6 Areas of Evidence of Life After Death and Proof of the Afterlife

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Evidence of life after death and proof of the afterlife

I’m going to give you the evidence that will prove to you beyond a reasonable doubt that you will live on happy and healthy after your body dies. I’m Dr. R. Craig Hogan, president of the Afterlife Research and Education Institute, author, co-author, or editor of 10 books containing the evidence we are spiritual beings who live on after we’ve left our bodies behind. I’m going to provide you with evidence from six areas of afterlife study that prove beyond a reasonable doubt you will never die.

The video of the six areas of proof with recordings of people in the afterlife speaking follows. A transcript of the video follows the controls.

You can support this effort to give people the truth about the reality of the afterlife with your $6 contribution.

Proof of the Afterlife 1: Recording Voices of People Living in the Afterlife: EVP or ITC

The first area is use of technology to provide recorded evidence of the life after this life. People are now recording the voices of loved ones in the afterlife through electronic voice phenomena or EVP. It’s also called instrumental transcommunication or ITC. In 2001, Sonia Rinaldi, a researcher in Brazil, began recording the voices of children whose bodies had died to give to their parents. The parents were overjoyed. You can listen to children speaking to their parents in verified recordings at https://afterlifeinstitute.org/itc-evp/

Proof of the Afterlife 2: Dead People Materialize and Speak to People Still on Earth

People who have died often appear and speak with loved ones still on earth. We have testimonies from highly regarded psychiatrists, professors, and even a bible translator that dead people appeared to them and spoke to them. Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, the Swiss-American psychiatrist who was an expert on death and dying, was listed as one of the hundred most important thinkers of the century by Time Magazine in 1999. She was included in the list of the foremost women of the 20th century. She described a visit from a patient of hers named Mrs. Schwartz, who had been dead for two years. This is what Dr. Kubler-Ross wrote.
I was at a crossroad. I felt I needed to give up my work with dying patients. That day I was determined to give notice and leave the hospital and the University of Chicago. It wasn’t an easy decision. Because I really love my patients. I walked out of my last seminar on death and dying towards the elevator. At that moment a woman walked towards me. She had an incredible smile on her face. Like she knew every thought I had. She said, Dr. Ross, I’m only going to take two minutes of your time. If you don’t mind, I’ll walk you down to your office. It was the longest walk I have ever taken in my life. One part of me knew this was Mrs. Schwartz, a patient of mine who had died and been buried almost a year ago. But I’m a scientist. And I don’t believe in ghosts and spooks. I did the most incredible reality testing I’ve ever done. I tried to touch her. Because she looked kind of transparent, in a waxy way. Not that you could see furniture behind her. But not quite real either. I know I touched her. And she had feeling to her. We came to my office and she opened the door. We went inside, and she said. I had to come back, for two reasons. Number one, I wanted to thank you and Reverend Smith once more for what you have done for me. But the real reason why I had to come back is to tell you not to give up your work on death and dying. Not yet. I realized consciously that maybe indeed this was Mrs. Schwartz. But I thought nobody would ever believe me if I told this to anybody. They really would think I had flipped. So my scientist in me very shrewdly looked at her and said. You know Reverend Smith would be thrilled if he would have a note from you. Would you terribly mind? You understand that the scientist in me needed proof. I needed a sheet of paper with anything written in her handwriting. And hopefully, her signature. This woman knew my thoughts and knew I had no intention to ever give her note to Reverend Smith. However, she took a piece of paper and wrote a message and signed it with her name. Then, with the biggest smile of love and compassion and understanding, she said to me. Are you satisfied now? Once more, she said. You cannot give up your work on death and dying. Not yet. The time is not right. We will help you. You will know when the time is right. Do you promise? The last thing I said to her was. I promise. And with that, she walked out. No sooner was the door closed, I had to go and see if she was real. I opened the door. And there was not a soul in that long hallway.
Mrs. Schwartz was alive, healthy, and articulate. She appeared in a body Dr. Kubler-Ross recognized immediately. Mrs. Schwartz did not die when her body died. At SeekReality.com, you can read about and listen to verified descriptions of more such visits given by psychiatrist and physician Dr. Raymond Moody of his extended conversation with his dead grandmother and Bible translator J .B. Phillips‘ conversation with the deceased author of the Chronicles of Narnia, C .S. Lewis.

