How People Are Helped to Move from Earth to the Afterlife

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Bruce Moen was an author and international lecturer on exploring the afterlife and performing “retrievals.”  In a retrieval, someone from this side of life goes to the afterlife to help people who are “stuck” after their passing from the Earth plane and unable or unwilling to go on to the next level of their lives. Bruce’s work is based on the Monroe Institute’s Lifeline procedure.

A “retrieval” is a way of making contact and interacting with people who have died. When some people die, they may get “stuck” before reaching a more higher place for them to exist beyond physical reality. All the reasons some people get stuck after death are not fully understood, but countless retrievals have shown that people who are stuck can be helped to move on to the afterlife. 

Bruce Moen had the opportunity to teach this system of afterlife exploration to thousands of people in countries around the globe. Below are a few of the accounts of retrievals Bruce performed.  You’ll see references to a “helper.” The helper is a being from the afterlife who helps the retriever with navigational guidance and in performing the retrieval of the stuck person. 

These stories are from the book Afterlife Communication: 16 Proven Methods, 85 True Accounts, with permission from the publisher.

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

A Child Is Helped to Move on to the Afterlife

Betty learned the retrieval procedure and described her experience during her first retrieval exercises. Betty closed her eyes and went into a state of relaxation. When she was fully relaxed, she asked for a helper to come to help her in doing a retrieval. As she did so, a clown in a clown costume walked out of the surrounding darkness into the scene with her. She said the clown had a big red nose, big boots, pants with polkadots, and a comically painted face. When she asked the clown to guide her to someone needing retrieval, the clown turned and began to walk away into the surrounding blackness. She imagined herself following where the clown led. 

In a moment, a hospital room began to materialize around her. She said the visual imagery was quite clear and that she could see a hospital curtain drawn around a hospital bed. She described a little boy named Jamie who was sitting in the hospital bed looking confused. Betty approached Jamie and introduced herself. She asked Jamie why he was sitting on a hospital bed. Jamie said that he had gotten sick, and as he got sicker he was no longer able to go outside to play with his friends or go to school. Finally, he had become so sick he was in the hospital. But he was very confused about what happened next.

Jamie said his parents, especially his mom, were crying and upset when they came to see him in the hospital. He said each time his mom was in the room with him, she kept saying, “Jamie, don’t leave me. Stay here with me Jamie.” 

Jamie then pointed around the room at all the medical equipment and told Betty that the last time he saw his parents, they were with the doctor.  Then the doctor switched off all the machines, drew the curtain around his bed, turned off the lights, and left the room with his parents.  He told Betty he didn’t know what to do now. He had stayed there in his hospital room just like his mother had told him to, but his mom and dad never returned to the room. 

At that point, the clown-helper stepped toward Jamie’s hospital bed. Betty said that she expected the boy would be happy to see the clown, but he wasn’t. In fact, he was afraid of the clown. Seeing Jamie’s fear, the clown gave a big theatrical bow and tipped his hat to reveal a baby chick chirping and walking around on top of his bald head. Jamie happily slid down off the bed, took the clowns outstretched hand, and they turned together walking toward the door.

 Betty followed them out the door and down the hallway toward an elevator. When Jamie and the clown stepped into the elevator Betty followed, standing behind them. Betty said that when the elevator doors closed she expected the elevator to go up (presumably toward  heaven) and was surprised when it instead started moving down. When the elevator doors opened Betty said she saw a huge grassy field, like a park. There were dogs, cats, goats, and ducks walking around the park. There were lots of other children at play. A little dog walked up to the elevator door and looked up at Jamie. The dog seemed to recognize Jamie and Jamie seem to recognize the dog. Jamie left the elevator smiling and laughing as he chased after the little dog.

It appears that his retrieval was necessary because he had become confused by his mother’s strong insistence to stay there with her and then her later disappearance. In all likelihood he did not realize his body had died, so he continued to stay in his hospital bed waiting for her return.

A Retriever Helps a Man Move on from the Accident That Took His Life

This retrieval was performed by a man named Steve who was trained by Bruce Moen in how to perform the retrieval procedure. 

