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  1. Mathew says:

    Hello George, Since my beloved wife crossed over 8 months ago I have read all of your books to tatters, they have been a source of comfort to me. I also watch the videos posted to your Facebook page and hang on every word. It is a desperate time for me as she is the center of my world. I had a phone session 2 months ago and replay it often, it makes me feel closer to her in a way, and I consider you a friend for allowing the communication to take place. I have been contemplating taking my own life, I have very little interest in being on this world without her. I know all you have written on the subject, but a thought nags me. Would my wife be there when I cross over if I take my life? Would I be separated from her because of what I had done? I am afraid. My soul wants to be with her so much, but I feel trapped here. Your thoughts would be most appreciated. Thanks

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    • geo138 says:

      First of all, I am sorry for your loss. I don’t mean to sound insensitive, but you must stick it out. Your wife’s love for you means she wouldn’t want you to suffer, but at the same time, she knows you must complete your journey. There was a reason that you were sweethearts in this life and you must take the lessons you’ve learned during your time together to live on. Whenever you feel downtrodden, you must remember your love for one another and focus on the good times you’ve shared. She will be there waiting for you WHEN YOUR JOURNEY IS COMPLETE. But now is not the time. I suggest you also contact the suicide watch hotline because they can suggest bereavement groups that will help you. The number is 1-800-273-8255.

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    • Jackie Blue says:

      I don’t think your wife would want you to do that. If you remember, our souls come here for a purpose. To advance. Perhaps in this lifetime, your soul’s purpose or life theme for this incarnation is meant to deal with your current tragedy of losing your wife, to advance spiritually. She is with you right now. And you will see her again soon. If we have not experienced certain feelings through many incarnations though, we will come back to experience them in all their glory… growing spiritually through the knowledge we acquire in our heart. Suffering is part of that knowledge. Keep Advancing! Prayers are with you ❤

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    • Really Organicrae says:

      Hi Matthew,
      I felt compelled to respond to your comment here. I just listened to Laura Lynne Jackson’s book The Light BEtween Us. She is a scientifically tested medium. I highly suggest it to you. She notes in the book that those that have taken their own life don’t seem to shine as bright on the other side. I agree with what others have said here – you are still here for a reason. Please do reach out to a friend or loved one or a hotline or someone skilled in helping those struggling with depression/grief/loss/suicidial thoughts. Please stay here!!!
      peace to you,
      Rae

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      • Mathew says:

        Thank you so much. I have managed to step away from the suicidal thoughts for now, but I must admit, they are always lingering in the background, a dark option to the despair that grips me. My wife and I have a very special love, one in a million some have said. My love, center of all things for 30 years. We are one, and I bumble along seeing and feeling the world as a half. I accept that I have been left behind here for a reason, one that I cannot grasp at this moment, but still, I eagerly await the conclusion of my journey so that I may return to her side.

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        • butterflydreamz2night says:

          Hi Mathew,
          My son (20 years old) passed away unexpectedly passed away 4 months ago. I am gutted. I just want to say that I completely understand your feelings of suicide to be with your wife again, that longing. My son was my only child. I think of this often. The thought of spending another 20-30-or more years without him is completely overwhelming.
          **Please don’t mistake my words to be encouragement or support of suicide.**
          I have only posted to say “you are not alone”. Nothing more. Whatever your path is, please research it and make sure it is truely what you feel is best for you. I hope you find peace and resolve.
          Love to you.

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        • Jan says:

          Matthew,
          The loss you’ve endured is so very new in your heart, soul and mind. I also have suffered a loss which was in May of 2018. I’m still in the 5 stages of grief and have just started working on stage 3.
          My wish and hope for you is that you, (if you haven’t started this yet) is to seek help with these stages of grief. Stages 1 and 2 are definitely the hardest ones ever. It’s been just over 5 months for me, and I have conquered stage 2, and beginning to work on 3.
          We are all different in how we handle grief and the stages of it. It could take a short time for someone or a long time to start healing.
          I pray that you take my advice and seek out help with working on these stages. I will say that I never thought I could or would accomplish stage 2. Anger, but I did. And you will too.
          You will be in my thoughts and prayers and please know that we are all here for a purpose.
          God gave us life…please let him decide when it’s time to go.
          “One Day At A Time”
          Blessings, Jan

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        • Janis says:

          Matthew,
          I was so happy to receive your message. You’ve been on my mind praying that you’re alright.
          If you need to talk I’m always here with a listening ear and shoulder. When we are on a difficult road reaching out to someone, anyone, can help us so much. It will even help me.
          I went to the library and got some of George’s books, and I’m really happy that I did. They are giving me peace and comfort that wasn’t there before. I hope that you will too.
          When I was 5 years old I lost my father. He was only 33 years old and was a wonderful father. He’s been gone for many years, but he’s always with me helping me. I know this because of the signs I’ve received throughout the years. A penny, feather, a slight touch on my shoulder to name a few. Always when I’m sad, unable to make sense of things. You receive signs as well, we all do. Don’t look for them instead just open your mind and heart and they will be there. Your wife is always with you especially in your heart. Cherish that with all your being Matthew. When it’s your time she will be there to greet you and guide you home.
          Please keep in touch if you don’t mind. God puts people in our lives for a reason. To help. You’re in my thoughts and prayers. Janis

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    • Wendy Voegelin says:

      Hi Mathew
      First of all I would also like to send you love and support in your grief. I lost my husband, the love of my life some months ago very suddenly and like you just felt I no longer wanted to be here without him. However I understand that this is a journey not a destination and that he and I chose this experience in order to grow spiritually. It doesn’t make it any easier and there are times when it is just too hard and when I want to curl up in a ball and never get up again, however I understand and know that it is important that I continue what we started. I have been able to help many people as a result of what I am going through and while people say to me that they admire my strength and courage, they don’t see the non-‘public’ me who grieves behind closed doors and when the rest of the world isn’t watching. Read ‘Walking in the Garden of Souls ‘if you haven’t already. Heavens knows it has helped me more than i can say having been give it just after the holiday season when I felt at my lowest. Keep remembering that the pain you feel shows how much you two loved each other and know too, that she is always, always around you and the signs are there that this is so. There is no cure (nor should there be) for the utter pain and devastation of losing someone you loved and still do, so much. Just know that it isn’t forever and make your life and the fact that you shared it with her, matter. Lots of love Wendy x

