Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Visions


I think this ancestor is saying something - or blowing smoke! Not sure which.

I "see" things. Anyone who has looked at the blog understands that. Yes I see auras and energy fields. I see alternate realities reflected from the hoods and doors of cars. When I look at satellite pictures of hurricanes, I see dragons, and yes, yes, I see the dead. OK sometimes I don't see them, but I know they are there.

Yesterday at work I "saw" a client's ancestors gathered all around her. She is about to have a baby; it seemed that they were gathering to support her through labor and delivery, and to welcome the new member of their extended family. At the end of the session she told me she felt better than she had in a long time. A gathering of loving ancestors will do that for you, it will. Five minutes after she left, while crossing the street, I saw the above. I "saw" it and I saw it.

It's always a good idea to have the camera close at hand because wow. By the time I had crossed the street - maybe ten seconds later - the clouds had radically changed shape so the face was no longer visible. It was just a glimpse, but still awesome.

As a psychic, part of my mission is to "see" the subtle realms. It's not often I get to share any of the amazing things I "see" with people who aren't particularly attuned, or interested, in alternate realities. Cool, isn't it?

LATE BREAKING NEWS: My client went into labor within a few hours of her session yesterday. The baby was born (two weeks "early") this morning around 5:00 a.m. Those ancestors got the ball rolling, definitely! Wow.


Me, times three. No Jake, though.

22 comments:

steven said...

hi reya, there are riches beneath the surface - of anything and everything! as i write this a robin, with a bright red berry in its beak has stopped on the deck railing and is watching me. i always say hello.
because; who were they? who are they to be? why now, right here. watching? there are so many layers to this experience. have a peaceful day. steven

ellen abbott said...

Very cool. I see the earth looking out at me a lot. Faces in the rock, sinuous dancers in the tree trunks. And I always say hello when they appear to me.

Joanne said...

Beautiful clouds there. A glimpse is all it takes, and is often so effective, leaving us wondering, thinking ... A nice place to be.

Reya Mellicker said...

So I'm not the only one always saying hello. I also ask for advice quite a bit.

Rain "sees" the trees, too. Nice pic on her blog right now.

Reya Mellicker said...

I really like the crown chakra radiance of this being. Actually there's a lot I like about it.

Meri said...

Very, very cool. There are layers everywhere, affording a vast treasure of riches, if only you peel them back.

Madtexter said...

I really enjoyed this post. The cloud reminds me of 'time'. You can be aware of it, appreciate it and spend it, but once it's gone you can never get it back. Life just keeps moving forward.

Butternut Squash said...

Oh the joy of turning your eyes heavenward! Lift up your eyes and look around. The descriptions of what you see are so comforting.

Janelle said...

awesome pic of cloud! once we were driving in northern maasailand and we saw a head with lightening inside it! it was amazing... xxx j

A Cuban In London said...

What a compelling story. I could see the shape in the cloud, a human profile. Many thanks.

Greetings from London.

willow said...

Wonderful cloud! She's gorgeous. Loved this post. I can certainly relate. Maybe the auras I see around people are not just my tired eyes?

Cyndy said...

That was an amazing cloud person! I see faces all the time too, in just about anything that has some texture. I love seeing all of my "friends" lurking around out there. I met a couple of stump monsters out in the woods last week that I've posted pictures of. You never know when you'll see something like that. Well YOU probably do!

Nancy said...

I am not as in tuned to these things as you are, but I always say hello to the birds and animals that stop by. The face in the clouds is very clear, as is the face in the tree at Rain's blog. Very cool.

Ronda Laveen said...

What an amazing moment captured. Not only is it a floating head, it has anatomy. I see the neck arms and chest.

lakeviewer said...

Your paying attention comes in handy and turns into fantastic pictures.

Auras and energy fields are all around us; but, most of us just don't see, don't feel.

Jeninacide said...

I see things too. Often I definitely see faces. There is a really prominent face in the wood door to my bathroom at work. I can't help but stare back at it!

Reya Mellicker said...

I see the anatomy, too, Ronda.

Yes, Meri, and all ... I agree. Take time to look and the world reveals itself in all its glorious wonder.

Willow you're definitely seeing auras, definitely. Sorry your eyes are tired, though!

Steve said...

That's awesome! I still leave the house without my camera some days, and I don't know why I do, because invariably I miss a great shot like this. Why do I resist just having it with me always?

I'm telling you, Jake is SOMEWHERE in that shot. :)

Margaret Gosden said...

I always take my camera now because one never knows what will be encountered , or what a spontaneous shot will reveal when looked at on the monitor. I am not psychic, more intuitive, more associative. I am commenting because your cloud shot is like mine, sans the image, but with a vertical man made structure that seems to be pointing the way, or no way.

Verily I go. said...

I love every shade/shape of cloud I get to see. Love em all. I wish everybody looked. Side pic of you is beautiful, Reya.

Barbara Martin said...

Sometimes I see faces, or people or ghosts or angels. Other times I'm aware of vibrations and get variations of buzz, with the stronger it is the more clearly it has to do with me. It's a gift we should use wisely.

Barry said...

I could definitely see it.

Nice to know our ancestors care.