Our Family Member Spirit Guides
Sometimes as a family member of ours passes on to another dimension they may become one of our spirit guides. Sometimes they don't. Sometimes they move on to another dimension, out there somewhere, or to another life.
If an ancestor or other family member who died does become your spirit guide you probably won't be able to feel them. You very likely won't see them.
Just know that the ones who decide to be your spirit guides are there with you and helping you along the way in your life. Also know that the ones who have moved on to other dimensions or to another new life are meant to do that. It's their choice. If they move on to another life it is called reincarnation. Many, many people believe in reincarnation. Sometimes they may reincarnate into your own family. Be happy for them that they have moved on to another life. Just don't fall for those charlatans who call themselves spirit communicators or whatever. Most of them are charlatans anyway. Don't spend your hard-earned cash. Don't try to call your dead loved ones up from the dead. They have moved on. Like I said, it's their choice where they go after what we call death.
Take care of yourself and your other family members who are alive. Be present in the current moment with other family members and friends.
Don't forget your ancestors; keep photos of them around if you wish. Just don't put all your focus on them. Put your focus on the here and now, and the living.
Be kind to all beings.
The fine print (Disclaimer): I give absolutely no guarantee that any of these affirmations, clearings, prayers or any of this works. It is all up to you!
PLEASE NOTE (Another Disclaimer): These clearings, affirmations and meditations on this site can be powerful, energizing, and life-changing tools for growth... but they are not intended to be a substitute for medical care. If you are ill, sick or dealing with any sort of mental or emotional disorder, are undergoing psychotherapy, are experiencing seizures, or have any other physical, neurological or neurorespiratory or neuro-any-thing-else disease, we suggest that you seek professional advice and consult your physician or therapist immediately.