Welcome

Welcome to my new website.  As many of you know, with the recent death of my Program Director Andrew Barone, we have been in a bit of a transition.  We have updated our contact info, and we thank you for your patience over these last few difficult weeks.

17 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. linda says:

    I am confused with this website. What am I leaving a reply for? I felt compelled to come to this site. It is one a.m, in California. I know a special soul sent me here. I can’t sleep, am 65 years of age, and wondering why?

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    • geo138 says:

      This is a place to share your thoughts about George Anderson, his website, his books, his sessions and general thoughts about loved ones and the hereafter.

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  2. Georgann Koenig says:

    I have just spoken with a friend Dr. Sheila Lyons who recommended you. I would very much like to have an appointment as I have had some rather strange, but interesting things happening. That being said it is also annoying/ It started in 2012 and continues daily.
    Thank you.
    Georgann Koenig

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  3. Julita J. Dunham says:

    I have just read the book WE DON’T DIE, and I am very interested to have a phone session with Mr. George Anderson. My husband passed 4 years ago, very sudden. How do I go about it and how much?

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    • geo138 says:

      Information about the sessions are on this web page – just go to the menu and click on the SESSIONS link. To find available dates and get the form to reserve a spot, click on the AVAILABLE DATES page in the menu.

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  4. April L Masefield says:

    George, I am so very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to you and Andrew and his family at this time.
    I met you in Commack LI at a session 9/25/12, and had shared a story about your blog during Christmastime (and I had written a very similar one about “Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas”..I gave you a copy that day.) I am writing because I wanted to find out if you speak to young people (age 4- 5) that might be gifted in the sense of knowing more than most 5 year olds about the afterlife. Thank you, April M

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    • geo138 says:

      Thank you for your question, April. I usually do not speak to such young children about what I do and the hereafter. I am not a parent myself (except to my two cats) and I am not used to explaining this sort of thing to young children. However, I would also not presume to tell a parent what their child is or is not ready for.

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  5. Howard Sanders says:

    I don’t know what I should do. My dad was killed in action five months before I was born and my mom never said much about his personality. I have many pictures and items that were his but I need to have answers on what happened to him just before he died. I also need to know about his relationship with my mom. What should I do as I am know 73 years old and would no want to die without know more.

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    • geo138 says:

      Howard, unfortunately there is not much I can do. A session would not work properly if you were not able to confirm information about your father. Sometimes the souls communicate with symbols that can have different meanings. It is usually the subject of the reading who can best interpret the message. Without that connection it would be hard for me to know if I were giving you the correct information. Sometimes in life there are things we cannot know, but take solace in the fact that someday you will be reunited with your loved ones in the other side.

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  6. Melissa Newman says:

    I look forward to reading your new book. I Read Walking in the Garden of Souls and cried – both happy and sad tears – throughout. One thing I read that stays with me is the difficulty those who commit suicide have with transitioning to the afterlife. Why? I ask and would like to know because I lost my daughter to suicide. My thoughts go out to you for your recent loss.

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    • geo138 says:

      I am sorry for your loss. People who commit suicide usually do so because of some type of depression or anxiety, a sickness they feel they cannot overcome. When they cross over, they gain some clarity with the weight of that sickness lifted off them. They realize they, perhaps, could have reached out to their loved ones and sought help. They also see how much pain they have caused their loved ones who are overcome by grief and often blame themselves for not being able to prevent the suicide. I spoke about suicide this week in my Facebook live chat. Some of the viewers commented that my words gave them comfort, and I hope they can do the same for you. You can watch it here: https://www.facebook.com/georgeandersonmedium/

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  7. ashley says:

    I would need help locating my father I never meet. My mother died when I was very young. I was put through adoption agencies and shelters because of her.
    Would this be something you could communicate with her? Maybe the location of where he is? Or what he looked like? She might not even know who he was. Do to some tragic events in her life.

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    • geo138 says:

      Unfortunately, the way the sessions work, they require you to confirm the information coming through is accurate. The souls often communicate to me through symbols, some of which have multiple meanings. The subject of the session needs to confirm with a yes or no if they understand what I am interpreting and if I am interpreting correctly. If you would not be able to verify the accuracy of the message, it would make it extremely difficult to have a valid session.

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  8. Diane Gamble says:

    My granddaughter and I had our telephone call with George today. It was humorous, thought-provoking, and 100% accurate! Both of us were amazed and very grateful. We will definitely be doing it again!

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  9. Colleen says:

    I believe there is no such thing as love and it hurts. My mother, brother and father are gone but I think they don’t see me here. I have wanted to speak to you for so many years.

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    • geo138 says:

      Grief is a difficult process, and sometimes we can be so caught up in our grief that we can’t feel when our loved ones are reaching out to us. It’s important not to let your grief consume you. Sometimes it is hard to understand just how close our family and friends are because we can’t see them physically. While their bodies are gone, their souls continue on, in what I describe as a parallel plane to this physical world.

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