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A Day in the Life of A Spiritualist

Sunlight Spiritualism

On 12-02-2012, I wrote and read the following for the Sunday Service. Is there anything you could be doing in your life to be a better Spiritualist?

She wakes up and looks outside and the sun is rising. She admires the sun rise as a work of God. She is filled with excitement, love and healing as found in the light. When she looks outside, she hears the birds singing.

She does all the bathroom stuff to get ready for work and then sits down in her quiet spot for some meditation. She does the tree roots grounding, she surrounds herself with protection as she prepares to faces the day. Doing her meditation here replaced a bad habit she used to do in this time-slot before she was a Spiritualist.

She gets in the car and drives to work. On the way, she listens to positive and encouraging music to keep her vibration high. She also makes sure to notice the sky so she doesn’t miss any possible messages from God in the clouds.

She gets to work and locks her car up. She surrounds the car with some spiritual protection. When she walks from the car to the building, she passes someone with a frown. She says good morning and shoots a smile to bring a little encouragement into that person’s life. Even though the other person says nothing, she knows she has done good.

Throughout her work day, she does her job to the best of her ability. Anything she puts her name on must be a testimony to God.

When she leaves the building, she looks up at the sunset. She mentions how beautiful the sky is to someone who passes her. That person agrees.

She drives home and someone cuts her off. She starts to get mad and shrugs it off. Spiritualists don’t get mad, it’s a low vibration. A little bit later someone else cuts her off and she hits the horn angrily, Instead of a hook, what comes out is a beep beep. Hmmm, must be a message from Spirit to keep a lid on the anger.

When she gets home, she spends some time with her kids playing games and teaching them and helping them. When the kids are put to bed, she spends some devotional time to herself reading and meditating.

When she goes to bed and quiets her mind. She surrounds the house, car, and her property with spiritual protection. She may hear a few more messages from Spirit and then goes to sleep to be a positive force in the universe again tomorrow.


Ryan grew up in a Baptist church. Throughout his high school years, he was heavily involved in youth group and leadership group at a Christian Missionary Alliance church. Ryan was pictured in his Junior yearbook with a Bible and a message about studying to be a preacher. Now, Ryan is Pastor/President, Minister, Certified Healer, and Certified Medium through New Sunflower Church. Ryan specializes in clairvoyance and tarot cards.


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