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Those who have died usually give us touching and sometimes amazing signs of their survival, very much as if they were sending postcards from the beautiful realities where they now reside. Unfortunately, few of those who are grieving are aware of the kinds of things that the newly dead most often do to prove to us that they have survived, so many of these post-death signs are missed. And if we don't acknowledge what our dead loved ones are doing for us, soon they will shrug and give it up.
In The Fun of Staying in Touch, Roberta Grimes lays out in simple terms how these signs from the dead are delivered, how to spot and acknowledge them, and how to encourage ongoing relationships with people we used to think were dead.
Roberta's book also examines the many ways in which we ourselves can initiate contact with those who have died, some ancient and some on the cutting edge. From scrying and pendulums through self-induced communications and the soul phone, this whole area of exploring ways to stay in touch with those we love holds exciting possibilities that are going to bear fruit later in this century. It is looking ever more likely now that before long those that we used to think were lost will be only a loving phone call away.
©2014, 2016 Roberta Grimes (P)2016 Christine F. Anderson Publishing & Media
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