The other morning, I was at the gym. I did my weights and was just about done with the elliptical when I looked down for my water bottle. It wasn’t there. I’m like what the heck, so I looked toward the last machine I was on to see if it could be seen, nothing. I looked down again and voilà it reappeared. As you can see from the photograph, it cannot be missed (see photo on Facebook: Life in Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp – Mayberry It Is).
Did I move it with my mind or did Spirit move it?
I decided to chat with one my students about this phenomenon. She shared a similar experience. One time she and her son wrote down the names of their chickens – 21 in all. Afterward, they counted 19 names several times and wondered which ones were missing. They went so far as to go out and count the chickens, still 21. When they got back inside, there were now 21 names on that sheet of paper, no longer 19.
And to go even deeper, the other day I was having healing moments for about three to four hours. After I stopped crying, although tears still spilled from my eyes, I caught a glimpse of someone sitting in the entrance of the breezeway. I felt it to be the energy of someone I knew. As I got closer, I saw a familiar forearm. It was supposedly someone else. They had the same vibe, the same smile. When our eyes met, I knew exactly who it was, and they knew that I knew who they were. You cannot get much past a psychic medium.
According to key points of a 2021 article written in Psychology Today, humans use more than 10 percent of their brains, but not even close to 100 percent; animal studies have found that “20 percent of neurons studied serve no identifiable purpose;” “some researchers have estimated that more than 60 percent of the brain consists of ‘neural dark matter,’ or neurons that have no apparent purpose and seem unresponsive to common stimuli.”
Near the end of the article, it stated that a study showed “77 percent of the visual neurons measured were doing something that seems useful,” but were not responding all the time.
That article confirms to me that there is more than meets the eye, more than some can even fathom.
So, yes that water bottle moved. And yes, there were 19 chicken names written on that sheet of paper and then 21. And yes, a person I know shapeshifted.
I truly believe as one evolves more is shown. Keep going if you dare.
Lori Carter is a freelance writer and Spiritualist Medium -- truly a Spiritual Being, and aren't we all.