You can use any glass or cup, but make sure it's empty first!
Once upon a time something got lost. It could be any item in your home, or in any perimeter that is enclosed somehow. The last time my beloved mother used this mysterious magic she was in a store. She was a customer looking to purchase an article of jewelry. I’m not actually sure that she bought anything that day, though I know with complete certainty that this occurred in the last five months of her life.
On this auspicious day, the owner of this jewelry establishment appeared upset. Anne, being the kind soul she was, immediately offered help. “Is there something wrong?" she asked. The woman responded that she’d lost a large sum of money. Anne was quick to respond with, “Do you have a glass?” While the owner appeared very confused by this request, she was desperate to try anything that might guide her to her apparent loss. At this point, my mother told the skeptical woman to turn the glass over and place it on the corner of a table that had been slightly moved prior, while envisioning her lost money.
The woman, though incredulous, followed the instructions perfectly. She found her glass, brought it over to the corner of a table, moved it slightly and then turned the upright glass over onto the moved corner, while visualizing her lost item. The last instruction my mother gave her was to stop looking for the lost money immediately’ to actually put the anxiety out of her mind and to get on with her day in complete faith of this method.
My mother admitted to me that she knew the proprietor of the store thought she was completely nuts, but my mother didn’t care much about that. She flashed me one of her fabulous smiles that often made me feel she knew way more than she ever let on about the metaphysical. She went on to say that the woman excused herself for a moment, stating she had to go upstairs. Within minutes she came back down with a huge grin on her face and the lost check in her hand. She appeared utterly amazed and happily mystified by what had occurred.
I’ve used this method on many occasions, most impressively finding my contact lens in a thick carpet. I recall losing it and then hopelessly looking before I went to get a glass to turn over. I’ve always marveled at this particular find, and ever since I first tried it, it’s worked. By the way, you can use any type of cup and it doesn’t need to be glass.
Recently, I thought I had lost something. Just as I recalled the method to myself and how I was going to get the glass—a step I never even got to—presto, there it was!
If you’ve lost an object, you might just love this mysterious way of finding it without actually looking for it. Allow divinity to find it for you. If you're looking to understand this magical “lost and found” method further, or you have any questions, please call me. It’s my pleasure and honor to help you!
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