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What Your Loved Ones In Spirit Want & Need From You – Mavis Pittilla

“MAVIS PITTILLA: British medium Mavis Pittilla is an iconoclast in mediumship. She saw her first spirit in 1966, and has been teaching at England’s Arthur Findlay College for psychics and mediums for approximately 35 years. So Mavis was the perfect person to discuss this important conversation on “What our loved ones in spirit want & need from us.” Mavis explains why people in spirit really want to communicate with us, why they hope we’ll visit a medium (and try to influence us to see one), how our prayers can help them, and what we can do to satisfy their desires in the spiritual world. She also shares her immense wisdom on what’s important when helping someone in deep grief, how to live from the soul, and ways that we can accelerate our spiritual growth. This is a pleasant, peaceful interview that will leave you uplifted and enlightened about spirit communication from a spirit’s perspective.” ~ Bob Olson, Afterlife TV


Medium Mavis Pittilla explains what our loved ones in spirit want from us.



Mavis Pittilla has worked with Kabalic Masters on the shores of Galilee, has demonstrated mediumship in South Africa accompanied by a Soweto choir from the shanty towns, has worked in Ireland during the troubles supporting both Protestant and Catholic families (all feeling the same pain in grief), and has worked and taught in countries throughout the world, including America, Canada, New Zealand, Holland, Norway, Iceland, and Spain to name a few.

Throughout the years Mavis Pittilla has been fortunate enough to witness physical mediumship in a way it is unlikely to be seen again. She is a keen proponent of the tarot cards and has practiced the art for over thirty years. She was introduced to the Arthur Findlay College by Gordon Higginson in the late sixties and she became a tutor and eventually senior tutor. Her great passion is teaching whether it be the fundamentals or advanced mediumship. Mavis provides master classes for tutors and has been instrumental in helping to develop many of the younger mediums currently working in England and abroad.

The author of the book “Mavis with Spirit,” Mavis Pittilla has recorded numerous CDs including “The Spirit Within” and has also appeared on several television programs. She has recorded several films including Channel 4’s ‘The Reunion” (England).

Mavis still works throughout the world but her home base is in Macclesfield, England where she provides private consultations in person and via Skype. She also works diligently in the Spiritualist Churches in the North West maintaining her grass routes belief in her religion. She firmly believes that “Love, like life, can never die.”

Mavis Pittilla’s website:
Arthur Findlay College:
Mavis and James Van Praagh’s Australian Cruise (sold out):

Afterlife TV is presented by Afterlife Investigator & Psychic Medium Researcher Bob Olson, who is the author of Answers about the Afterlife: A Private Investigator’s 15-Year Research Unlocks the Mysteries of Life after Death.

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  1. jennifer behnam says:

    hello I am kinda curious about my sibling and my family that i have lost recently…. i have had 3 sister’s and 1 brother pass away and it gets harder for me everyday to cope with there loss … my sister that just passed in november we did not have a very good relationship and i have a lot of regrets that i can no longer say to her.. my sister cathy died so suddenly that I can not seem to gather any closure… my brother killed himself and i just need to know if he is ok where he is… but most of all my dearest sister belva was my heart my whole world…. i just want to know if they are telling me to move on because I can not seem to do so …. everyday is a constant reminder of them…

  2. Oh boy, I’d sure like to meet and talk to her. I very much like to talk about this subject, it gives me goose bumps from excitement. God bless you Mavis!

  3. Natalie says:

    Another wonderful interview, Bob. Mavis is down to earth and charming – have been thinking of attending a class or two at the Arthur Finlay college – this might have tipped the scales.

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Natalie,

      So nice to hear from you. Yes, yes, yes, I think you should go. It’s supposed to be amazing. You belong there.

      Don’t forget to let me know when you’re ready for interview number 3. Many people have asked. I hope you’re well.


  4. Cindy says:

    Okay Bob….been watching your videos for quite some time now and this is one of my top picks. This interview was so inspirational – I loved the questions you asked, and of course, the answers! You asked how to help the ones that are grieving now – and this question is one that needs to be asked – thank you so much. You help me, your guests help me, thank you for your time and effort.

    • Bob Olson says:

      Wow Cindy,

      You couldn’t have written nicer words. I appreciate you taking the time to comment. You inspire me to do more.

