May 17, 2012 at 5:58 pm #68174LetTheLightInParticipant
In February of 2009, my husband Mark passed away unexpectedly due to a heart condition.
Shortly after his death, he communicated with me and explained the reasons behind this sudden passing, and that he chose it to prevent a separate tragedy from happening.
At first, I was unsure whether or not I was actually communicating with Mark, but eventually realized that he was there to advise and comfort me. He helped me realize that there is more to life (and death!) that I previously knew, and he has inspired me to help others open themselves to communication with their lost loved ones, so they might be able to experience the comfort I did in communicating with Mark.
Has anyone else had a similar experience or know someone who has?May 21, 2012 at 1:43 pm #123673Pam BKeymaster
Welcome to FriendsCommunities, you’ve come to the right place indeed. WE have many members who have had the same type of communication as you have. What methods did you use to open up to hear him? Tell us more!!!May 21, 2012 at 3:46 pm #123674LetTheLightInParticipant
@Pam 141544 wrote:
Welcome to FriendsCommunities, you’ve come to the right place indeed. WE have many members who have had the same type of communication as you have. What methods did you use to open up to hear him? Tell us more!!!
The first time it happened I had no idea what was going on. Honestly I was laying in bed screaming in my head “Why!” (Why did he have to die..) when I heard the words, “Do you really want to know.” I didn’t “Do” anything specific. Or, at least at the time I didn’t think I did anything…
However over the last three years I’ve realized that the things I ‘do’ are different. It starts with what I believe and stems out into how I live my life and view the world.
I believe EVERY person has the ability to communicate with a lost loved one. I even wrote some courses teaching people how.
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