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    • Patricia says:

      Mathew,
      I like you lost my sweetheart….it’s been over a 1 1/2 now…. it’s very hard I know… I have felt that way too… often hoping God will take me… but there is a reason your here… especially if you have children…. trust that God has a plan, keep your faith strong and give back to others… this will help you spiritually…
      I am in therapy.. and I still have a hard time with the death of my loved one… There are good days and bad ones… be kind to yourself…. participate in prayer and meditation, discover what your purpose is here and do it…
      I had a dream not too long ago… I was in the sea with my mother and sister and I said… oh there’s the ladder to heaven… I got all excited… I ran up the ladder… I couldn’t wait to get up there to see my sweetheart… I said to my mother and sister come on up… they said no… I don’t think it’s our time… when I got up to the top… there was a hatch… like a hatch… similar to one you would see on the floor of a boat…. I knocked on it… and the angels opened it… the glimpse I got into heaven was so beautiful…. I asked them please let me in… the angels looked at one another…. they said.. we could let you in…. but…. and I said but what….. they said… well, then you’d have to go back and start a life all over again as a baby…. you see, they said… your haven’t completed your life’s purpose…. you must complete your life’s purpose in order to stay….

      So, Mathew, hang in there… and choose to stay… you have all of eternity to be with your sweetheart again…..

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      • Marie says:

        We all have a purpose,even if no children are here. I lost my only, but I obviously have a purpose because I am still here. . I just wanted to comment on what you said , you are here for a reason”especially” if you have children. It does not matter, kids or not. I really would hate to think others think I have no purpose anymore because both of my children are gone. It is hard enough to lose both, but for people to think I lose my purpose, it is just wrong. I feel the same way when people who have lost a child say to me that they would not survive if they did not have other children. That is hurtful. Child loss is a pain unlike others.

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        • Patricia says:

          Marie I did not say you only have a purpose if you have children. I was being consoling to this person as I am also grieving. There was no reason to be so nasty. Do not lecture me on the loss of a child either. I lost 3….. if you are going to go on this site show compassion everyone has a cross to carry… being defensive is not a good virtue.

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          • Marie says:

            Not being nasty, just telling the truth. Go back and read what you said. You said there is a reason you are still here, especially if you have children. I lost 2, none left. Be grateful if you have living children because you have it a lot better than others do. I am just saying to please watch your words. I know that most people are not sensitive to others. Also, do not bring the loss of my 2 children in a post again.. I find it odd that you did not mention you lost 3 in your first post? If you did, I would think you would be a little more empathetic than what you come across. Child loss is the worst loss anyone can go through.

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          • George Anderson says:

            I ask that you all remain respectful of each other. Perhaps, there was a misunderstanding a bit on both sides. As you are both bereaved parents, I hope we can leave it at that.

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  2. JoAnn says:

    Dear Mathew,in time the intense pain you feel will lessen,I promise you I know it does not feel that way now but time does help to ease that pain.God will not give you more than you can handle.Your beloved wife is just a whisper away,talk to her,she can see and hear you,she knows your pain but she also knows you must wait until your time comes,and when that time comes I know without a doubt she will be right there waiting but she wants you to not come before you are due to come. I hope it was okay for me to reply to your post,Im just a vistor here but I just wanted you to know you are not alone in this world,many of us have lost close loved ones and have wanted to be with our loved ones also,and in those dark times its really tough,but hang in there and know the time will come when your heart will feel lighter.Take good care,feel your beloved around you and watch for her signs,and when those signs come do not dismiss them or second guess if it is her sending you a message,anything that may trigger a memory and know when you think of her her soul is right there with you. May you be surrounded in love and light and given the strength to hang in there and eventually move forward. I wish you peace.
    JoAnn

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  3. JoAnn says:

    You are welcome Mathew,your story touched me and felt the need to reach out to you.My hope and prayer is for you to stay and in time find the peace you need. I would like to suggest to you to start a journal on the signs that you have had or will have. Prayers for Peace be with you

    Thank you George for allowing me to reach out to Mathew

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  4. JoAnn says:

    George I have just watched some of your readings on youtube and I hope to have a telephone reading from you soon. I would like to know do you ever have pets that have come through in a reading. Thank you

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  5. JoAnn says:

    Hi George,I am not a member of Facebook but my husband was,I do go in there from time to time but do not post..I listened to a few of the videos that would upload and I found them very interesting. Thank you for your reply and thank you for the link

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  6. Judy Moring says:

    Hi George
    Youla Chapoval died in 1951. Mysteriously in his studio. Russian painter who lost mother and sister to Hitler’s madness. I saw a painting of his a few years ago in Shreveport la. had a hard time leaving the painting and have gone back to the gallery when I was able. Do you think we commune with those who pass in this manner?? And It is on my mind to pray for him. This I feel led to do. I pray just as much for those who are passed, Robin Williams, the young man sent home to his family from North Korea. Earthquake victims etc as much as those who are present
    Sometimes it’s just tears. When I feel unworthy or unfulfilled I’ve thought that maybe I am making a difference in my own way. An incredible orb presented itself to me a few years ago. I had a physiological response to it. Bliss pure and simple. Could it have been my mother whom I lived so very much??? Blessings to you.

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  7. Carol says:

    Do the souls on the other side ever say they are sorry they left so soon and left a mess behind for you to clean up? I had a dream the other night and my deceased husband said that he never expected to go out the way he did and that he is sorry that he did not complete the projects he started on the house.

