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Jan. 15, 2020

You Don't Have to Be a Shaman To Communicate With the Otherside

You Don't Have to Be a Shaman To Communicate With the Otherside

Talking to Spirit is part of life. You don't have to be a shaman to do it. Everyone can do it easily. In today's episode, Richard Martini shows us how!
Writer/Director/Author Richard is an award winning filmmaker, who has written and/or directed 8 theatr...


Talking to Spirit is part of life. You don't have to be a shaman to do it. Everyone can do it easily. In today's episode, Richard Martini shows us how!

Writer/Director/Author Richard is an award winning filmmaker, who has written and/or directed 8 theatrical features, and a number of documentaries. His first book, "Flipside: A Tourist's Guide on How to Navigate the Afterlife" went to #1 twice at Amazon in all its genres. The book is based on transcripts of a documentary he made which is available at Amazon (Flipside: A Journey Into the Afterlife) and Gaiam TV.

His books "It's a Wonderful Afterlife" volumes one and two expands the research into the afterlife from Michael Newton's work, to include interviews with a number of scientists in the field of consciousness, including Dr. Bruce Greyson, Dr. Mario Beauregard, and Gary Schwartz Phd. He also examines near death experiences and compares their accounts to similar ones during between life sessions (the technique used by Michael Newton that allows people to access the between lives realm, or LBLs) and other examples (OBEs) where people may have lost their ability to think normally, but are having the same experiences.

In "Hacking the Afterlife" he interviews mediums and explores "interviewing people no longer on the planet." As Gary Schwartz put it after reading "Flipside" “Inspiring, well written and entertaining. The kind of book where once you have read it, you will no longer be able to see the world in the same way again.”

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