posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 07:31 PM
From my own recent experience with a passed friend whose death caused me a lot of pain and confusion, if you make sure to pay attention, she'll let
you know what happened before too long. Right now, she's probably sorting things out for herself, and that can take time. Once she's settled on a
version of reality that suits her, she'll start dealing with the loved ones left behind, and start trying to get help in reaching back to whomever
among you is the most naturally receptive to such communication.
Just like on this side of the divide, there are folks on that side that will help out in situations like this if she feels the need to reach back to
one of you, but it's a learning process that can take time for most newly transitioned. Often it'll be a very discreet indication that she's trying to
connect, and not a full body apparition or some other spectacular manifestation. That said, there have been many people who've experienced that sort
of contact, but these were people who had been extremely close to the newly deceased, or fairly adept at perceiving that sort of thing beforehand. If
you're not naturally equipped for that kind of perception, then you may get her explanation from someone who is, or possibly in a really vivid dream
that will definitely feel different than a normal dream.
It's really difficult for the people in the eternal realm to make physical contact with the people from the corporeal realm. If you liken "alive"
people to unborn babies and newly "passed" people as babies that have just been born then you get a better idea of the physical limitations involved
here. Unborn fetuses do not have the kind of intellectual focus to appreciate that there's a world beyond the walls of the placenta they inhabit, and
the infants that have recently emerged are pretty incompetent when it comes to managing the tools available to them in their new environment. Kind of
like a deaf/mute rooming with a blind person. Not much to work with there for either of them when it comes to chatting it up.
She's sort of involved in inhaling the newness of her world right now, and might be a bit distracted by it all. Give her about 6 months to find her
footing, and see if you don't start noticing (or hearing about from others in your family) unusual incidents that bring her to your mind. If she
immediately comes to mind after a quick anomaly, then chances are that she's trying to reach out and get your attention. From there, it's like working
to establish a set of "language" criteria that will work for the both of you. This sort of thing happens a lot more than anyone would ever admit to if
you were to poll the average society of people. Most of the time, no one speaks of it because these are their loved ones, and not "ghosts" to them.
Still, it's pretty common, and if your mom passed suddenly, and without closure, she'll likely try to remedy that situation and all you need to do is
pay attention when she does.
Good luck with that.
edit on 3/1/2012 by NorEaster because: (no reason given)