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Comment by nouse on July 25, 2017 at 10:42pm

i agree with stephanie there is no hell or heaven after Death or spirits or ghosts and science and the large hadron collider proved it. wherever we go its better than this hell we call a life

Comment by JO B on July 17, 2017 at 4:29pm

im find a lot of fethrs fodn 1 or 2 on dorr stp i hav  i no its off my dad

Comment by Nora on July 17, 2017 at 2:28pm

I find this interesting.

Signs from our deceased ones.

Can Our Deceased Loved Ones Still Hear Us? Please read comments also.

Comment by Jesse's Mom on May 11, 2017 at 8:15pm

Thank you for those who have posted on this thread. I am now nearing 4.5 years in my grief journey. I watched this video tonight, and as I near Mother's Day, it is so hard.

May you find some small light in the dark night of the soul. 

It is a testimony of Roland Comtois who had a near death experience and works in the nursing field. 

https://youtu.be/_uLmhEwiTyM?t=36m54s

Comment by B.Windsor on May 10, 2017 at 10:07am

It started out as dreams--or what i thought were dreams--a couple years after my father died.  The dreams were recurrent and really stuck with me, so i did some research into their possible 'meaning'.... and it hit me like a boulder!  (My dad had actually spent a few hours with my (now) ex, since he was my dad and i was the baby girl and all that...i thought they were 'OK' with each other, but after my dad died, things got weird....  Within six months of his passing, my ex's mom demanded he move in with me, so i wouldn't be alone in the house...didn't bother me, since that was where i'd grown up.  But, he wound up moving in, anyway, and we soon realized that at least one of my distant relatives had died there....i never knew it, but for some reason, he kept experiencing something in the night, that was trying to get him to leave.  A year or two later, after we'd moved into a new double-wide on the property we'd just had created for us, the dreams started.)When it used to happen, i pretty much just chalked it up to my need for a parent, at the time.  But, looking back, i know it was my dad who was trying to send me subtle signs of warning to be careful.  It took me another couple of decades before i listened, but i'm glad i finally did.  Even now, my ex is still....trying to control me.  i left in May 2011, and we've been divorced since 26 Aug 2012.  i didn't learn about our daughter's passing until the following day--and he had the gall to tell me that he wasn't even going to let me know she'd died.  So, it really does not bother me, one bit, the times he felt harassed earlier in our marriage, while he slept.

Comment by Stehanie Loughmiller on February 3, 2017 at 3:38pm

I wish that my dad would give me a sign or something physical to let me know he is okay...but truth be told I just don't believe there is anything after this life like heaven or hell....maybe its all just a nice thought, something completely made up to give us hope while here on earth? Not sure.

I believe that our spirits live on somehow....but nobody knows for sure what happens when you die unless you yourself have died and have lived to tell the story (many have)

Now, with all that said I think DMT is a very interesting factor in the death process. If you don't know what DMT is, well, its the most powerful hallucinogen on the planet. Guess where is most commonly found? In fact, DMT is located in the very center of the brains core...only to be released when you die :Hence the drug is often refereed to as "meet your maker". So really, your last moments on earth, you last few breaths...chemicals are being released into your brain and you are tripping balls.

This is my theory, what if you can reach your loved ones through DMT? I would love to find out one day In the not so distant future....as I would love to be able to tell my dad I love him one last time.

Comment by JO B on February 1, 2017 at 4:42pm

1 of my cats lucys toy fell frm my brths car wish im goin 2 put on her grav wen wethr gets bit betr thn it is now it wz lk a sine she aprovs of my 2 new kittys she duz 

Comment by JO B on January 27, 2017 at 5:02pm
Comment by joanne on January 20, 2017 at 12:14pm

Hi jo b, I had many dreams since my Andy died and I can now distinguish between just dreams and the more vivid dreams , they feel real in a way thats hard to describe,  I like to think that Andy is visiting me through these dreams, that somehow hes still out there, maybe I'm crazy, who knows, but I'm glad you saw your dad and I hope it gave you a moment of happiness xxx

Comment by JO B on January 20, 2017 at 8:38am

had a nap saw my dad for a bot min but flt so real it did but iihe lookt grt not ill no mor evn full of engyy he wz mor engy thn iv got shud sal all of us on hear mor engy its kj iv loss all my engy u cud say

 

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