What happens when we cross over?

I have a lot of clients ask me what happens when we cross over, and if their loved ones know they have died. I hope I can put your mind at ease with what I have been shown. Providing more peace with your loved one’s passing and letting you know that they are safe on the other side.

When someone passes away, regardless of what has caused their passing, whether they were aware of it to happen or not, the first few moments is a bit disorienting. Realizing the people who stand before you are not in a dream because you clue in they had already crossed over. It’s usually your guide who is the first one you see, followed by the people who you cared about in this life time who have gone before you. There is a moment of feeling disappointed, regret of what you didn’t accomplish and the sadness of the people you have left behind. This usually lasts a few minutes, until the realization of why you choose that life to begin with, the life lessons you had chosen and succeed at, and the exit points you had chosen for yourself. Then settles in acceptance and happiness. Your home.

Our loved ones are not sad that they have gone. They worry about us, the ones who are living and struggling with their absence. The ones who are having difficulty with their passing and prevented from being our happier selves. They do not want to be thought of as “dead”. This is a term we use, they prefer “crossed over” or “home”. Dead means gone forever, and that is not the case after you cross over.

I have talked with many other psychics who also do readings on loved ones who have crossed over, and they too say they have difficulty with connecting with someone after they have been gone for 2 weeks. It’s from 2 weeks to the 6 month mark that seems to be more difficult and a bit more cloudy on the information that comes through.

The first two weeks, your loved one is able to “hang around” to ensure that you are coping. To say their goodbyes and do what they can to try and comfort you. Signs and dreams will be strongest during this time. They want you to know they have made it! A song might play on the radio you connect to them, perhaps finding something on the ground you know they had something to do with! After this time frame, they head to the “review” room with their Guide. The image is like a booth that they sit in, it has curtains that close you in and you sit and watch your life here on earth. The moments that really mattered, including the moments you had wished to forget, and understand more fully the impact you had on this life. Did you accomplish your lessons? Was there something more you could have learned. This process is done with only yourself and your main guide. No one else. Your allowed to cry, to ask questions. Formulate whether you would like to return in a new life for any life lessons you might have missed or even to take a break. This review provides you a bit of time to “detox”. Being more connected with your spiritual side and the person you are when you are “home”.

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