A law of physics states that energy can’t be created or destroyed — it merely changes form.
In my experience, this applies to the energy we call life, too. Since I was a youngster growing up in a circa 1750s Pennsylvania farmhouse, I’ve heard, felt and seen people in the spirit world who didn’t cease to exist when they died — they just changed form.
There was even a particular incident when I was around 9 where I woke up in the middle of a steamy, humid Pennsylvania summer night to see a woman in white standing by my bed. My first impulse was to scream, and my parents were in my room in a matter of seconds.
By that time, the apparition had disappeared, and mom and dad told me I’d imagined it — it was all a dream. But as dad was leaving my room, he turned around and said, “Man, it’s really cold in here.” Just like in the movie “The Sixth Sense,” this entity had taken thermal energy from my room and transformed it so she could manifest. She didn’t want to frighten me; she just wanted to connect.
Since that night decades ago, I’ve had many contacts with the other side, and even visited it myself during a near-death experience from a brain aneurysm in 1989. What I’ve learned is that as spiritual beings having a human experience, we too frequently get weighed down with denser vibrational energies — fear, anger, guilt, shame, worry. Basically, anything not coming from a vibration of love.
When we shed our physical form and ‘die,’ the general rule of thumb is we also shed those denser, heavier emotions for feelings of compassion, joy and love to literally become beings of light.
We grieve when loved ones die, and the sorrow is at the heavier end of the energy spectrum. The loved one who just left wants to connect with us, to let us know they’re fine, but as they’ve become “lighter” energetically, our grief makes us “denser.” The gap between us can be too wide for a connection to be possible.
That’s why the first step to being able to connect with loved ones in spirit is to consciously choose to focus on the happy memories and the love you shared. Just transforming your grief into hope — hope that they’re fine, hope you’ll be able to reconnect soon and hope that they still feel your love — will significantly raise your energy, and make that connection happen so much sooner.
Start looking for the little “coincidences” that let you know they’re near — things like flickering lights, a TV switching channels, butterflies or birds flying close to you, a familiar aroma suddenly wafting into the room. You can also invite them to visit you in your dreams.
I was “told” in an intuitive flash back last year it’s time to start teaching others how to connect with loved ones in spirit, and I’ve been teaching “SpiritTalk: Break on Through to the Other Side” (love you, Jim Morrison!) ever since. If you’re ready to make that link, please join us, or email me for a private session at info@PSIStudies.com.
It’s definitely time to dissolve that barrier between realms, and know, as a sweet woman on the other side told me, “Love means never having to say you’re leaving.”