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  8. JoAnn says:

    Hi George,thank you so much for the wonderful reading today,so much of what was conveyed to me via spirit were answers to my thoughts and questions I have had for quite some time. I was so excited and nervous when the reading began but soon felt right at ease.Afterward I went to lie down for my usual afternoon nap but was unable to sleep,the things that you shared with me kept running through my mind. I know I did the right thing by getting a reading,it was money well spent.You have an amazing gift and your gift helps to bring comfort and closure to us who have suffered losses.Thank you again and give those two precious kitties a pat on the head from me.

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  9. Carol says:

    George,
    Do you believe that a person’s soul gives them a little advance notice that their time on earth is almost done. In the months prior to my husbands unexpected death, he started talking about how lonely it was going to be when one of us is gone and the other is left behind. He made me some wooden flowers and it was important to him that I knew he made them just for me because he knew I liked them so much. Just little things. He commented that if anything should happen to him I should probably sell the house because it was to much for me to keep up. I thought it kind of strange at the time but a few months later he passed away quite unexpectedly.

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  10. Erika says:

    George: Good day, my father died 6 months ago, I was notified three days after it happened and I could not say goodbye to his remains, I feel guilty of everything that happened before his departure, and I would like him to know that I am sorry and that I loved him very much, this feeling does not let me live, I know about you, because he was a great admirer, he read me the book about you “We don’t die”. please tell me how I could let him know what I feel and that I regret everything that happened, please help me let him go.

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    • George Anderson says:

      Unfortunately, I cannot help you with that. The souls have advised me to stick with my own ability which is why I don’t weigh in on anyone else’s. The only thing I can offer is that I have been trying to do a few live events each year where the ticket prices are between $50-$75 dollars. I do discernments of audience members during those events, but of course, you are not guaranteed a session.

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  11. Grace A Gadsby says:

    Hey George!
    I was watching one of your Facebook videos last night. I think I might of misunderstood something that really upset me. Maybe you can help me out… You were talking about when we pass over we either go to a place that is all loving and beautiful or we go to a place where we don’t remember anything, we have a 50/50 shot. I don’t understand this comment? It seems to go against everything else you say. I am not sure if I spaced out for a second and missed something before this comment, but can you please explain?
    I believe and I thought you did as well that when we pass over we will be greeted by our loved ones ect. Our 9 year old son and I found his father/ my fiance dead on the couch this time last year. Our son see’s him sometimes. He asked his dad what is it like being the way you are? He answered by saying there is no pain here and if I want something all I have to do is imagine it and I have it. I get so many signs from him… I could go on and on with the things he does! But when I heard I could go to a place where I remember nothing, it was like being punched in the stomach. I am really looking forward to being with my love again.

    Thanks, Grace

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    • George Anderson says:

      I believe you misunderstood what I was saying. Any soul who has come through speaks about being met by loved ones or pets in the hereafter as well as being free from all physical pains and ailments we experience here on Earth.

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  12. Kathy Bell says:

    Hello George. Just finished your book, Walking in the Garden of Souls which I was especially interested in after losing our son 11 years ago at age 27. Quite soon after his death, he appeared to me vividly 3 times in dreams with the message that all was well and he was perfect. It comforted me very much. He has not appeared to me in that way since then and I was wondering if that is because his soul came back as another person. Can souls who choose to return to earth and currently occupy a different body still appear to us? Thanks for considering my question.

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  13. Melissa says:

    Hi George,

    I just binged two of your audio books in 2 days, and they were great. I’m curious about reincarnation, if our souls are always on the other side when we reincarnate do we shed that former personality to become the new person we transition into?

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  14. GRACE Gadsby says:

    Hi George!
    Are you able to tell me the time difference from this side and the hereafter? Does 1 month feel the same here and there? Can you please explain?
    There is a reason for this question. The reason is to much to write, hopefully we can meet soon.

    Thank You.
    Grace

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  15. Julie says:

    Hello George,
    I have read all of your books, and am now reading “Ask George”. I am so thrilled with this book that I will be ordering several more for loved ones who will benefit.

    My question is, is the book available in the Italian language! A friend has been suffering for several years, after losing her husband of 60 years, and to fully absorb your writing within this book, she would benefit from an Italian version.

    Thank you George for the gift you lovingly share. I believe this particular book would benefit every household, on a spiritual level.

    Love, Julie

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  16. Mathew says:

    Hello George,
    I have recently in my reading come across the concept of “exit points” for souls. They are apparently preplanned opportunities for souls to return to the hereafter that occur at different times during a lifetime. If there is any validity to this, could a person like myself, who has lost the love of his life, and has little desire to continue, to consciously choose my next exit point? I would be grateful to know your thoughts, as I trust your opinion. Thank you

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    • George Anderson says:

      I’m really not sure. We really don’t get there until we are supposed to be there. Our loved ones in the Hereafter just ask that we do our best to complete our journeys here, and all the souls I’ve heard from who did continue on with their journeys were thrilled to have made it to the finish line and to have persevered here on earth.

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  17. Sherry says:

    Hello George,
    My Son, my only child passed away unexpectedly a few months ago. The shock left me with a form of PTSD. A few weeks later he communicated a major sign with me, he has shown me several more undeniable signs since then.
    I am amongst thousands of people who believe in you and thank you for sharing your gift with us. To make sessions affordable for so many of us who are in major emotional pain is it possible to have “Mini Group Phone Sessions” where all participants can ask a limited number of short questions?
    Thanks again.

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    • George Anderson says:

      Unfortunately, that’s not how the sessions work. It isn’t a Q&A. The souls come through to convey their messages, and it would be too difficult and confusing for me to keep everything straight and make sure the message was being conveyed properly with multiple people with different situations all on the phone at the same time.

