Sometimes we happen upon a website that simply grabs our attention and doesn’t let go. For the past month for me that website is with Bob Olson. He has been researching the spirit world for twelve years, and in a video on his website, “From Private Investigator to Afterlife Investigator – The True Story” he talks about how he, a skeptic who has a degree in criminal justice and wanted to work for the FBI, or an organization of that ilk, became a private investigator instead, and “fell into” becoming a psychic medium investigator after the death of his father. It’s been written many times that there are no accidents, and it’s obvious that his years as a PI prepared him for his years as an afterlife investigator. It greatly helps to know his background, he said that he stopped counting after interviewing 300 mediums before agreeing that the spirit world, and all it implies, is a very real world. After one reading with a medium, “concrete convincing evidence came through,” and, he said, “that’s when I realized that there’s more to life and death than I ever realized.” Of course, it’s not mandatory to listen to the video in which he discusses his background, though it’s engrossing; however, your belief will be strengthened, and you’ll feel confident and comfortable in taking in his words because you’ll understand that he knows what he’s talking about.

There is a video on afterlifetv titled, What Happens In The Afterlife To People Who Commit Suicide.” it’s an exceptional video, and it can help anyone who is grieving for a loved one who has passed on in this way reach a new understanding.

Also are “two resources for locating legitimate psychic mediums,” and they are: and

When I was young there was an old cemetery not far from where I lived, and I would take a book and go there. Reading the book took second place; reading the names and dates on tombstones took priority. It’s okay; you can call me odd. Though I’m betting that there are a lot of people who feel the same as I do. I feel comfortable in cemeteries and feel that life and death are nicely connected. All we need do is look at the beauty of the world – not necessarily man’s creation, but God’s.

May your dreams be sweet tonight.

“. . . Many years later, Dr. Alexis Carrel – then a famed surgeon awarded the Nobel Prize for his medical research and discoveries, wrote, ‘We must liberate man from the cosmos created by the genius of physicists and astronomers, that cosmos in which, since the Renaissance, he has been imprisoned. We now know that we . . . extend outside the physical continuum. . . . In time, as in space, the individual stretches out beyond the frontiers of his body. . . . He also belongs to another world.'”
– Divine Interventions by Dan Millman and Doug Childers

Anita Moorjani, Bob Olson, Cheryl Richardson, Lilou Mace

Have you listened to Anita Moorjani being interviewed by Bob Olson, Cheryl Richardson, Lilou Mace? – that’s not all; there’s more to watch. In every video interview her words continue to amaze, and the interviewers bring out different parts of her story for discussion.

In his two interviews with Anita Moorjani on her website, Bob Olson shared parts of his and his wife’s interesting journey into healing when Anita discussed her bout with cancer. He has an easy going style, and yet his questions and knowledge set the stage for a rather profound conversation about healing and her NDE. Wonderful listening! Bob Olson’s website is:

Cheryl Richardson brought up some important insights pertaining to Anita’s NDE. The answers to questions asked of Anita could greatly benefit any one listening. If you’ve read her book The Unmistakable Touch of Grace, you understand the reason listening to her interviewing Anita Moorjani is indeed wonderful listening.
She has this to say about her book: “This book tells the story of how grace has transformed my life as well as the lives of others. While some stories may seem unbelievable, all of them are true. Once you finish the book, the way you view your life (and the people in it) will be changed forever.” So true; I’ve read it and can vouch for it. Her most recent book, YOU CAN CREATE AN exceptional LIFE is co-authored with Louise Hay.

And Lilou Mace’s questions highlighted other aspects of Anita’s story which were all related and relevant to the other interviews. Again, wonderful listening. Lilou Mace’s Juicy Living Tour website has its own absolutely top-notch videos by way of Lilou Mace traveling around the world to interview the shakers and movers who – how to say this? – well, let’s just say, help us get from here to THERE. Click on and listen. There’s a huge chance you won’t regret it. And while you’re there, check out Lilou Mace’s full- of-adventure life and how she creates it.

Normally I resist being glued to a computer. However, today was different, and although it was lovely outside, I didn’t mind staying in for most of Sunday afternoon – the remarkable interviews on the above-mentioned websites had me mesmerized. It’s impossible to listen to one video and not want to hear another and then another.

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“a clear mind can see many more options – unlimited options. It can act efficiently, effortlessly, intelligently, in the present moment, and not be stuck in its deadly stories of past and future.” – Byron Katie




Dying To Be Me by Anita Moorjani


Have you heard of Anita Moorjani’s Near Death Experience (NDE), and her book, DYING TO BE ME? An amazingly different NDE was what she had, unlike any other on record. And the kinds of things she learned while in “the other realm,” and later wrote and talked about in interviews are making the heads of people swirl. The gist of her story is that she had lymphoma cancer for four years, and from the base of her skull to her abdomen everything was swollen, and all through her body she had tumors the size of lemons. Her body was ready to die. And so she did, more or less. In the NDE she was able to know what was happening on earth also. So when she returned to her body she filled in all the details, leaving family and doctors completely baffled. A few days later, she had fully recovered. I’m thinking that DYING TO BE ME must be one enthralling book – a book unlike any other. From watching videos and reading interviews, and without yet reading her book, I can only imagine how her story can expand all of our views about life and death, and possibly teach us to see it all in a new and exciting way.


Sweet dreams everyone. I used to say: Don’t let the bed bugs bite, but, since twice getting them, I don’t say that anymore:-)