Originally posted by Annee
Originally posted by woodwytch
. . . I do consider myself to be an 'intuit' and when I read your OP the first pictures that came into my head (like trailers on a mental tv screen)
were of a man in a check/plaid shirt ... with short dark hair ... broad shoulders ... can't tell you about his face because I was watching him from
the back ... he took the bracelet.
Very good. I want to give credit to your intuition.
My first thought was a carpenter or worker. The bracelet is very eye catching.
But - - I (for whatever reason) chose to go with misplaced.
Maybe I just didn't want to think of someone taking it. Or the change of mind (regret) - he looked at it - but didn't take it. Or wished he
edit on 5-8-2012 by Annee because: (no reason given)
Thanks Annee ... I've done exactly the same thing myself ... I seem to get my best results when somebody approaches me with a specific request ... and
I'm always a little dubious about giving names (I always talk myself out of it) ... and on one particular occasion I got the name of a lady but
ignored it because I'd had the same name come up for someone else a few days before ... imagine my frustration when it turned out the name was correct
... but I didn't say anything because it's a bit late after the event ... it would have looked as if I was just latching onto what they'd said
... I kicked myself when they'd gone though for not listening to what I was shown.
And yes ... I did say 'listen to what I was shown' because I find in this particular kind of (I hesitate to say) work ... I believe you need to 'see
with your ears and listen with your eyes' ... this will sound crazy to some but make perfect sense to those who are empaths and intuits ... of which I
know you are one Annee.
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Just wanted say ... it would be great if the OP could give us all a little feedback as to whether or not she's found the bracelet ... and if so was
anyones suggestion on this thread close ???
Please don't forget us here
edit on 9-8-2012 by woodwytch because: (no reason given)