Last week one of my community friends brought up Adam when she spoke of my book and how the reading of my relationship with him affected her. She recognized Adam, she remembered him, she loved him and as she spoke of him tears welled up in her eyes. At that moment I could feel Adam standing in my space, I looked at the tears in her eyes and I could feel his heart filled with love. This, of course, made me want to reciprocate with tears of my own.
I changed some names in my book, but not Adams, he insisted that his name and story be mentioned, after all, Adam’s story and my story have been woven together for the last 15 years. Anyone who has ever done a Seance with me knows who he is. For those of you who have not, Adam is my doorman; the spirit guide who holds the job of watching my back and organizing traffic in the spirit world. I call him my doorman because I use to own a bar, and the job is pretty similar. He decides who come in, who is not welcome and delivers messages for spirits who need a bit of help communicating with me. Although I knew him briefly in life, our friendship is something that has developed after his death. I love Adam and consider him one of my dearest friends.
When my friend spoke of Adam she mentioned how tragic it was that his life was cut short. I understood what she meant for he was a remarkable soul, but I couldn’t help but smile. My immediate response was to say “He still is making a difference, he is still working toward a goal.” I often refer to Adam as the ‘hardest working spirit I have ever met”. He goes to work with me every time I do Spirit Communication, which means he is working a full-time job in the afterlife. Like me he is a healer, helping people to find peace in knowing that their Beloved Dead are ok.
Adam has taught me so much in the years we have been connected. But the most important lesson he has taught me is that older spirits, ones who have been around for awhile, often continue their work between death. He has shown me the dedication that spirit guides can carry and how much they are willing to be present in the world of the living. They care about what’s happening here, and the veil between the world of the living and the world of the dead is getting thinner.
I appreciate all the feedback, and love hearing your experiences through reading it. I hope that you are all fortunate enough to gain the peace of connecting with your Beloved Dead.