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Signs Of A Spiritual Love Connection

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comHave you ever felt an inexplicable love bond with someone that goes beyond the realm of ordinary connection? The signs of a spiritual love connection are unique and often transcend the conventional understanding of relationships.

A spiritual love connection is a life-changing experience because it goes beyond the superficial aspects of an ordinary romantic relationship and delves into the deeper spiritual connection between people.

A spiritual love connection is a deep, unexplainable bond between two souls that transcends the usual aspects of a romantic relationship. It involves an innate understanding of each other’s innermost thoughts, feelings and desires, creating a sense of harmony and spiritual alignment. This connection is often felt on a profound level that resonates with the core essence of both individuals.

Recognizing and acknowledging a spiritual love connection is important if you are seeking an authentic, meaningful, and lasting relationship that also supports your spiritual values and soul purpose. It allows you to prioritize genuine connections based on soul resonance, mutual understanding, and shared values over superficial attractions. It is crucial not only for the success and longevity of the relationship, but also for your own growth and fulfillment.

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Surround Yourself With Divine Love

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comLove is a concept I encounter every day in my work, and it is indeed a multifaceted thing. In its purest form, it manifests itself as a mother’s love for her child, a partner’s love for his spouse, or a sibling’s love for a brother or sister.

But love also takes more subtle forms. It can be reflected in a teacher’s love for expanding young minds, a researcher’s desire to advance humanity, or an engineer’s fine attention to detail.

There are also negative, toxic forms of ‘love.’ Too much love, though usually well-intentioned, can be harmful. The hovering parent, the controlling spouse, the overprotective friend can stifle true growth, trust, and creativity.

Sometimes conditional love is traded like a commodity or used as a weapon. It can be withheld when behavior is perceived as lacking or used as a reward for conforming to the status quo.

Fake love is also used as a facade or camouflage. The world is full of negative energy and hidden agendas disguised as projects of love that are supposed to be “for the greater good.”

Sometimes love turns into distractions, such as self-centered schemes that are really based on greed. Some people who profess love in truth worship false praise, accolades, and self-enrichment.

Spirit invites us to abandon the charade of false love. Instead, we should strive to be kind, compassionate, and generous without expecting anything in return. We must give others the benefit of the doubt without judging their worth or intent. Each day we should step forward and ask, “How can I help?” instead of making negative assumptions. Spiritual people lead by example. We must show the world the divine beings we are inside.

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Spiritual Self-Care Or Ego Indulgence?

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comSpiritual or metaphysical practice is a pursuit designed to help bring greater meaning and fulfillment to our lives. It is a lifestyle that requires us to be very honest with ourselves and very intentional about the choices we make. But lately I’ve seen a lot of discourse around spirituality that basically encourages you to do pretty much whatever you want in the name of ‘free will’ and ‘self-care.’

Free will is sacred. Yes, it’s true that we are divine, spiritual beings who get to enjoy this incredible adventure of physical life. We get to choose how we move in the world, what we want for ourselves, and how we want to live. But there are two sides to this coin. Yes, we can choose what we want to manifest and how we wish to live our lives, but that does not absolve us of our karmic responsibilities and the consequences of our actions.

I’ve written before about karma and how it’s not meant to be a punishment, but rather a teacher. There are to metaphysical laws that are the basis to our karmic responsibility in this lifetime, namely the universal law of cause and effect and the spiritual law of karma.

The universal law of cause and effect is that for every action there is a reaction. There is a natural order in the universe in which our actions always have consequences, both good and bad.

The spiritual law of karma is a more specific application of the law of cause and effect. According to this law, the totality of our actions in this life, as well as all of our past lives, determine our future. This means that our actions create the conditions for our future experiences, both good and bad.

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The Twin Flame Relationship

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThe concept of a twin flame relationship has gained much popularity in recent years, as more people seek to understand the nature of their romantic relationships.

Twin flames, also known as ‘mirror souls’ or ‘karmic lovers,’ are essentially two halves of one soul. Our twin flame is therefore the other half of our original soul that has been split into two different bodies in this lifetime.

