***MUSINGS FROM ANOTHER PLANE***
BY Winifred Adams
She came in telling me that she was there for healing an issue with her mother. Thin, beautiful, and spritely, she moved with ease and took the chair directly in front of me. I eased into my chair assessing her aura and energy field. I had an overwhelming sense of sadness despite her smile and eagerness to heal.
She was ready. I asked her how she came to find me and she replied that she had gotten it off the flyer in Wholefoods. Hmm …I considered that for a minute, thinking to myself, “I didn’t post a flyer in wholefoods.” Since I live three hundred miles away I knew I hadn’t been there to post a flyer. But she was certain and that’s how she got my number.
The room we sat in was simple, standard beige wallpaper that any old office space might have, one window looking out onto a terrace no one used, and perfectly square—just big enough to fit my table, a desk and a bookcase, with room for a few chairs.
I asked some general questions as I do with any session and told her we were going to jump in. “We are going to start with the F word!” She looked at me both puzzled and amused…
“Feelings.” I stated matter of factly.
She sighed a bit and giggled. “Ok,” she said, “I am ready!”
As with all my sessions, impressions begin to flow as soon as I am in tune with the person in front of me or on the phone. As a medical intuitive or as I often prefer to see it, an empath from birth, I feel what someone else feels. And from there it begins a process whereby we can unearth the buried conscious and subconscious feelings that people experience, store and play over and over again in their heads or through their body systems. She had come here for emotional healing and as usual, it began with feelings.
She related to me how her youth was troubled with a mother that was not only unkind but bordering on abusive with a strong controlling nature. Her parents had divorced early and she felt alone most of her life. Her siblings seemed to escape the chaos at home leaving her to battle her mother alone, a feeling that often left her feeling trapped.
She was conflicted. She didn’t know how to handle this situation with her mother. Relating to her mother was challenging as she so wanted the relationship but found herself stuck between defending herself from the manipulation and abuse and trying to love her unconditionally—something she herself need from her mother.
She crossed and uncrossed her legs as she answered my questions, filling in the history as she experienced it. She felt it was hopeless. Sensing her anxiety, sadness and now anger I had her stand up and begin to beat a pillow on a chair. (Something that is common practice for those with pent up anger who don’t feel they have a right to express it.) Now yelling at her mother and finally letting out all the things she really had wanted to say for so long, she beat and yelled and beat and yelled. When she stood up straight again, I looked at her and said, “How does that feel?”
With a big grin she replied, “Good! Oh my gosh! I had no idea I really felt all that. I feel guilty about saying all those things.”
“Guilty?” I questioned, “Or angry?”
“Yeh, well, I guess I am angry.”
“Guilt is when you deny how you feel and regret feeling something beyond just doing something. Anger is the pent up fear and rage (in this case) at having to defend your boundaries when instead, you should be feeling and exchanging love.”
She considered this for a moment. We sat down again and began our deep emotional healing work now that she was initially relieved of some of the deep-seated tensions that she was carrying around. Post pillow beating, she was more upright, shoulders back, neck tall… she was in her own energy more and not so much in the shrunken shadow of her mother.
I gave her some of the flower essences that I had just helped name. They weren’t even on the market yet. They would be coming out soon but their effects I was witnessing time and again, were immediate. Since they were combinations they would work on many issues at once. I gave her one for grief and one for trauma. Immediately she began to ease.
We tapped using a combination of intuition and EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique. Unlocking all the stored baggage in her subconscious was amazing to her. As we moved through the session she began to realize how much she wasn’t even aware of that which had been playing out through her subconscious all these years. Tears flowed at the most unexpected moments as we would hit on a particular issue. And then it would pass. We were speeding along erasing all the connections in her brain that played and replayed the traumas, the hurts and the slights over the years. Even the anger and frustrations…all of it came to light.
We were doing so well when suddenly a handsome man appeared to me in the room. He was gorgeous. I was a bit taken by how handsome this spirit really was. It’s not often I see young people in their 20’s, and certainly not this good looking!
“Did you know a young man who’s about 6 feet tall, well built, very good looking with dark hair?”
She burst into body-wracking sobs. She couldn’t speak. She cried and cried and it was hard not to cry with her. She was so vulnerable that moment, her eyes looking straight at me, tears flowing down her face. My throat equaled hers. I fought back tears. This was big. I felt for her. This surpassed everything we had just talked about, this was much bigger and clearly the reason her spirit had brought her there to me this day.
