Many readers have contacted me asking why when they asked a specific question they got a yes or a no to something that turned out to be wrong. I don’t have all the answers but I can tell you that your GA is your fiercest advocate, thinking only of you, your stress level, your heart. They want to protect it from breaking into a million pieces at all costs. So sometimes they tell you what you want to hear in the moment, that later, with reflection, you realize it saved you from feeling total devastation, as in my case. Yeah, if you read my book, you know I use myself as an example.
I asked about my cat, Pea, who was sick. When I asked if I should take her to the vet she gave me the sign for no. I asked if she was going to be okay in the end and she would give me the sign for yes. I stopped worrying. Then, as my baby lost weight, it became obvious she wasn’t going to be okay. I asked for a reading and this is what I received.
I pulled these cards with the pendulum the day before I took her to the vet. I knew in the back of my mind that it was referring to Pea but when I asked, I got a no that it wasn’t about her. It would have been a long horrible night if she had said yes. But it wasn’t until the next day, standing in front of the vet and was told that even if I had rushed her in the moment I noticed anything wrong, the diagnosis would have been the same. She had a rare cancerous tumor, a fast growing tumor, that couldn’t be cured. My GA’s guidance allowed me a few more days with my Pea, never giving up hope.
Afterwards, I asked if Pea, if animals, like us, get to choose their paths before they come here. She said yes. That they also get to choose just how long they want to hang out in this life, and some, like my Little Pea, chose a swift ending to what was a life of pampering and love.
She was one of those cats that never gave love but demanded it anyway. She had to have her treats twice a day for nine years and it would frustrate me because she never chose the first bag I picked, it was usually the fourth before she found the flavor she wanted. About a year earlier, I had this feeling I better not complain about her pickiness, or her always wanting love right when I was writing a difficult scene. So I spoiled her even more and at least I have no regrets that I didn’t give her a great life.
But I do remember that I had told my GA that I would never forgive her if she was wrong about Pea before the vet trip. But immediately afterwards I knew that she was protecting my heart and I wouldn’t have believed it until the vet looked into my eyes and said there was no hope and to alleviate my guilt, told me there was nothing I could have done.
I hope this helps you understand why you might get a wrong answer. It’s always to protect you and in my case, I’d had to readjust my life with medication, and the stress, although I was under enough just worrying about her, might have sent me to the ER.