Do My Loved Ones in the Life after This Life Communicate with Me?
Our loved ones communicate with us often, especially in the weeks and months after their transition. Our loved ones who have transitioned desperately want to tell us not to grieve, that they are alive and well. It saddens them that they can’t get messages through to us.
After the period soon after the transition, they are still sensitive to our thoughts and feelings. They come to us when we ask them to, are feeling disturbed, or are in need. They are always available to communicate.
Why Don’t I Get the Communication?
You do get communication; you just haven’t learned how to let it bubble up into your awareness.
Your loved ones want to communicate with you. The primary reason we have the impression our loved ones are not communicating is that we in Earth School haven’t learned to receive the communication that comes to us. We are so overwhelmed by the constant din of the earth environment that the communication we’re receiving doesn’t rise into awareness from the subconscious, where every communication is being registered. When a message does come as subtle feeling, knowledge, or understanding, people often dismiss it as imagination.
Happily, we can learn to communicate by learning how to accept their Mind-to-Mind messaging. For example, the Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy method used by psychotherapists is 98 percent successful in connecting clients with their loved ones. The reason it is so successful is the love connection between the person on this side of life and the person living in the next life.
You can read more about the procedure and see videos of people who have used it in afterlife communication experiences at this link.
Anyone can learn to receive the communication on their own. People just have to learn how to be open to it. You can learn about the free online training provided by the Afterlife Research and Education Institute at this link. It will teach you how to be open to your loved ones’ communication.
Why Can’t People Living in the Next Life Just Come to Me and Communicate?
Nearly all of them don’t know how to get messages through to us. They try, but it’s difficult for them because our Minds are so preoccupied. We can receive their weak messages, but we must learn how to relax our Minds to receive them.
Those in the next life generally don’t know how to get through to us. The ability to communicate with the earth realm is not prevalent. But people in the life after this life do try to communicate.
To understand what it’s like for them, try this little experiment. We know from the research of Rupert Sheldrake and others that people can sense being stared at.[i] People subtly know when someone is looking at them. The next time you’re waiting in a line of people, pick someone ahead of you in line who is not engaged in a task, just standing idly. Focus on their neck and imagine tickling them on the neck. After a few seconds, very occasionally people will turn around and look back, and even brush their necks. They don’t know why, though. The message came through to their Minds at a subconscious level, but they didn’t get the clear message that another person was imagining tickling their necks. They won’t turn around and say, “Why are you imagining tickling my neck?” We know the message is there, because they respond to it, but it doesn’t rise to the level of their conscious awareness.
Our loved ones try to communicate through thoughts, Mind to Mind. They focus on our Minds to try to get a message through. The messages always come to us at a subconscious level, but the subtle messages don’t rise to the level at which we can become conscious of them. We’re too preoccupied with life to quiet ourselves and let the thought messages bubble up from the subconscious into our aware Mind.
We can learn how to let those subtle messages come into our conscious awareness. The Afterlife Research and Development Institute has created a free training program you can learn about at www.earthschoolanswers.com/selfguided/ that will teach you how to relax your Mind and let the messages come through.
[i] Rupert Sheldrake, “The ‘sense of being stared at’ experiments in schools,” Journal of the Society for Psychical Research 62 (1998): 311-323.