Death or transformation?By
Apologies for not blogging recently – I have been busy working with clients and had the opportunity to acquire part of a wonderful healing center in the USA. Sometimes we all get so busy pursuing our work that we forget the value of the current moment. I, for sure, don’t set the best example of work-life balance, but I am learning each day from clients here on earth and in the spirit world how important it is to appreciate what we have now rather than always striving towards the future. One of my greatest lessons is learning to be present for myself and the people that I love. I remember a wise friend once saying to me “the past is history, the future is a mystery and now is a gift – that’s why we call it the present”. I don’t recall where this wonderful quote originates, but I love it.
I spend all day, every day, working with people who are searching for comfort – looking for the truth and light amidst the clouds and challenges of their lives here on earth. Often they are searching for evidence that someone they have loved continues to exist. It is my great honor to work with the spirit world to prove that that there is no such thing as death. The thirteenth tarot card is “death”, but its significance is actually “transformation”. When we pass from this life to the next, we undergo a transition – a passage into a blissful world and a higher state.
The lessons of life can be tough. We come to this planet as it is easier to fully experience oneself. I hesitate to use the plural “ourselves” as I know that we are one. That’s why when we feel offended or angry with another person, it is because we see something that we must address in our own development. We are here to grow stronger, to become greater, and to transform.
As I reflect on my personal and professional year to date, I recall the number of times that people have said “I wish I had behaved differently”; “I wish that he knew how much I loved him” etc. I recently lost a great friend and partner, not to the spirit world, but because of perceived incompatibility and an inability to evolve beyond each other’s dysfunctional behaviors. The end of a relationship, whether to spirit or within this physical world, is a great bereavement. My guides say that our bereavement should be replaced with gratitude for transformation and a recognition that, as one great spirit, we cannot and do not lose anyone. We simply transform and evolve. Whether you mourn the loss of a friend, colleague, family member or lover, offer yourself healing with the knowledge that we are one and that one can never lose oneself. Also take a moment to express gratitude, compassion, a willingness to listen, compromise, truly hear each other and value what is so precious now because tomorrow it may transform.
As I have pondered the lessons and mistakes of my relationships, my guides urged me to develop a new service entitled “relationship compatibility analysis”. Whether in business or love, mutual respect and an in-depth understanding of each others’ personalities, purposes, talents and profound spiritual makeup are the keys to a successful partnership. Entering or maintaining a relationship without in-depth appreciation for each other is like steering a ship without a rudder. With this unique service, I have combined a number of complex but highly powerful tools with spiritual insight to bring you mind-blowing detail about who you are as individuals; how your joint dynamic functions; which challenges and opportunities to proactively manage; and much more. You can find further information about this service on my website:
I felt really uplifted this afternoon by the beautiful You Tube video below about a Royal Air Force pilot who received wonderful evidence of his friend’s continued existence in the spirit world. It reminded me of a conversation with a lady at the mall who looked at me and said that she had lost her husband. My guides’ response to her was immediate: “You have not lost George and never will”. Her eyes welled up with tears, and then she smiled with relief and asked “How do you know his name?”. My response: “I just listen”.