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5 Ways To Reconnect With Your Departed Loved Ones

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Jamie  Turndorf Ph.D.
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Apr 28, 2016 at 08:45 AM

Did you know that your loved ones in spirit are waiting to reconnect and talk with you? 

It's true! 

I discovered this truth right after my beloved husband, Emile Jean Pin, was ripped from me by a fatal bee sting. 

Jean and I met on the first day of my freshman year at Vassar and it was love at first sight. We were inseparable for 27 years.

From the moment Jean left his body, he began appearing to me in spirit form. His astonishing after-death manifestations have proven to me that we don't die and our relationships aren't meant to end in death.

After experiencing these manifestations, I created my groundbreaking new Trans-Dimensional Grief Therapy Method, which vastly diverges from the Western approach--grieve, let go and move on, which only leaves the bereaved at a greater loss. Instead, my method shows you how to reconnect without the assistance of a medium, channeler or psychic. Since the publication of my bestselling book, Love Never DiesHow to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased, I've been helping the bereaved worldwide to reconnect and transform their grief to joy.  

One of the things Jean taught me about reconnecting is that we can make it easier (or next to impossible) for those in spirit to come through to us. Your loved ones are always trying to communicate with you. Follow the 5 steps below to open the channel of spirit communication.


5 Ways to Reconnect with Your Loved Ones:

1. Overcome the False Beliefs and Religious Teachings that Block You From Reconnecting

Most people find it difficult, if not impossible, to reconnect with those in spirit because they are riddled with false beliefs that deadbolt the door of their hearts to loved ones in spirit. 

The first false belief we must overcome is the wrong idea that once loved ones are in heaven they are permanently out of reach and that you must wait until you "die" in order to be reconnected with those in spirit. 

As Jean has shown me, nothing could be further from the truth!

On my first night back from Italy, following my husband's bodily departure from the bee sting, I lay awake listening to him quote a passage that I didn't recognize. 

The next day, I met with Jean's priest to prepare the readings for his funeral. I told the priest that Jean was quoting something to me.

The priest raised his brow in obvious skepticism. 

But when I told him what Jean had quoted, the priest blanched, crossed himself and said, "Dear God, Jamie. At first I didn't believe that Jean was speaking to you, but I do now." 

He told me that I was quoting an obscure biblical passage from the Communion of Saints. 

Like I would have known! I guess I should mention here that I was raised by two devoutly atheist parents who taught me to not believe in God or the afterlife. I never went to church or read the bible and Jean and I never discussed not least not when he lived in a body!

It took me a year to understand why Jean chose to quote that and only that biblical passage to me. He was a religious pioneer in life and continues to be in the afterlife. 

As I discovered, the Communion of Saints says that our loved ones in spirit are one with, or in communion with, God and the saints. Because the bible tells us that we are supposed to stay in communion and communication with God and the saints, this means that the bible is also telling us that we are supposed to stay in communion and communication with our loved ones in spirit because they are one with God and the saints.

As Jean told me soon after he left his body:

"Death is an illusion. There is a very thin veil between the realm where you are and the realm where I am. The veil is thinner than you can ever imagine. I'm standing right here."

The point is we are not supposed to live in an emotional wasteland separated from those we love waiting until we "die" to be reunited. Because heaven is all around us we are supposed to reconnect and stay connected NOW. 

Even overcoming this one false belief can help you open the door to communicating with your loved one in spirit.

2: Tune into the Spirit Channel

Early in my bereavement, Jean told me that the noise of the day drowns out his voice. He told me to come to the bed and "be still and quiet" in order to hear him. 

Most Westerners are never still or quiet. So, if you want to reconnect, your first order of business is to create what I call Pockets of Peace in which you simply turn off the TV, radio, computer and cell phone and sit in silence. 

Now I'm not saying you have to convert your condo into a convent, but, in order to reconnect you need to find brief interludes of stillness.

