When Laura happens onto an after-death communication gathering, through a psychic medium, Laura’s father attempts to claim his mistakes and begs her forgiveness.
“My dad took his life 8 years ago. When he was living, we did not have much of a relationship. He was a mean alcoholic and a son of a bitch. He was an OBGYN as well. I survived a lot of trauma from him through my years; physical and mental abuse.”
“As I grew up and moved away, I really didn’t have much to do with him. I always, though, had a feeling I was molested somehow or that he “did” something to me. But, because I had no memory of it, I could not be sure.”
“At age 48, I went to a ADC gathering with a very powerful medium, named Celena. At this gathering, as she got to me, she gave me a lot of great guidance from my angels/guides. But then she said that my dad needed to say something. I told her “no.” And then my grandmother came through (my dad’s mom), and I asked her to tell me. She said, “It is not to be said in this room of people.” Yikes! I thought!”Continue reading →
Experiencing life as agnostic, Rob’s views begin to change when he receives one after-death communication after another, leaving him more of a believer in the afterlife.
“I was raised by a single parent, my mom, who was a very spiritual and religious woman (Roman Catholic). I am writing this because I lost my mom, December 20, 2015, and begged for a sign… which I got!”
“As a child, my religious background was Roman Catholic. When I was 16 years-old, my views changed to agnostic. That being said, let me share a few of my experiences with the dead.” Continue reading →
In this after-death communication dream, Ali finds himself, out of body, and in an old familiar house, where he finds his mother there waiting for him.
“My mom passed away in July of 2015, at the age of 83. I woke up this morning to do something and then fell back to sleep. I dreamed that I was in a church with lots of people there. Then all of a sudden, I began to notice they were starting to leave in the middle of a sermon. I followed them outside and noticed I was in my old neighborhood. I started to walk to the old house we used to live in and noticed the back door was unlocked. I walked in, and heard my mother calling my name. As I turned to look, she walked in the room dressed in white. So happy to see her, I started to cry and wrapped her in my arms while holding her tightly. I said, “Mom. How could this be? You died.” She looked surprised and said to me, “Son, when did I die?” “You died on July 23, 2015!” I said with certainty. “No, son, I’m alive!” It was then I woke up. She looked very healthy. Her hair and her clothing were pure white; a white I have never seen before.” Continue reading →
“I didn’t see that coming” is a common phrase said by someone who has been completely blind-sided by the unexpected, in this case, the unanticipated loss of something cherished. It is the mental, psychological and emotional energy created from this loss that forcefully thrusts us into a tailspin of thoughts and emotions we would rather not think and feel!
As humans, we operate as though life is predicable, never thinking that at any moment there could be a huge interruption in it that informs us otherwise. But, what’s really so is this; life is made up of a series of many random events that we have very little conscious control over. Sometimes we go for long periods of time without one unpleasant experience, then… something happens… and maybe we experience a long string of them. Continue reading →