Lyon White's Mum Peggy talks to her dead father
Type of Spiritual Experience
What is fascinating about this observation is the implication that Lyon had to be present for this to happen, as though he/she was the bridge.
A description of the experience
The Wisdom of Near Death Experiences - Dr Penny Sartori
I have two very interesting examples related to me by different friends. The first is from Lyon White from Sussex:
My mother Peggy, whilst in the latter stages of Alzheimer’s disease was no longer able to converse with any coherency at all. Her conversation consisted of what could only be described as 'gobble-de-gook'.
She had a spell in hospital. On one particular visit she was lying on the bed with her back facing towards the door. As I slowly entered the room I could hear her speaking very clearly with her eyes closed . . . Listening carefully, she was having a conversation with her father, who had passed over many years previously. He had been a much-loved policeman in Kent and had been murdered on duty; Mum had been devastated as they were very close. I heard her say,
'Yes, Dad, I know how much my Bobby loved me' - Bobby was my father who had passed away about six months before. It was then that mum realized there was someone in the room with her, opened her eyes and reverted to her state of being unable to communicate with words of understanding.
I may be making assumptions but it was clear to me that she was in another dimension with my grandfather. Mum used to say to me that she could 'go' if I went with her. When she talked about going home I knew it was not to bricks and mortar that she meant!