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  18. Bonnie says:

    Hi George, I just discovered you and you’re books just recently! I am amazed at you’re abilities and I am really impressed with the way you explained yourself and experiences in “We don’t die”. I have so many questions, as we all do and if this is normal thinking, I feel like a little spec in this world amongst all the millions of people who would like to have a one on one with you. When we loose a loved one we can’t figure out how the world and everyone in it can keep going on. I have had experiences of my loved ones letting me know there still around. I think my big question is if our loved ones are with us still, can they see us in our physical and our surroundings?? Looking forward to listening to more of you’re books!!

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    • George Anderson says:

      From what I can recall, I do feel they can see us here. They do not know everything as we may think though. But do the best they can to let us know they are near but on their terms not always on ours.

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  19. James Keegan says:

    Hi George,
    First I want to say thank you for a wonderful reading I had with you on May 15. You were generous with the time as it went for about an hour and twenty minutes. The people I wanted to hear from came through, that being my entire family of mother, father and sister. You were right on pretty much everything but I have several questions that bother me about the other side.

    First my Mother came through saying she did not believe we had a dysfunctional family relationship, though it had it’s good points. I totally disagreed. granted they did the best they could and life was not horrendous. The dysfunction had to do with, and I will speak in a general way, a long term affair my mother had with another person.

    What made the reading funny is that the man, who my Mom had an affair with came through as well. He spoke in a general way not really saying much. The relationship was not acknowledged but he said he was friends with my Mom and Dad, which was true until they were not. Now I knew that this person had passed away recently and he came through stating that he is with my parents and are together in a good way.

    This evening I spoke with this gentleman’s daughter and it turns out he committed suicide by shooting himself in the head while his wife was in the home. It was awful, messy and many people were deeply hurt. From my understanding suicides go to a darker level and come across in different way then those who pass in a natural or accidental manner. In the reading there was no indication of this.

    So I guess I have two questions. 1) Can our loved ones be wrong in the afterlife about what transpired in real life? And 2) would not a suicide come through darker or at least indicate they had taken their life?

    Thank You

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    • George Anderson says:

      I don’t think they can be wrong from over there, but perhaps sometimes do not really want to carry around “old baggage”as it serves no purpose now.
      Getting into complete harmony there is what is important for them and us. In regards to the individual you mentioned taking his own life, I have heard as you have from other books and such that they supposedly go to a “darker place”. I don’t really agree with that as in my sessions the soul comes forward differently depending on the circumstances. This individual was no doubt not in the right frame of mind. We also can’t pretend to know what nightmares were going through his head. Especially men, as sadly men do not talk comfortably about their feelings. The soul may not discuss their feelings right away. Perhaps, they need some time to rest and pull themselves together. The souls in the Hereafter do their best to show love and endless compassion; thus help the individual to help themselves. This can take time. Pray to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary on his behalf; and for the benefit of those left behind here.

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  20. Jeff says:

    My sincere apologies, I’ve noticed that I haven’t fully sentenced my phrase. It was yesterday that it was 14 months ago my cat passed to the other side.

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  21. Susan says:

    George did a discernment for me at the Helping Parents Heal conference. I was and still am very early in my grief , as she only passed away this past February, 10 days after her 21st birthday..She was my only child. . My daughter Brittany came through very strong. I was shocked, but not surprised how forceful she was because that was her personality while she was here. The thing that amazed me is that she started speaking to George long before I even knew I was going to attend that conference. I found out about the conference in late March and it had been at full capacity for months. I emailed Irene V and she told me the hotel was full and registration was over a while ago. She was able to open registration for me though, and someone had cancelled their room in the hotel. I had only asked for a simple room, but the room was a very nice suite where I could feel relaxed and find some peace while I was there. Brittany knew I was attending that conference since Feb. and I was grateful for that . I traveled to the conference alone, but I knew right away that it would not stay that way. I met some great people and I enjoyed listening to everyone speak about the afterlife . I truly needed that.. I know Brittany knew I needed to hear from her. We were very close and traveled together since she was very young. She was basically glued to my hip early on. As she got older, not so much. I miss my girl and I still have very dark days, but I know she is in a safe place. I want to thank George for attending that conference and helping me along this very difficult path..

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  22. Charlann says:

    My precious 19 year old grandson passed away nine (9) months ago today. I have tried to be strong for my daughter, his mother, who is having great difficulty. He was my sunshine and his absence has changed me and my world even though I am blessed in so many other ways. I have not felt communication with him even though he is almost always on my mind. When I’m alone, I call out to him aloud as I weep. I am so desperate to hear from him. Thankfully, my dear daughter feels ongoing communication with him. I am eager to get into one of your sessions and will work on doing so, but do you have suggestions for me while I wait? I am asking the Holy Spirit for to take this horrible sadness and to give me wisdom and peace.

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    • George Anderson says:

      Sometimes we look so hard for signs that we overlook them. Perhaps when you think of him, it is because you subconsciously feel him near you. When you talk out loud to him – it could also be because he’s near you. These are all signs you might be overlooking. Our loved ones know we grieve, but they ask us to not let our grief overwhelm us. They want us to do our best to move forward on our own journeys and find joy where we can. Remember, every day is one day less and one day closer to being reunited.

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      • Charlann says:

        Thank you, Mr. Anderson, for your comforting response. My daughter has told me many times to look for signs that Robert is near. My keyboard has been out of commission, but this morning I was searching my bookmarks, and lo and behold, there was your message. My daughter has also urged me to be open to signs of a technological nature! I am so grateful for your gift and you sharing with me.

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    • JoAnn says:

      Charlann,I am truly sorry for the loss of your grandson and the pain that you and your daughter are going through.I totally agree with George that we do over look signs when we are so deep in our grief.I too feel that he is with you those times he is on your mind.Im so glad that your daughter is getting ongoing communication from him, please know that by her sharing those communications with you it is meant to ease your heart also.Our loved ones know we grieve but want for us to eventually heal and learn to live again in our new “normal”.Its not easy,but time does have a way of allowing us to move forward. Please know that the bond you and your grandson had is still ongoing and that will never change,he knows your heart and wants for your heart to have peace,do your best to do that because that is his wish for you and for his other loved ones. The bright spot is eventually we will all be reunited with our loved ones and knowing they are in a wonderful place so full of love and light is comforting. Charlann,I hope you will let the deep sadness leave you and in its place have acceptance,strength,and above all peace .Bless you and your daughter

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      • Charlann says:

        Thank you for your encouragement. It is amazing how soothing words can be and I love your reminder of Robert’s wishes for his loved ones. I am deeply appreciates your hopes and prayers.