Twin flames share a deep spiritual bond that goes beyond physical attraction or emotional connection. Our twin flame is our perfect counterpart, and once we are reunited with them, we experience the ultimate expression of divine love and spiritual connection.

A twin flame is however not exactly the same as a soulmate. While soulmates are also souls with whom we have meaningful spiritual or karmic connections, we only have one twin flame with whom we are connected on a much deeper level. Soulmates are therefore distinct souls that are separate from us, while we share the same soul with our twin flame.

This soul bond is said to be unbreakable and eternal over many lifetimes and in other dimensions. Twin flames are destined to fulfill a higher purpose together and to help each other grow spiritually.

Recognizing your twin flame can be difficult, as it is not always obvious initially. Twin flame relationships are characterized by intense attraction that goes beyond mere physical attraction, as well as a deep sense of familiarity and a feeling of finally being ‘home’ when together. There is usually an indescribable feeling of completeness or wholeness.

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How To Truly Honor Our Departed Loved Ones

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comI attended a service recently at the local spiritualist centre that I found particularly meaningful. One of the spirit messages channeled by a visiting medium was for a recently bereaved man in the congregation. The grieving gentleman had been dealing with many mixed emotions since the passing of his spouse.

At first the medium provided the man with undeniable evidence that it was indeed his late wife who was making contact. She relayed several factual details and personal memories that only the man and his wife could possibly know of. This was especially evident from the amazed expression on his face in reaction to everything the medium was saying.

The deceased wife then admitted to being somewhat of a ‘firecracker’ during their 50-year marriage. She further confessed that towards the end of her life she had become especially difficult to deal with and said many hurtful things to him. She acknowledged that despite her unkind behavior he consistently remained patient with her and thanked him for his kindness and forbearance.

The man then confirmed that his late wife had suffered a series of mini-strokes that altered her mental state. She had also been prescribed medication that further affected her mood and behavior in a negative way. The wife then asked for his forgiveness and encouraged him to stop focusing so much on the negative memories of their final months together.

“She is asking you to please think more often of your special moments together,” said the medium.

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The Mystical Phenomena Of Shared Death Experiences

FREE psychic reading at, Click Here NOW!!!After a Near-Death Experience (NDE) at the age of 20, my perception of reality changed in remarkable ways. The most significant development was that I somehow became attuned to the experiences of people transitioning to the afterlife, also known as a Shared Death Experience (SDE).

Since then, I have had several amazing SDEs that have given me rare glimpses into the mysteries of life and the spirit realm. These psychic encounters revealed to me how our consciousness, choices, and beliefs in this life shape our ultimate journey beyond the physical.

Sometimes people who are close to someone who is dying experience something extraordinary. They feel as if they’ve shared in their loved one’s journey to the other side. A shared death experience, also known as a “shared passing” or “shared crossing,” is an end-of-life psychic phenomenon in which relatives, caregivers, or sometimes even compassionate strangers share a dying person’s transition experience.. People report that these experiences can be profoundly transforming, touching their hearts, minds, and spirits in powerful ways.

These phenomena usually occur when someone is dying with whom we have a strong relationship or bond, but it can also happen when we are in the vicinity of someone who is dying. SDEs often happen to people who are in the same room as the dying person, but they can also happen to someone who is geographically distant at the time of death, especially if you are psychic or highly sensitive.

Despite how meaningful these experiences can be, they’re often overlooked in hospice and palliative care. This means that professionals who help people through grief may not know much about SDEs, leaving those who’ve experienced them without the support they need to fully understand and embrace these profound moments.

My Shared Death Experiences

SDE experiences can include witnessing a review of the deceased’s life, seeing a farewell vision, or even accompanying the deceased part of the way to light or another realm. In my experience, SDEs are varied and very unique to each dying person, but they typically share one common characteristic for me, which is that I see a vision not only of the person at the moment of death, but also of them being happy, safe, and joyful in the afterlife after they have passed.

