Gemma125 wrote:I think his uneasiness is due to lack of acceptance. I can't make that happen for him so I'm just trying to give him all the support and knowledge I have.
Yes, a sense of community does
help a lot. It might help him if he didn't focus on who doesn't understand and accept him, but to focus instead on meeting new people who will. There are others, he just has to get out there and meet them. As far as the Amish family and the masked figure, at any given moment there are all kinds
of beings around us. This planet, and this 3D plane isn't just "our space." We co-exist with others here. Some of us can see the others, some of us can't (but have strengths in other areas). Either way, we co-exist with them.
Your husband might really enjoy visiting a local Spiritualist Church. Just Google it to find a location --and no, there's no Jesus preached there (I think they have to say "church" for tax status purposes). Spiritualism is a platform for expressing mediumship, I would say. Everybody there has some kind of "ability," but most of them are mediums like your husband. Some churches have excellent mediumship development classes, which would help your husband learn how to control his ability and not get freaked out by it.
Also, try visiting a nearby metaphysical store, you know one of those woo-woo New Age deals that you've always driven past and made a point not to
go into (haha, OK maybe that was just me
at one time, until I realized I too was "one of those people." Oops. lol). Maybe he'll strike up some great conversations with like-minded souls going through the same thing, or he could take a psychic development class or two, etc. And they have neat "energy items" to look at --crystals, pendulums, etc. They usually have books there, so maybe he'll find a book on a subject that really pertains to his abilities and "speaks" to him.
Most of all, it's just great he has you with him to understand, validate
and support his experiences and development. That
is his most important community of all.