Being a Medium certainly has its ups and downs and you need to be mentally strong to stop the continuous non-stop interference by the spirit world.
I wear an invisible hat for protection, and I know that I am safe as I ground and protect myself. The hat stays on always.
Sometimes messages do come through regardless of the fact that I wear this hat that is so profound that I cannot ignore it. This is why I took notice of what was happening when I felt the presence of a young man. I could see him and hear him.
This young man was in an accident. He was knocked of his bicycle by a taxi. He passed at the scene of the accident. He identified himself and asked me to please give a message to his wife. He was newly married. He said please tell her that I love her. I told him that she knows that; you will have to give me a message that only she will understand. That is when he said “Please tell her not to forget about the ring”.
This accident happened in 2013 and I have been keeping this message safe as I had no way of passing this message on. Somewhere someone out there knows this family. Please pass this forward. Many thanks
The cyclist – Burry Stander.
Earlier this week the boss, and may God bless his soul, was walking around here saying how the customers only want to speak to him as he is so efficient and superior. I knew he was just having a go at me, and I don’t have to tell you anything about the male ego. So you can imagine what went on here.
Not 30 minutes later “the boss” was sitting at the computer and I asked him to create an invoice in Quickbooks.
He opened the invoice, entered the customer’s name, entered the line of sales, realised he made a mistake with the entry, deleted the entry, which is now zero, paid this amount, so invoice with no sales listed is now paid, printed it and then he deleted the invoice.
Even Quickbooks would be impressed with what he had done here and I have a copy of the invoice as proof.
Now that is what you call karma in action!!
And me – I just smiled.
As we all know procrastination is such a useful excuse. Just one more program to watch, just one more article to read no wait, let’s read a book…that’s better.
I have perfected the term procrastination. Defer, postpone, stall, adjourn and putting off all until tomorrow or even the next day or even the day after.
Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.
Procrastination is what helped me when I was diagnosed with Kidney failure (that is another story) and instead of speaking to my family in my highly emotional state, I deferred by playing a game on my phone non-stop for about two weeks, regardless of the fact that at the time I knew a very toxic “friend”, and that is another story, who insisted I talk to my family. She would phone me late at night, first thing in the morning, 10 o clock, 2 o clock….you get the idea, continuous non-stop badgering, which I duly ignored as I was way too busy doing other things.
When I calmed down I sat my family down and spoke to them. I was calm, factual and yes it was difficult but I did it.
So being a procrastinator has been hugely beneficial as it has taught me to just be.