I drove to my clients home for a very small group reading, a mother and her 2 children were expecting me. In the car a sharp concentrated pain in my ribs on the right side began to throb and ache. The pain intensified the closer I got to the residence. By the time I arrived I couldn't ignore the discomfort that was plaguing my ribs and back. I arrived, greeted my clients and we situated ourselves comfortably in the living room.
I explained to the family how we would work together and to not share any details or information with me. I asked them all to respond with a yes or no answer. I told my clients that I see, hear and feel people in spirit. I went on to explain that someone was so determined to come through that they had made me feel the pain that they suffered while they were alive, before their passing. I described the pain, where it was located and throughout the reading I continued to hold my hand against my rib hoping to suppress the discomfort. The pain dissipated after confirming the person in spirit. I said to my client Joan*, I have someone here who passed from cancer, they found a tumor on the liver, but there was a primary and secondary location. All three of them said "yes." I said, "this is your husband." Joan immediately responded "yes." I said, "who is Don?" Joan replied in tears, "my husband."" I began to describe his gregarious personality, his anger at the disease that took his life, his inability to parent his children and to support his wife.
He talked to his daughter, he told her that she is studying medicine, that she is distracted in her studies and he described specific people in detail to stay away from that would hurt her and put her in harms way. He said that she would become a doctor. She immediately disagreed and I responded that she would become a nurse, work in the emergency department but continue her education to become a surgeon. She laughed and had a look of disbelief on her face. He went on to tell her that she doubted her brilliance and ability to become a doctor, as he predicted. He told her about her fears, that she confirmed and he said he would be with her every step of the way to help her. He told her that her success was beyond her wildest dreams.
He addressed his son, telling him about the item that he keeps under his bed that reminds him of his dad, a picture that he talks to, when he is alone in his room. He also said that it's okay for him to be angry at him and to let it out. His son burst into tears, he responded to me in few words and often paused to take in what was transpiring in front of us. His father understood his anger, frustration and disappointment that his lost his father. The young man is only 16 years old.
I turned to Joan and I said, "you have a double sink in your en-suite bathroom and you talk to your husband every morning in the mirror." She said "yes." I said "I see you with a cup in your hand. She said "yes, my morning tea." Joan had developed such a strong relationship with her husband that it continued after his passing. Her husband showed me how she talked to him daily, first thing in the morning. The bond between them is so strong that she had not noticed her husband trying to get her attention, physically. I said "your husband has been trying to get your attention but you're not noticing him." Joan looked confused and disagreed that she hadn't been aware of his efforts. Her husband told me to ask about the blue bracelet in the kitchen. She got up from her chair in the living room and walked to the kitchen, and picked up something, returned and set a blue and silver bracelet in front of me. She said "it's weird, I just found this behind my dresser." I said "your husband moved it." She disagreed. I then said "your answering machine on your home phone isn't working properly." She agreed. I said I have these numbers that your husband has repeated to me. I said "what does 7690 mean?" She said "the code to answer my phone messages on my home phone is 7691."
I was in shock. In 14 years I have never given someone their password for a security feature. Granted, I had 3 out of 4 numbers correct but I was blown away with the accuracy and intensity that this father had. He was determined to have his family acknowledge his ability to communicate and to continue to support them after his passing. Don has given me the most profound and life changing experience as a person and a medium. I don't doubt the presence of people in spirit. I never have. I am so impressed with the love that this man holds for his family. It was moving, to the point during the session that all 4 of us were crying. He was a man on a mission. He achieved his goal and will always be present for his family.
Thank you Don, for being you and making yourself known.
Lots of love,
*Names and details have been changed to protect my clients identity.*
Ursula has been a medium since she was a child and enjoys sharing her experiences!