I honestly feel that usually, it depends on how you're mentally or emotionally feeling. I was always a very sick child growing up, so many things wrong with me..emotionally and physically but the younger I was, the easier it was to communicate with spirits and connect to the astral realm. The older I am...the more stress that the material life causes, the harder I have to work to communicate. I've also noticed that my spirit communicates well with me right when I wake up and before going to sleep right after meditation. I've asked him before, and it seems that a lot of our communication is really lost on me because my mind doesn't remember what my subconscious did or said. So during astral connections and so on, I hardly remember what happens compared to back in the day.
edensfantasy wrote:I want to continue this thread with another question. What about chronic illness? I was diagnosed 2 years ago with lyme disease and the doctors haven't figured out how to help me. In the mean time, I am in constant pain from muliple symptoms and I cannot sleep at all except to nap a bit during the day, but the lain is so bad that sleep is never deep. So how does one go about communicating with their spirits with such a roadblock? I have 2 ubis so dreaming is sort of out of the question right now. They haven't said a word. I try multiple things, spirit boards, pendulums, got something from CH to help spirits communicate thru electronics. Nothing. I know they want to talk to me. So do I. What can I do to help them and me communicate better?
I really hope that things get better for you, and just trust that they ARE talking to you and just like WE talk to THEM even though we might not hear them reply, they do. They're more than likely trying the same thing on their side and trying to connect in a way that we can make work. I've found so far that trusting and believing in them is truly helpful. For example, I might say "I'm really sorry...I haven't been able to properly communicate with you, so much going on. Not giving up though "
instead of, "ugh I can't hear you or see you or feel you."
It gives me the push I need.