Several years ago, I owned a cafe in a country town in Australia. I became friends with many of the regular customers, often spending some time having coffee with them and talking, under the shade of the wisteria-covered pergola.
Some of these conversations would lead to psychic, spiritual and reincarnation matters and we would often exchange details of our experiences.
Over the years, I have had many personal signs and reinforcements from the other side, but this time I was privileged to be given the opportunity to witness a profound event relating to a particular friend.
She had previously spoken to me of one of her children, who very sadly, had been riding a bicycle when he had fallen off, suffering fatal injuries to his head. She had told me that if he had been wearing a helmet it was likely that he would have been saved. This accident had happened many years beforehand, but understandably it was still very upsetting to my friend and her family.
On this occasion, one of her grown-up children had been visiting her, together with a newly-born grandson. My friend was proudly carrying this little boy when she came for coffee, he was a lovely happy baby, bearing a big smile as he gazed up at his grandmother.
My business was located next to a busy road, mainly used by tourists to the area. As this baby had his eyes fixed on my friend's face, with a knowing look, she exclaimed that she was certain he was the reincarnation of her son who had been lost in the bicycle accident. At that exact moment, a police highway patrol vehicle screeched to a halt, to give a warning to a young boy who was riding a bicycle without a helmet!
Both of us immediately realized the significance of this event and looked at each other in awe! We both recognized it as being confirmation of the words she had just spoken. In all my years in that location, a police car had rarely stopped there and certainly never involving a child riding a bicycle!
I have unfortunately lost contact with that particular friend, after I moved away, however even thinking of the story always gives me goose bumps!