The number one question people ask me during mediumship readings is whether their deceased loved one is okay on the other side. “Is he alright? Did he make it? Is he safe? Is he comfortable? Is he happy?” There are very few situations in which your loved one may not be alright. I want to go over the various ways of dying and the effect it has on a person’s state when they cross over. Suicide Most people who suicide feel regret when they get to the other side. This is because from their new perspective they can see all
Question: If we have reincarnated many times in our life, then when we die and reach the afterlife, won’t we have multiple families from all of our past lives who greet us when we crossover? – Shane Answer: Great question. Instead of saying “multiple families” I would instead use the term “multiple loved ones.” When you die, you will be greeted by the souls and spirits of the people you have the strongest connection to, whether they are from your most recent life or a past one. Some of these folk may have been your family members in several lives.
Question: My question is what happens if someone to whom you were very close chooses to incarnate before you die. Will they still be able to greet you on the other side? – Jennifer Answer: Most of the time a person does not choose to reincarnate so quickly. I often hear of people who say, “My grandmother died last week and then my niece was born and we’re pretty sure it’s grandma!” Uh no. Highly doubtful. Most souls do not reincarnate to the same family or that quickly either. So chances are excellent that anyone you knew in this life
Question: Can we meet celebrities on the other side? Answer: More than one person has asked me this question recently, and in light of the recent deaths of so many celebrities (David Carradine, Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, and Michael Jackson) I figure it’s a good time to answer it. Technically, the answer is yes. You can interact with anyone on the other side as long as you both are willing. At that point you will both be energy, not identity, and it won’t be as thrilling or exciting as you’re probably imagining it now. Remember that fame is something that