This week it was reported that Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina spoke to Oprah Winfrey about Whitney’s death because she wanted to tell the world that the ‘spirit’ of Whitney is still at her side.
Bobbi Kristina was quoted as saying ‘I can still laugh with her and talk to her. I can hear her voice telling me keep moving baby I got you. She’s always with me; I can always feel her with me. Her spirit is strong I feel her pass through me all the time.’
Interestingly Bobbi Kristina was also quoted as saying ‘Throughout the house lights turn on and off, and I’m like Mum what are you doing?’
Bobbi Kristina appears to be experiencing after death communication. This has been commonly reported by many people. However, many people are very reluctant to tell others about these communications in case they won’t be believed. I have written about after death communications in my forthcoming book (it’s in the process of being published) and have got some very interesting examples including one from children’s author Shelley E Parker who received many communications from her fiancé after he was tragically killed in a helicopter crash.
I have spoken to many people who have reported similar things to Bobbi Kristina and there are a few very interesting books which describe various other kinds of after death communication. One very interesting read is called Hello from Heaven by Bill and Judy Guggenheim.
One thing that particularly interests me is electrical disturbances around death – many people who have a NDE report disturbances in their electrical field after their NDE. There are also many documented reports of electrical disturbances after people have died. Many people have reported lights flickering, radios unexpectedly turning themselves on, lights being left on even after they have been turned off. It was especially interesting to me to read that Bobbi Kristina had mentioned the house lights turning on and off.
How inspiring that Bobbi Kristina has shared this so publicly with the world. I’m sure it will give comfort to many others who are themselves experiencing the loss of a loved one and it will also reassure others who have experienced some kind of after death communication.