Veenu Sandal, tarot reader, was introduced to this world by her father, who was often summoned by people after they suddenly sighted a deceased family member in their midst.
Veenu claims there are various kinds of spirits and “Some are still attached to the people and the world they left behind and are suffering.”
“Veenu casually mentions one such ‘lady’ she takes care of, on her late father’s behalf. A not so pleasant lady, her family was glad to see the end of her… But, ‘Ammaji’ wasn’t done yet. She often overturned their beds or chopped someone’s hair for an act of indiscipline with scissors that appeared out of thin air.
“There are times when visitors ask me if I have a grandmother staying with me, and I can tell that they’ve caught a glimpse of Ammaji and her white malmal dupatta,” says Veenu. A much tamer version of Ammaji often travels with Veenu and is content for now. She once even transported Veenu and two others to a level that exists beyond.
Veenu recalls, “It’s a world I can’t describe. The fruits are so colourful. There are people… and back as suddenly as they were gone.
While Veenu has seen spirits in various forms – a divine goddess who appeared in a blaze of light and danced in a temple courtyard or a young diabetic woman who emerged in her home for a taste of sugary barfi – spiritual healer Rudrabhayananda sees them everywhere. He describes them as glowing lights, less than two inches high. It’s like having a rainbow in your room, he explains. He adds, “The spirit world follows a set of rules. You don’t disturb them and they don’t disturb you. We are spirits too, only our bodies are visible due to the refraction of light. The communication happens on an intuitive level.”
Veenu says, “I lost all fear of death. I could sense a strong energy in the air. For me, spirits are just people without bodies.” Their presence also makes her feel touched by divinity and ‘protected’.
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