The fundamental purpose of inter-consciousness/spirit energy communication is
development of a deeper understanding of truth and evolution.
You don’t fit truth into your perception—truth expands your perception.
If a message resonates with you despite unrecognizable details, the message is for you.
Received by khf Week of April 23, 2018
BURIED IN BEDROCK
“Evolving. Evolving. Evolving,” is how a young woman in her twenties with thick, long, wiry black hair held back in a low ponytail made connection. She used the name, Janis, and said she was gay (on the earth plane). According to her, she worked in a specialty tea shop and passed from complications due to anorexia nervosa. While she was in physical form she was “buried in bedrock” (of ignorance) and did not know practical things about empowerment.
Now on the spirit plane her push/urgency to evolve is resulting in growth–not frustration– as it was on the earth plane. Janis says she is “chiseling” her way out of the bedrock (of ignorance). Growth, she says, is universal (law).
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WOMAN IN BLACK HAT
An extremely high vibrational female energy made connection. A woman in her fifties, highly glamorous with startlingly intense eyes. She wore a distinctive black, wide-rimmed picture hat and, according to her, often wore big sunglasses. (The concentrated intensity of brightness emanating from her eyes and the energy it would consume from her if unmanaged would seem to make sunglasses a necessity.) This energetic spirit presented as tall and slender, of Spanish origin who was once a model. She said she worked in the perfume industry, that there were accounting discrepancies, and the pressure became like a cancer. She took her own life.
As she continued to communicate, her high energy fell away revealing dense, heavy energy which she indicated she kept well hidden while on the earth plane and is now carrying with her, still unresolved.
Her message is that she wants people to find out who they are while they’re still on the earth plane. That there is no pretense on the spirit plane and there is nothing to hide behind. “It’s difficult,” she revealed.
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ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS THAT HAPPEN TO BE ANIMALS
First a large, brown horse with a black mane showed up, followed by a smaller one. Soon there were five or six horses standing in a group peering over a paddock fence. They communicated collectively.
They “worked” at a racetrack that had high stadium seating, but they weren’t the racehorses. They were “support horses” and “show ponies,” as they called themselves. They put on shows, parading around the racetrack, and “helped” to support the racehorses. A couple of them were put-down due to injuries.
Collectively they said that humans don’t understand that animals are closer to the essence (of spirit) than humans, and that animals are much more in-tune with nature. Animals “work” from their hearts. But some humans mistreat animals, treating them like “beasts of burden.” Kindness is important and animals respond to kindness is their message.
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A young, female energy with short, dyed-black, spiked hair and lots of dramatic, cat-eye makeup, calling herself Pumpkin, made connection. Pumpkin indicated that she ran away from her Pennsylvania home (to an unspecified city) as a sixteen year old in the 1980s; befriended a middle-aged man with a beer belly who wore a black tracksuit and a lot of gold jewelry; and that she died violently. She mentioned that she had a (at least one) brother at home. Pumpkin said that her disappearance was on the news and there was a detective assigned to her case but it remains unsolved.
Pumpkin and the man who befriended her lived together. She says it was a “mess.” That they both were violent. For her, things (her downfall) began before she ran away from home. She tried to poison her “boyfriend.” She remembers his hands around her throat, she heard something pop, and she died from strangulation.
Pumpkin’s energy presented as strong and grounded. She wants her family to know that she is not attached any longer to this violent event. She said they were both violent and both culpable. She had a lot to work out and now holds no animosity toward her murder or the murderer. She has moved on taking her lessons with her and continues to evolve.