What Channeling Spirit Feels Like

Everyone who connects with Spirit experiences it in her/his own unique way with some sensations being universal. For me, it feels like this.


I always have tingles on my left arm from my Stephen, my Spirit Guide. Occasionally, these become so intense, my arm feels like it is on fire. Stephen does this when he wants to emphasize a particular message he is giving.

Sometimes the top of my head tingles during a session. For me, this indicates a download of information from another Spirit that I need to pay attention to.


When I am connecting with spirits of people who have passed, the temperature will often drop making me feel cool or cold. This is a fairly common sensation for most.

If you aren’t someone who channels Spirit, but feel you have a passed love one around you, this change in temperature is good indicator that they are there.


As strange as that sounds, when I am channeling, Stephen will often make my nose, and sometimes my cheekbones, itch. This is a signal to me to widen my field of vision to see a bigger image that he wants to give. It’s pretty funny to watch 😉


I will often sneeze during a session when another spirit, a guide or passed loved one, wants to come in and give a message. At times, I can catch the tingle in the nose before I sneeze. Which is helpful because when a sneeze comes out of nowhere it can be a bit startling!


Yes, unfortunately there are occasions when I experience uncomfortable sensations when I am channeling. Back pain. Hip pain. Grief. Nausea. These sensations either mimic what a client is experiencing or are a result of leftover energy imprints. Spirit has me experience these sensations so I can convey the messages that explain them.

Joyous. Loving. Comforting.

Thankfully, Spirit gives these sensations more often than the uncomfortable ones. They are physical sensations and feel really good!

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