I am inspired to share a list of 7 meaningful messages I regularly receive when communicating with loved ones in Spirit. I hope they provide you with comfort and uplift your heart if you’re concerned about a loved one's well-being, conflicted about unfinished business since their passing, questioning decisions you made before or after they died, or maybe you’re hopeful that they’re still around you now and in the future. Messages are a very important part of evidential mediumship & Spirit communication, and while they are unique to the individual who comes forward, there are many significant and potentially life changing themes that stand out and bring healing for all of us. 1. “I am healthy, safe and at peace.” “I didn’t feel any physical pain or fear.”
These messages often come through when a person has passed suddenly or unexpectedly, in a traumatic event, such as an accident, overdose, suicide, or murder. They may also relay their freedom from pain if they experienced a particularly harrowing medical diagnosis. These messages become their primary focus, especially if it’s their first time communicating through a medium. They are often very eager to let you know that they are healthy, alive and doing well in Spirit. They may even mention who was there to greet them on the Other Side (close family, friends, and animal companions you can recognize). Of course, they are also aware of the pain they may have left you with, and this leads into the next meaningful message. 2. “I’m sorry for how I left you.” “I’m sorry for how I treated you.” The first message typically comes through when a Spirit feels it’s important to take responsibility for their departure in some way. Even if the cause of death was accidental, they see how certain actions contributed to their passing, and they deeply feel the repercussions left behind. It becomes part of their mission to make amends. These apologies are not about personally feeling better to relieve a guilty conscience or only telling you what you want to hear. For Spirit, their apologies are genuine and significant because of the healing power they generate. They know that to make amends can bring healing to an entire family, lineage and beyond, it can even impact the wider community/society. The second message is very similar but focuses on making amends for how a loved one personally treated you throughout your relationship, whether it was abuse, dysfunctional behavior, or not being present in your life as they should have been. When a Spirit comes forward to apologize, it’s because they are truly ready to be the person you never received, or they are seeking to provide you with closure and/or reconcile unfinished business between you. You get to decide what is best for you, but remember, you are not obligated to continue a relationship with someone who has harmed you. Harm inflicted on others is augmented in the Spirit World–there is no hiding it or avoiding the truth of wrongdoing, and it’s impossible to avoid feeling the pain caused by certain actions or behaviors. This does not mean they are in a constant state of suffering. They are given opportunities to learn and become aware of family patterns and generational cycles that are passed down. Once again, it becomes Spirit’s mission to live differently and to create healing and closure not only in their loved one’s life, but for generations to come. It’s one of the most powerful tools for ancestral healing that exists. 3. “I support all actions and decisions you had to make.” “You made the right decision in regard to my care and belongings." These messages are so important for families and significant others who had to make difficult decisions about their loved ones' health in the final days, especially when this includes the agonizing choice to turn off life support. Loved ones in Spirit often validate what you did on their behalf and affirm how you were put in a difficult position. This message also encourages other actions you made in regard to their burial or cremation, funerals, memorials, as well as their home and/or possessions. They completely support any action and decision that feels right to you and often come through thanking you for all that you’ve done for them. 4. “Nothing was left unsaid.” “Please don’t feel guilty for not being there when I passed." In the final moments of a loved one’s life, you may wonder if they heard the last words you whispered in their ear or if they could feel you holding their hand as they took their last breath. Spirit brings these experiences forward as a way to tell you they heard every word you said and were aware of your presence with them, even if they weren’t fully conscious or able to physically speak back to you. Along with this comes a meaningful reminder for those who could not physically be present at the time of their loved one’s passing. Spirit hope to relieve any burden of guilt you may feel, although they acknowledge that going back over events and certain scenarios is a very normal part of the grief process. They can feel your love and hear your heartfelt thoughts. They know how much you wished you could be there with them or handled something differently at the time. Truly nothing is left unsaid because they receive your every word and intention you send them. This leads us nicely into the next meaningful message. 5. "I am always with you." “I was at the wedding.” “I witnessed the birth of your child.” Maybe you hope your loved one participated in milestone moments in your life. By mentioning significant life transitions, it can be particularly heartening to know that loved ones in Spirit are not just a collection of old memories but walk with you into the future. They are often eager to let you know what events they attended or milestones they witnessed since their passing. They are aware of a slightly bigger picture and already see your plans to travel, move house, or that you’re expecting another child. When these messages come through along with evidence about them, it feels reassuring to know they are an active, living presence, aware of your everyday life, and that they don’t miss out on anything important between you. 6. “I was in your dream, our favorite song on the radio, and the dragonfly that landed by your side.” Your loved ones in Spirit enjoy giving examples of the communication they are seeking to develop with you, such as validating certain signs to help you trust in them, or to affirm that the vivid dream visitation you received was truly them. These messages give you a sense that the communication is not just one-sided and that the new language you’re learning together can continue to strengthen beyond a mediumship reading. I recently had a grandmother tell her granddaughter that this new kind of relationship with her was like experiencing a rebirth, and that any small step she took in this direction increased potentials for spiritual growth as well as mediumship unfoldment. 7. “I love you.” “I’m proud of you.” No matter how old you get, there are words you regularly need to hear from significant people in your life. Whether your bond was close, absent, or if your loved one had difficulty expressing how they felt about you, some of the most meaningful messages that come through are often the short and sweet ones: I love you, and I’m proud of you.
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All my love, Danielle