When Do Spirits Stop By?
The 4 Most Common Visitation Times
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Once you identify when and how your loved ones will likely visit you, you’ll be increasingly more aware and prepared for the next time your loved ones want to stop by. So it's a good idea to do.
In general, in order for a deceased loved one to visit you, a great deal of energy must be expended on their end – coming down to the physical realm, shifting their energetic vibration so they can be felt, moving objects or making noise if they can, etc.
Since it takes so much energy for your deceased loved ones to visit – your loved ones want to make the most of their attempts to connect with you.
To make the most of their visit, your loved ones so have a few preferred times, where connecting with you, would be most noticed.
The 4 Most Common Times To be Visited
When You're Alone
Your alone time is one of the only times of day when you are not distracted by other people – thus more likely to notice the subtle shift in the presence of another. If your alone time is in the evenings or in the very early morning, you might even be less distracted because you are preoccupying yourself with fewer tasks. In the evening, many of us are winding down for the day, and naturally, unloading all of our distractions – communications, media, chores, to-do list, mental chatter.
The fewer distractions you have, the clearer your mind is, and the more likely a deceased loved one might be able to get your attention.
When You're Sleeping/Dreaming
An extension of when you are alone, this one happens in an altered state of consciousness.
Even if you do share a bed with someone, usually, when you are woken up from a sleep – you are doing so as the only one awake in your house.
Thus, sometimes, a loved one may attempt to visit you at night, especially if this is the only time you are calm and your mind is quiet. While your loved ones don’t always *intend* to wake you up (sometimes they just like to be with you!), occasionally they will. Next time you are suddenly awoken, a visit from a loved one may be the reason.
During a Difficult Time In Your Life
You are going through a rough time – a time of transition or crisis, a time or existential reflection, a relationship shift, a period of release and letting go, or time of questioning.
If you lost someone who was your cushion to fall on, your comfort and support, or your shoulder to cry on – your loved one will still visit you to provide you this comfort. In fact, this is a really common one for grandmothers and romantic partners who are on the Other Side.
During family memory events
Wedding, engagements, births, sporting events, ceremonies, presentations, promotions, buying a house, sending a child of to college, winning an award, freeing yourself from a bad situation, and many others. These are all events that your loved ones do not want to miss.
Concerned that your mother passed just before the birth of your child? Don’t be. She'll be there.
These are the four most common times, however, here are also times of days when the veil between the spiritual world and the physical world is thinnest - which can make it easier for you to sense Spirit, and therefore, see them or feel them more than you normally would.
Amanda Linette Meder
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