*** 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 a very monotone voice and says his name is “Bob”. He is appearing as an older man, brown hair that is thinning at the top. He wears a navy blue baseball hat to cover some of the hair loss. He is holding a white coffee cup with black letters on it – it has some saying that I can’t make out but has the energy of an ironic joke and play on words.

Bob is wearing a navy blue sweater with a blue collared shirt underneath. He has on tan corduroy pants with a black belt and black shoes. 

Bob has the feeling of being very apathetic and low energy – maybe even a little dull or boring.

I ask Bob what his message is for us today. Suddenly, he shifts and starts jumping up and down and blowing party horns. His image becomes almost cartoonish and he “explodes” in an energetic jump towards me.

Bob wants us to compare these two different versions of himself, one dull and apathetic and one bursting with energy. Which one would you like to be around and communicate with?

This is similar to when people want to make connections to their spirit guides. Doing so in a dull and boring manner may not always work that well. Instead, bringing some excitement in your energy – some joy and glee with the prospect of a connection – this is what will raise your vibration and make the connection stronger. Plus, your guides will want to be around your energy because it will be fun!

So, Bob’s message for us is “Don’t be like Bob” – especially when trying to make connections to the spirit world. Ask yourself – “am I too Bob-like? Do I need to add a little joy and excitement to my energy today?”

Well, thank you Bob for that interesting message! May blessings be upon you and yours. 

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