First, it’s not what you think…
A recent hiking trek was all abuzz when a bumblebee began flying around me, like a spaceship orbiting a planet. I kept walking; it kept circling! When I stepped up my pace, the insect stayed on course too.
“What’s with you bee?” I asked aloud on the rocky trail. “Get yourself a flower; go do bee stuff,” I instructed. Nonetheless, it continued to hover in my midst.
Not until after I broke into a gallop and the little buzzer still stayed with me, my psychic medium radar ultimately clicked on! I sensed a spirit was reaching out through this bumblebee! “Ok! Who are you?” I enquired. After my revelation, the winged wonder flew away; it did what it was supposed to do: get my attention!
Moments later, I situated myself atop a boulder and meditated. During the quiet calmness in the coastal mountains, I connected with the spiritual source who was attempting to make contact. After receiving the messages, I repeated, “I am grateful. I am grateful. I am grateful.”
Two days passed and I was fortunate to attend a presentation in Santa Barbara by noted medium Suzanne Giesemann, a former Navy Commander who was led to pursue a spiritual career. After countless readings, seminars and nearly a dozen authored books later, she has gained a tremendous following. During the Q & A portion of her talk, an audience member asked, “Do animals have souls?”
Suzanne answered, “yes,” and even gave an example of how a client’s transitioned pet had come through during a reading (this has happened to me also). She elaborated further that our deceased loved ones and spiritual guides can even enlist a bird, or say, a dragonfly, to zoom around us to get our attention! Spirit doesn’t take the form of the creature, she explained; instead, spirit collaborates with its flying partner! Sitting in my chair, I realized that I’d received a special validation of my own hiking experience!
When it comes to spiritual connections, just know that, as Cole Porter would croon, “birds do it; bees do it!”
Love and light,