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What seems like a very long time in your life, will be literally minutes in the spirit world’s perception of time. 20 years to us is like 20 minutes to people on the spirit side. It is common that spirits will come through to say hello that you have not seen or heard from, or even thought of in decades. They could be people you grew up with, friends from school or someone you served with in the military, for example. Family may come through that you never had a chance to meet while alive, you may not know them but they certainly know who you are! If you cannot identify someone who is coming through in your reading, at the time of the reading, please do not dismiss them or think that I am wrong! Hold on to that information, ask around your family and do some homework and try to figure out who they are. Sooner or later something will jog your memory and you will send me an email saying “oh I figured out who so and so was!” I get numerous emails every week validating something that came through in a reading. A lot of information comes through in a reading and it can be overwhelming to try and make sense of it all in that moment, it may take some time before it all settles in and you make sense of everything that has come through….please be patient.
Spirits may not always designate to me whether they are, for example a “father”, “father-in law” or “step-father”.
Sometimes they will, but sometimes they won’t. I just know they are in the relationship of “father” to you, or are a person who was “like a father” to you (like a mother’s boyfriend).
If you have been married more than one time, even if you have been divorced for a very long time, family from that marriage may also come through in your reading as your family. Yes, even a former mother in law! Spiritually you are all still connected by the bonds of family whether you are divorced or not. If someone comes through that you were not on good terms with or maybe did not get along with in life, please be receptive. Many times they show up to make amends, apologize or ask for forgiveness.