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Giving Thanks to Healthcare Workers: What I’ve Learned & How It May Ease Your Suffering

Being the time of the year for giving thanks, I thought I’d create a special episode for the doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers who are sacrificing a lot in order to help all of us during this worldwide health crisis. I feel inspired to share seven insights that I’ve gained during my chosen calling of the last 23 years, because I believe it might be helpful to them at this time. If you know a doctor, nurse or healthcare worker who might benefit from this, I hope you’ll share it with them.

I’ve watched the video footage on TV of so many doctors and nurses who are exhausted, depleted, disheartened and mourning the loss of more patients than they ever imagined losing during their careers. And it seems that this tragic reality in which they now find themselves, struggling to combat a seemingly random and compassionless nemesis, is only going to escalate before we have a treatment or preventative measure to begin turning it around.

Every time I hear a doctor or nurse speak about their anguish, I think to myself, I wish for their sake that they knew what I have learned from my odd-yet-illuminating calling. Because what I’ve learned, which I’ve been sharing with others for two decades now, has proven to ease the harsh sting of grief. Sometimes it helps a lot. Sometimes it helps just a little. Yet even a slight lessening of one’s grief can mean the difference between moving forward or being stuck. This episode offers a nutshell explanation of what I’ve learned that may help healthcare workers suffering in this way.

With love in my heart going out to you and yours,
Bob Olson AfterlifeTV.com, BobOlson.com & BestPsychicDirectory.com

PS, Special thanks to my wife, Melissa, for the gorgeous photos in video.

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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.

Check out Bob Olson’s other sites: BestPsychicDirectory.com (a directory of hundreds of psychics & mediums by location with reviews & Instant Readings) & BestPsychicMediums.com (his personal recommended list of tested psychics and mediums) or visit Bob’s Facebook Page. Bob also has a popular workshop for psychics and mediums at PsychicMediumWorkshop.com.

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Hi everybody. Bob Olson here with a brief yet important segment today. Being the time of the year for giving thanks, I thought I’d create a special episode for the doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers who are sacrificing a lot in order to help all of us during this worldwide health crisis. I feel inspired to share seven insights that I’ve gained during my chosen calling of the last 23 years, because I believe it might be helpful to them at this time. If you know a doctor, nurse or healthcare worker who might benefit from this, I hope you’ll share it with them.

I’ve watched the video footage on TV of so many of you who are exhausted, depleted, disheartened and mourning the loss of more patients than you ever imagined losing during your career. And it seems that this tragic reality in which you now find yourself, struggling to combat a seemingly random and compassionless nemesis, is only going to escalate before we have a treatment or preventative measure to begin turning it around.

Every time I hear one of you speak about your anguish, I think to myself, I wish for your sake that you knew what I have learned from my odd-yet-illuminating calling. Because what I’ve learned, which I’ve been sharing with others for two decades now, has proven to ease the harsh sting of grief. Said another way, understanding what I’ve learned about life after death somehow comforts loss. Sometimes it helps a lot. Sometimes it helps just a little. Yet even a slight lessening of one’s grief can mean the difference between moving forward or being stuck.

I happened to be a private investigator in my 30s when my father died at the young age of 64. And because it was literally my job to question things that I did not know or understand, it was a natural response for me to choose to use my skills as a private eye to investigate what happened to my father following his death. Although I was raised Catholic and went to several years of Catechism classes, I found myself without a spiritual foundation upon which to deal with my grief. I hoped that obtaining answers to my questions about life after death might provide this foundation.

Long story short, my commitment to investigating the afterlife became my own private investigation, and I’ve been continuing it since 1997 when my father died. If you can allow yourself to at least consider what I have to share with you, dear doctors, nurses and healthcare workers, you might discover something that can ease your suffering during this current health crisis, if even just a little. I promise to keep it brief, and if you think my gift to you is the least bit helpful, I have additional resources where you can learn more.

Before I mention the seven insights I wish to share with you, I should mention that many of you already know, firsthand, the afterlife evidence I have discovered in my investigation. In fact, I’ve heard these stories from many doctors and nurses over the course of my investigation. When your patients talk about seeing deceased loved ones welcoming them hours or days prior to dying, that’s known as a

“deathbed vision.” When you are in the room while someone is dying and you mentally experience their spiritual transition to the other side as if having a front-row seat, this is known as a “shared-death experience.” And when your patients tell you about an other-worldly experience where they leave their body, see one or more spiritual beings, and possibly travel through a tunnel toward a bright light of love, this is known as a “near-death experience.” And you might have also heard people say they were visited by a person who died and the dream felt real to them. This is known as a “dream visitation.” There is a great deal more evidence of life after death, but I’ll end with those examples because these are experiences that are commonly known by doctors and nurses.

Here are the seven insights I have for you based on what I’ve learned in my 23 years of investigating life after death.