Steve reported that he went through the relaxation in preparation for doing a retrieval and had a Helper appear to him to assist in any retrieval that needed to be performed. After the Helper appeared, he took Steve to the scene of a man buried under heavy wreckage, barely visible, with only a small portion of his face showing from under heavy wooden timbers and dense foliage. His body had been killed in a car accident, but the man didn’t realize it. The man seemed very surprised that Steve was able to find him. He said he had an overwhelming feeling he would never be found because of where he was. He kept repeating that he could not believe Steve had found him. He didn’t realize his body was dead.

The man was dressed in a blue denim jacket with a leather collar and a plaid shirt. Steve asked him his name. He said he was Michael Laughton, and he was 46 years old. The year of the accident was 1958. The place Steve found him in was Plainfield, Kentucky, though Steve did not know if that was where he lived. The man kept repeating that Steve had to let his wife, Belinda, and his two sons know where he was and that he was OK, not realizing his body had died. He insisted that Steve promise him he would do that.

The man said he had gone out hunting in his pickup truck. There was an old timber railroad trestle over the deep ravine where Steve found him. The trestle had been abandoned long ago, but he often used it to get across the ravine. This time, as he attempted to cross the bridge, the timbers gave way, and he plummeted to the bottom of the ravine with the bridge timbers and surrounding branches and vines falling on top of him.

Steve realized the man needed to be retrieved and helped to go on to the afterlife. Steve told him he had brought some help that would be able to get him out. Several Helpers appeared, though Steve said many of them seemed to be just thought forms filling in the picture with needed workers. As Steve and the Helpers pulled him out, Steve gestured to one of the Helpers and told him, “This gentleman would help you to safety.” The man leaned on the Helper’s shoulder and they began to walk out of the forest. Steve followed. They came to a large clearing that turned out to be the park. The man seemed very disoriented since he was many miles into the forest he knew well and had never seen a park there before.

Once in the park, the man sat on a wooden park bench beside a women wearing a small, white hat, blue and white dress, and white gloves. She was knitting. The man immediately recognized this woman as his deceased mother, Marri, and in a half-questioning tone, said, “Mom?” It was then that the scene faded for Steve.

Summary
A "Retriever" Helps People Move from Earth to the Afterlife
Article Name
A "Retriever" Helps People Move from Earth to the Afterlife
Description
When people are "stuck" after their body dies, "rescuers" help them realize they can go on to the afterlife. This article contains descriptions of actual cases.

Bruce Moen was an author and international lecturer on exploring the afterlife and performing “retrievals.”  In a retrieval, someone from this side of life goes to the afterlife to help people who are “stuck” after their passing from the Earth plane and unable or unwilling to go on to the next level of their lives. Bruce’s work is based on the Monroe Institute’s Lifeline procedure.

A “retrieval” is a way of making contact and interacting with people who have died. When some people die, they may get “stuck” before reaching a more higher place for them to exist beyond physical reality. All the reasons some people get stuck after death are not fully understood, but countless retrievals have shown that people who are stuck can be helped to move on to the afterlife. 

Bruce Moen had the opportunity to teach this system of afterlife exploration to thousands of people in countries around the globe. Below are a few of the accounts of retrievals Bruce performed.  You’ll see references to a “helper.” The helper is a being from the afterlife who helps the retriever with navigational guidance and in performing the retrieval of the stuck person. 

These stories are from the book Afterlife Communication: 16 Proven Methods, 85 True Accounts, with permission from the publisher.

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

A Child Is Helped to Move on to the Afterlife

Betty learned the retrieval procedure and described her experience during her first retrieval exercises. Betty closed her eyes and went into a state of relaxation. When she was fully relaxed, she asked for a helper to come to help her in doing a retrieval. As she did so, a clown in a clown costume walked out of the surrounding darkness into the scene with her. She said the clown had a big red nose, big boots, pants with polkadots, and a comically painted face. When she asked the clown to guide her to someone needing retrieval, the clown turned and began to walk away into the surrounding blackness. She imagined herself following where the clown led. 

In a moment, a hospital room began to materialize around her. She said the visual imagery was quite clear and that she could see a hospital curtain drawn around a hospital bed. She described a little boy named Jamie who was sitting in the hospital bed looking confused. Betty approached Jamie and introduced herself. She asked Jamie why he was sitting on a hospital bed. Jamie said that he had gotten sick, and as he got sicker he was no longer able to go outside to play with his friends or go to school. Finally, he had become so sick he was in the hospital. But he was very confused about what happened next.

