Suzanne shared highlights of the evidence and “wows” from her readings in the past month. The group participated in a powerful group healing and Sanaya came in with words of wisdom using the analogy of a scarecrow. Suzanne’s teachings included a visual to help us see the soul in others, how doubt and skepticism affect our connections with spirit, and a new analogy for understanding how to make the shift to communicate with nonphysical realms. She showed us an empowering technique to make higher choices when dealing with cravings and unwanted thoughts as well as a simple phrase to stop poor choices in their tracks. The lessons continued with an answer to the question, “What is real?” and an example of how we tend to believe what we see and what others tell us, and a stunning true story of how Suzanne’s SIP of the Divine meditation saved a life.
Suzanne and Sanaya answered questions from participants including:
- How does a soul on the other side know there is a medium available to connect them to their loved ones on earth?
- What happens to our stories when we cross the veil?
- Do we keep our gender across the veil and into the next lifetime?
- Do animals always come back as the same species?
- When we give an apology soul to soul to a person still living, does that person feel the apology?
- If a sitter in a reading does not wish to communicate with certain souls on the other side will those souls respect that?
- Was Brenda higher evolved in her lifetimes so that she can serve as your mediumship guide?
- Will a person with Down Syndrome continue to have that condition on the other side?
- What role do dreams play in our life? How should we handle them?
- What does Sanaya say about medically assisted death?
- Do we travel to the other side when we sleep?
- Can we communicate with souls who have been on the other side for a long time – those we don’t know?
- Can we visit things not of time and space like the Big Bang when we are on the other side?
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