I once asked my Peeps, to share with me the moment they knew or had their Ah Ha experience with the Divine, or that life goes on for us after we leave this planet. It was fascinating how ordinary the fact is, that most of us have these experiences, yet seldom share these profound moments.
While most of us relate the twilight zone to the television series, for me the name is so cool in that twilight is that magical time in story telling, we are always drawn to sunrises and especially sun sets, and there is nothing quite like "being in the zone". So alluring and enlightening.
Faith in something, comes easier as time goes by and you have some experiences to draw from. Let's face it once you have an otherworldly event, it makes you pay attention and often creates a space in your heart, for your soul and other souls to get through to you.
Both of my parents came to me just moments before they died. Their passing's were imminent, but I was miles away, and at 1:30 am for my Dad, and while driving my newborn up mid day to for Mom, I just heard them, without words, and me without "thinking", I automatically said both times out loud, it is ok to go now, I don't need to be there. I could even tell my sister the exact time my Mom died.
I have had two times that a dear friend and my sister call me up and say "what is happening to you", I can't sleep your face keeps popping up in my brain, or I have been having dreams about you that make me feel like you need help. Both times I was in a very dark moment, distraught and scared. Their calls at that moment gave me such hope that all would be well.
My hubby on his last day of chemo, had a elderly woman come to him and hold his hand, unusual, tell him tonight was going to me the worst night of his life, so she wanted him to think of his four buddies, and put them on a stage, dressed like the Village People, singing YMCA, that would help him take his mind off the pain and to not give up. I can vouch that was the worst day of his life, and he went back to thank the woman, but she did not exist, there was never an elderly woman who worked or volunteered there. He said at that moment he just "knew" she was an angel (he did not even tell me this story for two years).
Some of my friends stories I have to share. One woman at the age of 17 was standing on a bridge ready to jump to her death, and heard a deep voice, which said "You don't have to do this", she turned to see who said it, the bridge was empty, but she stepped back.
This friend fell asleep at the wheel and got into a terrible wreck and the only thing that saved him and his companion from going over a steep ravine, was he hit a large downed limb by a tree. Another buddy worked at the auto body shop his car was taken to, went to the crash site, there was no tree or limb in sight, but you could clearly see where the car stopped before going over the edge, yet the car showed tree damage.
My husband passed away and we had a standing joke about nickels. Whenever I am feeling his loss, a nickel shows up, all by itself, in places nickels just don't show up, who ever places change on the back of a toilet. That one made me laugh, he had a wicked sense of humor.
There are more stories to share........ones that make you wonder if recreational drinks or other such things were involved ,not, but I think that needs another chapter.
What I know for myself is this, communication happens from beyond our reality without a doubt. It happens every day. All faiths prove this out. The energy of our universe and the love frequency that binds us all together allows for miracles big and small to happen as a matter of course. We are loved beyond our comprehension. What a wonderful world indeed.
Life on Gravel
About the Author
City girl sharing stories of a life full of country glitter and other shit.