      Thank you,

  5. Polly Case says:

    Thanks so much for this interview. Mavis – what a dear soul! I have watched every one of your interviews and I always weep with joy. This was one of the best. Thanks so much for your work – you really are changing the world. My son is “over there” almost 4 years now, and he is as close as my collar…his vibration is high right now! He loved that I watched this and will share with so many…
    blessings from Nashville-

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Polly,

      You are most welcome. I’m glad you liked this interview. And I’m happy to hear your son likes it too. I really appreciate your comment. It means a lot to me.


  6. owen hockey says:

    hi Bob,i find your talks and videos very interesting i have an open mind on this subject having had a couple of unexplained events happen to me in the past,but still find it hard to believe in life after death,my own view is life after death is in my children? please comment! keep up your work you never know i could have a change of mind? all the best to you and yours Owen

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hey Owen,

      Lucky for me, I’m not here to convince anyone of anything. I don’t mind if people don’t believe in life after death. I just do this work for those who want to learn more. But if are like I was in the 90s after my father died–wondering about life after death because you’ve lost a loved one–the best way to get over your skepticism is to have a one-hour reading with a medium. I say one hour because a half-hour reading will give you half the evidence. My first reading was 3 hours, probably because that’s what I needed to get over my cynical skepticism. And be sure the medium is a stranger to you, so when she tells you things about your life and deceased loved ones that she couldn’t possibly know, you won’t question whether she knew that about you already or not (there are many excellent guy mediums too, of course).

      This is what I was talking about in this video when I referred to personal experiences versus vicarious experiences. You’re never going to know how amazing it is to parachute out of a plane by hearing about other people’s parachuting experiences. You have to have your own experience. The same goes for spiritual experiences such as readings of spirit communication with mediums, past-life regressions, life-between-lives regressions, out-of-body experiences, and so on.

      Thanks for your comment.


  7. Thank you Bob for this wonderful interview with Mavis! I have the greatest respect for her, I was blessed to have been in a class where she was a tutor at Arthur Findlay College.
    She is a fabulous medium and tutor. Once again you bring us the best ;- keep up the great work.
    I would also suggest you go to Arthur Findlay College during the Open weekend they have for the public, you could meet many of the best mediums in one weekend and do some in person interviews, and see som great demonstrations, see the museum, grounds etc. it is a wonderful magical place, I’ll be back fo some more continuing education this year. Like Mavis said it is great to be among likeminded people 😉
    Warm regards Jennifer Wallens

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Jennifer,

      Thank you for this. I didn’t know about Open Weekend. Either way, it’s definitely a place I need to visit some day. That’s so cool that you were taught by Mavis. Love it!


  8. Robyn says:

    Hi Bob,
    Another wonderful and inspirational video. I was actually ‘jonesing’ for another interview and you delivered right when I needed it! What a beautiful soul Mavis is!

    Keep up the great work!


  9. Hi, Bob! I really enjoyed this chat with Mavis. I go to a Spiritualist church here in Augusta, Maine, and the pastor there is one of the best mediums! He has brought through several of my family members and it’s so very nice to connect with them…share our love, our news and our encouragement! I wanted to say that I am in total agreement to your concept of reincarnation and how each life we live is a personality of our soul and thus, we can be experiencing many lifetimes all at once (you know, the whole…there is not “time” as we understand it for everything is happening simultaneously…past, present and future. So, I do believe it is possible to greet a loved one on the “other side” even if your soul is experiencing another life!

    I’ve had the most amazing dreams on this! I swear to you one night I dreamed an ENTIRE lifetime in one night! Upon my death (of old age, surrounded by my large, loving family), I woke up back into this life! It was so surreal. I love to explore my spiritual beliefs through my writing and I wrote “No Matter What” because I was trying to understand reincarnation, death, life after death, karma…all of it. I believe our other lives (also called past lives) affect our current life because our soul knows all and it communicates to us through our intuition/gut feelings/instincts…that sort of thing. I believe that all forms of creativity come from a connection to the “universal consciousness” and feel most connected to spirit when writing my stories (I write a series that centers around a medium). I’ve taken mediumship classes and participated in various forms of spirit contact (the Tarot, channeling, seance, table tipping, Ouija/Spirit board, automatic writing, etc) and I have quite a library of books on the paranormal, esoteric mysteries. Like you, I learn more through personal experience than through studies. It’s too bad mediums didn’t get more credit for their important contribution to society! I think at one time, though, they were a normal part of our life.

