Tuesday, 13 July 2021

An Update......

  So I was laid upon a bed in the x-ray unit of Stoke Hospital. After a two bouts of hospitalizations in the last six months, one of which included open heart surgery, I was not in the mood for another CT scan, which is what I was about to have. My newly furbished heart was beating loud enough in my ears enough to worry me in case it wore my new heart valve out before I had chance to adjust to it. In other words, I was a tad stressed although I was trying not to be. 

The vein in my arm was found, instructions about the procedure were said, and the scanner started moving towards me. It is a big circular tube which surrounds the body and it can be claustrophobic, although I had never found it to be on past CT scans.  This time I did. 

And then, zooming in, came my support team....... comprising of angel guides (I shall explain who they are another time), bringing with them a calmness of self and a feeling of being able to conquer all that is laid before me. Not only that, but my dear departed Uncle Jim, Aunty Rose, Uncle Don, Nan and Grandad also made their presence felt, making me feel very supported. I rode through the scan very well after that. The team and my family saw me through.

Now this might seem a bit weird to you, and I would have thought so too if I was not as psychically endowed as I am, and although it is an effort to stay connected to the Source of all that is, which was difficult during the time of my operation and recovery and often I was worried in case that link would never come back. I have worked hard to recovery that link, which has required several weeks of self healing meditations and positive thinking. It was a life test which I found to be long and hard. Not to worry, I am coming out the other side, with a greater connection to the Source of all that is, (or the Universe, or God, or any other name you use to define that power ) 

And I was reminded by the angels on my team that providing I spend time to make the links between me and them, that they can make a call to action when I need it. As for my family members who have passed on........ I never reach out to them like I do my team, they just seem to make their presence known as and when....... and it is not like I am remembering them from the memory files in my head, it is a different energy which I can only but know that they are still around even if they do no longer have a body shape. And, as a matter of interest, Mr Lobb, my piano teacher in my teenage years and who I had forgotten in the mists of time, spoke to me this morning, saying, " Keep your fingers flexible". Being psychically sensitive does make like interesting!

So I have started doing my piano exercises, but think that I shall not play the accordion again. It is a heavy instrument to play and in deference to my re-plumbed heart I think it has to go into history. But not to worry........ I am thinking about learning the melodeon and / or the concertina, which will not have the huge sound of the accordion, but at least I can play some of the our catalogue of music because they are lighter instruments to play.  Meanwhile I shall keep the piano practice going, and I shall not give up on my music. Mr Lobb has said so. 

The House Project:

It is still ongoing, and at the moment we are hoping to purchase a house in Oswestry, on the Shropshire and Welsh border. 

The Walking Project:

I am not walking up and down the lanes outside the cottage very much, but I did walk unaided through the hospital for my CT scan which surprised both me and my partner. And I walked quite strongly up to where he was waiting in the car park after the scan. I am aware that my legs are getting stronger, and that I am doing more jobs in the house. In other words, I am on the mend. 

My heart is settling down, and I am growing in confidence that it is a 'working' heart and not a 'soon to retire' heart. 

All is well, despite the ongoing trials of living life through these unsettling times, which only serve to make us stronger if we try to stay positive that all will turn out alright in the end.

Hope all is well with you. 

Bye for now, 

Vx

9 comments:

Rhodesia said...

Hi Vera, so delighted to hear from you and it sounds like you and your 'team' are doing well. Take care and stay safe, after all you have been thorough you do not need to get involved with infectious diseases. I think of you often but I am never sure how to contact you so this post was more than welcome.
My very best wishes to you both and I hope all goes as planned. Diane xx

Mama Pea said...

So glad to hear you are, indeed, on the mend and happy that you have stalwart helpers to get you through this period. And, as you say, a positive attitude is so important to have. We all need to remember that!

DUTA said...

Thanks for the update. I'm glad you are on the mend and feel stronger. Your psychic experience sounds interesting, and makes me want to learn more about it. My Source, as you call it, is God, not God of organized religion, but my God that I belive in, trust Him and pray to Him.
Hoping from good, happy news from you.

northsider said...

Glad to read you are on the mend Vera. Oswestry is a lovely place. The first world war poet Wilfred Owen once lived there. Take care.

Vera said...

RHODESIA.....Thanks for your kind words, Diane. Hope you and your husband are well and enjoying the summer in France. Vx

MAMA PEA.... Thank you, your words are much appreciated. Vx

DUTA...... I use the word 'God' as well sometimes, and to me that is the same thing as using 'the Source'. It is dependant on the spiritual sensitivities of the person who I am talking to.

My other blog, which is 'The Psychic Craftswoman' (the link is top right on this blog) is where I share more information about my psychic sensitivities and experiences, and I also 'trust, believe and pray'.

Thank you, Duta. Vx


NORTHSIDER..... I shall investigate the work of Wilfred Owen...thank you for mentioning him. Vx

walking in beauty carmarthenshire said...

Hello Vera, glad to hear of your progress. Yes the 'Team are always around, but will only help,if we welcome them.Their presence is always comforting ,I find. Sounds like your progress is continuing well and that recovery will now gather speed.
Good luckon your new home process.
Walk in Beauty, Kathy xx

Vera said...

WALKING IN BEAUTY.....The 'Team' often stand back if they know I can cope, or I need to learn a 'life lesson', but I know that they are always there. Thank you for your best wishes. Vx

Toirdhealbheach Beucail said...

I am super glad to hear that you continue to improve Vera. Here is to hoping things continue to go well, and very quickly!

"Keep your fingers flexible". That may be the best story ever- and the concertina is equally as lovely as the accordian.

Vera said...

TOIRDHEALBHEACH BEUCAIL......I am practising my finger exercises. Apart from keeping my fingers flexible it is also helps with stopping the arthritis and I do want to have the challenge of learning new instruments. Moving forward, that is what we have to do to stay relevant in life!

Thanks for your kind comment. Vx