After-Death Communication Heals Grief

This post covers the awesome and amazing topic of After-Death Communication known as (ADC). The most frequent question I get is “Can I communicate with my deceased loved ones?” The answer is a solid YES. If you are open to the Spirit World, not only is it possible, it is likely that you will have a Spirit touch and visit from your loved ones.

After-death spirit communication is different for everyone. Some communication occurs through dreams and some throughout waking daily life. It’s important to mentally send your request and let your loved ones know you want to hear from them. You can do tell them out loud or through your mind. You might feel a little crazy at first but rest assured you they hear you.

I’ve had many Spirit visits in my dreams over the years. For me, they are different than regular dreams. When I have them, I can feel my deceased loved one is with me more clearly. They usually have a lighted energy with them and I wake up feeling I’m had an in actual in person visit together.

Dreams are not the only form of after-death communication. They also connect with us during our waking hours. I like a good night’s sleep so I prefer to communicate with my loved ones during my waking hours.

Waking communication is similar to sleep state after death communications. Asking your loved ones through your mind or verbally speaking is still the first step. Non-verbal communication from your loved ones in a waking state is just as profound as those in dreams.  They can communicate better with us when we are relaxed, open, and receptive. That’s why so many people experience after death communication while in meditative state or asleep.

It takes two people to have a conversation. Sending your thoughts and words like “I really need to see you in my dreams” or “I need to know that you are okay” are the best ways to start the connection.

Asking is the first step in starting the new and improved connection. You can ask your deceased loved one to come and visit you during your sleeping period. When making your request, ask sincerely, from your heart, in a quiet manner or prayer. One strategy I’ve taught my clients and students to take these steps before bed to connect with your loved one:

  • In a relaxed state, right before sleep, imagine loved one with you.
  • See him or her as healed and whole.
  • Imagine his or her face smiling brilliantly and occupied with love for you.
  • Say, “I love you!” with a radiant smile on your face.
  • Ask your loved one to come visit while you are sleeping
  • Relax and go to sleep

I’ve worked giving readings, teachings and meditation for more than 10 years now. I’ve focused so much on honing my gifts of Spirit communication for others.

My mom passed last year and I’ve had the opportunity to use my abilities for personal reasons. I’m sure glad I can. After-death communication with my mom has comforted me while going the emotional roller coaster of grief.

Do not let depression, grief and loneliness take the better part of you, talk to your loved ones who have gone. Staying in a state of grief, anger, guilt or regret cannot bring back your deceased loved ones. God knows, I speak the truth in this. I held on to anger too long after my dad passed. I felt connected to him even while I was mad him for leaving me. Knowing that I could communicate with him after his passing was a life changer for me. After-death communication is open to everyone. Having a little faith in yourself and in the Spirit World is all you need to get started.

Your loved ones in Spirit want to help you through your time of grief.

Have you been thinking about your loved ones and how to connect with them after they are gone?

After-death communication changed my life in so many ways and I wish the same for you.

If you are open to the healing power of the Spirit World, your life will take on new meaning and purpose.