Especially this one.
Have you seen the bugs and snakes down there?! Fuck that shit.
I told spirit today to knock it off with location stuff. I really don't understand it.
I had another dream with my Grandma, tho. That was pretty cool.
We went to go out on that balcony again and she said, "Do you have a jacket?"
And I said, "Uhm... No?"
She said, "I'll give you one."
She didn't. We went about our dream business.
Get this shit...
...I go visit the parental units, and my Mom says, "I've got something of your Grandma's for you."
I say, "...is it a jacket?"
She brings out a jacket.
"How did you know?"
"Grandma told me she's giving me a jacket in a dream the other night."
My Mom didn't say anything (she's accustom to that now) - pretended like I didn't say anything. Or processed her disbelief silently.
I'm not even that shocked anymore. Just acknowledge Grandma and can add that to my 'these aren't just dreams' bank of info.
Signs, I guess.
When you see them and acknowledge them, and tell the sender you see it - they increase. Dramatically. Over time.
Kind of like letting someone know you got their call or text or email or whatever. You know you sent it, you may even see a 'delivered' so you know they got it... But did they really see it? Same concept.
I'm telling you, it's fucking magical.
But, I understand to most that's 'crazy' or 'insane'. Maybe even possible, but not probable. Maybe I'm just a little 'out there' or 'weird' or even 'special'.
I remember once I took a chance telling a friend of mine (personal friend I worked with who I occasionally talked to about this stuff) that Lucy advised cutting some scenes. At first he didn't say anything, just, "Oh, okay..." After I explained why beyond her advice it was a good idea to cut them.
Later on, he got upset about different aspects of production and said, "...and you're sitting here saying fucking dead people are telling you shit..." It was a negative, condescending way.
I never said another word about any of this type of stuff to him again. Still haven't.
So, I don't tell many people. They usually humor me but silently think I've lost it.
The only people who wouldn't think that are my medium/sensitive friends.
Speaking of my medium friends...
...talked to one of them the other day.
Random stuff, just catching up.
She's a professional medium. Reads for all types of people. Big and normal.
I mentioned the book 'The Afterlife of Billy Fingers' to her and she had it mentioned to her the other day.
I told her how I felt him everywhere while I was reading it and she said, "That happens to me, too. A documentary or book or whatever. I can feel them around."
I'm like, "My GOD is it amazing to talk to someone about this who doesn't think I'm nuts!"
I told her how Billy showed me the 'TEX' license plate, and how I could just - as I said - feel him everywhere.
Super cool. She's wonderful, I love her. Very sweet, kind woman too.
Ashley Gray is another person who just gets it. She doesn't do it (had one dream with her dog when she died), but she's never once said anything mean or condescending or rude or negative. She asks questions and is legit interested.
Same with Jared. He was all about it. Really intrigued. "I believe you. I think that's awesome."
Kyle didn't believe (until he killed himself), but he never said I was crazy or weird. I wasn't as developed during our friendship either.
Even Kyle's Mom, she believes. When it comes to other people she doesn't 100% believe tho. We talked about it the other day and I'm like, "Well do you believe me?"
"I'm no different than anyone else. They're actually professionals, I'm not."
"Yeah but I know you."
Even my old business partner who screwed me over believed in me. Didn't necessarily believe it, but believed what I said was true for me. He just never had the experiences.
I think that it scares people.
I mean, how easy is it to think negative thoughts compared to positive ones?
It's so much easier for humans to think negative, self loathing, hateful shit. It's easy for them to truly believe that shit. Easy.
It's hard for people to truly believe in the positive. The magic. The spirit. The worlds and people and light and love they can't see.
They can't see the negative scenarios and shit either, but, easy.
Why? Why is that?
I think it scares people.
To believe in magic and 'fairytale' shit means they're not 100% in control. And because the world and their humanity has made it easier for them to be negative and loathing, it's hard to still think magic and the stuff books are made of that they think isn't real... Is.
They write people off as 'wishers' and "well, that's a nice thought"... But it's not. It's real.
Again, I don't convince anyone. It's never believed 4,000% until it happens to them. But, just, interesting to ponder.
If people only allowed it in... What wonderful lives would be led.
To live in magic. It's beautiful.
One day, I hope less people will be afraid of it.
Just a ponder.
Dubs has poked in 2 times today. 3 now.
(To be fair, if I didn't know better and had no professionals to assure me I was normal... I'd probably be halfway to crazy town by now. Padded rooms and all. A deep wave of gratitude to every professional medium, friend or not, who has ever helped me in understanding what goes on in my life. Really. Thank you.)
Just watched one of those 'Copper Fit' commercials. How it's helping with muscles or whatever. It's supposed to. And it's attributed to the copper.
...that's EXACTLY like wearing a crystal.
Copper is a super, super powerful Crystal. My Goldstone is copper mostly, and man made glitter glass flecks.
It's crystal woven into some cute little garment. Shirts or sleeves or whatever.
There's no big deal with the way the shirt or sleeve or little velcro thing. It's all in the copper.
That's the same exact fucking thing as wearing crystals, or putting amethyst on your head for a headache. Or Rose quarts for cramps.
Same exact thing. Only that copper fit makes much more money than buying a crystal for $5 and keeping it in your pocket.
Ponder that, folks.