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Dis-incarnate appears in a pet.

Discussion in 'After-Death Communication' started by jimrich, Jul 25, 2017.


What ways do your departed loved ones come to visit you?

  1. as my pets, various animals, strangers, plants, objects,

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  2. imaginings, feelings, sounds, smells, sights

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  1. Unexpected

    Unexpected Guest

    Thanks Mac!
    1-I had read Carol was using it for that reason but didn't realize she was able rely more on telepathic conversation vs pendulum. Before those self-guided afterlife connections I could hear my love one too but it was hard to always trust it so I get it. I've basically used those connections to help me open up a more fluid-like conversation with him which I'm trying to trust more by using automatic typing on my computer. I've heard his actual voice and then sometimes I just have a knowing where it sorta flows in and now it's more fluid-like. Anyway, it's a work in progress.
    2-Tested the video you posted in the Resources link and its working fine now. The prior link I tried was within the thread and would error out like a player incompatibility issue.
    3-I wasn't clear on the validation part, I meant for people who might not understand what would serve as valid validation vs not. My initial contact was him reaching out to me. When I attempted to communicate with him using self-guided connections, I did validate once I got to the point where I felt I was actually communicating with him. He's with me so much that I didn't attempt to do it during my first couple of automatic writing attempts. Perhaps I should think about that. I feel like I "know" it's him at this point, been almost 2 years now.
    4-Thanks for the encouragement! I could identify with trying to help when not prompted from the other side. I've made a mess of it too at times. Guess that's just part of the learning process. I can usually tell when it's me vs them pushing me to help but it takes a lot of being in the present moment and paying attention to know which is which, at least for me.
    5-I agree with you, mediumship is "astoundingly moving, comforting, and persuasive." My only 2 readings where just that. I can only speak for me but the self-guided connections are amazing but I do like that I can go to a medium for validation if need be. I knew long before it was him but there were some things that came through that I wanted to hear from a medium. She did just that and it helped me to trust more of what I was receiving and move forward.

  2. Unexpected

    Unexpected Guest

    Thank you for sharing that Bluebird! I'm sincere when I say it and it's nice to know others get it too.
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  3. Unexpected

    Unexpected Guest

    I've only told one friend about all of this. She's rather amazing so I was and wasn't shocked by her support. I'm glad she's been my friend for almost a quarter of a century. She knew I wasn't making it up. Outside of that, no one. I respect your efforts with those on their deathbed. It's such a vulnerable time and I've not had any conversations with anyone in those situations other than my loved one when his body was dying. Who knows what the future holds.
  4. jimrich

    jimrich Active Member

    The other night, I was sitting here enjoying some porn videos when the light bulb above me EXPLODED! ....sending a shower of glass particles all over the keyboard, desk and carpet. My first reaction was shock that Irene would be so upset with me that she (or someone over there) would stoop to such a risky and dangerous action just to stop me from watching porn or shame me about it. My first reaction was to apologize to Irene for my "bad behavior" and then I began to think about Codependency and how bad and unhealthy it is to be a Codependent, like I've been for most of my life, so I courageously cleaned up the broken glass and went right on watching porn - with a flashlight!
    In Codependency Recovery, it is very important to break the patterns of unhealthy dependency and find the courage to stand up for yourself and on your own two feet rather than DEPEND on others for your encouragement, strength, support, happiness, etc. Since I am not a porn addict, I see no harm in occasionally watching porn videos and I am definitely not going to allow someone or thing (from the Afterlife?) to threaten, bully or shame me about porn or any other thing over here. It would be very easy for me to believe that Irene or someone else is standing here, looking over my shoulder and "doing things" to me or around me to take control of my life so I am not going to become a frightened little animal who is Codependent on a Dis-incarnate for every little thing I do over here. This is one reason that i am reluctant to learn Medium-ship 'cos then I'd have Irene right here, all day long, every day, telling me what to do next and how to behave. We were almost that way when Irene was an Incarnate. So I took the bulb exploding event as just one of those things and went right on doing what I was doing without guilt or fear. I sure don't want to be a frightened victim of some Dis-incarnate who is judging and over-reacting to my behaviors. This is the only time a mysterious event has occurred here so I take it that neither Irene nor any other "Spirit" caused that bulb to explode above me but I guess that is possible.

    Thank you but I've never actually expended any "efforts" with anyone on their deathbed other than Irene. I've told many about my Afterlife experiences and limited knowledge in case it could help them at the time they cross over but I suspect that most are very surprised when they finally do. It must be satisfying and dramatic to be a "deathbed" assistant or care-giver - especially if you know about the Afterlife.
  5. bluebird

    bluebird Well-Known Member

    You're very welcome. :)
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