Today, most people are able to have afterlife communication with loved ones who have crossed over. The Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies' 39th Annual Conference, July 2014, is devoted to the range of methods available today. (http://ascsi.org/conference/index2.html).
Two of the most successful are Guided Afterlife Connections and Self-guided Afterlife Connections. Guided Afterlife Connections are performed by psychotherapists in their offices. They are over 95% successful, and they reduce grief from an average of 9.42 on a 10-point scale to an average of 1.41 in one session.
Self-guided Afterlife Connections use a procedure available free on the Internet that anyone can go through in their home, at any time. It is 86% successful in helping people have connections.
R. Craig Hogan, Ph.D.
R. Craig Hogan, Ph.D., is the director of the Center for Spiritual Understanding, an Illinois 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to helping people establish and maintain ongoing relationships with loved ones who have passed from the Earth plane to the next plane of life.
He co-authored Induced After-Death Communication: A New Therapy for Healing Grief and Trauma with Allan Botkin, Psy.D. and Guided Afterlife Connections: They Come to Change Lives with Rochelle Wright.
Dr. Hogan is the author of Your Eternal Self, presenting the scientific evidence that the mind is not confined to the brain, the afterlife is a reality, people’s minds are linked, and the mind affects the physical world. The book is hailed as “number one from the standpoint of offering the reader the full gamut of phenomena supporting the survival hypothesis in clear and concise language” (Michael Tymn, managing editor, The Searchlight) and “an eye-opening look at the pseudo natural and everything related to the human mind—highly recommended for anyone into the science beyond the mundane world” (“Reviewer’s Choice,” Midwest Book Review, June 2008).
He is on the boards of the Academy of Spiritual and Paranormal Studies, Association for Evaluation and Communication of Evidence for Survival, and the American Society for Standards in Mediumship and Psychical Investigation.
Dr. Hogan co-authored the Personal Styles Inventory, based on Carl Jung’s work, wrote two books on business writing, co-authored a book training supervisors in schools to more effectively work with teachers, and developed several Web sites devoted to business writing and spiritual understanding.
He has been a professor of business communications at two universities, curriculum and training administrator at two universities and a medical school, and director of his own online business writing school.