talk to me – when the dead speak to the living
Jimahl Di Fiosa’s offering on communication between the living and dead is built upon the foundation that we are all born with a fully functioning ‘psychic center’, which allows us to interact between the worlds of spirit and form. And we die that way. The author describes in striking detail how we are switched off at a young age as what is perceived as childish imagination, is stifled by loving, if misguided parents, and later, by religion and societal pressures. It is his task, to teach the reader how to take back their power and re-learn to switch on. On our backs ride the three monkeys of ‘see no; hear no; speak no’, all must be washed away to reopen ourselves to a reality beyond our established comfort zones.
The topic is approached from this refreshing point of view in an exploration of the boundaries of existence and reality, far beyond the gates of the laws of logic and science. The writing does not venture beyond the realm of possibility. The question of how the influences of imagination, meditation, love, and religion impact our reality is studied in basic detail. The book is a review of the states of being it is quite possible for each of us to find ourselves experiencing. And highlights the importance of the ways in which we enter and pass from this world. Birth and death are the only two things we all share in common.
The book has a rhythm, the steady pace of which is the hallmark of great writing. Exercises to develop clear and strong communication are offered, as are tips on the use of the Ouija board – complete with warnings, and the proper operation of some of the electronic devices currently in vogue with ghost hunters around the world. The author’s knowledge and experience is ubiquitously utilized to set out a few rules for living, for those who choose to set out upon this path, leavened with solid, commonsense advice of the type frequently overlooked.
As a well seasoned ‘ghost hunter’ and one who has switched on, the only oversight which struck me, as the concept is in the book’s title, was the lack of acknowledgment that spirit can audibly communicate within a living person’s range of hearing. Strange, as the author mentions full and partial body apparitions, the fleeting ‘holy grail’ of the ghost hunter, often within the book’s pages. The writer’s well versed and wide ranging knowledge is well displayed in the chapter exposing the “silly” antics of many of yesterday and today’s well known parapsychologists, ghost hunters, psychics, and religious leaders, who should know better than to proclaim themselves experts in a field with so many unanswered questions. The lesson in social etiquette and basic rudeness are enlightening, and should be required reading for anyone prior to their adventuring in search of spirits or haunting.
You have Illuminist symbolism as your avatar and you call other peoples' work a "scam". Laughable.
Laughing! I don't see the word "scam" anywhere mentioned above. Your opinion, like your rectum stinks young man.