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Art and Spirit

My mother died almost 4 months ago. Something strange happened today when I was deciding what subject I was going to choose to draw. I opened a drawer that had been closed prior to my mother’s death and removed a couple of sketches that she had completed – horses….

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I maybe looked at my mother’s sketches a total of 2 minutes before I put them away.   The intent of my putting them away was to save them so that I could copy them at a later date and create an oil painting of them in memory of my mother.

Am I psychic?

I don’t know. Perhaps I am. The subconscious mind remains a mystery to modern science.

I do have a very high level of intuition – I know who is calling before answering the phone, I often know someone is calling before they actually call, I sense things before I’m told things, and I do things based upon a gut feeling.   I actwith a high degree of confidence when I experience such intuition.

I also can read people – meaning, I know what they’re feeling and can sense what to do based upon what I sense about emotional state.   Some might simply call this ability empathy – but – isn’t the name itself a declaration that a person must be able to put yourself in the circumstance of someone else and feel as they feel?

I do not see ghosts.   Although I will admit to talking with people whom I know to be long dead as if they are in the room with me.   It’s hard to explain – it’s not a “crazy” person talking to the air, but a man telling his mother how he feels about the world and asking for help and guidance.   Seriously.  Who doesn’t do this?

I can confirm, therefore, with absolute certainty that I am definitely human.

About The Author

Jeffrey W. Spencer

Jeff is a 25+ year survivor of stage IV melanoma cancer. He describes himself as an outdoorsman, though he is a technology professional and primarily works at a desk. He is a veteran of the USMC. His undergraduate studies were taken at SWTSU (Government/English), with graduate studies at Texas A&M (Philosophy), and the University of Texas at Austin School of Law. His hobbies include photography (landscape, travel), writing, and computers. He lives with his wife and some dogs in the Texas Hill Country.

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