    So anyway…I am glad to have found you and look forward to your newsletters and future videos!! Thanks so much. Blessings to you!

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Deborah,

      Here’s some serendipity: I saw on tonight’s news a ticker (at the bottom of the screen) that read that the Augusta Spiritualist Church was closed due to the blizzard. And then here’s your comment. Cool. Thank you for all your wonderful feedback. That’s an amazing dream.

      Warmest wishes,

  10. Kathrene says:

    Hi Bob,

    I’m so happy you had Mavis on your program! She knows how to bring out the soul and spirit in mediums and mediumship, both in this world and the spirit world. I was fortunate to hear her talks when I was at Arthur Findlay College. I don’t get to go as often as I would like and it’s great being able to hear Mavis’s wise words and replay them if needed. I feel it is very important to have recordings of seasoned teaching mediums such as Mavis.

    Next Friday I’m going too college for a week; there will be a surprise guest teacher. Maybe I’ll be lucky again and Mavis will make an appearance.

    Thank you again for your wonderful interviews.

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Kathrene,

      That would be really amazing if Mavis was that surprise teacher. Nonetheless, I’m sure you’ll have a magical time. How wonderful for you. I appreciate your comment. Thank you.


      • Kathrene says:

        It was a very “magical time” … much more than I ever expected. I’ll send you a private email about some of it.

  11. Charity says:

    Beautiful! Thank you and God bless Mavis and Bob, your family and all you serve here and in light! I’m blessed to have watched this today. Thank you both! And thank you Rita and Karen for liking, bringing to my attn., on facebook:) Lovely. Thank you, in love and light, Charity

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Charity,

      Rita Berkowitz is one of my favorite people. How nice that she liked the video so that you became aware of it. And I’m assuming you meant Karen Paolino, another lovely person who is doing incredible work in the world. Big thank you to them. And how kind of you to take the time to write your comment. It means a lot. Thank you.


  12. Karen says:

    Hi Bob,
    Great interview! I also believe in reincarnations and that our souls are stationary on the other side or the spirit world. During one of my meditations, I happen to discover my soul which appeared to me like the central “hub” for my current self and my past spirits…….like the main computer hard drive that collects and stores all the data. I don’t think your religion, race, beliefs, etc affects your ability to reincarnate. I believe your soul can reincarnate whenever you are ready for another adventure, but at the same time still contact your old spirit that was once on earth.

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Karen,

      I’m in agreement with you on that regarding reincarnation, but I always love hearing my guests’ varied beliefs on it. I had a life-between-lives regression where I, too, met my soul. That was a mind-trip. Thanks, Karen, for your comment. My very best wishes to you.


  13. dan says:

    Hi Bob
    I’m a fan of the afterlife, meaning that I am interested, always looking for new material on the net. I’ve encountered spirits a number times in my life, but in no way am I a medium. Recently my cousin passed on with cancer, less than a month ago. I told him many months before, when he was diagnosed not to worry, and that once he was on the other side to come and visit me, I live in Taiwan and he lived in Canada. He passed quite quickly, and shortly after, a day or so, my sister informed me that his sister got a cell phone message from his old cell phone number which had been disabled, no battery in the phone and locked away in his brother’s house. His death shook the family considerably, and they were in no mood for pranks, and were never pranksters. For an alarm I use a cooking timer, they go for 24 hrs which is more than enough, they are small and I can carry them wherever I go, being small. I only use it when I have to get up at a certain time. Shortly after learning about the phone call, one night I went to sleep, laid down in bed and the timer went off. I’ve been using them for 18 years, it’s the first time it ever went off by itself. I thought of my cousin but had to consider that it could have been the electronics involved and possibly the battery. So I let that go, but a few days later when late at night, I went to sit and reflect, my tv came on by itself, the satellite player to be exact, that has never happened before. So i figure that he has come for a visit, not just a visit but to let me know he’s about. I would prefer that he appear in front of me, or speak directly. I’ve had both experiences before, the visual is nothing to be alarmed about but the auditory experience can be quite unnerving. According to the Chinese Taoists, fear resides in the kidneys and the kidneys are connected to the ears, and when you hear a disembodied voice, in a place where you know there are no other people and it’s not possible, even knowing what you know, it’s still unsettling. Hearing his voice will be fine, it’s quite familiar to me.

