Q. How do you know if someone has the ability of a medium (ability to communicate with the deceased) or maybe an animal communicator?
A. First, I’d like to say that some may have the desire for a particular ability, but may not have brought that ability into this lifetime. Having said that, I encourage giving the ability a serious attempt.
When I meet with someone, I may see little “clues” (energetically) or symbolism to tell me. This does not happen with everyone.
When someone comes to work with me, I may see a line of deceased people following the client. This tells me that the client has the ability possibility to hear/see/sense and/or know the deceased.
The deceased can “see” this ability possibility in the client’s energy field, and they follow in hopes of being heard.
For someone who has the ability possibility of animal communicator, I may see either a line of animals following behind the client or I may see animals of various types beside, behind, draped across the shoulders, perched on the head or shoulders, etc. of the client.
Just because someone has the ability possibility doesn’t mean that they have to be that. It just means they have brought that ability into this lifetime…it’s up to each individual to pursue and refine it…or not.
We are not necessarily defined by one or two abilities – nor do we have to work the abilities that show up, unless the ability or abilities are part of the individual’s soul plan for this life.
Q. What might someone who has medium abilities, and doesn’t know it, experience?
A. They can experience hearing whispering (especially at night), but may not be able to make out the words.
They may experience “knowing” information about a friend/acquaintance’s deceased relative (the knowledge just appears in their mind).
They may experience anxiety with an unknown cause. This may be, energetically, a response to not following one’s soul plan of being a medium.
They may see or “see” (in the mind’s eye) ghosts.
Q. What might someone who has animal communication abilities, and doesn’t know it, experience?
A. They may experience an unusual physical bond with physical animals. For example, animals may just follow them around.
An injured or lost animal may seek that person out. If this happens, please use caution…wild animals and injured animals (wild or not) can strike out to protect themselves.
The person may also instinctively “know” what the animal wants or needs or is feeling.
by Jan Toomer