Have you ever noticed strange items in your path soon after a loved one passes? It might be a feather, some loose change or a hummingbird outside your window. Many people see these items as a sign from their deceased love one, trying to reach out.
Here are nine gifts a deceased loved one may be sending you:
If you notice a feather in your path, it may be your loved one using the wings of birds to send a message. They want you to know that there are still watching over you.
You don’t usually see shells outside of the beach. So if you notice a seashell in an unusual place, it could be a gift from your loved one to remind you that they are still with you.
Have you ever heard the phrase “pennies from Heaven?” It comes from the belief that some people have that finding a penny is actually a message from a decreased love one, to remind you that you are valuable and loved.
4. Butterflies, Bees, Dragonflies Or Hummingbirds
Seeing these smaller winged creatures flying around may be a hidden message. The next time you see a butterfly, bee, dragonfly or hummingbird, stop and take a moment to think of your loved one.
Have you ever dreamed of a loved one after their passing? Pay close attention to your dream the next time a deceased loved one appears. They could be sending you a message, giving you advice or giving you the answers you’ve been searching for.
Seeing repeating numbers could mean that a deceased loved one is trying to contact you. Number messages may also come in the form of important dates, such as your loved one’s birthday.
After a loved one passes, you might hear their favorite song, or a song that reminds you of them, from time to time. Each time the song comes on, it could be your loved one sending you the gift of their memory.
8. Body Double
Have you ever thought you spotted your deceased loved one in a crowd of people? Of course, when you got closer, it wasn’t them. But body doubles may be a message from your loved one, to help you remember the time you spent together.
9. Orbs In Photos
A strange orb near your deceased loved one in a photo could be from dust on your lens, or it could be a sign. If your camera lens is clear, it may be a message that your loved one is near and there to protect you.