Boundaries. They are a chronic battle for me with my work. I practice them daily! It seems though that my "spidey senses" have a mind of their own sometimes. I never recognized until recently how prolific my life had become and the intensity that intuitive information had been finding its way to me. I experience daily occurrences, whether I want them or not.
I teach psychic development and stress the importance of energetic boundaries, however, spirit tend to have a different agenda and our intentions clash!
I visited at friend at her trailer recently. It was an hour drive. We prattled on and laughed our hearts out on the way. The last half hour I started to feel sick, uneasy and uncomfortable. I chalked it up to being tired and I tried to ignore it. When we arrived I still felt a little off. We entered her trailer and I immediately felt my tell tale sign, that spirit were on the premises, I was struck immediately with intense vertigo. I knew something was up but my friend wasn't aware. I sat down and started to connect with my guides to find out what was going on and why I needed to be privy to it. My friend saw the distress on my face and asked what was wrong. I said I needed to address what was happening, set boundaries and enjoy my evening of socializing and not working.
I met my friends father in spirit and a grandmother connected to her friend in the trailer with us. Then, a man in spirit, told me that he had been murdered and showed me where it happened. I was upset by this news but knew I wasn't able to help him at the time. I shared this with my girlfriend and she confirmed that it had happened where I pointed to and she knew the details.
Was I supposed to investigate and deal with a stranger in spirit to find out what he needed? Perhaps. This is a regular occurrence for me. Spirit see me and want my assistance, whether I'm vacationing, visiting with friends, out for a walk, on a plane, talking to a friend or relaxing on a day off. They are everywhere. My personal boundaries are important to me. I asked my guides to assist him and went on with my night.
It pulls at me, its sometimes upsetting, mostly its about deciding what is most important. My work is my life, however it's not my job 24/7. If it was I would never sleep. I share this with you, to help all of you understand the importance of saying no, to learning your boundaries and the value of time. Your time is important. Building relationships and growing, loving and caring take time. Use it to your discretion not what the world predicts you should do.
Be kind, show empathy and always send love.
Big hugs and love to you all!
Ursula has been a medium since she was a child and enjoys sharing her experiences!