Tag: death

Where Do Pets Go When They Die?

On Monday, September 30, 2013, my family had to put down our beloved cat, Crystal, because she was in advanced liver failure due to cancer. She was just 7 years old and we only had her for a couple of years. It was heartbreaking. When I posted the news on my Facebook wall people expressed their condolences and shared some of their own stories of losing an animal companion. I was touched by the love and empathy of my readers, many of whom were preparing to let their animals go too due to illness or advanced age. I get a

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How many questions are answered once we die?

Today continues a series of quick answers to quick questions. I’ve received hundreds of Ask Erin questions in the last few months and decided to just start answering them one per day until I tire of this sport or run out of questions. Enjoy! Question: How many questions are answered once we die do you think? Years ago, I used to say to myself, “I almost can’t wait to die, because these questions I have are driving me mad!” But seriously, what do you think? – Brandon Answer: I’m not sure exactly how many questions get answered because in my

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What Happens After the Afterlife?

I’ve discussed in many blog entries what happens when you die, how you cross over, have your life review, and are greeted by family and other loved ones.  But then what?  What happens next?  After you transition to your new (after)life, what do you do all day?  Sit around on clouds?  Watch loved ones watch television?  Play with cute little cherubs?  Is it boring or exciting?  Are there virgins?  Do you get to play make believe in your own little universe?  Is it like in that movie, Defending Your Life, where you get to eat pasta all day and never

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Have you ever foreseen your sitter’s death in a reading?

Question: Have you ever given a reading and learned that the person was going to die soon?  If that happened, would you tell the person? Answer:  I’ve done readings with people where I could see one of their close loved ones was going to die, and I’ve done readings that contained dire warnings for my sitters about health situations that needed urgent attention or death might follow, but so far I haven’t foreseen an actual death of my sitter. The first time I saw death looming closely was a very unfortunate situation because I was reading for a bride at

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