Anne from Oslo, Norway, asked:
Ever since childhood, I’ve been fascinated with couples that divorce and then remarry each other. Back a few decades ago, I married a man I absolutely loved named Erik but we fought all the time. For the entire marriage, I KNEW we were going to divorce, marry other people, and eventually get back together again.
As expected, we have both moved on and married other people. Both of us are still married. Recently I learned he has been diagnosed with a rare cancer and is not doing well.
Since I’m not in contact with him or his family, I don’t know any details and fear my intuition after all these years was wrong. And on top of all that, now his wife has also been diagnosed with cancer.
What do you see for our future? It took me several years to move on after he left me and I will be equally devastated in the future if he dies, especially if after all these years, I was wrong about us getting back together.
Would it be weird or unwanted on his part, if I reached out to him now after almost 22 years, to tell him he and his family are in my thoughts and prayers?
Thank you for any insights. I’ve been torn for months on what to do.
In order to answer your questions, I energetically connected to you and then from you to Erik. He is indeed dying and is in Phase 8 of the Twelve Phases of Transition. That means Erik is surrounded by angels and the spirits of deceased family and friends. Graphics of the 12 Phases are on my website and are described in my book Angelic Attendants.
Erik telepathically told me he’d be delighted to hear from you and to see you, so I believe it would be in both your and his best interests to make that happen.
As an explanation for your fascination with couples who divorce and remarry, I “get” you two did just that in four past lives together. I also “get” you will have other opportunities (future lifetimes) to experience different perspectives of being together, separating, and then reuniting.
As humans, we often envision something happening a certain way, in a preordained time frame, and are disappointed when it doesn’t materialize according to what we had imagined. If we, however, look at a situation from multiple viewpoints, we usually realize although our paths are not what we expected, the outcome is.
Perhaps what you’re calling “getting back together” in this lifetime isn’t another marriage, rather, it’s a simple reunification that involves seeing each other before he passes. It could also include Erik, when he returns to non-physical (spirit) form, having the ability to be around you at any and all times. The possibilities are endless.
I hope you find some comfort in this information and hope you have the courage to go see him.