Proof of the Afterlife 3: People Talk with the Dead in Materialization Seances

People whose bodies are dead come through in seances talking to loved ones sitting in the room. In a seance by the medium David Thompson, a man who had died several months before, came into the room and spoke to his love, Sarah, sitting in the room. Sarah knew it was her love, Nick, who had died months before. Nick’s body had died, but he did not die. We all live on after the body dies. Your can listen to the séance at https://afterlifeinstitute.org/sarah-nick/. This is the transcript:

Nick: Can you hear me?

All: Yes we can hear you. You’re OK. Yes, you’re OK, You’re fine

Nick: Oh my God. I’m a bit frightened of this.

All: It’s all right. You’re OK. You’re amongst friends. You’re OK. Just remain calm. Just relax. It’s OK.

Keith: It’s just a bit strange.

Nick: You’re right. It is strange.

All: It is strange. But it’s all right.

Keith: Take a moment to adjust.

Nick: Never thought I’d do this.

Wendy: It’s wonderful that you have.

Keith: Can you tell us who you are?

Nick: My name’s Nick

All: It’s Nick. Hello Nick. Hi Nick.

Sarah: Baby.

Nick: I can’t. Sarah, I want to see Sarah

All: You’re here to see Sarah

Sarah: Darling I’m here.

Rosheen: Sarah, speak up to him

Sarah: Nick . . .

Nick: Can you hear me?

Sarah: Yeah I can Darling. I love you baby. I love you so much.

Nick: I love you too.

Sarah: Don’t ever leave me OK. I know you’re with me.

Nick: I spend as much time with you as I can. I’m always gonna be there.

Sarah: OK my baby, just stay close. I love you so much and you know how grateful I am to you for doing this.

Nick: You know something, all those things that you’ve bought?

Sarah: Yeah.

Nick: At the cottage, they’re just lost. They’re lost.

Sarah: Yeah?

Nick: Don’t worry about them.

Sarah: Really?

Nick: I knew you was there. I knew you was there.

Sarah: Did you Darling? I do, I just, was I enough for you? I just . . .

Nick: Listen to me, listen to me. We haven’t got long. Listen to me.

Sarah: OK my baby.

Nick: Always remember . . .

Sarah: Yeah?

Nick: I love you with all my heart.

Sarah: OK.

Nick: I told you that just before I left you.

Sarah: I know.

Nick: I’ll always be with you. I’ll always be with you.

Sarah: OK my Darling.

Nick: Promise me something. I want you to be happy.

Sarah: I will for you. I will for you. I’ll make the best of what I’ve got here. For you.

Nick: Remember whatever happens we’ll always be together before we meet again.

Sarah: You promise me that?

Nick: I promise you.

Sarah: You . . .

Nick: From the bottom of my heart, I promise you.

Sarah: OK my Darling.

Nick: I want you to be happy.

Sarah: I will try. I am trying I’m trying so hard. It’s just such a shock you know. But I’m trying hard. I’m doing better, I’m doing better Darling.

Nick: You are girl, and you’re doing fantastic.

Sarah: As long as I’ve got you with me and I know I do. I just hope I did enough for you.

Nick: Yes you did. You were everything I ever wanted.

Sarah: I was? Good. I just wanted to be enough.

Nick: That’s why I died peacefully.

Sarah: You . . . oh thank goodness.

Nick: That’s why I had that look of peace on my face.

Sarah: Yes. Did you see me when I went to see you?

Nick: Yes I did. And everything you put into the coffin. I saw it all.

Sarah: Oh, thank you Darling. I tried to do right by you. I tried to do everything I could. I really tried hard.

Nick: You done for me what a man could ever want. More than any man could ever want.

Sarah: OK my baby because you know you were worth it. You don’t ever doubt how much I loved you and how much I will continue to love you. Don’t ever doubt it.