Some of the profound SDEs I have experienced have been:


My first SDE was when I was working in an adult care facility. One of our residents was in hospice care. As she gracefully passed from this world to the next, an overwhelming sense of love filled the room. It was a love that transcended individual connections and manifested as a universal force that enveloped her being.

In that sacred moment, I witnessed the convergence of divine energy, as if her consciousness was dissolving into supreme love itself. It confirmed for me once again the interconnectedness of all beings that I first experienced during my own NDE.


The night a friend’s husband died, I had a vivid dream in which I saw my friend’s husband illuminated by a radiant light and standing before a majestic throne. The throne was like that of a deity as described in some religions. Towering angelic beings, as tall as city buildings, surrounded him, exuding an overwhelming sense of peace and comfort.


When my father’s health began to fail several years ago, my husband and I moved in to help care for him and spend time with him in his final days.

On the night of his transition, I was awakened by the joyful sound of my father laughing out loud. Although he had been very ill and weak for some time, his laughter exuded the energy and vitality of a healthy, strong man.

When I opened my eyes, I saw an amazing sight. My father was sitting at the head of a seemingly endless table, surrounded by a multitude of people. Laughter filled the air and happiness radiated from everyone present. My father was engaged in lively conversation, his spirit alive and vibrant.


When my brother-in-law passed away, I experienced another aspect of SDEs. As he neared the end of his life, an overwhelming urge compelled me to play the song I Can Only Imagine by the Christian rock band MercyMe. At that poignant moment, a vision unfolded before me. I saw Jesus Christ reaching out to embrace my brother-in-law. With deep tenderness, Jesus lifted him up and carried him into a radiant, eternal light.

This experience showed me the diverse, unique nature of SDEs, as each experience seems to highlight the individual’s consciousness and personal spiritual beliefs.


When a dear friend tragically lost his life in a motorcycle accident, I witnessed a compelling scene. I saw him step into a bright light, guided by unseen hands, where he was warmly greeted by a gathering of loved ones and spiritual beings. The outpouring of love and support during his transition served as further evidence to me of the interconnectedness of souls beyond the physical realm.

Through these and other SDEs, I came to understand that our consciousness and personal spiritual development ultimately shape our transition to the other side. Each experience clearly reflected the preferences and beliefs of the individual, no matter what religious or spiritual framework they were rooted in during their lifetime.

The uniqueness of each transition I was privileged to witness underscores the profound impact our karmic choices and worldview have in shaping our consciousness beyond this life. Our spiritual beliefs and soul growth achieved during our time on Earth ultimately shape our transition to the afterlife.

Our consciousness shapes the reality we experience in both this life and the next. We are constantly shaping our destiny and our daily reality with our thoughts, feelings, choices, and actions – including how we will experience our transition from this world to the next.

Shared Death Research

Research into the shared death phenomeon is still in its infancy, leaving much to be explored and understood about this profound phenomenon. While anecdotal evidence and individual accounts have shed light on the existence and impact of SDEs, scientific studies have been relatively limited.

This gap in research means that the mechanisms, prevalence, and full range of effects of SDEs on individuals are not well documented, leaving a significant area of human experience and potential therapeutic benefit largely unexplored. The lack of comprehensive studies not only hinders our understanding of SDEs, but also affects the ability of health professionals to provide informed support to those who have had these deeply transformative experiences. As interest in the intersection of spirituality, psychology, and end-of-life care grows, the need for rigorous and comprehensive research on SDEs becomes more apparent.

A 2021 study by the Shared Crossing Research Initiative (SCRI), entitled Shared Death Experiences: A Little-Known Type of End-of-Life Phenomena Reported by Caregivers and Loved Ones, examined more than 100 stories from people who’d had these experiences.

They found that SDEs can occur in a variety of ways: some people feel a strong sense of knowing when a loved one has died, even from a distance; others witness unusual events; some feel they’re accompanying the dying person on their journey; and there are those who feel they’re helping their loved one move on.

