- I had a client who wanted to talk to her daughter who had died 10 years previously. It took a while to make contact with her and when we finally did, the daughter was definitely annoyed. “What do you want? That was a long time ago.”
- I helped a different woman whose uncle had been dead only a couple months. When we contacted him, he was very excited about the experiences he was having and was very busy in his process. But he was also pleased that his niece was checking up on him, so without stopping what he was doing, he looked in our direction and gave us a wave and a huge smile. It was like, “Don’t have time to chat, but thanks for coming by!” He was having too much fun to stop!
- I contacted my father a year after he died. He didn't have much to say but still it was almost like talking to him before he died because he “felt” like the same person. But I contacted him again 2 years later and he was cold and indifferent; he was like a total stranger except that he knew who I was.
- The “saying goodbye” part is pretty much what it sounds like. You spend a short while visiting people and/or places you knew in your life, getting closure before leaving that life behind.
- “Reviewing your life” is also what it sounds like. You look back at every single thing you did in your life, and judge or grade yourself on how you did.
- “Getting ready for the next life” is a very long, complex, drawn-out process. Your focus at this time is on planning your next life, and the more your planning progresses, the less interest you have in the life and people you've left behind.
- They’re lost or confused or afraid. Sometimes, for various reasons, people get confused or afraid during the dying process and they just can’t see or hear the beings that are there to help them. I have worked with clients whose deceased friend or relative was in a state like this, and we were able to help them move on into their appropriate after-death process.
If you have a desire or a need to contact someone who has died, or if you just want more info, please feel free to contact me.