Jamie said his parents, especially his mom, were crying and upset when they came to see him in the hospital. He said each time his mom was in the room with him, she kept saying, “Jamie, don’t leave me. Stay here with me Jamie.” 

Jamie then pointed around the room at all the medical equipment and told Betty that the last time he saw his parents, they were with the doctor.  Then the doctor switched off all the machines, drew the curtain around his bed, turned off the lights, and left the room with his parents.  He told Betty he didn’t know what to do now. He had stayed there in his hospital room just like his mother had told him to, but his mom and dad never returned to the room. 

At that point, the clown-helper stepped toward Jamie’s hospital bed. Betty said that she expected the boy would be happy to see the clown, but he wasn’t. In fact, he was afraid of the clown. Seeing Jamie’s fear, the clown gave a big theatrical bow and tipped his hat to reveal a baby chick chirping and walking around on top of his bald head. Jamie happily slid down off the bed, took the clowns outstretched hand, and they turned together walking toward the door.

 Betty followed them out the door and down the hallway toward an elevator. When Jamie and the clown stepped into the elevator Betty followed, standing behind them. Betty said that when the elevator doors closed she expected the elevator to go up (presumably toward  heaven) and was surprised when it instead started moving down. When the elevator doors opened Betty said she saw a huge grassy field, like a park. There were dogs, cats, goats, and ducks walking around the park. There were lots of other children at play. A little dog walked up to the elevator door and looked up at Jamie. The dog seemed to recognize Jamie and Jamie seem to recognize the dog. Jamie left the elevator smiling and laughing as he chased after the little dog.

It appears that his retrieval was necessary because he had become confused by his mother’s strong insistence to stay there with her and then her later disappearance. In all likelihood he did not realize his body had died, so he continued to stay in his hospital bed waiting for her return.

A Retriever Helps a Man Move on from the Accident That Took His Life

This retrieval was performed by a man named Steve who was trained by Bruce Moen in how to perform the retrieval procedure. 

Steve reported that he went through the relaxation in preparation for doing a retrieval and had a Helper appear to him to assist in any retrieval that needed to be performed. After the Helper appeared, he took Steve to the scene of a man buried under heavy wreckage, barely visible, with only a small portion of his face showing from under heavy wooden timbers and dense foliage. His body had been killed in a car accident, but the man didn’t realize it. The man seemed very surprised that Steve was able to find him. He said he had an overwhelming feeling he would never be found because of where he was. He kept repeating that he could not believe Steve had found him. He didn’t realize his body was dead.

The man was dressed in a blue denim jacket with a leather collar and a plaid shirt. Steve asked him his name. He said he was Michael Laughton, and he was 46 years old. The year of the accident was 1958. The place Steve found him in was Plainfield, Kentucky, though Steve did not know if that was where he lived. The man kept repeating that Steve had to let his wife, Belinda, and his two sons know where he was and that he was OK, not realizing his body had died. He insisted that Steve promise him he would do that.

The man said he had gone out hunting in his pickup truck. There was an old timber railroad trestle over the deep ravine where Steve found him. The trestle had been abandoned long ago, but he often used it to get across the ravine. This time, as he attempted to cross the bridge, the timbers gave way, and he plummeted to the bottom of the ravine with the bridge timbers and surrounding branches and vines falling on top of him.

Steve realized the man needed to be retrieved and helped to go on to the afterlife. Steve told him he had brought some help that would be able to get him out. Several Helpers appeared, though Steve said many of them seemed to be just thought forms filling in the picture with needed workers. As Steve and the Helpers pulled him out, Steve gestured to one of the Helpers and told him, “This gentleman would help you to safety.” The man leaned on the Helper’s shoulder and they began to walk out of the forest. Steve followed. They came to a large clearing that turned out to be the park. The man seemed very disoriented since he was many miles into the forest he knew well and had never seen a park there before.

Once in the park, the man sat on a wooden park bench beside a women wearing a small, white hat, blue and white dress, and white gloves. She was knitting. The man immediately recognized this woman as his deceased mother, Marri, and in a half-questioning tone, said, “Mom?” It was then that the scene faded for Steve.

Summary
A "Retriever" Helps People Move from Earth to the Afterlife
Article Name
A "Retriever" Helps People Move from Earth to the Afterlife
Description
When people are "stuck" after their body dies, "rescuers" help them realize they can go on to the afterlife. This article contains descriptions of actual cases.

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