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  23. Theresa says:

    Hi George- Our son passed away seven months ago. He was in his early twenties and died suddenly in a hit and run accident while walking in a road. He may have been intoxicated while walking and it was late at night and very dark. The idea that his choices that night may have shortened his life tears me apart. Your books state that although seemingly tragic, there are no accidents. That it is simply a means to pass to the other side. Is this always the case and how have you come to know this? And why would a soul pick such a horrific way to pass instead of a more peaceful passing? Thank you for your help and god bless you for helping all of us.

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    • George Anderson says:

      Every soul is on his or her own particular experience and will use their free will to follow it, accordingly. I have learned so much from the souls in the Hereafter and continue to learn and try to lend a compassionate hand. I do not have all the answers, yet, but I continue to make progress.

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  24. Howard Sanders says:

    I have also read all of your books but have a question that has puzzled me. Considering your thoughts on hell and souls, how is the miracle of Fatima explained when the children were told about hell? Any other thoughts on this miracle?

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  25. Margaret says:

    Is my son Patrick at peace? Does he know how much I love him and how sad his sisters and I are? Did he feel pain when he died? Did he try to save himself?

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  26. Christy says:

    I lost my oldest son on March 11 2018 suddenly due to an acute cardiac arrhythmia, he had just turned 34. I was able to perform CPR almost immediately until the paramedics arrived. They were able to get a regular heartbeat but, unfortunately, not before he sustained severe brain damage. He held on for 8 days until he could fight no more. I never knew the human heart could hurt so bad and have had some health issues with my own heart since his passing. We were so very close and he always knew what to say to ease my fears and concerns. I lost my daddy 18 days before my son and my son spoke at his funeral and did a wonderful job. I haven’t had a session yet but I am planning on doing one very soon. I have read almost all of your books and they have been of great comfort. I have a husband and two surviving sons that I adore but my will to live has definitely been shattered. I know my son would not want me to suffer and would want me to continue on my journey but it’s so hard. I feel like since he never had children of his own he can’t know how much I love him and miss him. Do you think because he had trouble with his brain at the end of his life here on Earth he would have trouble communicating from the hereafter? Thank you for all that you do for those who are going through grief.

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    • George Anderson says:

      I’m sorry for your loss. Yes, your son would want you to keep moving forward with your own spiritual journey. Rest assured, he is free of any and all ailments he suffered here. Those were only to his physical body. I have never had a session where someone who had a brain injury here had any trouble communicating.

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  27. Andre JP Guillet says:

    Good afternoon George:
    My name is Andre, I used to own a French restaurant in Commack. You used to come.
    I went to one of your session with Msgr. Hartman. Send you a couple of client
    You are a gift from God! Thank you and May God bless you
    would love the opportunity to speak with you

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  28. Barb Gudschinsky says:

    Hi George. I came to see you many years ago and was grateful to receive relief from a heavy heart. I have one question of something so sentimental to that it haunts me. Is there a way I
    Dan pay for a one question response be email so as not to take up too much of your precious time? Thank you for considering this question. Blessing to you. Barb

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    • George Anderson says:

      Unfortunately, the ability doesn’t work that way. I can’t control who comes through and what they want to say.  What you may want to hear from your loved one might not be deemed important to the loved one that passed away. They choose their own messages, not wanting to interfere too much in our own spiritual journeys.

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  29. kathy says:

    Regarding those close to us who have passed…twice in my life I have had what I can only describe as “watching a movie on screen” but with the ability to speak to those in the “movie” and their ability to speak back without my actually saying words. This happened just as I was falling asleep–not yet asleep, but eyes closed. Both times I was not thinking of anything in particular and both times it involved loved ones who have passed. Looking in hindsight, the first time this happened seemed to be giving me a sort of “head’s up”. My dad, his brother, (both younger than I knew them) and their parents (my grandparents) appeared and spoke to me–with my dad going last and I having the feeling he was a bit reluctant to say too much. Not long after this “vision”, my brother passed very unexpectedly. My dad would have known how hard this would be on the family, so maybe that is why he was more reluctant than my uncle and grandparents. Then some months after my brother’s passing…the same type of “vision” which again was like watching a movie but interactive…..but this time, it was my brother who passed, walking hand in hand with Jacinta (from the Fatima visionaries) whom I have always loved. This made me feel that he was in a wonderful place and safe. George, is there a name for these types of experiences or are they something you’ve heard of before? Again–I’m in my 60s and I’ve only had two my whole life–but both have had a real impact on me and I can recall both perfectly even though it’s been more than 20 years ago. They just “happened”. I did nothing to bring them on–no advance thought…nothing. In every way, they were just like having a full color, full screen movie unfold in front of me.

    Thanks! and I hope your recovery continues to go well!

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    • Robin says:

      Hello Kathy,
      I am obviously reading over some past remarks on George Anderson’s site. I came across yours and found that I had a similar experience and was a bit puzzled by it. I know I was not asleep just as your were saying. I had just closed my eyes. My husband, who crossed two years ago, came to me in what i have decscribed as a film strip. It seemed as though the filmstrip was moving on my eyelids. It’s very strange but I knew it was him and I knew I was awake. No words were spoken. It was a comfort to me….bu sadly for some reason I cannot remember much about his visit.

      I have had many signs from my husband. I know that he is safe and loved and that I will see him again.They have changed my life.

