LOXAHATCHEE, Fla., May 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, Inc., a 42-year-old nonprofit organization of scholars, authors, and researchers in spirituality and consciousness, announces the results of its research to identify successful methods people are using today to communicate with deceased loved ones. The Academy has identified 16 highly successful methods, ranging from the use of mediums to guided connections and instrumental communication. Some methods have as high as a 96% success rate. A study has shown that one method can reduce grief by as much as 85% in a single session.
The Academy is bringing together 19 prominent researchers, developers, and practitioners of the 16 methods for a conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, July 11-13, to explain and demonstrate the methods. Registration is open to anyone interested in knowing about successful afterlife connection methods or interested in learning ways to connect with the afterlife. Conference and registration information are at http://ascsi.org/conference/.
To illustrate the success people are having with the 16 methods, the conference presenters have assembled 85 accounts of actual afterlife communication people have experienced using the methods and have published them in the book Afterlife Communication: 16 Proven Methods, 85 True Accounts. The book is now available from Amazon.com in paperback and in a Kindle version.
Presenters in the book and at the conference include Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., author of The Afterlife Experiments and The Living Energy Universe, explaining soul phone communication; Victor Zammit, Ph.D., attorney and author of A Lawyer Presents the Case for the Afterlife, describing physical medium materializations; Rochelle Wright, M.S., state-certified psychotherapist and author of Guided Afterlife Connections, discussing how psychotherapists are helping clients have afterlife communications and holding a training workshop; R. Craig Hogan, Ph.D., professor and author of Your Eternal Self, explaining the self-guided afterlife communication procedure available free on the Internet; Sonia Rinaldi, M.S., author, lecturer, and internationally recognized researcher in Instrumental TransCommunications (ITC), describing how parents are connecting with deceased children over the phone; Maria Pe, Esq., attorney, county Chief Deputy Tax Collector, explaining how she regularly communicates with her deceased sons using meditation; Mark Ireland, co-founder of Helping Parents Heal, author of Soul Shift: Finding Where the Dead Go and Messages from the Afterlife, explaining how he communicates with his son in spirit; Suzanne Giesemann, M.A., former Navy Commander, medium, author of The Priest and the Medium and Love Beyond Words, explaining evidential medium communication; Karen Herrick, president of the Academy, describing the making of a medium; Rosemary Ellen Guiley author of more than 50 books on paranormal, spiritual, and mystical topics, explaining dream visitations; Bruce Moen, mechanical engineer and author of the Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook, holding a workshop in how to go to the afterlife to aid lost souls; Irma Slage, psychic medium and author, describing how to use automatic writing to communicate; Carol Morgan, presenting use of the pendulum to communicate; Joe Higgins, medium and author of The Everything Guide to Evidence of the Afterlife, explaining the signs that people are communicating from the afterlife; Anne Puryear, D.D., author of Stephen Lives! and Herb Puryear, Ph.D., author of The Edgar Cayce Primer and Messages from God, detailing how to build a room that research shows aids in afterlife communication; and Susanne Wilson, M.A., medium, presenting cases of successful medium connections with the afterlife.
The Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies conference on New Developments in Afterlife Communication will be held July 11-13, 2014, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Information can be found at http://ascsi.org/conference/.
Contact: R. Craig Hogan, Ph.D.
SOURCE The Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, Inc.