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I lost my father on feb 8th 1994. We were very close and still are, but in the spiritual way. I read your book and enjoyed it very much, and it was so good to read that other people believe what I do and that is our loved ones are still with us. I have been contacted many times by my father. Mostly mine come in the form of dreams, but have also felt him near by. I know that he is in heaven and is happy and wants my family to be happy. I have told my best friend about your book and I know when she reads it she will feel the same way I do. Best of luck to you on your research and next book. I would like to talk to you about some of the experiences that I have had with my dad. Sincerly, Rebecca Cummings.
Milan, Michigan, United States
January 18, 1998
 
I think that your book is great and i first heard about it when I seen it in the mall at COLES while I was Christmas shopping. I found that It was really great and i was going to buy it for my mom but then she went and got a gift certificate for there and she went and bought the book herself since she had overheard my father and I talking about it. anyways thanks for making such a great book . . . now I don't have to feel like a black sheep abou these things because i know others feel the same thing as I do.
Chelmsford, Ontario, Canada
January 16, 1998
 
My precious son Danny died at the tender age of 9 from a heart condition. While growning from this painful grieving process, I have learned that in order to heal, you need to use your grief to make something positive that will help others as well as yourself. For those who are suffering and grieving the loss of someone Special, I would like to bring them hope and comfort. I can show you how you can actually see, hold, talk to and be with your Special Person by the means of an extraordinary phenomenon called Lucid Dreaming. Lucid Dreaming is simply the ability to become aware and recognize that you are dreaming while you are dreaming. In the instant that you become aware, your dream will transform into a vivid and tangible event. Your dream will become so real, it's as if you are really there and that it is actually happening. The most exciting characteristic is that you can control every aspect of this dream. Not only do you have total control of your own dream body and the actions of others, but you also have the ability to have anyone whom you desire appear in your dream, and it will be as if you are actually with them again. Lucid Dreaming is a natural ability, many people often do it. Even my oldest son Robert said he can "wake up" in his dream and control the things that happen. There is information and techniques that can teach you how to become Lucid while you dream. But for me, it was difficult and I was unable to have a Lucid Dream for a long time. Finally I did it! I was able to hug and kiss my son again, and it felt as though I was actually with him. For myself and others, unfortunately Lucid Dreaming can be difficult to do. I needed to do something that would make it easier so that I could see my son more often. Inspired by the love from GOD, with the desire to see my son again and to help others, I have produced a series of relaxation and visualization tapes that will condition your mind and teach you these techniques. It will heighten your awareness while it quiets your mind. But what makes my tapes unique is that the main focus is for you to dream of your Special Person and to be happy. I call this project "The Divine Reunion". This endevor to help others who are also grieving is done as a memorial to my son Danny. If you would like to talk or for further information please call 610-626-7270 or the Email is STDANIAL@aol.com Sincerly Charles Marish
Primos, Pennsylvania, United States
January 15, 1998
 
I have read any and all the books I could get, anything to help the pain. We lost our 7 year old son in June of 97 to leukemia. We were not prepared for his death, and I just find it so hard to be without him. He has let us know he was all right in many different ways. I ask him the night before he died to be sure and let mommy know he was okay. And he has. I have loved all the books and the stories. Would like to talk with those that have lost children to cancer. It is comforting to know that our loved ones are near.
Moore, Oklahoma, United States
January 15, 1998
 
I would just like to say that James Van Praagh has given so many people so much. Two things for sure would be faith and hope. Through him people can come to know God and have something to look forward to.
Croydon, Pennsylvania, United States
January 14, 1998
 
I has been 8 months since I lost my 17-year old son in a car accident. Nick and I were close, and now we seem just as close in spirit. The most significant thing I have learned from the experience of "losing" my son is that the relationship doesn't stop at all. We come to grips with "death" and come to realize it is different that what we thought it was. Although the grief can be terrible and can last so long, through the grace of God the grief can be lifted, and through faith you gain the confidence that your child isn't lost. You then have one foot step into eternity and your life on this earth can never be the same again. I pray to God to ask him to help build the connection to my son. There were a few dreams right after Nick's accident. Many times it feels like he is right next to me. I recognize him by his "soul", with is the unique combination of mental/emotional characteristics which makes each of us unique. I am working in prayer for the communication to become more specific over time, so that my son and I can continue to maintain and develop our relationship.
January 12, 1998
 
I lost my son Jason 9-11-93 in a motorcyle-car accident. I haven't read your book yet, but it seems that whenever I get really down I hear the song"Tears In Heaven"
selmer, Tennessee, United States
January 11, 1998
 
My best friend's daughter passed away Nov.24,1997 of cancer, she was only 7 yrs. old and we miss MARISA McMillan very much. This is a poem that was given to her moter befor Christmas that I wanted to share with all of you. My first Christmas in Heaven I see the countless christmas trees around the world below, with tiny ligts like heavens stars, reflecting on the snow. The sight is so spectacular, please wipe away that tear, for I am spending christmas with Jesus Christ this year. I hear the many christmas songs, that people hold so dear, but the sounds of music can't compare to the christmas choir up here. I have no words to tell you, the joy their voices bring, for it is beyond description to ear the angels sing. I know how much you miss me, I see the pain inside your heart. But I'm not so far away, we really aren't apart. So be happy for me dear ones, you know I hold you dear, and be glad I'm spending christmas, with Jesus Christ this year. I send you each a special gift, from my Heavenly home above, I send you each a memory of my undying love. After all "love" is the gift, more precious than pure gold, It was always most important in the stories Jesus told. Please love and keep each other, as my Father said to do, for I can't count the blessing, or love he has for each of you. So, have a merry Christmas, and wipe away that tear. Remember, I'm spending Christmas, with Jesus Christ this year. Aurthor Unknown Dearest MARISA, you're an Angel and we miss you and love you.
Oakley, California, United States
January 11, 1998
 
I entered the poem "My first Christmas in Heaven" If anyone would like to respond or E-Mail myself or Marisa's mother Stacie, we would love to hear from you please foreward to: joy kea@aol.com We really enjoyed the book "Hello from Heaven" Thanks, Joy
Oakley, California, United States
January 11, 1998
 
I lost my daughter, Kim, in an alcohol related car accident 11-16-97. This is the most horrific pain I have ever known. No other loss I have ever experienced can compare with this deep, dark, vast loneliness. Oh, but to be able to have a visit from her. She is my heart and I miss her terribly.
Beaumont, Texas, United States
January 9, 1998
 
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