      Take care,
      Robin

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  30. Edward Archer says:

    Hello George,
    I have read all of your books. In them, you have stated that there is no deity on the other side. You have also stated that Christ provides help for those who take their own life. From those statements, I have concluded that Christ is a soul of the highest order, but not a deity. Thus he can’t be God or part of a Trinity. Am I wrong in thinking this? I really appreciate your response!

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  31. Lori Seadore says:

    I am and have been involved in a very intense and severe spiritual situation that has progressed over the years. I used an Ouija board in college thirty years ago and now am involved in a situation that no one seems to be able to assist me with. I was told this would cost me the life of a dear elderly friend. A witchdoctor placed a brujeria witchcraft death spell on him a year ago, and he died one year later to the exact day. I am absolutely devastated. This has left me numb and so upset, yet I didn’t know how to get us the help we have needed with this situation. This cost my friend his finances, pets, health, home, and his life. I don’t know how to bring the people involved accountable? Perhaps it’s not something I am to do? I don’t know how to prove this to the authorities? I don’t know how to move on with my life, my friend and I were inseparable for twenty-five years. I know he was killed because of his association with me. I would like to contact him and tell him how very, very sorry I am for everything. This whole situation just makes me sick, and yet I still haven’t been able to find anyone who can assist me. He was murdered and I can’t prove it. I have been verbally told I am dealing with demons who delve in witchcraft.

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    • George Anderson says:

      Always keep your antennas up, and never get involved in all this wacky bull! Pray to St. Michael the Archangel for protection, help and guidance. Look online for the Prayer to St. Michael composed by Pope Leo XXIII. We always prayed it after mass. I say it as I am falling asleep at night!

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  32. Joe C. says:

    George, I find your answer to Lori interesting. I’ve read all of your books and find them quite comforting. However, you have mentioned more than once that there is no hell at least the one the church says exists. Yet you advise people to say the prayer St. Michael the Archangel. I’m confused!

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    • George Anderson says:

      I don’t believe in hell unless you create or seek it for yourself. Even I pray to St. Michael, as I am falling asleep at night. The same prayer that was said after low Mass before John XXIII took that away from u,s as well as so many other spiritually beliefs that stood the test of time. Look at The Church now! What a dreadful mess it has become! The prayer to St Michael I encourage people to say to take away any fears or anxieties; to bring peace, comfort,and pleasantness. Yes, much of the wording is a bit “old world,” but that is the way it was then. Let me say I do expand on the prayer for myself as I look at the world around us.

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  33. Wendy Voegelin says:

    George, there is something I have always wondered and it is this. Do those in the Afterlife, fall in love with other souls or is this of the physical realm?

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    • Janis True Heiden says:

      George, This is such a wonderful site where we can share our thoughts. Thank you for this. I love your books and have read most of them. I have received many signs over the last 50+ years. Actually one had to do with one of your books. “Walking In The Garden Of Souls”. I picked up my mobile phone and there was your book. I didn’t touch any buttons, nothing. I refer to this as “my angel tapping me on my head getting my attention” They clearly wanted me to read this part of the book. (The part when the two young people had to walk in the snow.) It was as if my mother was speaking to me through your book. Everything that was mentioned in those few pages was as if it was meant for me. My father passed at a very young age from cancer and that’s when the signs started. I know what heaven smells like, but can’t tell you because there’s nothing on earth to compare it to. I had a vision of my father many years ago and his eyes were a beautiful green. There’s no color on this earth to compare that to either. The last time I went to the cemetery I told him I wouldn’t be back. My mom would be joining him soon. The area has become very dangerous over the years. I love clouds so I took some pictures of them told him I loved him and I would see him again when it was my time. I got into my car and the odometer read 1964. That was the year he died. I looked at the pictures I had taken and you can clearly see an outline of a figure with their arm outreached. It was as if my father was saying until we meet again. People think I’m making this all up but I’m not. I couldn’t lie about something so sacred and blessed. I hope to write a book one day about all of the beautiful signs I’ve received. Your books have helped me in so many ways, and I thank you for that. I believe in you with all my heart, and what you do for people gives me comfort and peace. One day I hope to meet you in person, that would definitely be a dream come true. I haven’t been on this site for a few months but will continue to visit now and then. It brings me joy. I somehow forgot what my user name is but I’ll try and take a guess. Thank you again for everything you do. Peace, love and blessings, Jan

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  34. Yvonne Ceslak says:

    I am late in the game, but I just saw the Instagram photo of your Christmas tree. When you decorate a tree you don’t mess around! Looks great! Another reflection of the energy and upbeat nature of your art.
    And the last live cast?… so helpful and educational…and love the sense of humor. We should always take some minutes out of the day to laugh aloud.
    Yvonne Ceslak

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  35. illegalchickens says:

    I will never be able to afford your sessions, but I adore your live Facebook AMAs, your frankness and levity are awesome. I always smile with your comments, and have to watch when I take drinks or else I’ll wind up with something hitting my sinuses. Thank you for giving your time to the public!

    If you’re ever in Nova Scotia, hit me up for dinner ^_^

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  36. J.A. Davis says:

    This question is for George: Has the following come up in any of the sessions? – Since in the very beginning we were created against our will (you can’t ask a soul if it wants to exist before it’s brought into being), do we have the right to refuse to live another lifetime? When we are in the afterlife, can we say, “No”, I won’t go back to earth again? Is anyone ever forced to return?

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  37. Debra Goranson says:

    I just finished reading “Life Between Heaven and Earth.” I felt such tremendous relief to find a book that mirrors my own findings. My daughter, Angelee, died on April 12, 2009; that horrible event led me to this decade-long search to find her and where she is. My soul group and other soul groups have furnished me information slowly as I was able to assimilate it. At first, I thought that her death at 17 was the original plan. Finding out through many medium sessions with different psychic-mediums ( I even attended the Arthur Findlay College in England in my pursuit of the truth about my beloved child.) that she had not died in the way and time that had been planned caused me to intensify my search for the truth. At first, my guides tried to adhere to the original plans for this incarnation. When that failed, other options were exercised. We are now on a different path that involves my other daughters, as well. My own life has been extended in order to facilitate this change. I should have died at 61, but I need to stay for a while longer. I truly appreciate your exposing the variability that occurs on both sides of the veil. So many mediums don’t understand there is no true perfection on either side. Thank you for your book.

