I thought the title was cute!
As much as I tried to keep myself away from computer after a long day at work and a long day at the shop I read out of, I just needed to come and write tonight. 'Go with the feeling Mary Lee!' is what heard and hear I am! IT HAPPENED AGAIN! I TYPED HEAR INSTEAD OF HERE! There are no coincidences are there? (Happened in my first blog).
Earlier in the month, I was pleasantly surprised when American Pie, played on my Carplay as I was driving. Although it was not the original sung by Don McLean, it still made me feel very nostalgic, so American with that ‘at home feeling’.... "Bad news at the doorstep I couldn't take another step"...and then upbeat tempo begins a short while later....,"Bye Bye Miss American Pie, Drove my Chevy to the leavey.".. It makes me just want to get up and dance with a group of friends, singing the lyrics, having a grand ole time, like in my college days!
The beauty of nostalgia is, for me it makes you feel good and cherish all of life‘s experiences, good and bad. I awoke to a memory on Facebook this morning which I posted 10 years today.
"It is quite interesting the turns our lives take. No matter if they are expected or unexpected we need to honor and cherish them. For without the turns, growth and understanding of our soul, life's purpose or journey would not be possible." ----Mary Lee Carosa 2/19/2010
Maybe this quote is what compelled me to write. I have been very busy this year working many psychic fairs in the Western New York area, as well as offering personal readings to clients. I am overwhelmed with beautiful messages from Spirit to their loved ones and the evidence to support my connection. I know my title is a play on words but have you ever felt the chills right after your heard something or saw something. For example, you over hear someone speaking of cherry pie, and it happens to be your deceased grandfather's birthday and he loved cherry pie; OR all of a sudden a song comes on the radio right when you thought about a someone, perhaps seeking their wisdom; OR on a day you are missing someone and a butterfly appears and you know it is her because she loved the monarchs. The shiver or the chill you receive is confirmation from God, Spirit, Universe. of a past loved one letting you know they are near, or it could be your higher self telling you something.
I think it is important to pay attention these little messages we receive. You don’t have to psychic to be open the messages, it’s more about knowing yourself, listening to your inner soul. Right now I believe we as individuals, as a country, as a world, we are facing many challenges within ourselves. Changes are ripening, changes I believe for the better. We are asked to look into our own souls and find our true selves, not who or what we were told to be.
For me, as I listen to the lyrics of the song, I get the chills. Despite all pundits interpretation of their meaning, I search within myself to understand their personal meaning. When the tempo slows at the end of song, a picture is painted of despair. This portion of the song takes me into self reflection; "the man said the music wouldn't play". Its like the child who is now an adult is seeing reality of life. "'But not a word was spoken, The church bells all were broken And the Three men I admire the most, the Father, Son and the Holy Ghost they caught last train for the coast. The music day the music died."....I get the chills upon hearing these lyrics, like Spirit is sending me a message, but I am at a loss as to what the message is. I am sure I understand in due time.