You’re back! Even though your eyes hurt from rolling so far up in your head? I appreciate that. Try not to think of me differently, I’m still the same margarita swilling, rock obsessed, chicken loving Mainiac (capital M thank you very much) you know and love. This is just another quirk to add to the list.
So that was strange experience number two. My reading with a psychic. It seems odd all these years later to even admit that out loud, but the simple act of rereading my blog from that time has lightened my heart again. If I took nothing else away from that weird and wonderful night it was the fact that our loved ones are never really gone. I truly believe that now…. and it’s a great comfort.
So here’s my last episode of that spiritual adventure. The aftermath.
I think I opened the floodgates….
Added: Wednesday, January 30th 2013 at 5:29am by rivergirl
Since my experience last Saturday, I’ve told a few close friends about the psychic I saw and how she made a believer out of me… if just for one night. I was a bit fearful of their reactions… expecting eye rolls and chuckles. But I swear it was like they were all waiting for that particular door to open so they could tell their stories.
It was completely bizarre…. A totally no nonsense conservative told me of visitations from his late mother. An old girlfriend I went to school with and thought I knew everything about, admitted she’s been seeing a psychic for 15 years. A down to earth grandmother of 7 told me about her numerous feelings of deja vu. A man that works with my husband, the most rigidly analytical mind in the office, brought these books for me to read and confessed he is a devout believer.
I skimmed a few chapters of these and think this woman is a flake……but whatever. It was the thought that counts.
I guess what really struck me is most people don’t feel comfortable talking about this subject until they know you’re on board.
So… I’m putting it out there.
I told you of my mind blowing re-connection with my late father. Are any of you willing to share your other worldly experiences?
I’d love to hear your stories… if you’re willing to share. And yes, I have a few more strange things in the archives. Experiences from time spent at my mother’s bedside during her last days in hospice. Maybe I’ll post those as well….