In my work as a medium, I witness people in their grief almost daily. This ranges from just waking from the initial shock of grief, to some thinking they have a handle of it, to others simply stuck in the void.
Spirits don’t have bodies, so they don’t have eyes. But they can certainly tune into your energy and what you’re doing.
This Halloween, I enjoyed the constant parade of pictures on Facebook and Instagram of friends, family and even pets dressed up as their favorite heroes, imaginary characters and villains.
They certainly can be. Children’s imaginary friends are often Spirits – usually guides or angels – who are making their presence known in a friendly, non-threatening way. I used to have them as a kid. My parents thought I was crazy at the time until I discovered my gift.
In honor of my father Shelly Perelman who died by suicide eleven years ago today, I want to share some recent revelations I’ve had about suicide, supported by a few passages from my books Spirited and Awaken the Spirit Within.
Heaven and hell are really just states of mind given the thoughts we choose to think and hold, whether that is in life or death. However, there are different levels on the other side. I liken it to a school system.