Have you ever wondered if, following death, people you know—or don’t know—are hanging around, nosily following your life? Do dead people, as one best-selling author once asked, watch us shower?
Several psychic mediums I’ve interviewed suggest that the answer may be yes. They add that when our loved ones die, they continue to have an avid interest in what’s going on in our lives.
Apparently, most of us, without realizing it, are being watched over by our own loving, nosy entourage of dead relatives and friends. Even though we might sometimes feel alone, that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
The Psychic Bystander book series contains stories of departed loved ones attending weddings and birthday parties, a businessman who paid a debt after he died, one man whose deceased father tried to stop him from committing suicide, and a dying mother who appeared to her daughter miles away to urge her to jump on a train to visit her deathbed before she passed.
The more than 100 stories in each book pull back the curtain on the hidden world around us, revealing that our departed loved ones may whisper encouragement and suggestions in our ears. They may be there to share our victories and our sorrows, and may even warn us about accidents, illnesses and people to avoid if we’re tuned in enough to listen.
It’s not uncommon for children to see and communicate with departed grandparents. In some cases, they may have doting grandmas and grandpas who died before they were even born. Both books have stories of children’s invisible friends who turned out to be tangible and benevolent.
Many people find it comforting to know that their departed loved ones continue to be an invisible support in their lives. To learn more, pick up a copy of Loitering at the Gate to Eternity, and its award-winning sequel, Sightseeing in the Undiscovered Country, available online or at a bookstore near you. They just may change the way you look at the world around you!
If you would like to leave a comment, please go to my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/louisa.oakleygreen