Nick: Don’t ever doubt my love for you.

Sarah: OK my baby. {Nick places his hands around Sarah’s face in an embrace}

Oh!! Oh I love you. I love you.

{The “whooshing” sound of dematerialization}

Keith: You OK Sarah?

Sarah: Yeah

Keith and Chris: Good.

Proof of the Afterlife 4: People Speak to Deceased Loved Ones with Direct-Voice Mediums

Another area of evidence of the reality of the afterlife is in verified recordings of dead people speaking to loved ones on earth in extended dialogues. Dr. Dinshan Nanji was a professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Birmingham in the UK. After his wife Annie died, he went to a medium named Leslie Flint, and as he sat with Flint, he heard his wife Annie telling him she was with him when he went to her grave to put flowers on it. We have the recording. Only Dr. Nanji and Flint were in the room. This is what she said. You can listen to the recording of Annie speaking at https://afterlifeinstitute.org/cemetery/.

Annie: Why do you still go to the cemetery?

Dr. Nanji: Well Darling, how can I pass your birthday without my…

Annie: I appreciate it, but I’m not there! I’m not there!

Dr. Nanji: No, no, I know that!

Annie: And, uh, I see you go there and it makes you depressed.

Dr. Nanji: Yeah I – no, no, I am not depressed darling.

Annie: No?

Dr. Nanji: No, no, no. I am not depressed.

Annie: And the flowers.

Dr. Nanji: But the fact that I have cleaned it up and…and I put the bushes round…

Annie: I know. I see you. I watch you do it and I think…

Dr. Nanji: Yes. I was there, I was there a week ago.

Annie: The only time I am ever in the cemetery is when you go there.

Dr. Nanji: Yes, yes.

Annie’s body was dead, but she was alive, just as you will always live. You will never die. More recordings of Annie Nanji and Dr. Nanji speaking are at SeekReality .com. There you can also listen to the recordings of a wife talking to her dead husband and a mother talking to her son who had been killed in World War II.

Proof of the Afterlife 5: Grief Counselors Help People Talk to Their Deceased Loved Ones

Psychotherapists are helping people have afterlife communications with their loved ones for whom they are grieving while they sit in the psychotherapist’s offices. This is an example. A woman named Carole came to a state-licensed psychotherapist named Rochelle Wright because of her grief over her daughter’s passing in a car accident. Rochelle used a special procedure called repair and reattachment therapy, and Carole had a wonderful connection with her daughter. This is the transcript of Carole describing what happened as she sat in Rochelle’s office. You can watch the video of Carole speaking at https://earthschoolanswers.com/carole/.
Immediately as my session began, I had headphones on and music playing and was following Rochelle’s instructions. My daughter Kate came up in my head. The best way to describe it was my eyes were closed and the visual right away was on the left side of my mind. Kate appeared coming down a sidewalk, and like I said, it was on my left side. There was a wall and it was beautiful. There was ivy growing out of it and a big old tree. Kate started walking towards me, and it was amazing to have this. I was sitting there with my eyes closed, literally looking at my daughter Kate walking towards me. As she walked towards me, she put her hand out, and I was able to put my hand out and feel hers on mine. I was able to feel her fingers, also to hug her and to stroke her hair. She was wearing a t-shirt and shorts and flip-flops like she did when she was alive. She was here on earth, and it was amazing. She led me down the sidewalk, and we walked. She was talking, and I couldn’t understand what she was saying. It was just truly amazing that my daughter was literally right there with her, other than to say that it was real. I don’t know how else to explain it. We flashed from walking on the sidewalk to the accident scene. Kate died on a Sunday night in torrential downpour rain. We went to the accident scene. Kate was in a white dress, and she was right over the center of the street. I could see the lake that was at the accident scene. I could see the guardrail. The rain was on an angle. The visual was unbelievable. It was so clear. It was like I was right there with her. We were literally in the middle of the street, and then we would flash back to the sidewalk. As my connection with Kate was happening, Martine, my girlfriend Linda, who flew to Gig Harbor with me, son, was coming in and out of back and forth with me and Kate. Martine was sitting on his couch in his family room, and he had his leg up on the coffee table. It’s real clear for me still to this day, and he was smiling at me. He had his arm in a very funny pose. The best way to describe it was like in a monkey pose. I didn’t know what that meant. I just kept flashing back and forth. I was kind of confused, but to feel that connection to my daughter, and I knew it was real, was amazing. I went back and forth with my daughter Kate, and it would flash to Martine. Kate, I was outside with, and Martine, I was inside with. I could just look at her. It was real. We’d held hands. I hugged her. I stroked her hair. It was truly amazing. I don’t know how to describe it other than I know that it was real. I know with confidence today that it was real. The validation, which I think is one of the most important parts, is that after I left my session and walked back to the hotel, I was describing to Linda Martine’s arms in the shape of the monkey pose going, ee, ee, and smiling at me. And what I found out was is that Martine used to do that with his family all the time. It was something he just did with his sisters and his mom. I didn’t know that he did that. So for me, that proved to me and Linda that it was real. So to this day, when I cry and grieve my daughter, I’m not cured, and it’s not gone away, the pain. But I always know where my daughter is, and she’s free, and she’s happy, and she’s on the other side.
The reason Carole could have this uplifting communication with Kate is that the loved ones whose bodies have died are very much alive and anxious to communicate. You can learn about two other methods psychotherapists use to help people have their own afterlife communications at SeekReality .com.