    Personally, I see the afterlife as an on going situation, similar to what we experience in this plane, perhaps there are many more extensions there, faster travel, telepathy, shape shifting and so on, a mental plane where the likes and dislikes can manifest according to ones disposition. All of it is a distraction, just like here, there’s always something taking our attention from our spirit, our true nature. Proving that we are trans-dimensional beings having a human experience is an important first step (which is what I see you doing), the next step would be to find out what one’s own spirit is directly, experientially.. All that love and light that NDE’s experience are here, now, hidden by a mind turned outwards to the senses. Our beliefs blind us to reality, the narrow focus of our cultural programming has put the idea of the afterlife as a breakthrough paradigm, a panacea for some of our social ills. Materialism reign. The afterlife is just a continuation of this place, where we move from a materialist authoritarian society to a mental authoritarian society, one where you find yourself in a place according to your mental condition. A positive condition is rewarded with a positive environment, could that be true, I certainly hope not. There are many psychopaths out there that take great delight in mayhem and chaos, very upbeat about the whole thing, quite unconcerned about other’s feelings. In the afterlife, when in the presence of these mentally evolved beings, when these psycho individuals show no regret for their deeds, what then, are they cast out, caused to relive the passion play until they get the message. It comes off as to much of a reflection of this plane, with extras of course. I have a hard time seeing it that way, but that doesn’t mean it’s not so.

    I say mentally evolved beings because the spirit doesn’t evolve, it’s there already, being ignored, and if it gets any attention from the masses, for the most part it’s lip service.
    You’re doing great stuff Mr. Olson.

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Dan,

      Thanks for sharing that story. I’ve had heard several people talking about cell phone calls from people in spirit, even when the deceased person’s phone was off. That’s something we didn’t have 20 years ago. I appreciate your comments.


  14. Brendan says:

    Hi Bob,
    Thanks for the great interview which you did with Mavis. I found it very informative and interesting. Mavis is such a wise soul yet she is so down to earth. Thanks once again.

  15. Felipe says:

    Hi there Bob –

    I enjoy your shows – and really appreciate the positive and enthusiastic spirit (no pun intended..:-) that you bring to your interviews – and this blog.

    I think I’ve listened to all of the conversations you’ve had thus far – and as someone who finds myself a bit on the fence about whether I believe in the “survival” hypothesis rather than just some sort of mental radio/ESP/super PSI explanation that may be part of the fabric of our “universe” so to speak….I’m curious how you reconcile the incredibly disparate….and contradictory perspectives that so many of your guests seem to put forth?

    (e.g. – if one guest is right… by default, often negates what another may have quite articulately put forth in the previous weeks episode..:-)

    For example – in this weeks interview – the idea that a soul or spirit would need “250 earth years” before even considering a new incarnation – not only disagrees with some of what other guests have emphatically argued (and practice professionally) it would also seem to contradict some of the very best empirical data we do have for past lives being a reasonable explanation for memories in small children, etc.

    (research I know you are familiar with – some of which has been pretty well vetted by some pretty smart folks on both sides of the “belief” fence)

    I guess my question to you is – as a proud and distinguished investigator of truth – on your own spiritual journey – how do you reconcile some of these pretty significant differences – they aren’t insignificant – and in many ways – must be reconciled if we’re going to find any real truth in these dialogues, rather than just putting forward a touchy feely feelgoodism that doesn’t get us any closer to what we really ought to know if we’re serious about exploring the spiritual path with integrity and intellectual honesty)

    I appreciate your thoughts – and as a publisher in the spiritual marketplace myself – I appreciate the hard work you put into your various sites, newsletters and especially, your interviews!


    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Felipe,

      Your question has inspired me to create a video report on the subject, which will have more depth than I can offer here in this comment reply. But here’s the gist of my response. As I’ve said to other commenters, I do not agree with everything my guests say. But it is not my place to argue with them, but rather listen to what they have to say with respect and, perhaps, gain something from their beliefs. I never feel that I am right and they are wrong when I disagree, only that we each have different views. I always gain something helpful and positive from my guests even when I don’t agree with everything they say.

