Messages from Big Jim
Spiders from Big Jim
There are times when we experience
hiccups in our lives - as my family has in the past few weeks. Things
that are out of our control, painful and leave us with a helpless, lost
feeling. In these times our guides, teachers, angels and loved ones are
still here to comfort us in the best way they can even though we
sometimes do feel alone.
One of the things Big Jim does to change the dynamics of whatever is
happening in my life is to drop in a spider. Spiders are not allowed to
live in my house. They've been warned that to enter is to die, so it is
rare that one comes in - making it more obvious that they manifest from
"somewhere" when they do show up.
Recently Fred and I were sitting at the kitchen table having a
conversation when a baby jumping spider appeared on the
Fred asked, "Where did that come from?"
I knew where it came from... I looked
around and saw Big Jim leaning against the kitchen counter arms crossed,
ankles crossed - laughing.
Four days later the Comcast phone
repairman arrived. Of course I had to pick up the Majik Poodle attack
dog and open the door. When I opened it, something swung by me in front
of my face. I thought it was a moth, but it was a spider - right in my
face! I managed to hold the dog, get the repairman in and NOT get the
spider on me.
Once in side, I asked the repairman to
kill the spider while I held the dog. This particular repairman did NOT
like spiders - it wasn't huge, but too big to kill with your hand - it
took him a bit, but he finally assured me the spider was dead. I could
hear Big Jim laughing uncontrollably.
I'm grateful for Big Jim's "input" in my life. I never would have
dreamed that something so simple could become so important and eye
opening. Knowing it is him does, indeed, halt my thought pattern of the
moment and give me the opportunity to re-focus on what I'm grateful for
and not what is "bothering" me.
Know that in times of stress, times of sadness as well as times of joy,
love and celebration, they are with us - experiencing our sadness, our
grief, our joy and our celebration. Allow them to help you - it may be
something as simple as a "dropped in spider." Know that it will be
something significant to you and to them. Acknowledge and allow yourself
to discern the intent. You will grow closer to them - the love and the
bond will grow even more - allow...
Love always lives.
In love and light,
Kate and Big Jim