5 Times It's Advantageous To Talk To The Dead
The most politically correct term for the deceased is some form of a term like this: loved ones, deceased loved ones, angels in heaven.
These are the euphemisms we all use to talk about the same thing.
The people we love who we can't bring back.
Whether their messages are coming directly from God or a fraction thereof, any message we receive that comes from an intangible source has something to tell us, regardless of the shape or form of the messenger.
Dream messages can come, as can nudges in the gut, as can direct messages that will and may have already saved your life in a time of crisis.
Listening to the guidance of those we love, regardless of the form in which they take, can be helpful in many situations.
People communicate with their sons who have passed, they ask their fathers for guidance on legal issues, and they rely on their mother's presence to guide them through the first Thanksgiving dinner without her, all the time. I'm just talking about.
We typically communicate with those on the other side via clairsentience, a feeling of their presence, and clairaudience, meaning, they'll talk to you, say your name, or whisper quietly in your ear to get your attention.
and here are 5 great occasions when it's helpful to listen:
At Estate Sales and Antique Shops. Find your next extra special peace with the help of a deceased person, who when present can generally guide a person to gravitate towards two things: something that had sentimental value to them and something that will have value to you. I usually pick up both.
While Driving. Guardian angels play a role here too, but deceased persons either sit in the passenger seat of a moving vehicle or in the driver's seat of a parked vehicle. They go with you when you drive and if your mind isn't scattered, you may be able to hear them speak or they'll nudge you to look up, generally right before an accident.
When Dealing With Family Issues. No one knows your family like your family, and because the deceased can be anywhere, they typically carry a bird's eye view, along with additional insight and perspective when asked for help in this area. Consider communing with a deceased on issues surrounding difficult life themes such as addiction, cancer, and large property sales.
Whilst Home Alone. Many loved ones and do act as bodyguards and even candle watchers to people on properties they've once inhabited or whom they watch over. I call them ancestors, some call them angels.
When You Need Advice. Deceased persons are a great help guiding you and directing you to resources that you'll need to solve your problem when you need, whether it's legal advice or Thanksgiving dinner. Though they are most helpful in areas they specifically specialized in or had challenges in during their lifetime.
Deceased friends and family members will generally whisper in your ear, or come to you in dreams, and many people have full conversations with them, telepathically. Some are more elaborate in getting your attention through knocking paintings off walls, causing electrical flurries, and misplacing things.
Most people organically begin communicating with their own loved ones in Spirit following their deaths when arranging the funeral services, and from there, this communication can extend into dreams, full-blown conversations and expanded sensory perception.
Keep in mind though: there may be a temporary break of connection following the death of a friend or family member is normal.
To learn more about communicating with the deceased with someone you know, check out my eBook From Crossing Over to Connection and to learn more about communicating with all types of spirits, check out the Talking to Spirits eCourse.
The euphemisms used in this post, again, are all talking about the same thing. Some people say that those we love become Angels, others just happen to be a tad more literal.
But either way, these are skills many of us all use naturally, through dreams, through nudges, and through signs, this post simply discusses a few concepts where their signs may be more helpful than most.
Amanda Linette Meder
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