      Many of my guests tend to speak from their experiences and expertise in one area. So a medium will speak from his experiences with spirit communication, a regressionist from his experiences around past lives, and a person who had a near-death experience will speak from that experience. I’m an investigator, which means that I prefer to look at all the evidence and data from many of these subjects and draw my conclusions later. The benefit that I’ve gained from investigating the afterlife is that I get to look at ALL the evidence from mediumship, past-life regressions, channeling, life-between-lives regressions, children’s past-life memories, dream visitations, shared-death experiences, deathbed visions, and so on. I get to compare and contrast what each of these experiences teach us and learn from the parallels and discrepancies.

      I believe that many of the inconsistencies between experts comes from their interpretation of their experiences. When I was a private investigator investigating a crime, I often interviewed multiple witnesses to the same crime; yet just like my guests on Afterlife TV, these witnesses had variations in their stories that contradicted one another. That, of course, happened with events on the physical plane, so imagine how much more likely this will happen when multiple people are describing experiences involving the spiritual plane.

      For instance, because there is no time or distance in spirit, when a person experiences a near-death experience, everything is happening at the same time. But when they tell the story here on the physical plane, they are forced to put these simultaneous events in linear order. So they do, otherwise we could never understand them. And in the translation of all this, inaccuracies in interpretation result.

      As an investigator, I think big picture. So if I see consistencies between several different experiences (offered by several different guests, for example), then I give those consistencies more weight. And when I see differences–and even contradictions–I’m forced to take everything I know and have experienced myself to fill in those gaps and decide for myself what makes the most sense.

      Everyone who watches my interviews and reports is an investigator of the afterlife. You are each taking in data and evidence and drawing your own conclusions. That’s my intention for doing these interviews. I know that some people want definitive answers. And there are plenty of religious leaders who are willing to offer that, telling you what to believe. But I’ve noticed that dogma never fully satisfies people; most people want to draw their own conclusions. They accept some of what their religion teaches, but not all. And this is the moment they become investigators, when they begin collecting data and evidence and drawing their own conclusions along the way.

      The best evidence I’ve discovered for myself has come from my own, personal experiences. When I have readings with mediums, past-life regressions, life-between-lives regressions, and so much more, this is where I’ve gained my most compelling evidence. And so I take all these experiences and use them in conjunction with what I learn from other people’s experiences, which is what I do during my interviews. As I stated, I compare and contrast and analyze, and this is how I draw my own conclusions. And this is exactly the foundation of our legal system that decides the fates of people’s lives when juries of 12 people observe the evidence for a civil or criminal court case and choose a verdict based on that evidence. Is it perfect, no. But it’s the best that we can do. And this is true for matters of spirituality, as well.

      This is not everything I have to say about your wonderful question, but I hope it is enough to satisfy your curiosity. I really appreciate that you asked it.


  16. Louise says:

    Dear Bob,

    It is so good to see a new interview! Thank you for bringing your followers the best contributors to progress esoteric understanding. You are very good at what you do, and I am grateful you have found your calling in broadening mankind’s perspective on the unseen.

    Best to you and yours, Louise

  17. Felipe says:

    Thanks, Bob – not only do I agree with what you’ve written above 100% – I actually believe that what you’ve shared in that simple comment is really the only REAL truth there is to be gleaned from all of this work – and that all folks who pursue this path should consider the above.

    (to seek out personal experience, rather than trying to find truth in the experiences and encounters of others)

    The little lens into your own experience as you do these interviews for me is very valuable as well – as the kindness and consideration and open minded inquisitiveness you offer all of your guests – both on the show – and the comments section above – even if you don’t share their perspective on a given topic – says more about the nature of true spirituality – than any 10 interviews with psychics, or mediums or the astral plane ever could.

    So thanks for that lesson – it’s the 1 big one I need to remind myself of more often 🙂

  18. Dear Bob,

    I just want to send a note of thanks to you for the work you do in bringing hope and enlightenment to so many. I truly enjoyed your interview with Mavis Pattilla and am thrilled to find someone of her warmth and character reaching out to share her gifts and insight with us.

    Though I’ve always felt that there was so much more to us and our journey than found in traditional religious teachings, I’m a new traveler on this different and exciting path, and I learn so much from your interviews. I’ve had readings with two different mediums (recommended on your website), and know for certain they were communicating with my loved ones. Those readings brought me such comfort and have opened a whole new world of possibilities to me. I am excited to learn and experience more.