He moved by me and stood behind her off to her left shoulder with a big hand on her shoulder stabilizing her. As he did so, she calmed and began settling down. When she could speak again, out came the most unexpected story.
“A few years ago I was engaged. I was so in love. I found my soulmate. He understood me. He was there for me and helped me through everything with my mom and my family,” she said trailing off into sobs and tears again. “He was there for me. He loved me.”
“Unconditionally,” I added.
She shook her head in agreement. “He loved me. “
“He understood you,” I said.
“Yes, he understood me. He was my rock.” And this time deep sobs came forth.
Now crying myself, I watched as he moved around behind her, letting her finally express the grief she never had over his apparent death. His energy was so big as was he, and he was so gentle in nature it was unbelievable to see.
“..but he was killed in a car accident before we got married…” she continued in between sobs.
I got up and gave her more flower essences for grief. She again calmed immediately.
“Well, he’s here with you now and he’s putting his hand on your shoulder,” I explained. “He feels you and your pain and is telling me that you need to know it’s time to let go and move ahead.”
She shook her head in a new wave of tears. “I know….”
“He says not to feel guilty. Why would he be saying not to feel guilty? You are taken care of now?”
She sobbed some more… and when she could breathe she said, “Yes, I can’t feel love for my husband!” She exclaimed followed by more crying.
Hmmm I was trying to piece this together both in feeling and with what she was telling me as well as what this male spirit was telling me and showing me. Then it all clicked.
“You can’t love your husband fully which is why you feel guilty because he can’t equal this love that you had for your former fiancé.” She shook her head amidst tears. “He brought you your current husband to take care of you to look out for you.”
Now I was feeling her current husband. He so loved her and was taking complete care of her and had been since the passing of the fiancé. But she couldn’t return that love sincerely despite his care. She wasn’t complete with the past.
“I loved him….”
“I know, I can feel that. He loved you too. And still does. But he’s ok now and if you can see this a new way, he is now your guardian angel. He’s not gone. And he brought you this other man to look after you and take care of you.”
I continued, “You can let go of the worry and fear about not loving your current husband. Just let it grow, knowing that this
is now helping you find closure from the past. Your fiancé is always with you and he loves you. So really, you can kind of have the best of both worlds.. you get a super amazing all-seeing confidant who loves and knows you, who is watching over you always, guiding you, and you have a man on earth who loves and adores you and is willing to take care of you no matter what.”
She laughed and considered this. I got up and gave her more flower essences for distress. Again she calmed.
In consideration I said, “Your spirit got you here based on the idea of healing with your mother, but the truth is, you came here to heal this old wound and to get this amazing gift of having him come forward so you could feel that you aren’t alone. And come to find out, you were having feelings about your current situation that needed some attention and now you have further clarity.”
“Yes,” she replied. “Yes, I have clarity and I feel so much better! I can’t believe this. I can’t believe this.”
Relieved and ready for a nap, we hugged and she left to process all that just happened. As so often happens with emotional healing sessions, people think they are coming for one reason, and as it turns out, they are there for something yet to be fully resolved or even uncovered.
I saw her a few more times and she was able to let go into her marriage and love with an open heart. She is now thriving and back on track with a security in both worlds.
Using the flower essences has been the very best healing elixir I’ve found. There isn’t a session yet that I don’t use them. They soothe the emotions instantly and “adjust” people’s energy field so that they can get to the truth of the issue or calm, or release or follow through, or stop a repetitive behavior.
Each one is uniquely designed to assist 7 different emotional components and I’ve found them to be so very helpful even after sessions as things continue to unfold for people. Not only are they tasty, but they become a staple with people and are commonly found in purses or on desks for everyone I encounter.
Release It—for grief
Distress Remedy-for trauma or stress or shock
Be Courageous-for anxiety and to assist people to follow through with things they don’t easily complete
Be Responseable—for addictions of any kind and for helping one to choose behaviors that are good for them
Find Strength-for people who suppress anger, are people pleaser or who have trouble with strong boundaries
Keep Cool—for people who are currently venting anger in some form
Open Heart—for people who are closed off from being vulnerable and are hard of heart. It helps people become more compassionate to oneself and others. This is also good for people who routinely think the issue is with everyone else but them!
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Winifred Adams, CPT/ Herbologist/Iridologist/ Emotional Healing and Hands on Healing Therapist
Medical Intuitive with the International Association of Medical