Topic Editor: Angela Tiseo
An Introduction to After Death Communication
The faint smell of your grandmother’s favorite perfume fills the room. You hear your best friend call your name, but you are alone. The embrace of your favorite aunt envelops you, yet there is no one else in the room. The one thing is all these incidents have in common is all of these people have died. Conventional wisdom would say you have an overactive imagination. There are others however who will ask you to consider this; perhaps your loved ones just want you to know they are around.
While most people do not have the extraordinary ability psychic mediums such as John Edward possess to connect with our loved ones who have crossed over, there are many, who believe that if you are open you will know when your loved ones who have passed are stopping in to say Hi. First let me say this I am not a medium or psychic. I am someone who has explored the world of metaphysics for many years. I was a teenager the first time I had a “Hello” from the other side, although I did not understand until much later in my life that this is what had happened.
About a year after my father had passed I was sitting in our living room and suddenly the smell of Aqua Velva after shave filled the room. I remember thinking how strange that was since we had cleaned out all of my father’s things including his after shave a couple of months after he died. I now know it was just Dad’s way of saying, “Hi, I’m here.” Several years later, I was about to have an unpleasant conversation with my father’s brother. The night before I phoned my uncle, my father in what I know consider a visit, came to me in a dream. In this dream I was in the basement of my childhood home. I was in front of a mirror drying my hair when suddenly only my father’s face appeared next to me. The first thing out of my mouth was “How can you be here? You are dead?” My dad spoke to me and said “Angie, remember I love you.” His image then faded from the mirror. When I woke up the next morning , although I was not yet familiar with after death communication I knew my dad had visited me and I was about to do the right thing.
Over the years there have been many ways my loved ones who are passed have let me know they are with me. I have shared just a couple of them with you. Just remember the next time you smell pipe smoke. It just might be your dead Uncle Arthur stopping by to say “Hello.”
All By Angela Tiseo © House Special Publishing a division of A.M. Symphony LTD.
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