Get Back in Touch with the Unseen World.

This is a guest post from Prudence Sinclair.

Good morning, lovely you!

I had another topic ready to go for today’s blog post, but another idea has just come to me after watching my little ZuZu chase something unseen (to me anyway) for nearly 10 minutes. At first, I didn’t know what she was doing and was even slightly concerned. Was she having a seizure? Was she in pain? She was very animated and sort of jumping around in an odd way. I went to her and held her for a second and she seemed fine, if not slightly annoyed that I had interrupted whatever the hell it was that she was doing.

As I continued to watch, it became clear that she was trying to catch something, though I couldn’t see anything. Finally, after a few minutes of watching her acrobatics I saw it… the tiniest, and I mean tiniest bug I have ever seen/not seen. I don’t know what kind of bug it was and I don’t know if she has caught it or not. All I know is, I could not see something that was clearly there.

And because I couldn’t see it, I thought that something was wrong. But it wasn’t. Once the unseen became seen, I saw that not only was Zuzu okay, she was having a blast doing what cats do – hunting.

When the invisible becomes more visible in our lives, we can live with a sense that things aren’t as wrong as we perceive them to be; that things are usually, in fact, very okay.

Just because we can’t see something doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. I didn’t see that bug, but it existed. We can’t see our own breath, but we are alive. We don’t see the wind unless it bumps up against something else like tree limbs or laundry hanging out to dry. But the wind exists.

Most people deny they have invisible angelic helpers in their lives because they can’t see them. How much more right would life feel if you could actually sense these helpers working on your behalf?

Change Your Perspective – Change Your Life

What we see and don’t see is often a case of perspective. An ant can see the leaf it is crawling on, but not the entire tree the leaf has grown out from. The ant also can’t really see the person sitting underneath the tree. The person sitting underneath the tree can’t see the ant all the way up there. But the ant, the tree and the person all exist.

Some people have been given a gift and have a more active sixth sense than others. This allows them to seek and receive guidance from the unseen world. But anyone can tune into this invisible realm and receive the guidance they need. All that is required is a deep desire to connect and an open heart.

How can you begin to see the unseen?

Meet me over here at Prue’s blog https://www.prudencesinclair.com/the-unseen-world-around-you/

and learn how to begin to see the unseen. Also, pick up my referral to a long-time spiritual friend who is an International Medium and Spirit Artist. See you there!

Good morning, lovely you!

I had another topic ready to go for today’s blog post, but another idea has just come to me after watching my little ZuZu chase something unseen (to me anyway) for nearly 10 minutes. At first, I didn’t know what she was doing and was even slightly concerned. Was she having a seizure? Was she in pain? She was very animated and sort of jumping around in an odd way. I went to her and held her for a second and she seemed fine, if not slightly annoyed that I had interrupted whatever the hell it was that she was doing.

As I continued to watch, it became clear that she was trying to catch something, though I couldn’t see anything. Finally, after a few minutes of watching her acrobatics I saw it… the tiniest, and I mean tiniest bug I have ever seen/not seen. I don’t know what kind of bug it was and I don’t know if she has caught it or not. All I know is, I could not see something that was clearly there.

And because I couldn’t see it, I thought that something was wrong. But it wasn’t. Once the unseen became seen, I saw that not only was Zuzu okay, she was having a blast doing what cats do – hunting.

When the invisible becomes more visible in our lives, we can live with a sense that things aren’t as wrong as we perceive them to be; that things are usually, in fact, very okay.

Just because we can’t see something doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. I didn’t see that bug, but it existed. We can’t see our own breath, but we are alive. We don’t see the wind unless it bumps up against something else like tree limbs or laundry hanging out to dry. But the wind exists.

Most people deny they have invisible angelic helpers in their lives because they can’t see them. How much more right would life feel if you could actually sense these helpers working on your behalf?

Change Your Perspective – Change Your Life

What we see and don’t see is often a case of perspective. An ant can see the leaf it is crawling on, but not the entire tree the leaf has grown out from. The ant also can’t really see the person sitting underneath the tree. The person sitting underneath the tree can’t see the ant all the way up there. But the ant, the tree and the person all exist.

Some people have been given a gift and have a more active sixth sense than others. This allows them to seek and receive guidance from the unseen world. But anyone can tune into this invisible realm and receive the guidance they need. All that is required is a deep desire to connect and an open heart.

How can you begin to see the unseen?

Meet me over here at Prue’s blog https://www.prudencesinclair.com/the-unseen-world-around-you/ and learn how to begin to see the unseen. Also, pick up my referral to a long-time spiritual friend who is an International Medium and Spirit Artist. See you there!

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