What Did They Do To You?

(Note: The Speaker is a female entity who is assisting me with gathering information and helping the deceased children who still hold their trauma)


Sitting in my loft while Bethany and Robert were watching football downstairs, I sensed the Speaker come in and she also had a little girl with her.

“She needs assistance. She was taken from her family and she knows not love.”

“Her family didn’t love her?” I asked.

“No. She was experimented upon from age four to eight-years-old. There was much torture in her life. There was abuse before that at home. Mostly mental and verbal. All she knows is pain.”

“Can you tell me what the experiments were?”

(the details of the experiments will be in the book, Silent Whispers)

It sounds like this occurred in the 1980’s…for her at least.

“You can trust me,” I said to the girl.

She was visibly shaking and was scared to come too close to me.

“It’s ok, she can help you,” the Speaker told the girl and gently nudged her a little closer.

The girl began crying and said, “I’m scared. I don’t want to go home.”

“You don’t have to go home,” I said.

She was holding her stomach in pain.

I looked at the Speaker, confused by this.

“She can feel the pain in the stomach area,” the Speaker said.

“How do I help her? She seems to trust you more than me.”

“She needs to know compassion from more than one.”

As I offered compassion for her our dog, Lacey, decided she wanted love too and came to nudge my hand for petting. This seemed to help ease the girl’s fear.

“She will listen,” the Speaker said this to me as I promised to continue offering her compassion.

The Speaker left and eventually the little girl left too. I wasn’t sure, at the time, if she left to move on or left to a different area of the house. If she remained in our home, I would probably figure it out soon enough.


About Tami Urbanek

Tami works with people across the United States and Europe as a medium/clairvoyant connecting people with their spirit guides. She also works as a Life Energy Flow Tai Yi practitioner. As a former school teacher, Tami enjoys coaching/teaching others in areas that she has healed within herself, such as fear, self-judgment, and lack of passion. Tami is the vice president of the Universal Education Foundation, a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) and she is working with another board member to create and implement a bullying recovery program for adolescents.

Posted on February 4, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Powerful. So sad that children are hurt this way… and yes, compassion is needed to help these victims of abuse.

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  2. Thank you! I wasn’t sure the impact it would have without the details that I’m saving for the book. So I appreciate your comment!


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