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Signs From Your Loved Ones…

September 7, 2016
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I found this interesting article regarding ‘signs’ we receive from the other side. Many of us find objects, such as feathers, or see butterflies or ladybirds etc. and know that is our loved one showing they are near. For me it is ‘feeling’ my parents hands holding mine especially near water. It is an echo of being a small child and them holding my hands to swing me through the waves at the beach. There are also aromas that tell me they are there – usually at times of extreme emotional turmoil.

feathers

After our loved ones cross over, they are very anxious to let us know they are okay and are aware of what is going on in our lives. If we are not able to feel them around us, they will often give us signs that we cannot ignore. The person who is given the sign usually knows he or she is receiving a message from the other side. I always tell my clients that they do not have to look for signs – the signs will come to them.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/5894048

The signs our loved ones give us most often are:

They come through as an animal. Our loved ones are able to use their energy to go inside of an animal, such as a butterfly, ladybug, bird, or dragonfly – for a brief period of time. The animal does something it usually would not do, such as land on us, peck at our window, scream at us, etc.

They place common objects such as feathers, coins, or rocks in our path. Our loved ones like to place things over and over again in our path that were significant to them. I have had clients come to me who have had jars filled with feathers, coins, and objects they have found in the most unusual places.

dragonfly

They give off fragrances. We can often tell our deceased loved ones are around us when we smell their perfume, flowers, cigar or cigarette smoke, or any other familiar smell they had. There is usually no logical explanation of why the smell is there.

They make songs come on at the perfect time. We know they are around when their favorite songs come on at the right time with the exact words we need to hear. Often the same song is played in many different places.

They come to us in dreams. One of the easiest ways for them to come through to us is in our dreams. All we need to do is to ask them to come, and they will. However, we should ask them to wake us up after they come, or else we will not remember the dream. A dream that is a true visitation will be very peaceful and we will know it is truly our loved one. We will remember this type of dream in detail many years later. (On the other hand, a subconscious dream may be frightening or feel bad. This type of dream is not your loved one.)

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They show us the same numbers over and over. They loved to give us numbers that are relevant to them or you, such as birth dates, anniversaries – or repeating numbers, such as 1111, 2222, 3333, etc. These numbers may appear on clocks, billboards, or any other familiar place.

They allow us to feel peaceful for no reason. When our loved ones are in the room, they usually make us feel so loved and at peace. It usually happens at the most unsuspecting time, so there is no logical explanation for our sudden bliss.

They place thoughts in our head. Because they in spirit form, our loved ones don’t have an audible voice. Therefore, they give us messages telepathically. Pay attention to thoughts that just “pop” into your head. We can tell the difference between our thoughts and theirs by backtracking our thoughts. If you can find the thought that triggered the thought of your loved one, it is probably your thought. If something your loved one would say just pops in your head for no reason, it is probably him or her speaking directly to you!

They love to play with electricity. They turn electricity on and off. They like to flicker lights, turn the television and radio on and off, and make appliances beep for no apparent reason.

They make buzzing noises in our ears. Because our loved ones speak to us on a different, higher frequency, we may hear ringing in our ears when they are trying to get our attention. This is a sign telling you to listen to what they are saying.

The list can go on and on, but these are the most common ways they let us know they are around. If you haven’t received any of these signs, simply ask your loved ones to come to you to let you know they are okay. Tell them to come to you in a dream and to wake you up after the dream. The more you are aware of the messages they are giving you, the more they will continue to allow you to know they are present. Be patient and persistent, and I promise that they will give you the signs you have always wanted. They really are okay and want you to be too!

What are your ‘signs’ from loved ones?

Have you had something move, disappear or appear?

 

My Views on Peace – reblog…

January 23, 2015
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http://essenceofafamily.weebly.com/home/why-is-peace-so-elusive-guest-author-mandy-eve-barnett

Why is Peace so Elusive? These are my thoughts.

What are your thoughts?

Capturing Your Snippets of Genius…

March 12, 2014
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reblog

Many of us have scribbled notes on pieces of paper, in notebooks even on torn napkins, of ideas for our current or next narrative. These can ‘disappear’ if we are not careful and as we all know once it is gone – it’s gone!

There are techniques that can assist us in capturing and organizing these snippets of genius. Filing notebooks on theme or genre, keeping those scraps of paper in an ideas box or if you are seriously organized typing them up and putting into folders on your computer.  Whatever method works for you, keep doing it. Capture those inspirations – they are precious.

