This article was published in Ascala Magazine in 2016. I decided to brush it up a bit and publish it again, because where I am today in my life, its contents are as relevant as it was back then. Like many times before I find myself facing a period of great change. Spirit has been whispering to me like they did then and I have had a lot of contact with my guide.
Transition is a part of everybody’s life. Working as a medium I am constantly challenged by my spirit guides to update myself to develop and improve my potential as a medium and also on a personal level. Who is Terry Evans? That is the thing I have to check every day to see where I am in relation to my ego and my potential. It is a never-ending challenge, a never-ending journey.
Over the last several months spirit has been constantly whispering to me and I have been having a lot of contact with Ascala who shows himself almost like a Buddhist monk. He has many different faces and profiles. With each profile it differs depending on what he wants to talk about or show me. There are days when I receive a visit from my mother or father; there are unexpected visitors all the time carrying with them a message or a point of view that can give me some indication on how to open a new door that can take me forward. My ego does not always want to listen to what they have to say, but after many years of working as a medium I realize that whatever they have to offer it is of value, but sometimes it takes time to understand they do not always give clear answers. The answer comes with time.
“Without Ascala I would feel alone, because the essence of what my friend and guide Ascala offers is a very important factor of my life.
In the transition that I am now experiencing there have been times when I have been very confused. But the confusion and the chaos it brings is an intrinsic part of growth. But I am beginning to realize that everything that is offered can be likened to a part of a tapestry that will eventually offer the complete picture of the messages that my spirit counterparts convey. There have been moments when I have had to look into my heart and come into contact with my “black spots”, and that is never an easy thing to do, but at the same time it can be liberating. If we did not see our darkness, we would become static, stuck on a merry-go-round that just takes us in ever decreasing circles where we end up at square one.
As I write now I can feel my spirit friends around me and I see the smiling face of my mother and she is happy to read the words that I write. My father steps forward and tells me that the period of transition is almost over and then Ascala makes his presence felt. He laughs and reminds me of the time when he told me to start a magazine all those years ago. My reply to him then was: “You do not know what you are talking about.” But because I listened that was the day when I met Maria, the editor and we joined forces and hence the birth of Ascala Magazine.
Then he tells me that during the transition he has been offering me many opportunities to grow: –
– The process that you are experiencing is because we want to offer you a new beginning. My purpose like with many other ambassadors of spirit is to create bridges so that they can cross over and become a bigger part of consciousness of man and give them a new beginning
Without Ascala I would feel alone, because the essence of what my friend and guide Ascala offers is a very important factor of my life. His job is to enlighten me to who I really am and to use that gentle restraining hand when I am taking the wrong direction, or thinking that I am becoming bigger than I really am. Should I wish to listen to him it will help me stay on the middle road between the light and the darkness. He sends the same message to all that are ready to listen.