Messages from Beyond
I was thrilled to be invited to Sue Vincent’s blog and contribute a post after reading her post titled – A Ghost of Myself,
It seems that by the interaction of conversation in comments in both our posts, many bloggers were interested in this enigmatic topic about life after earth and offered up some incidences they’ve also encountered in their comments. Sue decided that since so many were fascinated by the subject that she would invite bloggers to submit their stories to her so she could share them on her blog too. Sue created a post as an invitation. Elusive Realities – An Invitation to Share Your Stories.
Messages from Beyond
Thanks so much Sue for your open invitation for writers to guest post at your beautiful blog. I’m finally taking you up on it as it’s been awhile.
In light of your recent blog post, A Ghost of Myself and another by Stevie Turner, they prompted memories of some paranormal experiences I’ve encountered in my own life and thought I might share here.
It’s natural for us to be skeptical about what happens in the afterlife – Are we really dead? Is there life after death? Does the soul live on? Those are just a few questions lingering in our minds, particularly when we come close to death ourselves or encounter the loss of a loved one.
How many of us has given much thought about what lies on ‘the other side’? Do you believe in spirits visiting us from the beyond? When I was young I would wonder about these things and although I was curious, I remained skeptical until I began experiencing visits from some of my loved ones. It wasn’t that their spirits appeared to me as a vision, but rather, through my sense of smell, touch and intuitive messages I’d receive invoking an inner-knowing that comes over me.
I was very close with my father and after he passed away, now 27 years, I began sensing when he was around me. When he visits me there’s a distinct odor that surrounds me, . . . Continue Reading
D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction/memoir writer, who writes from her own life experiences and self-medicates with a daily dose of humor.