Remember the story of the ghost in my bathroom with a good sense of humor and access to my Intuition razor blades? If not, you can read all about my invisible guest at The (unsolved) mysterious case of the bathroom ghost. After I wrote the article, I thought the saga was over. I even thought I had an answer as to who it was.
But alas, the saga wasn’t (isn’t) over. In fact, the bathroom ghost has expanded his/her territory and now plays in the kitchen, too.
A couple of weeks ago, my puppy Solo just would NOT settle in for sleep one night. He finally did, and then 3 hours later my radio in the kitchen turned on, the volume slowly increasing over the course of 1-2 minutes. I lay in bed with my head under the covers, terrified. Yeah – that’s how an intuitive reacts to a ghost in her house!
I asked my team of guides & angels to take the spirit away – none of my team would’ve done something like that to me in the middle of the night. They know I’m a chicken. And wouldn’t you know it? The radio instantly turned off. I thanked my team and, keeping my head under the covers, fell back asleep. My puppy, however, paced around for a little while after that.
Something worth mentioning: the song playing on the radio that got my attention in the middle of the night was “Southern Cross” by Crosby, Stills and Nash. The lyrics include:
Think about how many times I have fallen.
Spirits are using me, larger voices calling.
What heaven brought you and me cannot be forgotten.
To top it all off, Solo (ever the energy-sensitive intuitive dog, as I’m learning) usually refuses to enter the bathroom. He whimpers outside the door when I shower. In the rare moments he follows me in there, he sticks to my leg like a dryer sheet to your pants, pleading with me with his big, brown eyes to leave the “bad room”. What does Solo sense in that room that I don’t?
Someone or something is trying to get my attention. And truth be told, I hadn’t really tried to get to the bottom of it until I sat down to write this article. And then, things started adding up. The proverbial light bulb turned on: I think someone just might want me to get the picture that I should be doing more work as a medium. If I add everything up, most especially the Intuition razor blade and the lyrics to the song…I can clearly get the message.
See, I’ve been having more and more mediumship experiences – messages passed on from people who have recently passed away – they keep coming up when I do readings. And I keep trying to push that away. Mediumship isn’t something I ever really endeavored to do. I quite like doing intuitive readings, but I never really thought about being the lady who talks to dead people. I don’t feel ready for that kind of work.
Another “clue” for me: Julie at A Clear Sign published her article on mediumship, as I was writing this one.
Here’s the thing: we can’t ignore what is meant for us. The Universe always sends our messages in whispers, but when we ignore them, it gets louder and louder until it’s a song playing on the radio, full-blast, in the middle of the night. Trust that what is meant for you won’t go past you. What you’re meant to do will find you if you don’t find it.
Have you ever ignored a whisper or message from the Universe until it roared? How’d that happen for you? And WHO do you think my bathroom ghost is? A guide? Loved one who has passed away? Help a girl out!
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