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“Sometimes, the bad things that happen to us in our lives put us directly on the path to the best things that will ever happen to us.”

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When I was in seminary, following the mid-life redirection of my life, my ministerial counselor pointed out that my whole life had been preparing me for working with the dying. I felt like I had lived with death my whole life. My father was diagnosed with cancer when I was two, and I had a near-death out-of-body experience when I was two. Then, my father died when I was eight. In mid-life, I had my own cancer diagnosis.

Suddenly, I could see a life of loss as preparation to help others dealing with loss. This new, higher perspective changed everything I thought about my life. I could see that, having gone through loss myself, I felt great compassion for others going through loss. But, having visited the Other Side, I could also comfort those who were preparing to leave their bodies and travel to the Other Side. I was also able to comfort their loved ones who found solace in the knowledge there is life after death.

Now, I have a strong interest in communication with our loved ones on the Other Side. Hearing from them, and knowing they are still alive and are joyous in their freedom and the LOVE that surrounds them, makes life after death more than a belief. It is now a reality for me and many others. I also am interested in past life regressions which add fullness to my understanding of the soul which I am.

“God, help us accept everything that happens to us in our lives as being for the highest good of our soul. Give us your higher understanding of all that transpires in this life, so we may better accept and learn from our experiences. Watch over us and bring us our highest good. Thank you, God. I love you.”

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