I thought I'd share a story or two about the beginning days of all the woo woo stuff. My senses were going crazy, and not the ones I expected.
Before I get down to the nitty gritty, I want to emphasize I am just a regular person: multifacited, stubborn, addicted to chocolate and fried pickles, believes in science, feels like a parenting failure at times, and loves animals and children. Channeling spirit is only part of who I am but it does play a significant role in my life for my own healing and for others. As with most things in life, my imposed introduction to it started small and seemingly insignificant. I soon realized the trick was recognizing it and not sweeping it under the rug like I had done for so long.
Back in 2009, I started to see movement out of the corner of my eyes. I dismissed it for a long time—thought maybe I was just tired. Little did I know, it was the start of me recognizing my connection to spirit. Shadows soon morphed into full-on visions of spirit walking around my house a few months later but before that, I was actually more sensitive to scent than anything I could see with my eyes.
I remember being at my computer in my kitchen in Burbank and the heavy scent of cigarette smoke filled the room. Naturally, I looked for open windows. It had to be coming from outside but it wasn't. It was hanging only in the kitchen area. I later channeled and did some non-woo woo investigative research to get to the bottom of the mystery. It turns out the couple who lived in the home in the 1950s smoked cigarettes and the now-enclosed laundry room (attached to the kitchen) used to be the back porch where they would enjoy of their Marlboro Reds. I was happy to know I wasn't losing my mind but also a little perplexed as to why I was suddenly starting to smell things that weren't there. Smoke. Perfume. Food.
Do you notice odd smells or sound or see things out of the corner of your eyes? Tell me what you've noticed!
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