Proof of the Afterlife 5: Self-Guided Afterlife Connections

Seek Reality Online has developed a training program that teaches people how to go into a self -hypnotic state of mind in which they have their own afterlife communication with their loved ones. The procedure is called a self-guided afterlife connection. This is a narration of a report by a woman who had a wonderful self-guided afterlife connection with a girl whose body had been killed in an automobile accident. She has a remarkable validation that it was the daughter of a friend of hers. This is the account she wrote about her communication experience.
Then, I saw a young girl. A teenager. She had familiar features. The name Brenda came to me, and I realized it’s a friend of mine’s daughter. She died in a rollover crash where she was pinned and asphyxiated. The kids with her were allegedly responsible for her being abandoned at the wreck. The feelings I got from her had nothing to do with that wreck or the people around her then. She hovered with me, morphing a bit so I saw her in different stages, ages. I saw her exploring. I saw her as a student, studying. I don’t know that she did that on earth but she is now that she’s passed. I heard her say, I love mom. I miss mom. I asked in my mind, how can you miss her, you are always with her. It was a misunderstanding. I saw some food item, rolled. It looked like a lobster roll but with jalapenos. I was focused on it too much, and it disappeared. I looked to the side and saw her as a little girl, rolling out dough, working on a red check tablecloth, working so hard. She was darling. Then I realized, oh, she misses doing this stuff with her mom. At least that’s what I got from it. I saw her enjoying the weather, the fall, the leaves, colors. I saw her and felt her loving the ocean and tide. I could feel her sort of drinking it in. She showed me some other things she was liking about where she was. And her condition,
In an email a day after her session, she wrote an email to Seek Reality about a remarkable validation of her communication.
Well how de do. I wrote Lauren, mother of Brenda in the afterlife connection, and told her the first part of it, and how confused I was with the rollups that had jalapeno in them. I kept thinking, what on earth, so I wrote Lauren unsure of how much to tell her. I can never remember who is a believer and who isn’t. Guess what? She writes back and says it makes sense to her. Yes, they made jalapeno rollups. What? I’ve never heard of such a thing. Look, if I ever thought I was making this stuff up, well, I completely believe now. Where the hell did jalapeno rollups come from? The woman’s vivid experience of the young girl matched her friend’s daughter, even to the unusual creation of jalapeno rollups. The experience validated that the young girl was alive, although her body had died, and she was anxious to communicate. She did not die, just as you will never die.

We Know Without Doubt, You Will Never Die!

