Famed Soul & Spirit columnist Sally Morgan takes her show to Brighton, where there’s an abundance of messages to be heard…
How was Brighton’s show for you?
I absolutely love Brighton − there is always such an amazing crowd. I’m able to pass on messages by harnessing the energy from the individual, and as I could already feel the energy from the side of the stage, I just knew the night was going to be a good one, as the spirits were already lining up.
Were there any members of the audience that you were drawn to?
As I was standing waiting to go on, I was shown a scene in my head of lots of cactus plants, and I was also given the name ‘Bunny’. So the first message I gave was exactly that. I knew that it was a male spirit that was showing me all of these cactus plants, and he said ‘Bunny!’ A lady stood to take the message, and told me that her grandfather used to collect cactus plants, and that he kept them on his windowsill. She also confirmed that her sister had a bunny, and that she would never stop talking about it to him, so the bunny made complete sense to her. He then gives me the name Philip, and the woman confirms that Philip is her grandfather’s nephew who was like a son to him. He tells me that she needs to keep an eye on him. Then he asks for Lin. The woman in the audience is able to confirm that Lin is her mum, and then he says the name Lauren. ‘Yes’, the lady confirms, and that she’s called Lauren. Just as I’m about to pull away from the message, he asks who has his cactus, to which Lauren confirms that she does, and that she’ll look after them for him. It was a lovely message which was able to give the family validation that their beloved grandfather is still with them.
What else stayed with you from the Brighton show?
I had a lovely man on stage who gave me his age, saying he was 32 years old. He was a kind man with Down’s Syndrome and said, “I was calling out, didn’t you hear me calling?” He told me he had an operation and three days later, he passed. A lady stood to take the message and confirmed that this was her brother, and that he would always call out for his mum. He told me that he was put to sleep for an operation and woke up − he thought he was going to have another operation, but instead he passed. The woman confirmed this, and said he had an operation, and did indeed sadly pass three days later. He showed me his neck and that he could feel the ‘thump, thump, thump’ in his neck. She acknowledged that he was fitted with a pacemaker of sorts, and that he had something in his neck for this and would have felt the beat of his heart in his neck. He also showed me a bag of what I thought was Lego and said that he loved to carry his Lego bricks around in a bag. He gave me the name Paul, and told me how he liked to share his Lego with Paul. The woman confirmed that he carried his toys around in a bag and would have shared them with his friends. He told me that he wanted his toys with him in his casket, and the woman from the audience confirmed that they put his musical books in his casket with him. The man’s spirit just wanted them to know how much he loved his family. He had such a gentle passing that he thought he was going to sleep, which he did − he simply went to sleep, and had passed away. I hope it was a comfort to this family that he was still with them, was safe and at peace in the spirit world.