While it’s true that I am clairaudient (i.e.: I can hear guides, teachers and departed loved ones speaking), there are times even I need outward signs that they’re with me and we are working on stuff together. Such has been the case of late. I’ve had a few things rolling around in my head that I’ve pondered to death. (I am a world class ruminator, y’all!) And sometimes, even I need a sign to keep the junk from overtaking the truth.
Such was the case yesterday morning. I asked my angels for a sign – a blue balloon – to let me know I was on the right track and all is well. Usually, I ask and then just forget about it. They are good at reminding me about those signs. As I was driving home yesterday, I realized I hadn’t seen my blue balloon and decided to fret about it out loud. I said “If I don’t see one by tomorrow, I will know things suck.” (I’m a cheery sort, am I not?) I heard the words “Can you just trust us?” and I replied (out loud because I am alone in car) “I’m afraid to. Afraid that it won’t be what I want.” and again I heard the word “Trust”. Grudgingly, I said “okay okay okay”.
There’s a jogging path that runs along the road I drive to get to my house and something caught my eye on that side. Don’t know what it was but I looked to my right quickly and there it was – my blue balloon. Someone had put up a bunch of balloons and they were in various stages of deflation but clear as day, there was my balloon. I’m a dork. I cried. Because they’ve never, ever failed me when I’ve asked for a sign of this kind.
So, watchword for the day is TRUST. And blue balloons. And cake. (We’re having a birthday at the office.) But mostly, TRUST.
And so it is.
(P.S. signs come in all kinds of ways – I hear songs on the radio, books have fallen open for me – you actually do get to ask for what kind of sign you want. Try it and see. What have you got to lose?)
Wonderful. Just plain wonderful.
I saw the Dalai Lama today! Now that thar’s a SIGN.
What a terrific story! Now I have that George Michael song “Faith” running through my mind. Can’t blame you for that, because you said “Trust.” Still, it’s an upbeat story, blue is my favorite color, and I’m glad everything is back on track in your world.
The last two days I’ve felt a bit lost and have been mentally asking, “what do I do?”
I need to print this article in big letters and stick it on my refrigerator.