The six areas of evidence in this blog are only selections from the many areas of evidence we have today of life after death. There are volumes of evidence over centuries of communication with the afterlife that there is no death and there are no dead. You will never die.
Evidence of life after death and proof of the afterlife

I’m going to give you the evidence that will prove to you beyond a reasonable doubt that you will live on happy and healthy after your body dies. I’m Dr. R. Craig Hogan, president of the Afterlife Research and Education Institute, author, co-author, or editor of 10 books containing the evidence we are spiritual beings who live on after we’ve left our bodies behind. I’m going to provide you with evidence from six areas of afterlife study that prove beyond a reasonable doubt you will never die.

The video of the six areas of proof with recordings of people in the afterlife speaking follows. A transcript of the video follows the controls.

You can support this effort to give people the truth about the reality of the afterlife with your $6 contribution.

Proof of the Afterlife 1: Recording Voices of People Living in the Afterlife: EVP or ITC

The first area is use of technology to provide recorded evidence of the life after this life. People are now recording the voices of loved ones in the afterlife through electronic voice phenomena or EVP. It’s also called instrumental transcommunication or ITC. In 2001, Sonia Rinaldi, a researcher in Brazil, began recording the voices of children whose bodies had died to give to their parents. The parents were overjoyed. You can listen to children speaking to their parents in verified recordings at https://afterlifeinstitute.org/itc-evp/

Proof of the Afterlife 2: Dead People Materialize and Speak to People Still on Earth

People who have died often appear and speak with loved ones still on earth. We have testimonies from highly regarded psychiatrists, professors, and even a bible translator that dead people appeared to them and spoke to them. Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, the Swiss-American psychiatrist who was an expert on death and dying, was listed as one of the hundred most important thinkers of the century by Time Magazine in 1999. She was included in the list of the foremost women of the 20th century. She described a visit from a patient of hers named Mrs. Schwartz, who had been dead for two years. This is what Dr. Kubler-Ross wrote.
I was at a crossroad. I felt I needed to give up my work with dying patients. That day I was determined to give notice and leave the hospital and the University of Chicago. It wasn’t an easy decision. Because I really love my patients. I walked out of my last seminar on death and dying towards the elevator. At that moment a woman walked towards me. She had an incredible smile on her face. Like she knew every thought I had. She said, Dr. Ross, I’m only going to take two minutes of your time. If you don’t mind, I’ll walk you down to your office. It was the longest walk I have ever taken in my life. One part of me knew this was Mrs. Schwartz, a patient of mine who had died and been buried almost a year ago. But I’m a scientist. And I don’t believe in ghosts and spooks. I did the most incredible reality testing I’ve ever done. I tried to touch her. Because she looked kind of transparent, in a waxy way. Not that you could see furniture behind her. But not quite real either. I know I touched her. And she had feeling to her. We came to my office and she opened the door. We went inside, and she said. I had to come back, for two reasons. Number one, I wanted to thank you and Reverend Smith once more for what you have done for me. But the real reason why I had to come back is to tell you not to give up your work on death and dying. Not yet. I realized consciously that maybe indeed this was Mrs. Schwartz. But I thought nobody would ever believe me if I told this to anybody. They really would think I had flipped. So my scientist in me very shrewdly looked at her and said. You know Reverend Smith would be thrilled if he would have a note from you. Would you terribly mind? You understand that the scientist in me needed proof. I needed a sheet of paper with anything written in her handwriting. And hopefully, her signature. This woman knew my thoughts and knew I had no intention to ever give her note to Reverend Smith. However, she took a piece of paper and wrote a message and signed it with her name. Then, with the biggest smile of love and compassion and understanding, she said to me. Are you satisfied now? Once more, she said. You cannot give up your work on death and dying. Not yet. The time is not right. We will help you. You will know when the time is right. Do you promise? The last thing I said to her was. I promise. And with that, she walked out. No sooner was the door closed, I had to go and see if she was real. I opened the door. And there was not a soul in that long hallway.
Mrs. Schwartz was alive, healthy, and articulate. She appeared in a body Dr. Kubler-Ross recognized immediately. Mrs. Schwartz did not die when her body died. At SeekReality.com, you can read about and listen to verified descriptions of more such visits given by psychiatrist and physician Dr. Raymond Moody of his extended conversation with his dead grandmother and Bible translator J .B. Phillips‘ conversation with the deceased author of the Chronicles of Narnia, C .S. Lewis.

