Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Roland Comtois, author of Signs of Spirit.
Messages from our loved ones come and go—or at least that's what we think. We feel them. We hear them. We see them clearly in our dreams. Then, everything changes. There are moments when the communication between us gets a little shaky, and this may be followed by silence, no communication. We believe the connection has disappeared and they are no longer able to reach our realm. We become confused, and often it rattles us to our core. But, there is a reason for all of this.
My mother, Theresa, passed some 7 years ago. I don't always hear her voice anymore. I do not see her as much as used
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tomás Prower, author of the new La Santa Muerte.
"How can I get in contact with the spirits of the dead?"
Seems like a simple enough question, right? I mean, communing with beings from spiritual realms has been a worldwide hallmark of magic throughout the ages. Even nowadays among Earth's remaining isolated tribes of native peoples, shamans continue this age-old lineage of necromancy. So, in our modern and urbanized lifestyles today, where does one begin to learn how to gain the skills of a necromancer? Well, the secret to this skill (much like writing a good mystery novel) is to start with the ending and work your way backwards.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sherrie Dillard, author of Love and Intuition, Discover Your Psychic Type, and the new Discover Your Psychic Type.
Even though you may not be aware of it, you are likely communicating and connecting with your loved ones on the other side. There is constant interaction between the physical and spirit realms. Connecting with those on the other side is not as mystical, abstract, or special as you may think.
In the many years that I have been a professional medium, I have given thousands of readings. Most of the people who seek out a session with me want to be assured that their loved ones on the other side are happy and at peace. My
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ginny Brock, author of By Morning's Light.
The spirits I know don’t exactly go bump in the night. One of them did knock a book out of the bookcase to get not only my attention, but the attention of a couple in the room who we’d gone on vacation with to Africa. The book fell without any provocation—no one bumped into the bookcase, there were no earthquakes that night (anything is possible these days), no reason. It had been sitting there quietly for years. The name of the book was The African Giant, a travel log by the author Stuart Cloete.
That particular spirit would be my late husband Walt. He’s the noisiest spirit I know, but