There is no deathOctober 17 2011 at 2:34 PM
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Response to Do loved ones bid farewell from beyond the grave?
Yes, it is.
We are not our bodies and change vibration at 'death'.
We retain the Mind, one attribute of which is that it constantly sends thoughts, it receives them as well. The received thought is always subjective and is rarely recognised for what it is, except by those who are aware of the possibility.
An example: One day at any time you suddenly think of someone whom you haven't heard of in years - just out of the blue. Within a very short time the phone rings/ a letter arrives from the person. 'Why, that's a strange coincidence' you think - I was only thinking of them this morning/yesterday. The receipt of an incoming thought is instant, regardless of time zones, etc.
What has happened is that THEY have thought of YOU and you remember registering the thought. Because it was not a day to day connection, it stood out.
Taking this further, the nature of the thought will tell you the mood of the person towards you, or the circumstance behind the reason for the thought - happy, angry, sombre, etc. This is more pronounced if you have done some psychic development work.
As you cannot die, the thought will reach you by normal means, indeed because you have shed the body it may be much easier and if they have heard of your 'passing' their sense of shock should 'open' the channel.
Rupert Sheldrake has done some interesting work with animals, who have a well developed sense of mind to mind communication.