I think I met my spirit guide tonight. could she be someone who existed before?


So I just did a “meet your spirit guide” meditation for the second time ever. The first time, a couple months ago, it wasn’t working. But I tried it again tonight, and I met someone there. At first, it was strange, I was only seeing a mouth and a nose, full of joy, and a scrunched up nose in laughter. Then finally, I saw eyes, then hair. It was almost like I was building a person but really quickly, not even thinking about it, just features appearing as if they were masked by glimmer and light before.

I then spent some time with her. I asked her her name, and she immediately said Leah. I didn’t know if that was me making it up, but it was so immediate. She then, right after, told me she got me a flower. It was a violet. I’m not sure why, but I almost cried. We had such beautiful conversations, about how she saw beauty in the grass, trees, flowers, water, stars, and she said that I was all of those things. She then held me while I almost cried (why did I not cry?) and then my head started spinning (I think in a good way, maybe I was a bit overwhelmed?), and she called me her kaleidoscope girl. She felt very real. Something is telling me she’s 19, and that she was homeschooled. Those qualities entered my head right after the meditation. She appeared to me in a dusty rose shift dress. I asked her if I would see her again. She then threw some grass in the air, smiled and laughed, and said “of course”.

I feel very comforted, and I’m in awe of specific my vision was. do we think this could be my spirit guide/possibly a real person who is no longer alive? I’m very new to this and I’d love to hear opinions.

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