You may have lost a loved one and want to connect with them through an Intuitive or Medium. During your channeling session, the loved one is asked to come forward but doesn’t.
Does this mean something is wrong with your loved one? With you?
No. Not at all. If your loved one doesn’t show up during the session, it doesn’t mean that your loved one’s spirit is lost or is suffering. And it isn’t because you’ve done something wrong and your loved one doesn’t want to talk to you.
There are a couple of reasons why a loved one may not come through.
In the majority of instances when a client has asked to communicate with a specific loved one and that person hasn’t come through, it is because the client is in a state of grief in which having contact with that loved one doesn’t serve his or her best interests. I know this seems counterintuitive. You would think that having contact would help lessen the person’s grief. However, in the cases we’ve witnessed, the client has been in what we describe as a bubble or a cloud. Their grief is at a stage where contact wouldn’t serve them – it may deepen their grief. It doesn’t mean the passed loved one isn’t around. It is simply that the time isn’t right for communication between the spirit of the loved one and the person who is grieving.
The other case is that the spirit of the passed loved one isn’t ready to be communicated with. Again, this doesn’t mean that the spirit is lost or suffering – it is simply the case that the spirit or soul is in life review and have some things they need to come to terms with before they are ready to communicate with the living. For example, one client wanted to connect with her husband who had passed. The image that was presented to her was of him seated at a school desk with the message – “he is in school and unavailable”. She wasn’t surprised at all. In fact, it made perfect sense to her given how he had lived his life. But the fact that she was presented with his image at school still let her know that he was fine – just learning.
Could the reason be that the Intuitive or Medium isn’t qualified?
Yes. Not everyone who claims to be able to communicate with spirits of people who have passed on can actually do so. Be careful when you are choosing someone to make this connection for you. Check their background. Are they experienced with a proven track record? Have they been practicing for a while? Do they have legitimate testimonials? Were they referred to you by someone you trust? Can they refer satisfied clients to you? If the answer is yes to all of these questions but the connection still wasn’t able to be made, then the reason is for one of the two listed above, not that the person is unqualified.
You can also connect with your loved one yourself.
Ask your loved one to appear in a dream to you before you go to sleep. If it doesn’t happen immediately, don’t give up. Keep trying. If you still don’t have success after a few nights, ask yourself a few questions. Are you really ready to connect with that loved one? Is it possible that the loved one is in life review? Is there any fear in you, at all, about this connection that may be preventing it?
Are you receiving non-verbal communication?
Your loved ones are around. Are they leaving you objects that you might associate with them? Are you finding coins on the ground? (Pennies or dimes) Do you feel a chill in the air when you think of them? Are objects being moved in your house? These are all potential signs that your loved one is communicating with you in non-verbal ways.
So even if you can’t make the connection, feel free to talk to your passed loved ones. They can hear you.