    Thank you for all that you do. I look forward to more interviews and articles.

    Best wishes,
    Virginia Brown

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Virginia,

      The new travelers have the most fun. I’m so happy and excited for you. And I thank you for your loving words. I’m very glad you enjoy the interviews.

      Warm wishes to you,

  19. Linda Bruce says:

    Hi Bob,

    My husband, Stuart passed away suddenly, 22 months ago. I have been to several mediums and am convinced there is a afterlife. The trouble is, I still feel I am in limbo. I, for some unknown reason was compelled to Google life after death and ur website came up. Clicked onto it and after watching several of the videos on there, especially the one with Mavis P, I felt so uplifted! It’s as if Stuart lead me to u. They work in mysterious ways, don’t they. Thanku so much. Linda Bruce

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Linda,

      Oh yes, they do work in such amazing and mysterious ways. I have no doubt that many people find Afterlife TV because their loved ones in spirit led them here. I appreciate you letting me know how my work has benefited you. You’re very kind to write.


  20. Brenda says:

    I so loved this very genuine interview with Mavis and I just wrote her a note on her webpage too:) I was so elated to hear you and her talk about the “soul” journey, the love we hold for those who have passed and vice versa and how to communicate with them. This interview packed so many important things in and more than anything this interview simply validated so many of my experiences and thought processes in life and spirit, and when we get validation there are no words to describe~

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Brenda,

      Thank you for sharing that. I love hearing how these interviews affect people. You are kind to write.


  21. Saralee says:

    Hi Bob,

    Thank you for this lovely interview with Mavis (I watched it twice) and all the work that you do!


  22. Sarah H says:

    Hi Bob. Thank you for sharing this, as I feel love, grief and death are all part of life. I love the after life and intrigued by it. I wake up every morning with a smile on my face after getting into this show. My question is, I do feel very bad that I do not mourn when a loved one dies. I am happy for them. I have had only a few, but would they think I don’t love them if I did not mourn for them? and how do I know what my souls work is?

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Sarah,

      I can only answer comment questions briefly, but my answer to you is that they know why you don’t mourn their passing–they understand that you understand they have gone home. As to your soul’s work, everyone’s soul’s work is to experience life on the physical plane. Since you can’t avoid doing that while living a human life, you’re already doing your soul’s work. I discuss this in more detail in my book, Answers About The Afterlife, but that’s the short answer. Thanks for your kind comments and for watching Afterlife TV.


  23. paul says:

    Hi bob is there any chance you may be able to do another interview with Mavis in the near future I find her a wonderful spirit within herself im sure many viewers would love to listen to Mavis again has its been 2 years since her last chat thanks bob

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Paul,

      That’s a wonderful recommendation. I really enjoyed having Mavis on the show too. Thanks!


  24. Alexandra says:

    Hi Bob,
    Like many others, I came onto your site because I am looking for answers. recently I’ve lost a loved one and ever since my life hasn’t been the same!
    I’ve had some experiences because I am trying to contact him, yet, I don’t know if it’s coincidence, imagination or a true communication.
    I tried to contact Mavis, but for some reason, my mail is not going through and you mentioned reading using skype. Could you please give me the details.
    Thank you Bob

    • Bob Olson says:

      Hi Alexandra,

      Sorry for your loss. My reading with Mavis was arranged by email and then took place via Skype. It was the same as a phone reading but I was able to see her, of course. If you’ve already contacted her by email through her website, it’s possible she’s on holiday so I would try again (phone, email, whatever the site shows). Good luck with it!


      • Alexandra says:

        Hi Bob,
        Thank you, I finally succeeded to send it and I will soon book an appointment.
        Thank you again,

        • Bob Olson says:

          Hi Alexandra,

          Great news! I hope your reading is every bit as wonderful as mine.


  25. Dee says:

    I had some bizarre things happen when I lost someone I was very close to. It only happened for a while after their death. I guess there was un finished biz. That whole experience was huge. The second experience was with my Dad, who I wasn’t very close to, and wasn’t really expecting anything to happen ( it did),yup, un finished biz. My Mom who I was very close to, I got zip! I even said to her, ”when you go Ma, come give me a sign from the other side’ (half joking). We had no unfinished biz.

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