“I will give you the eyes to see. But you must also seek.”
— Archangel Gabriel
Channeled through Ellen on 7-3-15
“OMG! Guides? Spirits? They wouldn’t let me sleep last night. I heard a loud buzzing in my ear. Couldn’t understand what anyone was saying. Someone actually smacked me upside the head and yelled at me though. I heard my name loud and clear. Is this going to be typical? I feel like they’re being impatient with me. Very strange.”
“Some things to keep in mind: What you are experiencing is normal during a ‘spiritual awakening’ — and while your spiritual or ‘psychic’ senses develop. An awakening is not necessarily easy, smooth or beautiful. Although the outcome will be. But remember nothing is perfect. And nobody is perfect.
“You must learn to work with your spirit guides. Write up some guidelines. Tell them you’d prefer it if they didn’t keep you up at night. Remember they are your peeps. They love you and want what’s best for you. Ask them to be more patient. In turn, try to be patient with them. The process. If they can’t speak to you in the middle of the night (wink), then when can they? Could you set up a time to meditate? And journal? So they know they can communicate with you during that time? That’s ultimately what they’re asking for.
“Believe me, my first awakening was the same way. It was a roller coaster. It will eventually settle down.
“Here’s where angels come into play. Ask the angels to help you have a smooth awakening. Open gradually to your spiritual gifts. Establish boundaries. Experience peace and happiness throughout the whole process.
“Finally, make sure you ask your spirit guides direct questions, like ‘What do you want?’ and ‘What are the next steps I should take?’ Then, make some solid requests, like ‘Please communicate with me in ways I can understand. Please give me time to digest all of this.’
“Your spirit messaging may feel a little ‘mixed up’ right now, as your spiritual gifts develop. Give it some time. Trust the process. Ask for clarity.”
“The last few nights, I’ve woken up from crying due to seeing my aunt in my dreams. I don’t fall asleep thinking of her, or anything sad for that matter, but I was just curious as to why. I’ve heard that supposedly spirits can make their way into their loved ones’ dreams. Maybe that’s why she’s in my dreams — because she knows I miss her and love her. I don’t know. It’s been the last few nights … I just don’t know why.”
“Try not to be scared or anxious. Relax. Yes, our departed loved ones will frequently use our dreams as a means of communication. It’s one of the easiest ways they can get our attention, right? After three nights in a row, I’d say your aunt has a message she’s trying to get across to you. So, ask her to show you; ask her to deliver the message to you in ways you can understand simply. Silently or aloud, ask her. Right now. She can hear you. Ask her for signs; then see how your day unfolds. In addition, when you go to bed tonight, again ask her to show you more in your dreams. When you wake up, write it down so you don’t forget.”