Try and avoid reading other members posts about this exercise as it may influence your reading. ````````````````````````` Study the pic and then ask yourself... * Is this person in the pic still alive? *What was her dreams *What Part of the world you feel she is connected with? What name/names spring to your mind when looking at it? ..sometimes you can "pick up" a name around them that is not necessarily theirs!
What type of personality do you think/feel, she has or had?
Does she has /had a family?
Any other impressions which come to mind (even if they seem silly to you) ..
OK, Living.............Dreams of being loved for/as herself and successful in business......United Kingdom/England....Mary is very strong, could be any derivative.........Mary is still very strong.......shy, self effacing, but very loving.....small family,principle caregiver
Greetings Mark, I suppose it's fair to say that I do dream of being loved for/as myself, even though I'm already very richly blessed with family and friends who do. Business has been something of a struggle for me and I do wish for great success in that area of my life. I wish for monetary success so I can be of more help to others....have always dreamed of being a professional philanthropist (no kidding). Have lived in Colorado my whole life, with the exception of 2 years in South Dakota about 20 years ago, but I do have ancestors who came from England and have been there. No Marys in my life. Can be a bit shy at times, but usually am very outgoing. It just depends on my mood. I have a 22 year old son, a 19 year old daughter and 3 little granddaughters (my son's) who all live with me, also 2 big dogs and a cat, so I'm usually taking care of someone.
I looked at the photo as soon as it was posted but for some reason I held back from responding. Now after giving the photo a lot of thought I feel I know why. I know I'm not answering the questions asked but I do want to leave a response. The photo seems to be the spitting image of someone I knew 20 years ago. I hope to get the details right.
Her name was Judy and she lived in Birmingham England with her son Adrian whose father was American but who did not live with them. Judy was a lovely soul like a fragile spirit, she was unable to cope with day to day life and drank sherry instead of eating. She became ill and because she had no reserves or immunity nothing the hospital could do was going to save her. Thus she died leaving Adrian aged 12. Judy's best friend a man but not her partner took Adrian in and brought him up.
The photo reminds me so much of Judy I was unable to focus on anything else.
Hello Elizabeth, I'm so sorry about your friend, Judy. What a blessing that she had such a wonderful friend who took over raising her son! I can relate to her trouble coping with day to day life, I sometimes find it unbearably difficult, too.
Thank you so much for responding, your photo served to bring back memories of that lovely soul Judy. I must say that my way of coping with day to day life has been to put my total trust in the Universe. Although I have been through some very bad times I now know that they were for my ultimate spiritual growth of which I am thankful. Of course when you are right 'in it' that can be hard to understand.
I'm learning more every day to put my total trust in the Universe, but I haven't quite mastered it yet - I still worry more than I should. You're absolutely right that our hard times make us grow. In the midst of some of those hard times it does seem as though life will never be wonderful - or even okay - again, but eventually the sun always shines again and things work out for the best!
Many, many blessings to you too, Elizabeth!