QUESTION: Masters, a couple of weeks ago my friend and I took a picture in a cemetery with a lot of orbs and white smoke like substance. Also, I’m hearing frequently in my home this bright bell-like sound, sometimes louder, sometimes quieter. What are these things telling me? ~Tiia, Finland
ANSWER: Mostly the message that is coming across is “hello.” Once souls are no longer incarnate (in a body), they sometimes still like to make contact with people who are physical. It may be people they knew or people who are open to the possibility and therefore allow themselves to “see” the images.
It is quite difficult for most souls to produce a physical body while in nonphysical form, particularly if they have just recently left the heavier atmosphere of the Earth (died). It is possible for them to vibrate the air and cause shadowy appearances using dust and other particles present. After a while they can generate a hazy, cloudlike substance on their own.
Agitation of air can sometimes form solid masses, such as a wave appearing in the water from wind and surface movement. It is easier for a soul to vibrate something that will produce sound upon movement, so sounds are a common way to communicate. Everything is composed of energy, and energy is everywhere. Stimulating energy activates waves of vibration, which can be perceived by the human ear whether or not a physical substance is involved.
Souls who do not currently inhabit a body are everywhere. When they concentrate their essence, it frequently can be seen as an orb or spherical shape. It may even be possible to see the impression of facial features within. The more souls practice, the more they can let you know they are there. They love being recognized.
The progress of expertise in spiritual/human interaction was demonstrated with a great degree of truth in the 1990 movie Ghost, starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, and Whoopi Goldberg. Give it a look.
If you wish to increase your viewing, let the spirits know you enjoy their contact. It is also possible to ask them questions that can be answered in a yes-or-no format. Ask what their indication for “yes” is and what represents “no.” Then put forth a question and see what happens.