Guest author: D. G. Kaye – A visit to Heaven | Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

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Visiting Heaven


In keeping with the theme of the Afterlife for Sue Vincent’s series where she invites writers to share their experiences with spirit and visitors from beyond, I contributed this post about my visit to heaven.


Guest author: D. G. Kaye – A visit to Heaven

I am doubly grateful to Debby for sharing this story, as I know that many people will relate to what she recounts. I met my great-grandfather in very similar circumstances, a number of times…though it was always in a wood such as the ones we had often walked together… and only when I truly needed his sage advice.

It may be argued by some that these encounters are created in dream by the mind and imagination, born from a need for comfort and reassurance. Others will accept Debby’s suggestion of astral travel and some will see it as a meeting beyond life. Whatever the explanation, such an encounter can only be born of love…


I’m happy to be back here to share an intimate story from the beyond. I recently wrote a guest post here for Sue – Messages from Beyond, and was asked by Sue to come back and share a story I touched on in that post about my visit to heaven. It’s funny how some of the things we encounter in our lives are taken for granted by us that others may not have interest in. But as Sue and I realized by the interaction we received from my last post, it seems a topic many had something to contribute to.  I also know that many people may not understand or believe in the afterlife which is understandably so because if you haven’t been touched or visited by spirit, it can be difficult to be a believer.

My father had passed a few months before I had this ‘dream’, although I hesitate to call it a dream.

I was very close with my father my entire life. I don’t say my father played favorites with his children, but he and I shared a special connection since as far back as I can remember. I had a most difficult time accepting his death and that he’d no longer be in my life ever since that fateful day he was taken away.

My father had no tolerance for our cold Canadian winters and had taken to spending a month down in Miami Beach, Florida every winter for years. He also didn’t like being alone so every year he’d send me and my sister a plane ticket to join him for a few weeks. I’d save my work holiday time for these occasions and as my sister’s family grew, we’d have her babies  in tow with us. We all had a great time at the beach and of course, shopping. They were good times we looked forward to every winter.

Dad left for Miami just after New Year’s day 1991. He rented a condo and invited a friend of his to stay with him the first week until my sister and I arrived.

The day was January 7th, 1991. . . Continue Reading


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  1. Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful encounter, Debby x

    1. Thanks again for inviting me to share Sue. 🙂 x

      1. Always apleasure to have you over, Debby 🙂 xx

    1. Thank you Sal. <3

  2. Amazing stuff. My parents died when I was seven and sixteen. I’ve never had such encounters in the many years that have passed. All I have are memories of time spent together–and those mostly of my mother. From your experience, I’m not sure I would wish for similar ones to yours. My wife has had a few “encounters” with her more recently deceased father (ten years or so ago).

    1. Thanks John. And I’m sure you’re glad not to have any encounter’s with J’s dad, after reading your WFW. 🙂

      1. It would be OK, after all we got along fine after a few years. 🙂

        1. Okay, but be careful what you wish for, lol. 🙂

  3. I read this on Sue’s blog shortly after it was posted – wanted to underscore how fascinating I found it.

    1. Thanks M. 🙂 xx

  4. I can’t wait to finish up this story, Deb.

    1. Thank you Jacqui. 🙂

  5. Wow, Debby! This story broke my heart and then it set it back together. Your father sent you a wonderful message that night and enabled you to heal.. I love you!!

    1. Thanks so much Christy!! Thanks for reading my journey. I’m happy to know it moved you. It was a memory that will always stay with me. Open to receive my friend. Such a gift. I love you back my sweet friend. <3 xoxo

  6. What a touching story, Debby. Thank you for sharing your experiences. I’m so pleased you are able to be comforted by your father’s presence. How wonderful to maintain that spiritual connection beyond our Earthly travels.

    1. Thanks so much Norah. It was such a remarkable experience and as vivid in memory today as the might it happened. It’s a blessing for sure. 🙂 x

      1. A treasure indeed.

  7. Much thanks to you such a great amount for sharing this delightful experience, Debby

    1. Thank you do much for reading Mona. I’m glad to learn you enjoyed my story. 🙂

  8. That was fascinating, Debby. I believe there is a thin veil between our world and the hereafter that we can bridge if He allows us to. I will have to share my mother’s story soon with Sue. I got goosebumps from yours. Hugs xx ❤️

    1. Aw thanks Janice. I absolutely agree. And it’s a true gift to be able to receive. Please share your story at Sue’s. <3

  9. Ohhhh, I can’t wait to read this. I’ll be hopping over to Sue’s site.

    1. Thanks Michelle. <3

  10. Much obliged to you such a great amount for sharing this lovely experience..

    1. Thanks again Mona. 🙂

  11. What a touching story, Debby. Much thanks to you for sharing your encounters. I’m so satisfied you can be ameliorated by your dad’s essence.

    1. Thank you so much Mona, for reading and leaving your lovely comment. 🙂

  12. Much thanks to you such a great amount for sharing this lovely experience, Debby…

    1. Thank you Mona 🙂

  13. Hand on the Bible and my heart… My aunt has visited me – afterlife. My step-mother has visited – afterlife. My grandmother visited my mother – afterlife. I’m a believer!

    1. Oh Ann, you have the gift too, to receive. That is wonderful. You should share one of those stories at Sue’s. She has an open invitation to share our stories. Thank you. 🙂 x

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