By sitting in silence, you’ll be able to hear spirit messages that would otherwise go unheard.

3. Awaken Your Five Senses

It's necessary to heighten your senses in order to send and receive communications from loved ones in spirit.  Because spirit beings are pure energy, they have the power to send a nearly infinite array of signs to all our senses, signs that we can easily miss if our senses aren't fully turned on.

One really good way of awakening the senses is to practice being blind. Just as a blind person's other senses heighten to compensate for lack of sight, you can use the following exercise to awaken your sense of taste, touch, smell and hearing.

To do this, gather various foods, essential oils and items with different textures, blindfold yourself and set a timer for 3 minutes. Start with your sense of taste, sampling various foods. Without the interference of sight, you will notice how heightened your sense of taste becomes. Set the timer for another 3 minutes and do the exercise again using the essential oil scents, and finally blindfold yourself and touch the different textured items.

This exercise will give you an idea of just how much you've been missing! And you will be amazed at how much more open you become.

When your senses are more awakened, you are primed to see, hear, smell, and sense spirit presence in your life.  

4. Recognize the Signs of Spirit Presence

I can't tell you how many people say to me, "I don't get signs from loved ones in spirit." Then, when they read the complete list of signs, as outlined in Love Never Dies, everyone says, "OMG, that happened to me! And so did that!"

People who witnessed Jean’s manifestations asked me to record them so other people could see proof that spirit presence is real and our loved ones are always sending us signs. So, one night, after hosting a Love Never Dies retreat at my home, I went to dinner and recorded what happened when I asked Jean for a sign. You can watch what happened here.

For most people, simply becoming aware of the signs of spirit presence is sufficient to begin the process of reconnecting. 

Again, because spirits are pure energy, they are capable of sending an infinite array of signs to all of your senses. Signs include: odd scents, strange sounds, odd physical sensations--gooseflesh, drafts, temperature changes, symbolic communications, such as rainbows, butterflies, and coins minted on a year that was significant, to name just a few.

Knowledge is the key to recognizing the signs that loved ones are sending to you all the time. Pay close attention to a scent, animal or number that appears frequently. If your loved one adored hummingbirds and you notice these little fluttering birds are suddenly present around you, that is a sure sign your loved one is near and waiting for you to reconnect.

5. Dialogue with the Departed

Once you recognize the signs of spirit presence, your communication with spirit jumps to an entirely new dimension. Using my groundbreaking new Dialoguing with the Departed technique, you can engage in a back-and-forth dialogue between you and your loved one in spirit to say good-bye to the physical body of someone who was taken from you due to sudden accidental death or illness and also to obtain support and guidance.

But what if you are among the millions of people who harbor unfinished business with those who have passed?

The good news is that often we have to wait until someone leaves his/her body in order to work it out. This is because spirit beings have a much better sense of how they messed up with us. And, what's more, spirit beings desperately want to work it out with us--their own spiritual development requires them to face where they went wrong with us. And they can't be in peace until they know we've healed and are in peace with them.

Spirit beings don't expect you to force forgiveness down your throat. They accept you right where you are and they have an eternity to work it out with you. So, begin by sharing whatever pain still burdens your heart. Speak aloud and write and/or record what you say, and also record spirit's response. And, keep dialoguing back-and-forth till you arrive at resolution.

Your love does not end in death and your loved ones are always with you. Follow these 5 steps to begin your reconnection with your loved one. If you’d like to learn more about Love Never Dies and how to use my revolutionary new Trans-Dimensional Grief Therapy method, I invite you to attend my new Love Never Dies Live Online Course! I’ll show you all the ways your loved ones are reaching out to you so you can transform your grief to joy!


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Jamie  Turndorf Ph.D.
Known to millions as Dr. Love through her website web's first relationship advice site, active since 1996-Jamie Turndorf, Ph.D., has been delighting readers and audiences for three decades with her engaging blend of professional exp Continue reading