This time of year…..since I was ordained in 1997, it is my experience that many souls transition home to God once the holiday vibe is ramped up. Yesterday I was told of three souls who had gone home. From my perspective, it is an extraordinary experience to witness, one I find comfort in, when I seek the highest most unconditional perspective.
Perhaps the joy and excitement people feel about the holidays opens up a higher vibration of being, creating portals for those who are suffering with long term illness to let go, and let God, to cross over and through the veil. To experience relief.
Perhaps it is the love people begin to feel around the holidays, gathering with family and friends, taking time away from work to break bread, gift to one another….perhaps, this raises our own vibrations and frequencies to allow for unconditional love to be more present, and fear to no longer exist – and the journey home is a grace-filled process, no longer a struggle surrounded in fear.
Perhaps this holiday vibe allows for the Christ energy to be stronger, more vibrant, more present, which allows the veil to be thin, for those on the other side to assist more, to show themselves with more clarity, to reach through the veil and help us along our journey.
At any other time of year when I see a Xmas tree on the roof of a car, I get this joyful feeling…oh, they are celebrating love, before they feel they cannot. They are sharing with a loved one a most beautiful gift!
Perhaps it is so an eight year old boy from Central MA could have Christmas in July – and all others who joined in, shared in the love. Maybe so a Harley Biker club could form a parade and lead Santa Clause to this child in his wheelchair.
Maybe it is so a family purchases a Christmas tree and decorates with lights everywhere…… so their loved one does not miss and they do not miss their Christmas together, so no matter what time of year, we feel the Spirit of Love.
I once dated a man whose father died on Christmas day. He never wanted to celebrate the holidays again – until he realized, that was not celebrating his father. If anything, as parents and as children, do we not want for another to be happy?
Think about it. Right now, if your time has come to leave this physical realm and journey home to Light – do you want your loved ones to mourn? Do you want them to put their joy on hold? Do you want them to be sad every time they think of you, or do you want them to remember and celebrate the love, the humor, the memories, the joy, the moments. Do you want people to say I am so sorry for your loss – or I am so happy you had one another.
This time of year, magic does happen. It happens and reminds us love never dies. Our cords of love are eternal, they are forever.
Deborah Evans Hogan