I’m often asked, “What is the difference between spiritual and afterlife communication?” There is a difference and there is no difference all at the same time. Let me explain.
When you have a past-life regression and go between lifetimes as I wrote about in the last couple of posts, you are led to particular people from your past that have already transitioned on from this lifetime. They are there because they have messages for you or someone you know. You may also meet these same people in your dreams where they frequently come to give you messages. Many people are more comfortable to receive communication when in a dream state than in the conscious awake state. It is possible to do both.
There are many people in the world that are capable of seeing and hearing messages from souls in a very clear conscious state. I interviewed Lorna Byrne, author of “Angels In My Hair,” on my radio show, and she speaks of seeing angels and those that have transitioned already very easily.
These same souls may also be seen or heard by you when in a meditative state or in prayer. This ability is developed by people if they are open and have worked at developing their psychic ability or have opened their sixth chakra as I wrote about earlier this month.
Spiritual communication is the same as afterlife communication when in one of these states – past-life regression, dreams, meditation or prayer. The message delivered to you is one of a spiritual nature. It may be communicated from someone you know or it may come from your spiritual guide, master or another higher vibrational channel that has opened to give you these messages.
There are many people that have this ability as well. Jennifer Scott, author of “That’s the Spirit,” spoke about it when she was a guest on my radio show. She feels anyone can develop this ability with practice, dedication and a sincere drive to want to connect with spirit.
Spiritual communication usually involves allowing yourself to see your spiritual path in this lifetime. Your purpose may be revealed and may be very detailed as in what to do, how to do it and why you are doing it. It may be as specific as leading you to connect with certain people or directing you to a specific place to receive these answers. Other times, your spiritual message may feel more global in its words and communicate how we are to be on this earth plane. Showing characteristics of compassion, support, unconditional love, forgiveness, patience, and trust to your fellow man seem to be the common denominator in the spiritual messages received by many.
The choice is often up to you. You may choose to receive messages from a particular friend or relative that has transitioned on or you may ask for more universal communication.
The key is to ask, and you WILL receive!