Welcome to Spirit Speaks! This issue we celebrate Saint Valentines Day. This is a day of celebration for our loved ones. Sweethearts around the world are adorned with candy, cards, flowers and gifts! Lets celebrate this day with our loved ones who have gone to the spirit realm. The best gift I can imagine is the gift of remembrance and communication. Let your loved ones know you remember and celebrate their love! Talk to them…they can hear you!
This month we have two special ADC experiences. Both of these are "auditory" in nature. Another term for that is "clairaudience". Clairaudience is defined as hearing spirit talk to you as if they were in the same room as you. There are also times when you "hear" these voices (or thoughts) inside your head knowing they are not your own but coming from spirit. Patience and practice will allow you to tell the difference between your own "voices" and those voices of spirit.
A special thank you goes out to Noni and Lily40 for sharing their ADC experiences with us. I'm sure you will enjoy these experiences as much as I have!
This ADC was sent in by Noni.
I had a reading with Laurence Harry last Friday - it was pretty good. :) Near the end of it, he told me to watch for "the light" in my bedroom, because my Mom would be coming soon to visit. :) So when I went to bed last night, I was thinking about the reading while I was trying to drift off to dreamland and all of a sudden I heard my Mom say, "I am trying" and then she laughed! It was definitely her voice and it was her distinctive "laugh". I must say that it startled me VERY much, but right afterward, I immediately thought of you. If I recall correctly, you were the one who told me not too long ago that when (not IF but WHEN) I heard my Mom's voice, it would sound like her, just like when she was here. Well, it certainly did!! Anyway, I was so excited about this that I just had to share it with you as soon as I could. I still can't believe it, but I do know this.....I was NOT asleep when this happened, so I am sure it really DID happen. WOW!
This ADC was sent in by Lily40.
I had started a new job in January and my bosses dad was dying of cancer. When he passed away the family had planned a wake. Normally I don't go to wakes except for close friends and family members. For some reason I felt I should go to this one. One of my friends had said lets go together.
When we got to the funeral home there was a line out the door. He and his wife had raised a family of 8 children. Everyone who knew the parents and the children had come to pay their respects. I waited in line for about 1 1/2 hr..
We had finally gotten to the room that her dad was laid out. As I got closer to him, the happier I felt. When it was my turn to pray and give my respects to the deceased, I looked at him and thought he looks really good for someone who had died of cancer. I was noticing his hair and how nice it looked. All of a sudden, I realized he was telling me he thought he looked good and was happy with the way his hair looked too. I couldn't believe I was actually having a conversation with a person I had never met who was dead. After a moment it was my turn to talk to the family that was lined up against the wall. As I went to tell his wife, I was sorry for her loss, the inside of my head exploded with congratulations. I had to force myself to say "I'm sorry" to his wife. We were discussing the turn out for the wake and she said it was a tribute to her husband how many people had come. Again inside my head exploded, NO this is a tribute to our entire family. She must have thought I was crazy because I kept shaking my head to try to clear it. As I went down the line, I felt him pushing me along and trying to make me congratulate his whole family. I was shaken by this experience, but it was also one of the most exciting things that ever happened to me. I know now I have a gift that I must explore more.
If you would like to submit your experience, or have comments or suggestions, please e-mail me at LeedenEdge@aol.com. I'm looking forward to hearing from you! Remember…We are all on this journey together. Wishing you all many blessings! Till next time…