So the good news is that I’m not going crazy. The bad news is that my very gifted friend just told me that she has been picking up for the past week that a spirit…not of the highest order…has been messing with me and causing the horrible confusion I’ve been dealing with regarding whether or not I am supposed to abandon my life in Albuquerque to move to Denver. Teresa said that a trickster spirit is pretending to be one of my guides. Great…just fabulous. At least that explains the back and forth I’ve been dealing with like I’m being pulled to and fro…the horrible confusion and lack of clarity. One minute I think I have to stay put here in Albuquerque. The next minute I’m ready to call a realtor to put my house on the market because I must move to Denver and move like NOW.
So if this is true, and I do trust Teresa’s gift, that means I can’t trust anything I get right now. Ugh! Somehow I need to get clear and centered so I can better tell who I’m talking to “out there”. That isn’t real easy. This is the hard part about being mediumistic. Your work is so ephemeral. It’s not like I can just ask to see a spirit’s Yale diploma.
On another note, pictured above is a little Ganesh I got this sudden urge to buy at Spirit Ways in Denver when I was there on Friday. I had been looking for a tiny Buddha to put on my desk at work, but they didn’t have any…and this cute little Ganesh called to me. I’ve always been drawn to Ganesh, actually, and heck, I sure could use some obstacles removed right now! Well, talking to a friend at work today, she casually mentioned that yesterday she got this impulse to take a picture of a Ganesh she and her boyfriend have at home and send it to me. She didn’t send it, but she meant to. So there is obviously some significance to Ganesh right now. I need to learn more about him. Perhaps I have a new Eastern Indian guide showing up? I don’t know. It could be anything. I will say that I started having a sudden interest in learning more about Hinduism a few months ago since I really don’t know much about that religion other than that it does teach reincarnation and that most Hindus are vegetarian. Hmmm….
Learning to be more careful,