CLAIRE’S CHALLENGE – More medium work
I am so pleased with how I fared this week. Again, I was provided with a photograph and a name from one of our blog readers (who I do not know) and was immediately drawn to the photograph and had so much information coming through – it was amazing!
I don’t know what it was, but it was like I was drawn to the man in the photo. There was just such a warming, lovely energy connected with this man that I felt so happy and content. I actually emailed the person who sent this in – who seems just as lovely as the man in the photo – and apologised if I sounded creepy, but I just thought this man was a phenomenal person.
So… Word for word, these are the notes I provided along with our reader’s interpretation:
- Sweetest, gentlest, calmest soul
- Very wise
- I am hearing the word father, although I know this is not her father (however, the man in the photo did not look exceptionally old, without many wrinkles). I’m quite sure this is her dad’s dad, her grandfather
- His name is Huong/Hong
- Little dog that followed him everywhere
- Great fright in his life – am seeing thieves/burglars stealing his things and he is petrified. This would have led him to be very safety-oriented
- Always wanted better for his family. Set apart by others as making different decisions but he only ever wanted the best
- Car parts
- Don’t smoke – it’s a nasty habit
- Wife still alive. So in love. Doted on her. Misses her. M-name.
I then (once again unintentionally) began to write automatically: “I am ok. Tell her Barnaby is with me. I talk to her in her dreams. Tell her that the dream was real. I visited her. She will recall the dream without a doubt”.
I thought the dream involved a body of water (maybe a lake) and I very specifically saw it was night time, there was a smoky mist over the lake and the two of them were standing facing each other.
- Yes he passed in September 2009
- So nurturing and caring. Just beautiful
- He was my role model and a man of principle
- Yes, he is my dad’s dad.
- Gong was not his name, but that is what I called him – it means ‘grandfather’ in Chinese.
- He loved the dog ‘max’ like he was his own child
- I am not sure about the fright. I have checked with dad and he said he had a fear of strangers living in a country where he didn’t understand the language or environment
- He was very safety conscious
- Yes, his family was his priority
- Not sure of bakery/car parts – but he grew up poor and was very creative and handy and kept bits and bobs around the house
- He used to be a smoker in his youth
- He was in hospital quite some time ago and we were so scared of losing him
- His wife’s name did not begin with “M” however, our nickname for her began with a M and we never called her by her first name. He was passionately in love with her
- No idea who Barnaby is
- I have had some very vivid dreams about him – but not with a misty lake
I was so impressed! I really think I did quite well and got some pretty good hits!!
As mentioned, the reader also provided a name for me. I didn’t get a good connection here, and was so unsure of the information I was quite sure it was meant for another person.
Here is what I got:
- Baby boy
- Look for signs of his presence
- Understand there wasn’t anything anyone could do, must accept and move on
- Car accident?
I admit – I originally thought this was a child who had passed, but when I got further into it – it didn’t make sense. But I kept feeling a young presence and that you need to move on.
Here is the reader’s interpretation:
- This person maintains their inner child and is known as a joker
- This person is in their 20s, but I have joked before they are like a baby
- It is hard to ignore this person!
- I am trying very hard to move on
- Car accident????
So this was bizarre. Even though I got a young person originally (and guessed it was a child) I knew this didn’t fit but that they were ‘so young’…. Kind of fit!!
How do you think I went? I am really pleased with myself this week!! I was so honoured to practice for this reader – thank you again!
If anyone else is interested, until next Friday 25th November I will still accept reader’s emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you include all photographs and names (of a fair amount… please not too many!) and please specify in the email if I have permission to type up the results (and specify if you want names/circumstances changed). I’m replying to everyone as I can – but I’m only able to get to one a week, please bear with me!