Knowing that my loved one is near

Published Date 10/29/2012
Category: Loss & Grieving

How can I tell if my loved one is near?

I can remember sensing and seeing ghosts since my early childhood.

I assumed at the time that everyone could, but as the years unfolded I realized that only some people can see them and hear them. I wanted to share with my readers a few things that you may not be aware of.

First of all when people pass on they simply change dimensions. They can still hear and see you and sometimes communicate to those who are sensitive enough. At first, when a person dies, he or she is still very attached to their physical body, and often hangs around that body until it is properly buried. They are drawn to the loved ones who are grieving them the most, trying to reach out and to assure them that they are okay.

One of the most common ways that our lost loved ones try to communicate is through dreams. When that doesn't work (some people can't remember their dreams), they do other stuff, like manifesting a smell that is associated with them, for example, the smell of their perfume or cologne, or the smell of their favorite food. They sometimes even move things, making wind chimes ring or moving something that you know you didn't move. They often do this when the person they love is struggling with their grief the most.

The most important thing to remember is your loved one hasn't left you. He or she is still connected to you and will try in any way they can to help you move past your loss. People that pass on are not in pain.  They only feel love and they bask in it.

You are never alone in this world especially if you have lost someone...your loved ones are all around you, silently encouraging you and sending you love.

Never forget that energy cannot be destroyed; it only changes form. Einstein said that. He is correct. We are spiritual beings that live forever.
Many blessings to you.

 Author's Photo by Tina Lee x8443



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