Proof of the Afterlife 3: People Talk with the Dead in Materialization Seances

People whose bodies are dead come through in seances talking to loved ones sitting in the room. In a seance by the medium David Thompson, a man who had died several months before, came into the room and spoke to his love, Sarah, sitting in the room. Sarah knew it was her love, Nick, who had died months before. Nick’s body had died, but he did not die. We all live on after the body dies. Your can listen to the séance at https://afterlifeinstitute.org/sarah-nick/. This is the transcript:

Nick: Can you hear me?

All: Yes we can hear you. You’re OK. Yes, you’re OK, You’re fine

Nick: Oh my God. I’m a bit frightened of this.

All: It’s all right. You’re OK. You’re amongst friends. You’re OK. Just remain calm. Just relax. It’s OK.

Keith: It’s just a bit strange.

Nick: You’re right. It is strange.

All: It is strange. But it’s all right.

Keith: Take a moment to adjust.

Nick: Never thought I’d do this.

Wendy: It’s wonderful that you have.

Keith: Can you tell us who you are?

Nick: My name’s Nick

All: It’s Nick. Hello Nick. Hi Nick.

Sarah: Baby.

Nick: I can’t. Sarah, I want to see Sarah

All: You’re here to see Sarah

Sarah: Darling I’m here.

Rosheen: Sarah, speak up to him

Sarah: Nick . . .

Nick: Can you hear me?

Sarah: Yeah I can Darling. I love you baby. I love you so much.

Nick: I love you too.

Sarah: Don’t ever leave me OK. I know you’re with me.

Nick: I spend as much time with you as I can. I’m always gonna be there.

Sarah: OK my baby, just stay close. I love you so much and you know how grateful I am to you for doing this.

Nick: You know something, all those things that you’ve bought?

Sarah: Yeah.

Nick: At the cottage, they’re just lost. They’re lost.

Sarah: Yeah?

Nick: Don’t worry about them.

Sarah: Really?

Nick: I knew you was there. I knew you was there.

Sarah: Did you Darling? I do, I just, was I enough for you? I just . . .

Nick: Listen to me, listen to me. We haven’t got long. Listen to me.

Sarah: OK my baby.

Nick: Always remember . . .

Sarah: Yeah?

Nick: I love you with all my heart.

Sarah: OK.

Nick: I told you that just before I left you.

Sarah: I know.

Nick: I’ll always be with you. I’ll always be with you.

Sarah: OK my Darling.

Nick: Promise me something. I want you to be happy.

Sarah: I will for you. I will for you. I’ll make the best of what I’ve got here. For you.

Nick: Remember whatever happens we’ll always be together before we meet again.

Sarah: You promise me that?

Nick: I promise you.

Sarah: You . . .

Nick: From the bottom of my heart, I promise you.

Sarah: OK my Darling.

Nick: I want you to be happy.

Sarah: I will try. I am trying I’m trying so hard. It’s just such a shock you know. But I’m trying hard. I’m doing better, I’m doing better Darling.

Nick: You are girl, and you’re doing fantastic.

Sarah: As long as I’ve got you with me and I know I do. I just hope I did enough for you.

Nick: Yes you did. You were everything I ever wanted.

Sarah: I was? Good. I just wanted to be enough.

Nick: That’s why I died peacefully.

Sarah: You . . . oh thank goodness.

Nick: That’s why I had that look of peace on my face.

Sarah: Yes. Did you see me when I went to see you?

Nick: Yes I did. And everything you put into the coffin. I saw it all.

Sarah: Oh, thank you Darling. I tried to do right by you. I tried to do everything I could. I really tried hard.

Nick: You done for me what a man could ever want. More than any man could ever want.

Sarah: OK my baby because you know you were worth it. You don’t ever doubt how much I loved you and how much I will continue to love you. Don’t ever doubt it.

