** The Meet the Spirit series introduces us to a spirit entity each week. These spirit entities bring forth a message for the audience. If you would like to get to know your personal spirit guides, please check up my spirit guide reading available through Etsy***
A spirit is coming forward. He has actually been in the background for the last ten minutes or so as I completed some various tasks, just waiting for the right time to come forward. His energy is a little shy, but still confident.
This spirit is appearing as a cowboy. A man in his late 20s to early 30s. He is wearing a pink cowboy shirt and an off-white colored cowboy hat. The hat is pulled low so you can kind of see his face but his features aren’t very distinguishable other than to say that is lower jaw looks “chiseled”.
I ask this spirit what we can call him. He says we can use the name Gus.
I ask what message he has for us today. He says do not underestimate the power of the shy individual – the individual that hangs in the background – on the outskirts – not getting too involved in any situation.
That is the type of person who has the potential to have great courage inside if they just take the time to realize it. That is the type of person who can be confident if they just choose to believe in themselves. That is the type of person that this spirit was when he incarnated here on earth.
Now Gus is showing me a scene from one of his lifetimes on earth. He was a shy young boy, but big enough that he didn’t really get picked on, instead just hung back in the background. In that lifetime he watched other guys succeed while he just stayed in the background. But, he knew that he was smarter than the other men – he just didn’t believe in himself.
He is telling you to believe in yourself. Trust yourself. Be courageous. Now is your time. You can hang in the background or you can roar.
Thank you, Gus, for that message. May blessings be upon you and yours.
What a beautiful meeting! I love the message about he shy person, definitely not to be underestimate yet it often overlooked in our society. Thank you Gus 🙂 It’s powerful to have our awareness brought back to this.
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