A while back, I began to write about how I am “inspired” to create articles for i-Spirit but then decided to create a speech about people who have inspired me throughout my journey instead. Well, that just didn’t go over too well with my “inspiration”, my dad in spirit, who assists me with my writing.
How can I know this?
Well, two days after my change in plan, I attended a message circle and my dad came through, prompting the medium giving the messages to ask me, “What are you not writing? What are you leaving out?” It was quickly determined that my dad was quite perturbed that I was “editing” his guidance. Definite confirmation of who my writing guide is I’d say!
So, on this Father’s Day, to honor my father’s role in my writing career, I’d like to share with you the article that I had put aside that day!
The Tear in your eye….
I’m pleased to say that the articles I write for i-Spirit.ca are all inspired writings. How can I tell you ask? Easy… If I start to write on my own, the words are difficult to find, the concept for the article forced. To the contrary, when I get an intense urge to create an article, I simply sit down at my computer and the words come faster than my fingers can keep up. The topic is upfront and the article is done in “moments”. I am truly inspired (Def: imbued with the spirit to do something, by or as if by, supernatural or divine influence.)
Today, I decided to write “on my own” and not wait for that urge and as I struggled with my words I realized what was happening. I immediately stopped what I was doing and sent out a prayer request for a writing guide to assist me and instantly a flow of words began, the story took shape and was completed in a flash. That was when I noticed “the tear”.
In my spiritual training I’ve been taught that one way to know when a loved one in spirit is with you is by the formation of tears that come “out of the blue”. As I’ve been writing my articles today, I’ve noticed that my eye will not stop tearing so I know someone is near; someone that I feel instinctively is my dad.
I’ve never noticed the tear before but I’m glad to see it’s arrival. My dad had a gift with words and I know I have inherited his talent but today I feel that I now know who my writing guide is and I am grateful for his support. Thanks Dad.
This has been another reminder to me that we are never alone on our life’s journey. When we find ourselves struggling with some issue, we need to remember to stop and ask for help. It will always be there – just look for the subtle signs.
I’ve had many wonderful conversations with my fellow spiritualists regarding signs from the Spirit Realm and of the courage it takes to acknowledge them with your friends and family. Following the path of Spirit in what ever way that you find aligns with your truths is always good for the soul. I am so very grateful for all the love and support that I receive from everyone here on the earth plane and from those in the Spirit Realm.
So, on this Father’s Day, I just want to say, “I salute you Dad”!