Ordinary People having Extraordinary Experiences.


People from all over the world have had unexplainable and extraordinary experiences as they pertain to their loved ones who have died. It's up to us to decide whether we want to believe these people or just label it all wishful thinking and sheer coincidence.

 

I've chosen to believe these people when they share their stories, and most will preface their story with, "Shhhhhhh, Angie. Please don't tell anyone. "People are going to think I'm weird. People won't believe me."

 

Most of us have had unexplainable and extraordinary messages from our loved ones, whether through signs, symbols, numbers, coins, etc. yet because we are afraid of what others will think of us, or say to us, we keep our experiences silent. Candice Thomas, a renowned Medium, says it perfectly,

"Do not listen to people who try and talk you out of your blessings."

 

Do we close our minds to the possibility of something else going on here? Could it be an awakening to something much greater than death itself? I absolutely know so.

 

What if we have closed our minds and deny ourselves the ultimate in potential healing all because someone thinks we might be weird or strange? When we do this, we are only hurting ourselves and preventing what might offer the most amazing healing possible.

 

Yes, it takes a leap, but if you find comfort during your time of loss and it makes you smile remembering an amazing memory than does it matter what label you place on your own extraordinary experience? Instead of trying to rationalize and sabotage it away is it possible to honor and be thankful for your experience?

 

"Flower of Hope in the Dark." Photo by Nong Vang on Unsplash I thank you for your perfect and beautiful contribution.