*** 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 through. They are on roller skates riding quickly past people at a skating rink. The image focused in on the skates and only slowly going up to reveal more of what this spirit looks like. The appearance is still a blur because they are going so quickly past the other skaters.
I ask this spirit what their name is, and they said that we can call him/her Bob.
I ask for his/her message and they say, “sometimes we go throughout life so fast that it seems like we are a blur. That others don’t really see us, the true us, because we are moving so fast to get past the next obstacles. But, if we just stayed put and enjoyed the journey instead of having to go so fast past everything that is in front of, we allow others to get to know us – and – in turn – we help each other on a deeper level.”
As Bob was saying this he showed me an image of him stopping and interacting with one other person. I now see that he is appearing as a young adult, maybe 20 or 21 with curly brown hair that sits short on his head. He has kind brown eyes and is wearing a green henley shirt and khaki cargo shorts.
Bob holds another skaters hands and helps this younger girl skate a circle around the rink. At first she was too scared to go on her own and as Bob just zoomed by her thinking of her as just an obstacle to maneuver around, he didn’t even notice her. But, now that he has slowed down, he can see that she needed assistance making her own way around the skating rink.
He is now laughing and having a good time with this girl as he slowly makes his way around the rink. He may not be putting in as much effort and making as many loops as he was before – but now he seems genuinely happy. Now he is fulfilling his purpose of helping people instead of just thinking of them as obstacles.
Thank you, Bob, for that important message. May blessings be upon you and yours.