Michelle & Family for allowing me to help you celebrate such a wonderful man! Blessings upon you all.
Now, for the Piece de résistance as they say. This past Saturday I was Officiating a wedding for two of the nicest, well suited people I have ever met. Kelli had been a work colleague of my husbands from a few years back. I had seen her as a client in 2010, and she had been back twice since then. The last time bringing her lovely fiancé Matt. They told me of their desire to be wed and then surprised me by asking if I would help them. I was ecstatic. The chemistry and love the two of these people exude was beautiful. We talked a few times over what they wanted and how I could help them achieve the ceremony they wanted. One of the things that I knew about this couple was their losses. Both had lost parents. Luckily for us, on their last visit with me, BOTH their mothers came in. I was thankful for their help, and they were thankful for the confirmation and acceptance of one another’s life partner by their mothers. Fast forward to Saturday! I completely forgot that the wedding was to take place in the Distillery District of Toronto. This is an incredibly old and spiritually active part of town. Busy was an understatement. On first arrival I was a bit frazzled, but I was able to get grounded fairly quickly. The guests were gathering in the gallery and the groom was anxiously waiting his first look at the bride. When she walked in the energy became so intense. One of the things I like to do when performing a wedding ceremony is to stand in the crowd. You see the ceremony has very little to do with me, its all about the couple, so they should be the focal point. As I took my place in the crowd, I became teary. I could feel each mother beside me. I also became aware of a male (I still do not know who he is). I was able to work through the energy and carry on with the ceremony. It was a beautiful full circle moment. Not wanting to distract the happy couple from their friends and family in the physical, I decided to hang on to the information and try to find a time later on to tell them what I felt. Luckily my husband was able to take a few photos of not only the ceremony but also the speeches at the reception. I was able to ‘show’ them where their parents where during both. In that last meeting, their mothers told me the colour of dresses they would be wearing to the wedding. The bride's mother was in Green, and the groom's mother in Pink. The Blue & Red orbs are other male spirits who were present, but I was not able to identify them. I was able to create a photo of where I could feel or see their presences. The newly weds left directly for their honeymoon so I have not had a chance to connect with them yet, but I did send them the information via Text Message. Isn’t technology grand! I have loaded them here for you to see…. The 1st is the original photo, and the 2nd shows where I felt the energies…. See how I was directed to one side in the 1st photo, and how 2 spirits were on that one side…. the energy was very intense. Anyway, I just wanted you to see what or how I feel. Kelli & Matt, thank your for allowing me to help you on your special day. The love & gratitude you expressed for one another could last nothing short of an eternity. Many blessings to you and your families.
To all of you who have allowed me to serve you, your families and God, Thank you. I am blessed and honoured to help in any way I can. With that being said, this minister, medium, and momma is tired! Not only did I host an event on Friday, taught a workshop Saturday morning, with the wedding in the evening, but both my boys have come down with a cold. Hibernation here we come! Sending love & light out to all of you. Xo Truly