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  38. LMS says:

    I wanted to share how reading “We Don’t Die” brought me a communication from my beloved husband who passed away 3 months ago. Thank you for all you do, and for my sweet husband finding ways to comfort me during these horrible days of grief……

    A few weeks ago I returned from a business trip overseas and all went well with it. Although I have to say my return triggered a flood of grief and tears when, after I boarded my flight, I began to think about all the things that wouldn’t happen that usually do when I return from such a trip.

    * My husband wouldn’t be awake at an ungodly hour checking flight status and texting me on it. 
    * We wouldn’t be texting back and forth about how happy we were that I was on my way home
    * When I switched on my phone after landing, the text from him that said “Welcome home baby!” wouldn’t be there
    * The phone call as I was driving home from the airport where we talked about not going anywhere for days, just being with each other
    * The meal he prepared for me after every trip – pasta accompanied by Santa Margherita wine.

    This was a routine we repeated over and over again. We were creatures of habit and the history in my messaging app from countless trips over the years are evidence of that.

    I sat on the plane with tears streaming down my face missing him, and us, so terribly. I realized I needed to divert myself from these thoughts so I continued listening to an audible version of “We Don’t Die”.

    As I was listening, I fell asleep with the story still playing. When I woke up, I realized it was still playing and I heard the following from the narration:

    “George has seen a scene from the film Gigi for a spirit named Maurice (Chevalier)…” and a few sentences further along, “One time a widow’s husband’s spirit kept singing, “Every little breeze seems to whisper Louise”.  

    This was a song sung by Maurice Chevalier in 1929.  My husband had found this song and memorized the words because it’s one of the few love songs that includes a close reference to my christened name, Louisa. He surprised me back in 2011 by singing it to me from beginning to end and he would routinely text a link to it to me, to help me smile on my way home from a long and exhausting business trip.

    When I heard the narration, first the reference to Maurice Chevalier, and then the reference to the song “Louise” I realized that I had received yet another sign or a communication from my husband at a very vulnerable and sad point. 

    Chance? I know a skeptic would think so. 

    However, this is now my 9th sign in the three months since he died; 1 utterance of a code phrase we had agreed on before he died, 6 printed appearances of a code word (again agreed on together before he died), one reference to a little known poem we discussed at length during his decline and now this reference to a song that was very meaningful to both of us, and not known by almost anyone else.

    It only reinforces my confidence that my husband is ok, that his consciousness or spirit continues in another place that we don’t fully understand, that other people and varying sources (conversation, FaceBook posts, books and news articles) can play a role in helping him communicate and that he seeks to comfort me during the worst of my grief. 

    Knowing these things doesn’t remove or fix my grief, but it does help me realize that he is with me in more than just my memories. 

    He is gone but not gone. The task ahead for me is to find a way to make the most of the time I have, to live a life of meaning, contribution and happiness wherever possible and to perhaps some day, see him again.

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  39. C J says:

    Somebody mentions grief, or taking the life that is theirs to take or not, and then all the obnoxious cliches come out and the lamest and most dismissive recommendations seem to be to call one of these phone lines that are predatory on grief. If you can do it, and you might not realize how good you can be at living, my experience assures me it’s better to go through it my own way, whatever that may be, for me at least. You most likely will come up with something especially for you, and other than the difficult or painful, or with the danger that you might live anyway and perhaps less healthily. You might give yourself time, eventually discovering that you’re pretty good at this, so it’s not just that dull habit of living that everyone wants you to cling to so that they can stay undisturbed in their zombie lives. It can feel liberating that now you can live without fear of the big fear everyone but a few seems to have. So now I don’t fear that, I “fear” things that would distract me from meditation, or sleep or dreaming, which for me could include such things as paperwork or other such things. There’s more to say, anyway, maybe a bit sleepy, so I can consider resting now.

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  40. Mark says:

    You know that feeling (inside of us) right from wrong ? I get the same feeling within me when I learn about individual mediums that are out there. I have only found a few that give me the feeling that they are true. That doesn’t mean I am right it probably means that those Mediums connect with me somehow but how I’m not sure. Most I’ve looked into I get the feeling that no they are not. Although I have not had a reading with George, My gut feeling is yes .. He does connect with those on the other side. Just my opinion of course. I don’t know why I get such strong feelings in this way but I did have a reading with another Medium (from the U.K.) that I researched, and during the reading with family members that were crossed over I was told by the other side that I was led to him by them if that makes any sense.

    I do think that if you see, hear, read, watch a Medium like George, the messages they are giving to other people can also be used by the other side to give you the messages you need to hear as well. Like they take that opportunity to use that message to touch your heart as well .. Then when you get that feeling you know they are speaking to you or letting you know they see what going on in your life. Georges latest book “ LIFE BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH “ talked to me in this way. I was floored that every story told talked to me personally and I knew my family over there was using this to talk to me through those stories. Again I don’t know how this works but I feel it and I get a true feeling and I know it’s them getting my attention.

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  41. DMC says:

    1994 – I am looking for a dream book, “We Don’t Die” is sitting on the floor and catches my attention, I walk away but it is mentally screaming to pick it up. I head to the counter to pay, and I feel the need to ask the sales person to follow me to the book and tell me where it belongs. They say, “not in this area.” So, I say, “Well then I will take that book too.” I cannot read enough of your books at this time and feel the need to see you. I had never even heard of a medium before that book.

    I call every first Tuesday of the month between 4 pm and 6pm to get an appointment for about 2 years, No internet, just a phone with a curly cord. Life takes over, my husband and I start a family in 1996 and in 1998 I try again, first Tuesday of the month ritual. I am able to get through and am able to make an appointment for a “group discernment”, I believe that is what is was called, at a hotel in Long Island.

