The Best Tangible Evidence of Life After Death
Afterlife Evidence You Can Hold in Your Hands
There’s so much skepticism around the afterlife because there’s so little tangible evidence of it. When I think of “tangible,” I think of touchable, physical, and solid. The most compelling evidence is experiential, meaning it’s something we experience, like mediumship, past-life regression, a dream visitation, or even a near-death experience. Yet experiential evidence is only convincing to the person having the experience. If a person were to tell her best friend about her dream where her deceased child visited her, the friend would likely listen to the story with sincere interest but not be able to set aside her skepticism.
After my first reading with a medium, I was so excited from the three hours of evidence I’d accumulated that I called two people to tell them the news. The first was my best friend, David, who I called at work. He listened with enthusiasm to my unusual story. Except for an occasional comment where he used the word “holy,” emphasized with some cursing, he sat in pensive silence, letting his voicemail system accept all his phone calls.
David listened to my tale like a true friend. “Wow, that is a lot to take in, Bob. If it were coming from anybody else, I’d never believe it.” There was a long pause. “Phoebe is gonna freak when she hears this story. Tell me more; tell me more!” (Phoebe is David’s wife.)
I did tell David more, and his enthusiasm oozed from his pores. But in the end, he confessed that it was difficult for him to fully accept it. “I hear you telling me all this, Bob, and I believe you—I really do—but there is a part of me that refuses to accept it. It’s like, I know you’re not pulling a prank on me, but I’m waiting for you to start laughing and yell, ‘Gotcha!’” David acknowledged that he would have to find out for himself by seeing a medium on his own.
The second person I called was my mother. She, too, listened with attentive ears. Nonetheless, once I finished listing all the accurate messages that this stranger (the medium) had relayed to me from my mother’s deceased husband, sister, and mother-in-law, her response was, “I believe that you believe it.”
People need evidence they can hold in their hand, something they can show to their friends and family and say, “Here it is. This is evidence of life after death. Take it. Hold it. Contemplate it.” There’s nothing better than having something you can carry around with you to show others, and it took me a year before I came upon this type of evidence during my investigation of life after death.