Learn how a skeptical psychologist began receiving messages through channeled writing from his son after his tragic death.
In this episode I share an interview with psychologist Matt McKay PhD who tells how he began receiving messages after his son’s death that taught him about spirituality here in this life and in the afterlife. Matt shares his suggestions for communicating with those “on the other side.”
Click here to learn more about Dr. McKay’s work and his book Seeking Jordan: How I Learned the Truth About Death and the Invisible Universe.
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In this presentation clinical psychologist Dr. Matthew McKay will share the story of his son Jordan and how he sought to connect with Jordan after his death. He will teach us how to communicate with our own loved ones who have died.
Dr. McKay offers these suggestions for starting your own practice of channeled writing:
- Get grounded and centered
- Have a physical object that connects you to your loved one
- Use a candle or other visible object to focus your gaze
- Become more receptive bu using mindfulness, self-hypnosis, breathing techniques
- Have a special notebook handy
- Write down a question for the loved one you would like to communicate with
- Wait for words to form in your mind and immediately write down anything that arises, without judging or questioning it
- Acknowledge your doubt but don’t be paralyzed by it
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