    That evening, roughly 30 people attended and I was lucky to get a brief reading. That reading was one of love and pure connection. You had their personality to a “T”, the exact words to let me know “they” were still with me. I felt this in my heart, it was EXACTLY what I needed.

    I asked my loved one right before to do something special for a woman next to me whom I had never met before that night, and that small request happened right before my reading. THAT impressed me even more and made me believe how totally correct you are in saying, THEY DON’T DIE. You told me, “They hear you every time you talk to them.” George Anderson, 21 years later, I carry that with me every day and believe you helped me turn my negative into a positive and I thank you!

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  42. Kathy Hogan says:

    George:
    I have been reading your book with my physiologist I find it vey interesting, I lost my Dad when I was 15 years old I am now 67 years old, really haven’t come to terms with his death he was my best friend and my right hand person I life it has not been the same. My life now consist of wanting to be with my Dad every day. I think of killing myself all the time. I have tried killing myself and failed. I am really suffering with this. Would my dad be upset with me for killing myself or would he be very happy to see me. Hopefully you can help me, I would be very grateful,

    Kathy

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    • George Anderson says:

      Our loved ones stress that while they understand our grief, they do not want us to be overcome by it. They want us to continue to complete our own spiritual journeys here – and do our best to find joy wherever and whenever we can. Those who have endured similar grief and stuck it out here have said from the Hereafter they are proud of themselves for sticking it out and seeing their spiritual journeys through. Those who haven’t often regret that decision and say they wish they had stuck it out here. Remember, each day is one day less and brings us one step closer to a joyous reunion. And completing whatever lesson you chose for yourself here is an important part of your spiritual growth.

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  43. Kathy Hogan says:

    DEAR GEORGE:

    I WAS READING YOUR BOOK AND I WAS TURNED OFF FROM READING ANY MORE. WHAT BOTHERED ME IS THE FOLLOWING.

    IF YOU CAN BE TURNED DOWN FOR NOT COMPLETEING YOUR MISSION AND IF YOU DON’T KNOW YOUR MISSION THEN HOW CAN YOU COMPLETE IT?

    DOES THAT MEAN THAT MY DAD (WHO DIED WHEN I WAS FIFTEEN AND HE WAS FORTY SEVEN ) WAS HIS MISSION COMPLETED?

    BY THE WAY MY FRIEND HAS THIS QUESTION. WHAT HAPPENS YO MASS MURDERS IN THERE AFTER LIFE?

    THANK YOU,

    KATHY HOGAN

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    • George Anderson says:

      I think you misunderstood. You can’t be turned down for not completing your mission. This life is part of your spiritual journey and you choose what you want to learn. If you don’t learn what you needed to, then you may choose to come here again to learn more depending on what you choose for your own spiritual growth.

      As for mass murderers, no one gets away with anything. Eventually they have to face what they did in order to have any spiritual growth.

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      • Grace Gadsby says:

        Absolutely, even when I’m at my lowest and I think I that I will suffer forever, I can still think of things that I am grateful for.
        Hence, my husband died at home 2017 on the couch downstairs very early morning. Our eight year old wakes up to watch cartoons and is sitting on the couch across from him for about 20 minutes and at this point Rick had crossed over hours ago.l come downstsirs at about 7:15 a.m. our son looks up to me as I’m walking down the stairs and said daddy he’s not waking up his phone keeps ringing for him to be at work. So you can imagine the horror and the screams, but you know what he crossed over at home under the same roof with tthe two people that love him the most. That is a blessing!! I will ever remain grateful for that!
        Not to mention the other signs that we get. My husband Rick has big personality therefore big soul. I have a voicemail from him from last summer and in the background you can hear chanting, I’m assuming from other souls.It was a courtesy call from a music store that I’ve never received before or since, but Rick has been on their emailing list for a long time, George’s music Center. I see another fantastic medium and she brought that up. Rick said,nyou don’t know the strings I had to pull to get that through. Lol.. I was really going through it I had been asking him to please please I just want to hear your voice I just want to hear your voice again.That is just one of many signs that we receive everyday. Multiple times a day when I look at the clock it is whatever hour and the minutes are 33. This started right after Rick crossed over. I see it more often when I’m having a tough time. That is one of his ways to let me know that he still here.
        I know when he’s here, I can feel him. I tell him, you know I can’t see you but you can see me so stand there and I point so I know I’m looking at hin.
        Our son saw him I thought once a month for the first year. Our son Lucas said the first time he could feel Daddy he sat on his lap and he asked him what is it like where you are? Daddy answered by saying there is no pain where I’m at and it’s really cool because if you really want something you just have to think about it and you have it. Our son did say he does look different he looks a little younger and a little heavier, I’ve heard when you cross over and if someone sees you you look your best self.
        I’m so grateful to know that there are gifted people like George Anderson and the medium that I see. I’m grateful to know that there is no death Rick is still living a life and I will be with him again. I told him you better not go anywhere.. 🤣 he will listen.. lol

        Respectfully,
        Grace Gadsby

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  44. Katherine says:

    Hi George, I was fortunate to have a private reading with you via telephone last November 2018 in which my then-recently departed father came through quite strongly. His personality came through clearly, and when you relayed that he told you there was nothing anyone could have done to prevent his illness and passing, and that he stated “ if I wasn’t supposed to be over here they would have sent my a** back” I knew you had him there with you. Anyway as part of that session my father communicated that when he crossed he came to know that he and I had been in many lifetimes together and that he didn’t want to return to this last one but I managed to talk him into it. That left me wondering how the souls relate to us after discovering (or rediscovering) such knowledge, i.e. to me now he is my father and only my father, and that is how he came through, but once crossed and he knows me as a brother, sister, parent, friend, employer, or whatever in many past lives, I just wonder how he relates to me and others left behind now, given he is my dad to me but I am perhaps a collection of identities to him. Thank you and be well.

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