In workshops or in private sessions, I bring people into contact with their departed loved ones. My aim is not just to deliver information but to train people how to communicate with the deceased on their own. My success rate so far is about ninety-seven percent, and that can even occur in workshops of up to a hundred and fifty people when my attention to individuals is limited. The failures are usually men over the age of 65, because of their tendency to freeze when asked to access their emotions.

This unusually high success rate has to do with the methods I intuitively developed that proceed from a person’s strongest emotion, positive or negative, rather than a meditative or relaxed state. Urgency is a potent component of success in clinical research in parapsychology, as it is in life readings. I have also put great emphasis on empowering a single intention. And I have created techniques for sustaining attention, such as talking out loud and asking questions, which maintain structure and momentum.

The procedures are also designed to promote the best possible atmospheric conditions and to maximize electromagnetic fields, both important to a successful outcome in psi research.

Here they are in a nutshell:

Procedures for Intentional
After-Death Communication

•Write a list of questions you need answered by the deceased.
•Prepare a sacred space to work in, where you will not be disturbed.
•Set general intentions for the ultimate good, before you attempt contact.
•Set personal intentions for an encounter, directing them at the person you want to reach. Frequently repeat the deceased’s name.
•Start talking directly to a mental image of the deceased from your strongest emotion.
•As soon as you sense a presence, address it immediately in the direction you most feel it.
•Talk and ask questions as though that person were right before you.
•Internalize whatever you see, taking mental snapshots of pictures that appear in your mind, and listening inwardly for any messages.
• Verbally describe your impressions directly to the departed and ask for confirmation.
 
 

After The Last Frontier was published, I read The Intention Experiment, by Lynne McTaggert. From it, I learned that these same elements of strong emotion, strong intention, and sustained attention promote brain wave coherence between people. (More on brain-wave synchronicity and its importance in after-death communication in a future post.) Hence they have produced the best results in the laboratory. Using intention for after-death communication was not part of the research McTaggert participated in. Instead, intention was used for remote healing, reducing crime rates, purifying water, influencing the past, and more. In the interview below, Lynne offers a fascinating glimpse of how these experiments were put together and the startling achievements that resulted. Intention for good or bad is part of everyday life. The point is to make your intention consciously.

The website on the intention experiments is: www.theintentionexperiment.com