CLYES 09 Facilitated After-Death Communication

Mark Pitstick, MA, DC


Facilitator: Chuck Swedrock

Language: English

Capacity: 100

Saturday, June 26, 2021

1:00 pm EDT

1 hour 30 minutes

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Creating the Life You Envision Series *** with Mark Pitstick, MA, DC
Saturday, June 26th at 10 am PDT (1 pm EDT)

Series Installment Number 9:

Visit with you ‘Departed’ Loved Ones Now

*** This is the ninth of 10 (or possibly a couple more) independent presentation & interactive-oriented sessions from Mark…


Much scientific and clinical evidence now clearly shows that your ‘deceased” loved ones – people and pets – are still very much alive and well.  What’s more, they likely can still communicate and want to continue a relationship with you.

During this session, you will learn how to better perceive their presence and enjoy meaningful contact.  Your experience of them may be different than it was while they were on earth, but it still can be very comforting and joyful.

In this webinar you will: 

  • learn 4 keys to increasing the chances of an after-death communication (ADC) with your loved ones.
  • understand 3 steps to take before using this technique.
  • gain knowledge about how to get on a similar wavelength as your postmaterial loved ones.
  • have an actual facilitated ADC session using deep relaxation / hypnosis to visit with two of your ‘departed’ loved ones

Note: To optimally prepare for this session, be fully rested since deep relaxation is conducive to sleep.  Eat a light, healthy meal beforehand so you aren’t hungry or overly full.  Avoid excess caffeine and sugar for 24 hours before the session.  Avoid alcohol and recreational drugs for at least three days before the session.  Have chapstick and water. Finally, have a personal object of your loved ones you hope to contact. 

This session is not designed to replace medical or psychological care.  Do not participate in this session if you feel uncomfortable at any time.  Ask your therapist or physician before using this technique if you are under care for significant depression, anxiety, or any other “mental” symptoms.