Our Passed Loved Ones Send Us Messages
Did you know that we can, and probably are, receiving messages from our passed loved ones? After Death Communications, or ADCs, are various types of communications relayed from relatives and friends that have departed this life. These ADCs serve as ways to show us, truly prove to us, that the family member or friend lives on, and they sometimes impart a particular message. If you are open, and don’t fear, you can experience more and more of these types of communications.
Sometimes, you may see a coin in the middle of the living room, when there is no logical reason why it suddenly appeared. The phone may ring but there is no one on the other end. Your clock may stop at a meaningful time, even though the batteries still work or the electricity still flows through. If the person loved, say, ladybugs or hummingbirds, and you see them repetitively, or in an unexpected place, that is another type of sign. The possibilities are truly endless. When anything unusual happens, be still and listen to your intuition to discern its meaning. Often, they are just “hellos.”
Seeing a repetition of a certain number or set of numbers may be another way a passed loved one is trying to reach you. As described in I Can See Clearly Now: How Synchronicity Illuminates Our Lives, my friend Clare “has her own special number that holds great personal meaning. When she was a little girl, she used to tell her father all the time, ‘I love you 712!’ At that time, she felt that 712 was the biggest number she could count up to, and so that was her way of expressing how much she loved him. They continued throughout her childhood and even adulthood to say, ‘I love you 712!’ to each other, until his death several years ago.”
”Since her father’s transition to Heaven, Clare see the number 712 so often and at the most meaningful times, and she knows without a doubt it’s her father saying, ‘I love you 712!’ She regularly wakes up naturally at 7:12, and the change she receives from a purchase at a store will oftentimes be $7.12.”
Recently, Clare told me of yet another extraordinary sign that her father is contacting her. She went to the grocery store and bought several items. When the cashier rang up four mangos, which were on sale for 50 cents each, she mistakenly entered the wrong code and it showed up on the register as $7.12, when it should have been $2.00. So she credited Clare’s bill -$7.12 and recharged it the correct price. Of course, Clare immediately thought of her father.
As she left, Clare looked at the bill and noticed something else. The canning jars she purchased, which she hadn’t known the price of since it wasn’t displayed, was $7.12 as well. So she saw $7.12 three times on the bill and two of those were due to “mistakes.” She said she wouldn’t have noticed the price of the canning jars, but the mistake with the mangos made her review the whole bill. Yes, her Dad was really trying to get her attention.
Don’t ask me how this phenomenon occurs because it is beyond my understanding. What I do understand is that it is real and our passed loved ones probably want us to know, more than anything else, that they are more than okay.