Jan 22, 2020
“Little Betsy is going home now.” I was dreaming one morning when I heard the familiar voice of a woman who was waving good-bye to me. She looked like my Aunt Betty, but years younger than my first memories of her. She had been sick for a long time, but I hadn’t thought about her in months. I called my mother and found out her sister had died that night. I had never heard her called Betsy, and she said it was a pet nickname only used by my Uncle Walt.
My visitation dream can be considered a form of after-death communication (ADC), one of the four categories of spiritually-transformative experiences (STEs) included in my new Spiritual Alphabet Soup of Death and Dying blog.