Three Misconceptions Of Our Ancestors

I have taken some time to share some thoughts on three common misconceptions many have when it comes to those who have passed. Their profound lessons, and experiences time and time again, have changed the way I connect with those who have passed.

COMFORT WHEN CROSSING OVER

Common grief many faces when they were not there as someone crosses over:

1. Were they alone?

2. Were they in pain?

3. Why wasn’t I there?

In this video, I address insight and understanding that has been delivered to help bring answers and closure to us who face this grief.

RAIN & SHINE

We tend to have a belief collectively that we can only receive heavenly assistance in the hard times… Well, I have here to tell you OUR ANGELS ARE HERE FOR SO MUCH MORE!!!!

Our angels are most defiantly around in those hard times. It amazes me how often our angels are around in the good times as well.

In sessions, I have found different validations of ancestors being there for the happy, joyful, celebrations just as often… if not more!

JUDGEMENT FREE ZONE

It is common for someone to express worry that their loved ones are judgemental of the life choices being made.

Many have thoughts along the lines of, “since they are gone now, I can’t hide my flaws or weaknesses. They now know EVERYTHING about me. Even the things I don’t even want to know about myself.”

Let me be loud and clear…
THE OTHER SIDE DOES NOT JUDGE YOU.
They see you.
They feel your heart.
They understand your intent.
They know your potential
THEY LOVE YOU & WANT TO SUPPORT YOU.

Love & Light,
Jenn

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