Thank you Richard Martini for what you have said below from above – you have helped me so much this year with my grief with my father- can’t thank you enough….
Happy New Year. It’s the flipside of 2018, so to speak. When I think of all the odd things I’ve learned this year about the flipside, I can only say “It’s all gonna be… okay. Just let go.” As Paul’s mother Mary told him from the flipside; “Let it be.”
Let go of fear, anger, resentment, all the stuff that holds you back from being what you signed up to be. To laugh, to love, to cry, to taste love and give love. It’s hard when the rain is falling to know there’s sunshine on the other side of the clouds – but if you could hear what I’ve heard, seen what I’ve seen, spoken to the people that we’ve spoken to (Happy New Year my cellphone-to-the-Flipside Jennifer Shaffer!) you’d breathe a little easier, laugh a little longer. Take up meditation. It cures or alleviates depression.
Yes, we are only here for a short amount of time – and yes, we don’t end, we just find ourselves on a new adventure. But that doesn’t negate or change any of the amazing fun we’ve had here, can have here, or why we chose to participate in this adventure. We are all connected, all of us on both side of the fence or wall, on both sides of the aisle, on all the continents, all of us in a quantum way – we can’t see it, but we can feel it – if you’re still breathing you’re still feeling. Spend a minute opening your heart up to everyone and all things – if only for a a few seconds.
As Harry Dean Stanton told us (from the Flipside) “Believe in the possibility of an afterlife, because then you won’t spend any more time arguing about it like I did.” If you open yourself up to the possibility that you are here for a reason, that maybe you chose to be here – you’ll see the planet from new eyes. By going into your past and examining why you chose it, you change your present and you change your future.
You can change the past, you can change the present, you can change the future by examining it. (Once examined, you can’t unlearn what you’ve learned.) And it leads to hope and understanding that change is not only inevitable, but part of our plan, our path, our journey. You don’t have to walk around with your heart open all day long – or head in the afterlife – or even wonder what you were thinking when you chose to be here – but if you can think about it for a minute, as it will change everything you thought you once knew.
By wishing happy new year to those you love, to those you have loved, to those on the planet, to those no longer here, but who want to stay involved in your life by having you read this missive – it’s like they’re tapping you on the shoulder right this very moment. “Yes. We still love you. We are still here.”
The best gift we learned in “Backstage Pass to the Flipside: Talking to the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer” was in order to speak to a loved one, 1. just say their name. 2. Then ask them questions. 3. When you “hear the answer before you can form the question you’ll know you have a connection.”
That’s not my theory, belief or opinion – I filmed that advice coming directly from someone no longer on the planet who claims he’s helping those over there “stay in touch with all of us.” Now you know what I know. For more odd thoughts in 2019 www.richmartini.com