Tag Archives: spirit contact
Author Martin Caidin was fascinated with psychokinesis—the ability to move objects with his mind. We’ve previously written about how met him at a bookstore in Gainesville, Florida where Marty and I (Rob) and others were doing a collective book signing … Continue reading
Synchronicity often proves to be the language of anomalous events. Whether we pay attention or not depends on how closely we’re paying attention to the events in our own lives. This experience involves a cat, a grandmother, a book, and … Continue reading
This synchro and spirit contact story comes from our blogging friend, Mike Perry, who also writes about synchronicity. He and his wife, Karin, were visiting the wife, Sara, of Mike’s closest friend, Jim, who died some years ago. Mike has … Continue reading
On September 27, we spent an enjoyable hour talking with author and psychiatrist Bernie Beitman about synchronicity and spirit contact.
This video shows synchronicity in action!
Alzheimer’s is an insidious disease that ultimately steals who you are by obliterating your memories and causing your brain to forget how to do the most fundamental things. In the advances stages, you don’t know what a fork is, how … Continue reading
We recently sent our blogging friend, Mike Perry of the U.K., the e-galley of our book Secrets of Spirit Communication. Mike is mentioned in the book and over the years has contributed a great deal to our knowledge on all … Continue reading
These photos taken behind a home near the Monroe Institute At your next family gathering, bring up the topic of spirit communication. The reaction of the group will tell you quite a bit about how people generally regard the … Continue reading
Spirit contact stories with animals are often so inspiring and awesome that other people leave comments about what they’ve experienced with their animal friends who have passed on. We recently ran a post called Rachel & the Wren, about one … Continue reading
We receive some fascinating spirit contact stories, but Rachel’s is one of my favorites. In 2003, she and her husband, Nick, retired from his law practice in SC and moved to their beach house. Nick had a fear of aging, … Continue reading
In May 2016, the husband of our friend Nancy Atkinson was diagnosed with glioblastoma, the same type of brain cancer that killed Ted Kennedy and Anne Strieber and that Senator John McCain has. He was given 12 to 15 months … Continue reading
Finally available again, with a great cover from David Dodd at Crossroad Press. $3.99 at Amazon You see your grandmother’s favorite bird outside your window not long after her death. You inexplicably feel drawn to vacation at a remote location … Continue reading