Nick: Don’t ever doubt my love for you.

Sarah: OK my baby. {Nick places his hands around Sarah’s face in an embrace}

Oh!! Oh I love you. I love you.

{The “whooshing” sound of dematerialization}

Keith: You OK Sarah?

Sarah: Yeah

Keith and Chris: Good.

Proof of the Afterlife 4: People Speak to Deceased Loved Ones with Direct-Voice Mediums

Another area of evidence of the reality of the afterlife is in verified recordings of dead people speaking to loved ones on earth in extended dialogues. Dr. Dinshan Nanji was a professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Birmingham in the UK. After his wife Annie died, he went to a medium named Leslie Flint, and as he sat with Flint, he heard his wife Annie telling him she was with him when he went to her grave to put flowers on it. We have the recording. Only Dr. Nanji and Flint were in the room. This is what she said. You can listen to the recording of Annie speaking at https://afterlifeinstitute.org/cemetery/.

Annie: Why do you still go to the cemetery?

Dr. Nanji: Well Darling, how can I pass your birthday without my…

Annie: I appreciate it, but I’m not there! I’m not there!

Dr. Nanji: No, no, I know that!

Annie: And, uh, I see you go there and it makes you depressed.

Dr. Nanji: Yeah I – no, no, I am not depressed darling.

Annie: No?

Dr. Nanji: No, no, no. I am not depressed.

Annie: And the flowers.

Dr. Nanji: But the fact that I have cleaned it up and…and I put the bushes round…

Annie: I know. I see you. I watch you do it and I think…

Dr. Nanji: Yes. I was there, I was there a week ago.

Annie: The only time I am ever in the cemetery is when you go there.

Dr. Nanji: Yes, yes.

Annie’s body was dead, but she was alive, just as you will always live. You will never die. More recordings of Annie Nanji and Dr. Nanji speaking are at SeekReality .com. There you can also listen to the recordings of a wife talking to her dead husband and a mother talking to her son who had been killed in World War II.

Proof of the Afterlife 5: Grief Counselors Help People Talk to Their Deceased Loved Ones

Psychotherapists are helping people have afterlife communications with their loved ones for whom they are grieving while they sit in the psychotherapist’s offices. This is an example. A woman named Carole came to a state-licensed psychotherapist named Rochelle Wright because of her grief over her daughter’s passing in a car accident. Rochelle used a special procedure called repair and reattachment therapy, and Carole had a wonderful connection with her daughter. This is the transcript of Carole describing what happened as she sat in Rochelle’s office. You can watch the video of Carole speaking at https://earthschoolanswers.com/carole/.
Immediately as my session began, I had headphones on and music playing and was following Rochelle’s instructions. My daughter Kate came up in my head. The best way to describe it was my eyes were closed and the visual right away was on the left side of my mind. Kate appeared coming down a sidewalk, and like I said, it was on my left side. There was a wall and it was beautiful. There was ivy growing out of it and a big old tree. Kate started walking towards me, and it was amazing to have this. I was sitting there with my eyes closed, literally looking at my daughter Kate walking towards me. As she walked towards me, she put her hand out, and I was able to put my hand out and feel hers on mine. I was able to feel her fingers, also to hug her and to stroke her hair. She was wearing a t-shirt and shorts and flip-flops like she did when she was alive. She was here on earth, and it was amazing. She led me down the sidewalk, and we walked. She was talking, and I couldn’t understand what she was saying. It was just truly amazing that my daughter was literally right there with her, other than to say that it was real. I don’t know how else to explain it. We flashed from walking on the sidewalk to the accident scene. Kate died on a Sunday night in torrential downpour rain. We went to the accident scene. Kate was in a white dress, and she was right over the center of the street. I could see the lake that was at the accident scene. I could see the guardrail. The rain was on an angle. The visual was unbelievable. It was so clear. It was like I was right there with her. We were literally in the middle of the street, and then we would flash back to the sidewalk. As my connection with Kate was happening, Martine, my girlfriend Linda, who flew to Gig Harbor with me, son, was coming in and out of back and forth with me and Kate. Martine was sitting on his couch in his family room, and he had his leg up on the coffee table. It’s real clear for me still to this day, and he was smiling at me. He had his arm in a very funny pose. The best way to describe it was like in a monkey pose. I didn’t know what that meant. I just kept flashing back and forth. I was kind of confused, but to feel that connection to my daughter, and I knew it was real, was amazing. I went back and forth with my daughter Kate, and it would flash to Martine. Kate, I was outside with, and Martine, I was inside with. I could just look at her. It was real. We’d held hands. I hugged her. I stroked her hair. It was truly amazing. I don’t know how to describe it other than I know that it was real. I know with confidence today that it was real. The validation, which I think is one of the most important parts, is that after I left my session and walked back to the hotel, I was describing to Linda Martine’s arms in the shape of the monkey pose going, ee, ee, and smiling at me. And what I found out was is that Martine used to do that with his family all the time. It was something he just did with his sisters and his mom. I didn’t know that he did that. So for me, that proved to me and Linda that it was real. So to this day, when I cry and grieve my daughter, I’m not cured, and it’s not gone away, the pain. But I always know where my daughter is, and she’s free, and she’s happy, and she’s on the other side.
The reason Carole could have this uplifting communication with Kate is that the loved ones whose bodies have died are very much alive and anxious to communicate. You can learn about two other methods psychotherapists use to help people have their own afterlife communications at SeekReality .com.

