After my father passed away, my mother gave me her wedding ring which she had made into a pin for me. When we were going for a reading, I wore the pin. Before leaving for that reading, I realized the pin was gone off my blouse…lost. During a subsequent reading this past summer, I was told that my father took it back. I don’t understand this. Can you help me to understand this?
Thank you. –Susan
I am sorry for your loss of your father and also for your stress over losing such an interesting, emotional piece of heritage jewelry. However, I completely disagree with the idea that your father took it back. What would he do with it on The Other Side? Wear it? That’s ridiculous. Your father is in a place of perfection and energy without a body so he wouldn’t need a piece of jewelry in order to feel at peace or be more complete. Retrace your steps, post rewards, and check carefully inside the bottom of the lining of your coat, and underneath all the furniture in the event it fell and hooked itself a ride on something, including a carpet!
There is a phenomenon known as ‘displacement of objects’ in which a physical object (such as car keys) can be temporarily relocated, or ‘cloaked’ from our view by energy helpers suchs as guides and angels from beyond. Eventually though the displacement will shake loose with the object often reappearing in the same place it went missing, where you previously looked and rechecked multiple times—as if dropping back in out of thin air. However, from everything you’ve described this does not appear to be a case of displacement so much as misplacement from the clasp on the pin.