Learning From The Dead


Do dead people still talk? Well according to world renowned psychic medium , James Van Praagh, those departed souls not only still converse but often relay very wise advice to those still having a physical incarnation on Earth. James explained in his book called Unfinished Business that souls have on many occasions expressed to him their regrets of not doing the things they could have, would have or should have done when they were ‘alive’. The reason for my posting this article is because Archangel Gabriel prompted me recently to give a talk about this topic to a group of friends of mine. (Note: Archangel Gabriel is often known to work with people who help relay spiritual messages. Years ago, that being appeared when I was writing my book, Passion For Truths.) The rationale is because no one knows how much time they have left in this world and as such we ought to live life to the fullest and without regrets.

Interestingly, not long after that angelic visitation, my attention was drawn to a YouTube video testimonial of a person who had a Near Death Experience (NDE) by the name of Peter Anthony. Peter explained that he actually died on an operating table of a hospital in 1987 at 11:11 pm on 11th November (11-11). His soul floated above the physical body and then crossed over to the Other Side. In that dimension, he was given a chance to review his life by seeing many moments where he could have, should have or would have done something but didn’t. After the review, his soul was given a choice to either remain in the spirit world or to return to his human life. He decided to choose the latter and make amends by practicing loving and considerate actions after returning to his physical body. Peter’s case is so similar to the content of James’ book in the sense that the ultimate message to us is NOT to procrastinate or hesitate. So often we humans hold back our passion or inner desire to wait for the ‘right’ moment to do something but not understanding that sometimes the perfect time might never come.

And so, if you have a strong urge or inner calling to do something (e.g. start a project) or to express yourself (e.g. to tell someone that we love him/her or to apologise to people whom we have hurt), we might want to take a cue from Nike’s slogan – ‘Just Do It’….. before it is too late.

As they say, Life is too short for regrets…and this is what the Dead can teach us about Life itself.

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  1. ugiridharaprasad
    Dec 02, 2017 @ 10:30:53

    Reblogged this on ugiridharaprasad.

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