Proof of the Afterlife 5: Self-Guided Afterlife Connections

Seek Reality Online has developed a training program that teaches people how to go into a self -hypnotic state of mind in which they have their own afterlife communication with their loved ones. The procedure is called a self-guided afterlife connection. This is a narration of a report by a woman who had a wonderful self-guided afterlife connection with a girl whose body had been killed in an automobile accident. She has a remarkable validation that it was the daughter of a friend of hers. This is the account she wrote about her communication experience.
Then, I saw a young girl. A teenager. She had familiar features. The name Brenda came to me, and I realized it’s a friend of mine’s daughter. She died in a rollover crash where she was pinned and asphyxiated. The kids with her were allegedly responsible for her being abandoned at the wreck. The feelings I got from her had nothing to do with that wreck or the people around her then. She hovered with me, morphing a bit so I saw her in different stages, ages. I saw her exploring. I saw her as a student, studying. I don’t know that she did that on earth but she is now that she’s passed. I heard her say, I love mom. I miss mom. I asked in my mind, how can you miss her, you are always with her. It was a misunderstanding. I saw some food item, rolled. It looked like a lobster roll but with jalapenos. I was focused on it too much, and it disappeared. I looked to the side and saw her as a little girl, rolling out dough, working on a red check tablecloth, working so hard. She was darling. Then I realized, oh, she misses doing this stuff with her mom. At least that’s what I got from it. I saw her enjoying the weather, the fall, the leaves, colors. I saw her and felt her loving the ocean and tide. I could feel her sort of drinking it in. She showed me some other things she was liking about where she was. And her condition,
In an email a day after her session, she wrote an email to Seek Reality about a remarkable validation of her communication.
Well how de do. I wrote Lauren, mother of Brenda in the afterlife connection, and told her the first part of it, and how confused I was with the rollups that had jalapeno in them. I kept thinking, what on earth, so I wrote Lauren unsure of how much to tell her. I can never remember who is a believer and who isn’t. Guess what? She writes back and says it makes sense to her. Yes, they made jalapeno rollups. What? I’ve never heard of such a thing. Look, if I ever thought I was making this stuff up, well, I completely believe now. Where the hell did jalapeno rollups come from? The woman’s vivid experience of the young girl matched her friend’s daughter, even to the unusual creation of jalapeno rollups. The experience validated that the young girl was alive, although her body had died, and she was anxious to communicate. She did not die, just as you will never die.

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The six areas of evidence in this blog are only selections from the many areas of evidence we have today of life after death. There are volumes of evidence over centuries of communication with the afterlife that there is no death and there are no dead. You will never die.

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