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 May 28, 2018
LIBBY’S DAD’S ANGER MANAGEMENT
She reminded me of Alice In Wonderland as portrayed by Disney: blue dress, long blonde hair held back by a white band and radiating sunshine. Libby was 12 years old when she passed from a head injury she’d sustained while playing roughhouse football. Evidently she had been paralyzed in the misfortune, as she showed a contraption attached to her head, and lingered for sometime before her death.
She has a sister Megan and a brother she showed wearing suspenders. Libby and her dad used to love to go to football games together. But her most favorite thing to do with her dad was to sit on his lap in the rocking chair on the large front porch of their farmhouse on summer evenings and watch the stars. Her dad would always fall asleep and Libby would wake him up. It was a game they played. Since she’s passed, Libby has tried to play the same game with her dad. He would wake up, but not know that it was her waking him up.
Libby says that she is “not good” for her dad right now because he is furious over her death…scary furious. She showed me her dad’s face distorted, with piercing, glaring red eyes. Very scary to look at. Libby believes that her memory is what is causing her dad’s fury, even though she is all light and joyful now.
Libby is concerned that she be a “good” and positive influence for her dad, not a negative one that creates his fury. She says that her dad’s anger is a block—that he can’t sense her or feel her radiance because of his anger. Until her dad resolves and accepts the circumstances, he will continue to block her love for him.
This summer if her dad sits on the front porch and looks up at the stars, Libby promises that she will be there. When he falls asleep she will wake him up. But before they can play her favorite game, her dad must resolve his anger and be willing to allow her love in.