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Feeling Late Husbands Presence Can Be a Gift
Posted August 26, 2006
Q. How do you explain the non-physical presence of my husband 5 years after his death? N.G., Delray Beach
A. Plato wrote the first rational discussions of immortality. In Apology, he said, “There are two possibilities as to the nature of death.
Firstly, it maybe a complete cessation of all consciousness. In that case, it is comparable to a deep, dreamless and restful sleep.
Secondly, it may be a transition to another world, the abode of the spirits of the dead. In that case, it will be a joyous experience of communion with all the great and wise human beings of the past.”
Science has now entered the picture and adds fact to the rational.
Dr. Raymond Moody, in his pioneering studies on death and the afterlife, makes a cogent and persuasive argument for the ability to contact the deceased. Many of the 300 subjects with whom he has experimented had surprisingly real encounters with deceased friends and loved ones.
A graduate of Columbia University and Yale Medical School, Brian L. Weiss M.D., author of the best-seller, Many Lives, Many Masters, concludes, “We have all lived past lives. All of us will live future ones.”
Dr. Melvin Morse, a critical-care physician, and author of Parting Visions, documents the range of spiritual visions associated with death and dying, including after death visitations. “People’s lives were changed by encounters with deceased loved ones.”
“My research,” he says, “ultimately led to my discovery of our God Spot, our biological link with an interactive universe.”
Perhaps your God Spot is open and the experience with your husband, in non-physical form, feels real.
Enjoy this gift and remember, it is important that you use this knowledge to live fully in the here and now.