This study shows that SDEs can change people’s beliefs about life and death, help them heal from their grief, and maintain a sense of connection with those who’ve died. Sharing these experiences with healthcare providers can be difficult, but also healing. Recognizing and talking about SDEs could greatly improve the care and support people receive as they grieve, and help them find deeper meaning and comfort in their experiences.

In a 2022 multicultural survey, a group of researchers from four countries explored shared experiences of death by surveying four samples with different cultural backgrounds: Italian, Mexican, Brazilian, and Taiwanese people. One hundred and twenty-one participants reported 146 such experiences.

The main characteristics of these experiences (visual, visual-auditory, and sensory experiences), which accounted for 74% of the total, were experienced both in the dream state and in a normal state of consciousness. Furthermore, most of these experiences were experienced before (47.3%) or after (39%) the death of the person related to the participants.

More importantly, these experiences influenced the participants’ interpretation of death, favoring the belief that death affects only the body, but the consciousness of the deceased survives in another reality and can sometimes communicate with relatives and friends still alive in that reality. No significant differences were found between the different subsamples.

According to William Peters, founder of the Shared Crossing Project, death does not happen in an instant, as science often suggests, but rather over a period of several hours. During this process, several phenomena occur on different time scales. These phenomena, which occur before, during, and after death, include premonitions, visions, terminal lucidity, near-death experiences, and post-death communication, among others.

In his research, Peters has found that the intensity of an SDE often correlates with the depth of the relationship between the individual and the dying person. Health care workers and family members with strong bonds to the dying person report more frequent SDEs.

These experiences challenge the conventional understanding of consciousness and its connection to the physical body. SDEs have been reported throughout history and across cultures, adding an intriguing layer to the study of consciousness, the process of dying, and the potential for an afterlife or continued existence of the soul.

Researchers in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, and neurology, among others, are studying SDEs to better understand their causes, implications, and what they may reveal about human consciousness and interconnectedness.

Understanding Your Shared Death Experience

If you’ve had a shared death experience (SDE), it can be a deeply moving and possibly confusing time. Here are some steps you can take to process and understand your experience:

Acknowledge your feelings: Recognize and accept your feelings, whether they are confusion, comfort, sadness, or something else. It’s normal to feel a wide range of emotions after such a profound experience.

Document your experience: Write down everything you remember about your experience as soon as possible. Include details about what you saw, heard, and felt. This can help you process your experience and may be valuable if you want to share it with researchers or support groups in the future.

Research SDEs: Learning more about shared death experiences can help you understand what you’ve been through and realize that others have had similar experiences. This knowledge can provide comfort and validation. A good resource is the Shared Crossing Project website at

Seek support: Talking about your experience can be therapeutic. Seek out understanding friends or family members, a grief counselor, or a spiritual advisor who is open to discussing such experiences. There are also online forums and support groups for people who have had SDEs where you can share your story and hear others’.

Talk to professionals: If you’re having trouble coming to terms with your experience or if it’s affecting your daily life, consider speaking with a mental health professional who has experience with end-of-life issues, grief, and unusual experiences like SDEs. If you need spiritual insight and guidance regarding the experience, contact a reputable psychic medium or spiritualist for a psychic reading to connect with your deceased loved one in spirit.

Reflect on the experience: Take some time to reflect on how this experience has affected your views on life, death, and the afterlife. Some people find that an SDE can lead to a deeper understanding of their own spirituality or beliefs about the afterlife.

Give yourself time: Processing a shared death experience can take time. Give yourself time to grieve, to wonder, and to heal. There’s no “right” way to feel or timeline for making sense of what’s happened.

Contribute to the research: If you’re comfortable, consider sharing your experience with researchers studying SDEs. Your account could help advance understanding of these phenomena and support others who have similar experiences.

Remember that having an SDE is a unique and personal experience. There’s no one “right” way to interpret or deal with it. The most important thing is to take care of your emotional, psychological, and spiritual well-being.

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