Thursday, September 1, 2016

Signs From The Afterlife
I'm often asked, "Do you still witness signs from Chip?", or, "Is your connection with him as strong as it was after he died?"

The answer is always the same-- Yes, yes, and yes. We never lose our connection with loved ones because honestly, the love we each carry is the one thing that bonds us forever. It is the only thing-- love-- that will last long after this lifetime.

Chip isn't the only one I witness signs from, though. I have several family members on the other side, yes, but I also have beloved pets, too. When I receive a sign from one of my pets, it truly excites and thrills me. Much like this one I received the other day from my first love, Charlie, (my Chihuahua who passed in 2007).

I was watching "Cesar 911", ("Cesar To The Rescue")— he was helping an aggressive dog named, Simon, observing his behavior to determine if he was a red zone case. It seemed as though Simon was reacting well to Cesar's techniques. So much so, he took Simon across the street to greet a neighbor pet; a chocolate Labrador.

It only took a minute before Simon's true colors came out— he attacked the lab. Cesar instantly pulled him away and quickly went to work, making Simon submit. As he requested the pet owner to bring his lab closer, Cesar said to the dog, "Sorry, Charlie." At that very second, the television shut off. I sat there, stunned. It took a second to absorb the magnitude of what happened. (Lights flickering, toys running, and televisions turning on or off are BIG signs from our beloveds on the other side.)

I smiled and soon after cried out, "Thank you, my little man. Mommy loves you!"

Yes, I knew it was an amazing sign from my sweet, Charlie, but it was even bigger than that. What no one knows is how my sweet boy received his name. Back in 1994, my then husband and I were visiting a pet store at the mall in Orange Park, Florida. There were two tiny chihuahua's in the front window and I couldn't help but pick one of them up. He was an Applehead, weighed all of two pounds, and was the cutest little booger I'd ever seen.

Sadly, the price tag attached to him was $800 and I was told we couldn't afford that. As I placed him back in the window, my exact words were, "Sorry, Charlie." Long story short, a few hours later he became my little boy and in the years to come, Charlie would be the only male figure in my life who would always be by my side. I loved him dearly and still to this day, miss him madly.

For those who aren't aware, Chip, (the love of my life), is the shining knight in our book, Wake Me Up! How Chip's Afterlife Saved Me From Myself, where he taught me how to communicate with him in the afterlife. He shared so much and proved he was alive time and time again, but one message he shared is one I found great comfort in. I hope you do as well...

Death is not the end of who we are. Our love will never die. We have made our transitions here on this side, but we never leave our loved ones behind, ever. We are always close, and we do know what’s going on with our dear ones. 

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