Posts tagged "death"
Carole said her name was Janeen. She was a single professional with Church ties, and always cheerful to people in the condo building – in contrast to most who look down at their shoes or their mail while passing each other. When she heard Carole’s parents were ailing, Janeen volunteered to accompany her on the... Read more »
Elizabeth Kubler Ross did breakthrough work on death and dying. Raymond Moody, M.D., was among the first to talk about research in the area of Near Death Experiences.(NDE) and the evidence for “life after life.” Stories about the experience of being dead and coming back to life come from people of all races, ages, religion beliefs,... Read more »
When my uncle died of a massive heart attack while driving this past weekend, one of his sons, who was in the passenger seat, said it was as if someone helped him put his foot on the brake and steer the car to safely at the side of the road. John said that all at... Read more »
The Holidays are a time when good cheer, big crowds and lots of emotions are swirling around us. That is not the best environment for sensitive teens (or even sensitive adults). Lately I have had the wondrous experience of working directly with teens – from 14-19 years old on their intuitive gifts. Some teens can... Read more »
Mediums come in all shapes, sizes, and missions. Some work with police to find missing persons,or assist in crime and justice because their intuitive information comes in the form of specific physical objects, places, and people. Others work with ghosts and their mission is to “cross them over” into the Light, as ably illustrated by... Read more »
What if everything we experience in our lives on the outside are meant to be clues to help us progress in understanding, compassion and wholeness on the inside? In other words, everything that looks and feels real to our five senses are merely symbols, meant to lead us to a more “real,” inner world. After all,... Read more »
Tina’s grandmother, Mary, was an elegant, competent, determined woman. She was pioneering in her work in the 1940s as a traffic court reporter and a ward committeewoman for an alderman in Chicago. When Mary was in her final hours, Tina observed all of Mary’s children, grandchildren and great grandchildren standing around, soothing and caring for Mary at... Read more »