 These wonderful bloggers have great insights on keeping organized – take a look.

http://onewildword.com/2013/11/25/how-to-organize-your-writing-notes-and-observations/

http://nailyournovel.wordpress.com/2013/12/01/how-to-write-down-story-ideas-so-you-can-remember-why-they-were-brilliant/

http://onewildword.com/2013/12/02/let-your-short-story-write-itself/

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My thoughts on fantasy…

December 24, 2012
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Web site - presidiacreative.com

Web site – presidiacreative.com

This blog subject started as a ‘tweet’ back in October, I had not thought about exploring it until one of my followers – Melissa McPhail replied with ‘I love that idea, Mandy! Do you expound on it in a blog anywhere?’ To be honest I meant to get to it much sooner than this but as we all know life has a habit of throwing stuff at us and changing our direction. So on this Christmas Eve with a little time on my hands – at last – I will expound as Melissa kindly asked.

Firstly, I looked at what the definition of fantasy was:

  • The faculty or activity of imaging things that are, impossible or improbable.
  • The creative imagination; unrestrained fancy.
  • A capricious or fantastic idea.
  • Fiction characterized by highly fanciful or supernatural elements.

Each of these definitions gives us the perceived idea of fantasy in a nicely tailored clarification putting it into a neat genre box. However, I have a personal interpretation one that looks deeper than the surface and trite pigeon holed explanations.

I believe that fantasy is our alter ego expanding our consciousness.

Just think of your dreams – they are fantastical in nature with obscure meanings and imagery. We have tried for decades to interpret them and give them meaning. Every vision has been given a ‘symbolic’ implication or significance in an attempt to harness them into something easier to understand, but what if these visions are something else entirely? What if it is another part of ourselves struggling to be acknowledged, a part of us that uses our subconscious mind to explore beyond the normal daily perceptions?

There are numerous theories about spiritual memory, trace elements of ancient wisdom and reincarnation and all of them are fascinating. What links them together though? All of them are the result of a deep seated belief that there is something more within us. There are few of us who can say ‘what you see is what I am through and through’ because we all have an alter ego. As humans we are subjected to pigeon holing ourselves – parent, manual laborer, manager or celebrity – the list is long. But the ‘badge’ does not define the whole person. You will have come across people in your lifetime, who have surprised you with an aspect of their personality, which was totally astonishing. A case in point, a surgeon I knew. He was a huge man with massive hands but his surgical technique was excellent. He came to visit me after my operation and watched in total fascination as I carefully French knitted with an old cotton reel. He asked if he could have a go…yes I was shocked but I let him. As he looped the wool over the pins he told me he would have to get one, it was so much better than his normal knitting or crochet. He explained that the intricate movements helped keep his fingers nimble. To look at this man crochet would have been the furthest image of him you could imagine.

All of us are multi-faceted not just with the experiences our lives have given us and the roads we have followed but also another part hidden deep within us. The only way I can describe it is, as if we all have an inner twin, one that wants to be heard, and one that can enrich our lives if we let it. There is so much to imagine and experience so let your ‘twin’ loose. Imagination doesn’t have to be only a child’s prerogative. There are depths within us all that truly can expand our consciousness.

This quote by Albert Einstein give us food for thought: ‘When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than any talent for abstract, positive thinking.” If such a great man can see the advantages of fantasy shouldn’t we?

Inspiring Blog Award…

August 11, 2012
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I have been nominated by fellow blogger, Patti Mitchell – thank you Patti. Please visit her blog http://pattytmitchell.com/
The nomination rules– thank your nominator, and note 15 other blogs that you’d like to nominate. And then let them know.
But first, as part of the nomination process, I must share…Seven things about me
1 – I am very loyal to the point of fighting other peoples battles.
2 – My obession with writing is well known!
3 – I listen to all types of music but write with classical.
4 – A walk with my dog lets me communicate with nature and relax.
5 – My children are my pride and joy and I love them with all my heart.They are fantastic people.
6 – Creating a writer’s community to share our journey’s is a passion of mine.
7 – I count myself extremely lucky to have found my writer circle – The Writers Foundation of Strathcona County. Local & virtual members make it a wonderful palce to share and learn.
Here are my nominations:

wildhorse33.wordpress.com

sogsblog.com

alboudreau.wordpress.com

warriorwriters.wordpress.com

Live to Write – Write to Live – nhwn.wordpress.com

wordsforwindows.com

limebirduk.wordpress.com

the-view-outside.com

ejjudge.wordpress.com

we-do-write.blogspot.ca

rebeccaberto.com

lightingpen.com

cherylfassett.wordpress.com

donnaljones.wordpress.com

Awards are nice to receive but better to give…

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