I’m not ashamed to say, I call on my guides to help me with EVERYTHING. They are my BFFs and they NEVER let me down. While I was pregnant, I discovered they were particularly good at helping me get parking spots.
Towards the end of my pregnancy, I was doing anything I could think of to assist my little girl in making her entry into the world. Per my midwife’s advice, this included A LOT of walking. My husband and I would walk the neighborhood, stores and the malls. When we’d be out someplace, we learned quickly that it was important to get a spot as close to the door as possible. Not because I had a problem getting in, but by the time I was done I was really done and trekking across the parking lot wasn’t going to happen.
So I would ask my guides for help. And, they always got me a great spot. The most notable was one evening at about 5pm when we decided to stop at Wegmans to pick up a quick dinner. As we drove into the parking lot, immediately I thought, “Are we sure we want to do this?” the lot was its usual crazy mess. Perfect time to ask my guides for help… so I focused on the Expectant Mother spot and asked my guides to open it up for us.
As we approached it, not only was it open… but the cart boy had blocked it with the carts he was collecting to bring back to the store. Soon as we got close, he moved the carts as if ushering us to our spot. My guides definitely did some good work that day!
They’ve also lent a hand when they aren’t asked. While in Rochester about a month ago, my husband and I were debating over what to do for dinner. It was 10pm, I’d just gotten out of a house party and both of us were hungry. Unfortunately because it was almost 10pm, our options were limited. We really didn’t want fast food and wished we knew where a Wegmans was as that would allow us to pick up a quick bite and grab food for the psychic fair that weekend. No sooner had we spoken those words when we came up over a hill and rounded a corner and like in the movies we saw the lights of a Wegmans beckoning us. Thank you Spirit Guides! Especially since it was at about that time we realized we had missed a turn AND coincidently the turn to get us back to where we needed to be was the corner the Wegmans was sitting on. If that’s not divine intervention, I don’t know what is!
I don’t know what I’d do without my guides. While they don’t make my life perfect, still waiting on those lottery numbers, they do make life a little easier. And in moments like these, bring a smile to my face.
If you aren’t using your guides already, when are you going to start?
I receive messages all the time for others, and get a little annoyed when people don’t listen to them. Especially when they come back wondering why things haven’t changed BUT haven’t changed anything. I shouldn’t be so tough on them because it often takes me a half dozen times, OR MORE, to get Spirit’s message and actually act on it. That’s been the case recently.
Having been raised in a family supportive of my gift, I know how important familial encouragement is. Having been an outspoken, yet awkward youth, I also understand how uncomfortable it can be for an intuitive child trying to figure out how to navigate his/her life amongst peers (and adults!) who don’t understand the world of Spirit within which they live. A child’s intuition and creativity can be easily squashed by an unkind word as society favors conformity. Because of that, and as a new mom hoping to create a loving environment for my own daughter who already demonstrating signs of intuition, I have felt drawn to work with and help intuitive children and their parents. Finding the time, however, has been the challenge! (Did I mentioned I was a new mom?)
Spirit, however, has kept reminding me that working with children should be something I do. Over the past few weeks, the message has gotten louder.
A client and friend of mine has an eight year old who is incredibly intuitive and recently her five year old has also been demonstrating her own intuition. Wanting to support both of them, but uncertain the best manner by which to proceed, she shot me an e-mail to discuss. We spoke for about an hour, at which point she exclaimed “Dawn Lynn thank you so much! You NEED to do this for other parents. So many could benefit from you. You should write a book.”
Following our conversation, that SAME week, I received two e-mails from parents requesting guidance for their kids; I ran into a fellow reader, whom I hadn’t seen in ages, who mentioned that she had recently encouraged a client of hers to reach out to me to discuss her daughter’s gifts; AND, at the psychic fair three parents came up to me to talk about their intuitive children.
This all made me pause and scratch my head.
Just as I was beginning to get the message that maybe NOW is the time to start something with kids, a colleague and friend, Moira, who has a two young children of her own approached me about starting a support group for parents of intuitive children! When I received her message, I literally laughed out loud and said to my husband “The message is loud and clear. I get it.” Rather than beating around the bush, Spirit finally hit me upside the head with a two-by-four. What’s even better, they gave me a way to accomplish the goal! I guess I can’t avoid the message any longer. Now is the time to work with kids!
After making the decision, a friend and student of mine who has been bringing her ten year old daughter to development classes confirmed the need for work with not only children, but also their parents. She starting by thanking me for welcoming her daughter (who proudly states she IS a medium). But she went on to say, “I was getting a little worried bringing her because she began sharing her mediumship development with everyone she came in contact with. Afraid for her, I actually told her that maybe she should keep that to herself. After thinking about it, I changed my mind and told her I was wrong. She needs to be proud of who she is… but we also had a discussion about how some people may not be warm and welcoming to her beliefs.”
In my mind, that’s a woman and mom I aspire to be like. Not every parent would have the strength, or even know how to address that issue. Thus confirming the need of a group for both children AND their parents. Stay tuned! Moira and I are working on it!
Dawn Lynn is an EveryDay medium. She lives and breathes via her intuition, which as a fourth generation intuitive from a family of Spiritualists came easily. Her abilities became apparent in early childhood and were cultured by a supportive family. Through her Blogs and Vlogs, she wants to help you become the EveryDay medium too.