I’m in Love!

Hello, beautiful souls! It is a most gracious and special day. I love Halloween! Why, because spirit is near. The veil is thin and loved ones are stopping by to commune with my girls and me.

Who am I in love with? My father! He has changed so much since his passing. He dropped by yesterday and gave some much-needed advice and information to my children. I laughed so many times and in my mind’s eye I could see his smile and the knowing shaking of his head. 

He has my girls pegged to a tee! He cut through all manner of cloudiness and subterfuge and said it straight! What fun! We were so joyful after his visit. I found so much love and respect for him that I am still amazed.

Their paternal grandfather stopped by as well. They are two beautiful and caring souls and we are blessed to have their time and attention. I am in awe! They are both handsome and stately Native American men! (bonus!)

God’s Light  is so beautiful that we are able to grow spiritually and continue to ascend once we have crossed over. Am I the only person to wonder at the majesty of Heaven? What is it like? How will I feel? Who will be there with me? What more will I know and how much more will I be able to do?

In many cultures Halloween is an honoring of loved ones who have passed. The culture of today has made some changes to what was the original intent, obviously. It is NOT a day to worship the Devil. 

Some research I have done notes a beginning with people, in Europe, carving turnips into scary faces in order to scare away evil beings at this time of year. The lights in your home were left on and you were not to look out the windows.  

This was a primitive response to the thin veil! At this time of year, spirit is closer and more interactive with us. People attempted to explain this ghost activity as evil since they had no other explanation for spectral events. Giving treats or gifts to these restless souls was meant to appease them so they would not affect the crops, villages or the general health of the inhabitants. Primitive people responding to a fearful situation.

Now that we are more enlightened, we are able to weed out the unbelievable aspects of the day and have a better, more knowledgable perspective. 

Honor this time as you see fit. Know that your loved ones may be near and they have many blessings to bring to you. We no longer have primitive minds. We know that the veil is thin and spirit activity is heightened at this time of year.

Adorning your home and self with costumes is completely up to you. Handing out candy is voluntary. “Trick or Treat” is used to keep restless celebrants from tampering with your belongings. Just as primitive people attempted to appease restless ghosts to avoid negative implications.

Set all of this aside and pay homage to your loved ones who have crossed over. Say a prayer for them. Light a candle and wish them well. Thank them for their continued love and support. 

KNOW that this time they have spent with the Lord has brought them great knowledge and understanding. They have been given every opportunity to fill themselves up with Light. There are still issues to process and growth to achieve but they are not bogged down in negativity, like we are.

Celebrate their lives and acknowledge their continued existence! This is not a day of darkness. It is truly a day of LOVE!

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