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New Developments in Afterlife Communication

by R. Craig Hogan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0980211190, Paperback)

     Until this century, while some people experienced personal spontaneous afterlife contacts in dream visitations, physical signs, and fleeting glimpses of loved ones, people could not easily communicate with their loved ones in the afterlife at will. Those who wanted to communicate with loved ones in the afterlife had to seek out a medium for a reading. For ordinary people on the earth plane, the next realm of life we call the afterlife was inaccessible and frightening.

However, that condition is changing, dramatically and rapidly. Today, ordinary people with no medium abilities are learning how to communicate with their loved ones in spirit. New methods of communicating that require no medium abilities are being discovered, refined, and taught to grieving people. Today, virtually anyone can have a direct, unmediated afterlife communication with loved ones in the afterlife.

There is such an array of these methods of afterlife communication that the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies devoted its 38th annual conference to having 21 researchers, developers, and practitioners describe to attendees the new methods of afterlife communication they have originated, are using, or are teaching. This book contains papers written by the presenters that contain the same information they provided at the conference. They are the conference proceedings.

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