Our Session with a Medium

A few weeks ago, my sister V and I met with a medium in the hopes in speaking with our father who passed away four years ago in January. She was carrying guilt over his passing and wanted to hear from him.

A medium? People could argue that it can’t be real or a waste of money. I get it. It goes against any logic. 

Anyways, in the car we kicked around a couple of questions we wanted dad to answer – and we weren’t going to tell the medium. It was simply for validation. 

Our father and his parents came through. Our dad, especially our grandmother, has been anticipating this day. They had so much to say. I’d have to tell you, without skipping a beat, our dad answered our questions. He was listening to us in the car.

This is only a short excerpt from our session.

He started out by saying “I love you all very much and appreciate all of the stories you tell of me.” The medium was pointing to his head and showing us how dad passed. He fell, lost consciousness and within weeks transitioned over.

“I did not feel anything when I fell. I did not feel pain.” It was explained that when it’s the last event in our life, there is no lesson, there is no point for pain. We feel nothing. “I was dazed and confused. It was instant. I felt like I was drunk. And I apologize for the aftermath. How I made everyone feel after the incident. I am sorry I did that to you all.”

It was validated that my sister(s) talk to him quietly in their minds.  “I like the way you talk to me in your heads. Continue talking and questioning. I do whatever I want. I travel much now; something that I didn’t do before. My heaven is living on my own private island where no one bothers me – peace without your mother here.” We laughed so hard. My parents were divorced for many years.

“I like messing with you all – turning things on – lights flickering on/off since it’s easy for me to manipulate electronics, however, my intention is not to scare you but to remind you that I am around.” On Christmas eve, my sister V and I were talking in our mom’s bedroom and when mom walked in, the TV turned on its own. Spooky. 

And you, pointing to my Sister V “what could you have done to prevent my passing? How much more could you have done – you have a family, you have a life, etc. what could you have changed? There was nothing you could’ve done. I want to make you understand this.”

I hope listening to their messages lifted a burden off my Sister’s V heart

We laughed throughout most of the session. Just know this. Their personalities don’t change. We are continuously and lovingly watched over by those in the spiritual realms who are, in every moment, available to provide guidance at each moment. All we have to do is believe and accept whatever arises.

We love you and miss you all.


Published by SpiritualJourney17

He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened. Tao Te Ching

41 thoughts on “Our Session with a Medium

  1. I had many encounters with Dad who passed as I was ten, during my time in Germany. Lights turning on all of a sudden. The phone coming out of sleep mode all by itself and staying on. Feathers appearing inside the house all of a sudden, you name it. It was always special and I felt as if he was standing right next to me.
    It’s hard to explain to someone who doesn’t believe, but it was very powerful and real to me. I am so glad you had this experience and hopefully your sister has found some closure. Xo

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  2. I loved this blog post! Very interesting. I have always found it reassuring that the Spirit world are watching over us and there for guidance and support. 👌

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  3. I’m glad you got touch with your dad and your sister guilty feeling went away. Thanks for sharing your spiritual journey.🤗✨💖✨🤗 It helps me to clean some doubts about life after death. You know what, in the science we don’t believe somethings as a ghost, but there are many things that science don’t have answer for them, and if we can’t prove there is a life after we pass away it doesn’t mean we should deny its existence. Thanks again for sharing your awesome spiritual journey . 💕💕💕

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  4. This post is like when you get an unexpected surprise in the mail: you smile and feel so grateful! I am so glad you posted this. This makes me want to go find a medium. My “real” dad (I was adopted) passed away in mid-November. I didn’t see him for 31 years after I was adopted…and in the final year of his life, his family reached out to me to visit him as he was really sick with a brain-degenerative disease. I’m glad I got to see him twice this year. By the time I got there, he was already unable to speak. I kept having a feeling that there was so much he wanted to say. He played a song for me that I think captured the emotion and some of what he felt, but…I always knew he was a good person.
    To that end, I have had a few people in my life go see a medium. It’s always been a powerful experience. I think in western societies, it’s frowned upon, because historically there have been some “fakes” and they ruin it for everyone else. Add to that the idea of it being “pagan” or occult and it’s a recipe for superstition. And well, I’ve never been to a medium myself. But the more I explore spiritual development and the idea of “awakening” the more I understand “invisible energy” and gain a better awareness for The Which Is Beyond.
    But more than that, I’m so glad you had a positive experience and gleaned words of wisdom from your father. I think that is great closure and I hope your sister feels more at peace. Indeed, when it’s our time, it’s our time. There’s nothing anyone can do. Even the greatest doctors or the mightiest billionaires are still subject to the same laws the rest of us must deal with.
    Thank you for sharing this journey. Sending you hugs and light and best wishes for an incredible 2019.

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    1. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts Cynthia. Let us know when and if you decide to meet with a medium and your experience. Lots of love, happiness and plenty of magical moments in the new year!!


  5. I am so glad you and your sister had a good experience. My Father comes through quite often. I can always smell his cigarettes or his after shave. We’ve had some very nice conversations. My Mother transitioned a year ago, we’ve on’y talked once but it was a good one.

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  6. I can’t believe it’s almost 4 years in a few days. I think about him everyday and to have the medium validate many things about them to us was so rewarding. It’s amazing how their personalities came through. We laughed, we cried but most of all it answered a lot of questions in my mind….I came out of there a lil lighter. It was a day to remember.

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  7. I used to visit frequently with mediums. I needed to know that there was an after life or life after life (tomato/tomato). I also had many questions, which were always answered by varied deceased relatives. I’m happy to hear that you and your sister’s experience was peaceful and full of validation.

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  8. I am so pleased that you and your sister had a wonderful experience with a Medium, and that it gave you peace of mind and comfort in knowing that your Dad is OK! Thank you for taking the time to share your experience! Wishing you a very Happy New Year! ❤

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      1. To be honest people look at me strangely when i explain…
        I smell his scent and cigarettes near me. I feel his presence in my library. When i used to drive myself to work, i knew he sat beside me.
        When im sad because im estranged from my Mom and brother, i know he watches me when i sob.
        When i bought my car as the priest blessed it, it rained only over the car, the priest almost stopped in his tracks.
        He tells me things through my dreams…
        He once warned my husband to take care better care of me, a very sobering moment for my husband which resulted in my husband understanding my dreams.
        Then there is my aunt who troubles me in my dreams to check and care over her sons… The butterflies that precede me and hover over me makes the family smile.
        At first, i was nervous when the tv switched itself on. The lights and radio have fun with us and almost scared my visiting cousin away.
        My late labradors were uneasy outside and sometimes, my kitties fur stands on end 😊
        Almost everyone who passed (and there have been very many) have made a point of visiting. Some family members are not receptive when they hear the truth, so now i remain silent. Some days, its a heavy cross to bear.
        These are just a few things.

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