Presented by Victor and Wendy Zammit New Book:A
Lawyer Presents the Evidence for the Afterlife
Year of weekly
Hall of Fame Award
Victor and Wendy Zammit inducted into the Hall of Fame
by the Australian Psychics Association 2011
the light -
tell others about this website!
How can a grieving person really know that there
is an afterlife and their loved one is happy?
We are so fortunate
to be living in this time when there is an explosion of
infromation available about what REALLY happens when you
die. More and more people are having their own direct
experiences of the afterlife.
7. Learn to meditate. As a start
try and sit for 5 minutes morning and night just breathing
deeply and focusing on your breath.
8. Learn about the 12 types of after death
communication and ask your loved one to try
to get a message to you. Be aware that grief makes
it harder for them to get through to you. Try to think
of them as having gone to another country where they
will be having a wonderful time. Send them your love
and wishes for their happiness.
14. Have a reading
with a reputable medium- (not a psychic-
they are different skills). You can book a consultation
with a medium who lives anywhere in the world via
Skype or phone. In Western countries you should be
able to get a good reading for around $100 US.
If you can't find a personally recommended medium:
In Britain: ask for a recommendation at your local
or from the Spiritualists
If you joing SNUi
for £21 per annum then you have access to SNU
trained Mediums, including Judith Seaman and Steven
Upton at £30 for half an hour. This can be done
via skype. You book via the SNUi website iirc.
Obviously, the membership fee brings with it all the
other benefits such as development classes etc etc