Melissa Hevenor
Sunday January 26 , 2020
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Soul Families - Beyond Space and Time

Soul families are those individuals who you feel a connection with beyond anything comprehensible to the logical mind. It is not uncommon for us to have a soul connection with individuals who are in our actual family in this lifetime, although when a younger brother, for example, takes the initiative and watches over you, often more like a father figure, it could be that, in a past life, the spirit of that brother, was, indeed, your father or husband.There are always spiritual fingerprints left over from past life soul connections in your present lifetime. I am very blessed in this lifetime, because I have been able to connect with, and love, many individuals who I know are a part of my soul family. the interesting thing about the soul family is that sometimes, individuals that we obviously are extremely close to in a past life, can end up thousands of miles away in the present life, and somehow, against all odds, we are united, despite the geographical distance. For example, one of my dearest friends grew up in Chicago and is a year older than I am. We ended up on the same cruise ship and within a week of spending every dinner together on the ship, this friend knew that she wanted to move to Florida and help me manage my career as a psychic/medium and the rest is history, as they say. There is one person who is definitely the link to many of my soul family connections in this lifetime. But, before I get to her, I have to acknowledge that family is not always defined by blood. My sister, Leanne, who is one of my only blood living relatives, will always have a special place in my heart, and no one can ever replace her or understand the bond that  we have, after enduring a remarkable childhood-remarkable in terms of positive and negative experiences. Then, I have an “adoptive” family, who were generous enough to accept me as their own, at a time when I felt like I had lost all stability I had ever had in my life, and I would not have been able to continue in school

and thrive as the happy, spiritual person that I am, without the emotional support of the Maroms. I know, in a past life, their youngest daughter, Noah, was indeed my child and my blood sister, because, literally moments after meeting her, I felt familiar and safe, and protective over her. We bonded very quickly, and took care of each other all through college and she served as the gateway to help me become a part of her family. Now, because of Noah, I have a niece who means the world to me, and I got to be present the night that she came into the  world. My sister, Noa, is another person that was born in another country (in Israel,) and now I indeed feel Israeli through association. Her parents also felt very natural to call “Imma” and “Abba,” meaning Mom and Dad, so given the geographical distance, we still found a way to connect in this lifetime.

Back to the person who has served as a major link to many in my soul group, that person is Lisa Williams. years ago, I was struggling with  the fact that I was brought up as a Christian , and I had the ability to speak to those who had passed and the Maroms, are, of course, Jewish, but they always respected that I had grown up in a Christian household as a child, never expecting me to compromise my beliefs. Therefore, as I sat in church, during my college years and heard the pastor talking about how mediumship was evil, I was brought to tears until a friend of mine said, “Don’t cry. There is a show you must watch.” That show was called “Life among the Dead” and there was an amazing medium named Lisa Williams, giving the most beautiful, heartfelt readings I had ever seen. As soon as I saw her, I felt understood, and I felt like I knew her. months later, a friend got me tickets to one of her live shows. There were so many people waiting to see her and as I approached her, before I really said too much, she leaned over, gave me the longest embrace, and said, “You’re like me. You’re a witchy-woo.’” I couldn’t believe that she knew that merely by looking at me. Not only did I feel understood, but she helped me understand that this was part of my path, and slowly encouraged me to start charging for my readings, which was first paid for with cups of coffee (LOL).Before long, she said, “Melissa, it’s time to start charging money!” And,  once again, the rest is history.

In between her support of my gift, we developed this amazing sisterhood. she’s definitely Ike a best friend, a mentor, a sister, and at times, like a mother, all wrapped up in one person. Amazingly, by getting my name out there, she connected me to people in New York, Texas, New Jersey, all over the US and Australia that I am extremely close to. That’s why she serves as a link to much of my soul family.

I was blessed to have a slumber party with her this past weekend. As is usual, there was very little sleeping, lots of girl talk, laughter, even tears of understanding and love for each other. People often ask me if it’s difficult because she and I work in the same field. But, really, that doesn’t matter, even if your gifts are similar ,everyone has something different to offer and there’s enough people in  Spirit to go around. First and foremost, our friendship comes before anything career-based. I will always put my  support, love and trust for her and with her, above all else. This, again, comes from, I believe, a past life connection that she and I have, and one of my spiritual teachers confirmed that in a past life she has been my mother and, in another life, I was hers. That spiritual connection far surpasses any healthy competition that could exist in this lifetime. We shared matching pajamas, matching phone cases, exchanged gifts and English chocolate. Nothing’s better than that, and you are never too old for a slumber party! For years and years to come and beyond, I hope our friendship will leave a legacy, serving as a testimony for the power of soul family, to defy space and time. And a key ingredient, for any soul family relationship is creating priceless memories, which is, indeed, what we did this weekend, leaving me happy,  peaceful and inspired. I wrote this blog because several people have asked me about how she and I met, or what “soul family” is, so I kind of combined the answers to both. don’t ever mss the opportunity to develop friendships that transform into family because you undermine or doubt your initial feelings or familiarity with someone. When I first met Noa, if I had brushed off the connection that I felt with her, I would have missed the blessings of a family unit like I had never experienced before, and thanks to that experience, when I met Becky on a boat, I trusted that connection, and I have the greatest support team, friend and manager you could ask for because of that, and, finally, if I had told myself that I was crazy and there was no way that a TV star from the UK could possibly feel familiar to me, than I would have missed out on: embracing my soul purpose as soon as I did publicly, having dreams come true, and, most importantly, the greatest soul sister someone could ask for. I have other soul sisters that are included in this group, that are equally as important and vital to my spiritual growth and life, but I couldn’t discuss all of them or I’d be writing until next week. I hope you enjoyed this window into my understanding of soul family and my personal experience making the connections.


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