Thursday, May 14, 2015

If the dead could speak: 4 things they would say?




Life, in general, is a crazy journey of unexpected twists and turns.  Readings, as a medium, are exactly the same.  You never quite know what’s going to happen.

As a medium, I constantly have to remind myself that it’s not about me.  This means that it’s not about getting the most specific detail or it’s not about becoming overly emotional when a sincere message of love is expressed.  Nope.  It’s about the person sitting across from me as well as the spirit with whom we have connected.   Actually, it’s up to the spirit and their divinely informed and guided agenda.

Here are some of the most common messages that nearly everyone wants to know:

1)  I am at peace.

“There is nothing but peace.”  One day, when a spirit gave me that message, I truly thought that was the most profound and simple message about their state of being.  It has been confirmed to me on many occasions that everyone enjoys peace on the other side.  Even if they have work to do, they still exist in peace.  Such a cool thought, eh?

2)  There is no more pain.  My body is my temple.

Unfortunately, a hefty percentage of people die from dis-ease or debilitating and painful conditions.  If that is the case, the spirits will ALWAYS present themselves in the best physical condition possible (usually at a much younger age), and make it crystal clear to me for interpretation purposes.  For example, walking, if the person was non-ambulatory at the end.  Sometimes… they will even highlight the aura of their body and give me a thumbs up!  Communication with spirits is always interesting.

3)  I didn’t feel anything.

“There was no pain when I crossed over.”  Apparently, when you die, it’s just like falling to sleep.  You don’t even realize it’s happening.  If the spirit died instantly or quickly, they always comment on how they didn’t feel any pain or it happened so fast that they didn’t even have time to process what had happened.  In those cases, they usually express that certain deceased family members or friends greeted them to help support their transition.

4)  I can hear you! 

“I might not respond in the way that you recognize but I’m here.”  Two weeks ago, I gave a reading to a young widow and mother.  I kept feeling as if she either gave Tarot card readings or was a poker dealer at a casino.  When I asked the significance of her playing cards, she collapsed in relief, anguish, and happiness.  When she collected herself, she told me that, every night, she deals out a deck of cards and asks her deceased husband to move them.  He wanted me to tell her that he is not going to move the cards, but he would visit her in her dreams.  I thought that was a fair trade.  She, on the other hand, slightly amused, was not too excited about it. 

That particular reading was one of my best to date.  I am oh so grateful for those readings and look forward to many many more with such accuracy and significance.

Disclaimer:  All of the above statements are my own beliefs based upon the countless readings I have given over the past twenty-four months.

FINAL THOUGHTS:

1) I am jones'ing to go Ziplining again in Southern California.  Anyone know of any amazing places?

2) Something you need to know prior to any reading is…it might not be what you (the client) WANT to hear, but it is what you NEED to hear.

3) Don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter!  As stated last week, I am giving away TWO signed copies of my book “How I Learned to Smile From The Inside”  - Sign up for my newsletter at www.SethEliotOnline.com for a chance to win!


4)  I am speaking at an event on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 6:30pm in Commerce, CA.  Details will be forthcoming.


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