By Mary Bruce Wallace
1924. the reality our heavenly helpers appear so apprehensive to provoke upon us is that the path and caliber of our recommendations, feelings, and activities during this existence verify our prestige and atmosphere while getting into upon the lifestyles to come back. the necessity for thought-control and for following one's optimum beliefs when on the earth hence turns into extra strongly obvious.
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His impression was that this age represented the most enjoyable period he had had with each of the children. I remembered … tea parties with [my oldest daughter] when she was a little girl … My older boy I remember … building a bookcase and he was talking to me about something he wanted to do … [it was] the most favourite, the most intimate time I had had with them. ’, and was told that his work on earth wasn’t over yet, and that he had to go back and complete it. The voice was ‘loud, thundering’, and the next thing he knew he was waking up in intensive care two days later.
Some communicators speak of death as a progressive process, as if the body shuts down its various functions starting with the feet and culminating in the crown, while others report being lifted out of their bodies and remaining suspended above them until the ‘silken cord’ said to connect the soul to the body finally breaks (more of this in the next chapter). Furthermore, except for those who die a sudden death, the immediate after-death experience also seems usually to be peaceful. The individual looks back unemotionally at the discarded body, and feels no regret at leaving it.
Subsequently, finding himself outside his body, he ‘reached a point of great despair and aloneness … the emptiness in which I now found myself trapped was horrible’. However, realizing he had become ‘light and insubstantial’, he was aware that his movements were stirring up ‘a cloud of gleaming dust’, and that the sky was like a preternaturally clear and very light blue dome ‘that seemed pure and transparent’. He then found himself surrounded by ‘shadows and shapes’ among which he recognized his deceased parents, who gradually became clear to him (‘it was an unimaginable miracle for me to find [them] again under the great sun of a happy hereafter’).