My father is dying

Posted by Passenger on Dec. 29, 2018, 5:02 p.m. 3 comments



I'm nearly 40 so old by other peoples measures but my dad is dying. He has had a brain tumor for 2 years and now he is lying in a death bed. He will not recover. He will never speak to me again. He will die soon. I mean in the next week. And I feel weak. I'll miss Him xx

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death anxiety

does death Cafe help with people who have death anxiety?

Posted by Richard Bridgman

No one dies

Only the body dies, but energy transmutes into another form.
He might have spoken to you while you were sleeping, or might yet. Many people use mediums to contact their loved ones on the other side, or themselves learn to become more sensitive to their energies if they wish. In James Van Praagh's first book, Talking to Heaven, his third chapter provides instructions on how to become more sensitive to possible communications. That is an author one can trust.
Dr Eben Alexander's book Proof of Heaven is quite the near death experience ~ an eye-opener.
In any case, we do see one another again, when we cross over as well.
All the very best to you.

Posted by PJ Miller

I was nearly 40 years old or so by other people's standards when my father passed away a year ago. My mother died about 6 years ago, so now my siblings and I are the oldest generation. I feel both small and old, like an orphan with adult responsibilities.

Posted by Amanda

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