  1. When people die in your hospital, nursing home or care facility, their consciousness—not their body, but basically their mind—transitions to another place, a dimension we typically refer to as the afterlife, life after death, or what some people call heaven.
  2. All your patients who die are instantly met by loved ones who have died before them, people now in spirit who are there to provide what I can best refer to as a “Welcome Home” party. This is a most joyful and loving celebration, because these people have now returned to our true home. And their loved ones in spirit, including their pets, are there to shower them with affection and even admiration for a job well done during their human lifetime (regardless of how long or short that lifetime may have been).
  3. While you as their doctor, nurse or caretaker are deeply saddened by their passing, they are feeling more love, more bliss, and more peace than they were ever able to know in their human body. Yet, because a spiritual being can be in more than one place at a time, while they are being showered with love during their homecoming celebration, they are also with you—beside you—literally hugging you to ease your grief and suffering. They know what you are thinking and can feel what you are feeling, so they do what they can to lessen your pain due to their loss. They do this for you because of the love they feel for you, and they don’t want you to suffer in response to their transition back home.
  4. After your patients have gone home to the spirit world, they will make attempts to thank you for the love and care you gave them. They might show up in your dreams. They might appear to you in a flash as you close your eyes to rest. You might hear them call your name, or smell their cologne or perfume, or even see them appear in front of you. This is their way of saying hello and communicating that they are grateful for everything you did for them.
  5. Not everyone has the ability to experience dream visitations, or hear, see or smell messages from spirit, so your patients who are now in spirit might send you what we call “after-death communications.” There are many possibilities here, but some more common ones are putting coins, feathers or some other token objects in your path that will remind you of them. They can also influence birds or animals to show up to you in ways they hope you will notice. Cardinals are a common bird they utilize for this, because cardinals are easily noticed. These signs are signals from them that they still exist and are thanking you for the care you gave them.
  6. Doctors and nurses see a lot of death in their vocations, more today than ever. So I don’t mean to suggest that every patient who dies is going to send you messages from the afterlife. Still, without a doubt, there are particular patients with whom you connect more deeply than others. You know who they are, and they know who you are. These are the people whose deaths hurt a little more, and who remain a part of your memory long after their passing. These are also the people who will shower you with love and healing energy from the spiritual dimension. You need not know they are there. You need not recognize any signs or signals from them. But they are with you all the same.
  7. I have obtained a great deal of evidence that has taught me that your patients’ deaths were planned from a spiritual perspective. Furthermore, this evidence has led me to conclude that your patients who have passed during this Pandemic knew this was a possibility for them before they were born. I do not believe that spirits choose a particular day, time and cause of death prior to birth, but I’m convinced they know approximately how long they will live.

    What I’m trying to convey to you is that whatever the cause of your patients’ passings, it is merely their opportunity to go back home. It is not shortening a life that was meant to be longer. It is not depriving them of a bright future, because that future was never meant to be. People die young or people die old because that was the plan of that consciousness before they ever entered the womb. The car accident, the cancer or the virus is merely the opportunity to exit the human flesh, the vehicle for returning to spirit. Just like the wave that rushes upon the shore to experience the beach, it always returns back to the ocean. Accordingly, the spirit that has a physical life always returns to the soul (the whole self) in the spiritual dimension.

This is the gist of what I’ve learned as a private eye who turned his skills toward investigating the afterlife. This information does not make any death less tragic or saddening. Death to those of us left behind simply sucks, if I’m being honest about it. But for those of you who are diminishing your own lives in order to care for those of us who find ourselves in your care, my wish for you is that I could help you avoid being beaten down by the abyss of grief and loss. If I could download what I’ve learned into your mind, which has proven time and again to add some level of comfort to peoples’ grief among my online audience and book readers, I believe it might help you as you work to help all of us.

If you find any of this eases your suffering, if even just a little, I have an iTunes podcast and YouTube show that is absolutely free where you can learn more (Afterlife TV), and I have a book where I share all my findings about life after death (Answers About The Afterlife).

Thank you doctors, nurses and caretakers for the calling you’ve chosen. You are true heroes during this current health crisis, for sure, but even more you are the hand holders, hope givers, pain diminishers, and often the only companions present when we are not allowed to be there with our loved ones. We are grateful to you for all these services, and hope that whatever it is you need from us, you never hesitate to ask for our assistance. Be safe, and please take care of yourself while you take care of us.

With love and appreciation,

Bob Olson

AfterlifeTV.com
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BestPsychicDirectory.com


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.

Check out Bob Olson’s other sites: BestPsychicDirectory.com (a directory of hundreds of psychics & mediums by location with reviews & Instant Readings) & BestPsychicMediums.com (his personal recommended list of tested psychics and mediums) or visit Bob’s Facebook Page. Bob also has a popular workshop for psychics and mediums at PsychicMediumWorkshop.com.

Don’t miss another Afterlife TV episode. Join our email list to get new video announcements (and to download a free excerpt of Bob’s book): CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER.

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