One of our readers shared a wonderful story, enjoy!
I wanted to share something that I experienced this evening. Actually, it started last night. I had been reading the article Psychic Josepha had written about how to connect with your guides. I was reflecting on the fact that I had never really consciously tried to do so, and it made me sad sort of.
I wondered about how much more in tune to my own spirit I could be right now if I had only taken the time to meditate, and to truly connect. As I sat in bed, thinking deeply about the longing I had inside, I started to cry. As the tears flowed, I asked that my guide(s) give me a sign, any sign, to show me that I would be ok, that all that I have been going through was for a greater purpose, one which I didn’t know.
I fell asleep, thinking of the journey that our souls are on, wondering what that journey is like, and hoping for a sign. I don’t know if I dreamed that night, because when I woke up, I couldn’t recall any dreams, or insightful answers on my heart. I went about my day. This evening, I went outside to my car to charge my sons cell phone for him (the wall charger was left at a friends house) and as I sat in my car, with a small light on,… there appeared a ladybug on my leg. She appeared out of nowhere, from the dark, and proceeded to crawl around on me for the next 20 or so minutes.
As a child I can remember always being fascinated with ladybugs. I actually have a huge aversion to all bugs, and cannot even let them crawl on me, but for some reason, ladybugs and butterflies are the exception to this rule for me. As I sat there in the dark car, with this tiny little guest, it came to me that this was my sign. I didn’t think about it, it just hit me.
So I decided to ask the ladybug if she was my sign. She suddenly flew from my leg and landed on my chest. Each time I asked her if she was my sign, or if she was my guide, she would jump from one spot to another, and crawl around on me. It was magical to watch her. We sat in silence, and as a question would come to me, I would ask her. Then I felt as though she had fulfilled what she was there to do, to bring me some comfort, reassurance, confirmation and peace. So I asked her if she would like to go now. She flew to the arm of the passenger door and crawled around a bit. I put my finger down and she crawled onto it, and as I lifted her up, and gently opened the door, she sat there calmly. I got out of the car, and walked down my driveway, under the stars and the moon with her. When I reached an open area, I told her thank you and that it was ok if she needed to go now. With that, she flew away into the night. I walked into my house, sat my sons down, and told them what happened. They were amazed. And they believed it too. We just sat there, the three of us, sharing in that moment. It was awesome. I just really had to share.
Toodles, Lisa ;)