Proof Of Life After Death

by graham knight
(england)

I now believe I have proof of life after death.


My wife Diane passed away on the 29th of April 2012. We are very much in love with each other and I miss her ever so much.

Four days after her death, I was watching TV and suddenly I felt this presence that I knew to be my wife Diane. It was a tremendous feeling of love, and all this when I was feeling very low.

I must say, I talked to her at this time and I felt a lot better. It was a lovely feeling and I am still waiting for it to happen again.

I have always believed in life after death since the age of 18. I am now 58 and still truly believe. Thank you for listening to me and I do hope that this will help someone else in believing that there is proof of life after death. Graham knight

Dear Graham,

Thank you so much for sharing your story. I'm so sorry for your loss, but so pleased to hear that you've been able to experience that profound connection with your beloved wife....proof of life after death can be very consoling.

I love how you explain that you felt a presence that you simply 'knew' to be that of your wife. This very aptly describes how I've also experienced after death communication. It is indeed a knowing and understanding that defies logic or even words. In the moment that it occurs, there is simply a pervasive sense of communion with the deceased loved one and with that, an indescribable experience of love and peace.

I wish you an abundance of continued communications with your beloved Diane.

With Love,
Faye

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Jan 11, 2016
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My husband passed awat in my arms. NEW
by: Diane M

My husband and I were talking 2 min. after I had left the room. I heard a bang he fell to the floor. I knew he had just died I did CPR but to no avail. The ambulance men did CPR but I felt he was gone Peter did not want to be revived we had talked about that 2 days before he was afraid to be paralysed...I said go honey I can handle it. His arm dropped and felt his strength ..(When you love someone you have to let go) In the hallway I started to cry but felt someone touch me on the shoulder like I felt he was saying thank you hon...Then the hard part was having to tell my girls...Which he had seen priory two days before that...I will miss him so much but I must keep my promise to him....

Aug 20, 2012
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Life and Love are Truly Everlasting
by: Tanya

I am so happy that you are so open to your beloved wife's visits. The bond between you is such a powerful source that she continues to comfort you.

What a lot of people do not understand is that when our loved ones pass on they are simply crossing over the veil. On the other side of the veil they are once again healthy, they are happy, as their is no measurement of time they are not sad or missing us.

They are in the spirit realm while we remain in the physical realm where pain and suffering are very real.

I lost my mother to cancer on Nov. 28, 2010. I , too, have had many visits from her. It was about five months after her death that I received proof that this wasn't just all in my mind. I had been feeling pretty badly physically but I figured I was just overworked and tired.

On Easter Sunday 2011 as I was hiding Easter eggs in the backyard I felt a presence come over me and I knew it was my mother. I heard her voice. I cried like I hadn't cried in years and begged her to let me see her, if only one more time. She said, "I have to go, but go to the doctor Tawny, please go now", and with that she was gone.

The very next day I went to the doctor and to make a long story short, in a matter of days, I was diagnosed with stage 3b cervical cancer. I was given less than a year to live.

My mother was there with me throughout 6 months of chemotherapy and 8 months of daily radiation. During my first chemo therapy my mother sat on a chair across from me and yes, I saw her, physically. But I knew, somehow, that I was not to approach her.

Now I am cancer free exactly as she'd promised me. I am telling you this so that you will know, without a doubt, that your loving wife is really visiting you, it is not wishful thinking or insanity. She loves you and wants to help you through this, just as she would have were she still alive on this plane.

So please, take comfort in her visits, and know that you will find within you the strength and comfort to go on. Enjoy your life and know that death is not final. I wish you all the best in life.

Aug 19, 2012
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more proof of life after death
by: graham

Thank you Tanya for your kind words and taking the time to post on my page. I write to let you know that I have had another two visits from my lovely wife Diane over the course of about four weeks.

The first was as I went to bed late one night. I felt the presence of my wife climb into bed with me and hold my hand as I realized that she was there and I looked at her she disappeared she always used to hold my hand when we went to bed and I found it very comforting.

The next time was last week she came into my bed again and held my hand yet again. This time I spoke to her and said, what are you doing here you have passed over she then disappeared again.

The presence of my wife was very real as I felt her get into bed and felt her hand it was as solid as mine... not sure if I was dreaming or not.

I spoke to a medium friend of mine over dinner and asked his opinion, was i dreaming or was was it real. He told me that it was more likely to be real as most visits come when you are in a dream state so as not to scare you as if they had appeared in person.I must say if I had seen her in person I would not have been scared. I would have embraced the moment as I love her very much and still miss her. Thanks for listening to me.Graham Knight

Jul 29, 2012
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Life is Truly Everlasting
by: Tanya

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Your recent experience and the way you tell it is beautifully profound. I, too, lost a loved one (mother) and have had many experiences such as yours, so please relax and know in your heart that she is merely on the other side of the veil and will visit you often. May God be with you and may He bless you and your family! And remember that no matter what others say, you know what you experienced and will continue to do so, we must see to believe, and you have seen.

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