The Spirit world often tries to offer us guidance. If they can’t get through, the spirits sometimes resort to some unusual tactics to make themselves heard.
Here are 8 unusual ways the Spirit world may try to contact you:
1. A song on the radio
If you keep hearing the same song on the radio, listen to the words to see if they have a message for you. Obviously, popular songs are played over and over so don’t necessarily have special meaning. But if you hear an unusual song everywhere you go, it could be a sign from your Spirit Guides.
2. Repeated messages
The Spirit world might try to send you messages in many different ways. Some of the clearest are those that come in the form of words. Perhaps you keep seeing the same idea repeatedly, in email messages, on billboards and flyers or just random bits of paper blowing along a street. Pay attention to these words and see if they have a message for you.
3. Other people
The spirits may try to contact you through other people. This is common if you are not open to receive messages. They will use another person who is more intuitive or open to get through to you. If you have a friend or relative who is a little bit psychic or highly intuitive, listen carefully to their advice. Your Spirit guides might even use a friendly stranger to offer you guidance or comfort.
4. Familiar smells
Spirits may try to contact you through smells, too. This is particularly common if a specific Spirit is trying to communicate with you. They will let you know they are nearby with the scent of their perfume, tobacco or perhaps a favorite flower.
5. Weird sensations
If you experience weird sensations such as goosebumps or a sense of deja-vu, this might be that Spirits are trying to communicate with you. Pay attention to where you were when it happened to see if this offers a clue as to what they are trying to say.
The Spirits might also use animals to guide you. Pets can be incredibly intuitive and spiritual. Some have been known to lead their owners away from danger and even sniff out illness. Wild animals can often shed light on our situation, too. If you see an unusual bird or animal, it might offer you a message. It could even be your power animal. You can look up the spiritual meaning of animals online.
Dreams often send us powerful messages about our lives. If you have a dream, analyze it to see what message it might contain. Try to examine the whole dream for a message rather than using a dream dictionary to look up individual parts. It can be helpful to keep a dream diary and to journal about your dreams in the morning
8. Gut feelings
Never underestimate the power of your instincts. Often when we have a gut feeling about something, it is because our subconscious can see more than our conscious mind. Our subconscious may have picked up on clues and messages from the Spiritual realm that have led us to have a powerful intuitive feeling.
If you want to know for sure that Spirit guides are trying to contact you, ask for a sign, such as to hear a song on the radio, find a feather or see an animal or bird of some significance to you.
If you do receive lots of signs from the Spirit world, you might like to work on building a stronger connection. Meditation or journaling can help you receive messages more easily. Or you could contact a professional medium, psychic or spiritual healer. Try to find someone through recommendations so that you can trust their authenticity.
We’d love to hear in what ways the Spirit world has contacted you. Please share your experiences with us in the comments.
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