From eavesdropping on many conversations between spirits, from what I can make out, I get the sense that they enjoy giving things to each other. They do it voluntarily. Often offering food items and other small objects. Or in other cases, they like to “play” store, or restaurant. There seems to be an exchange of money, but I think that it may only be symbolic. It is like the “make-belief” games that children tend to play. I think that the movie What Dreams May Come, might be very accurate in the sense, that they can create what they want,;like in the scene of the movie where Robin William’s character creates a cup of coffee from his imagination.
A while ago, I heard this conversation that I recorded on EVP. I was at a housewares store waiting in line. There were only a few customers in the entire store.
These clips are quite good despite the background noise. But if you want a better listening experience, I recommend using headphones, of course. These clips are repeated on loop.
Someone asked P, “Where did you et the headphones?”.
From what I could gather, someone was looking for headphones for a kid, and they saw P with some. P gave it to them, and put it on the kid. They commented, “Ohh, that’s too big”.
The kid answered, “They’re ok”. I hear a slight tone of dissatisfaction in the voice, but “better than nothing” kind of attitude.
Then P said, “I will make them smaller for you”.
The kid said, “That’s perfect”.
They told P, “Thank you so much”.
Hearing these conversations really warms my heart. I often wish I could pull things out of my imagination to give to people what they need. My dad used to joke that people in heaven have jobs. He suggested to me that in heaven, they still needed fashion designers (I studied fashion design in university). Maybe he is right? Seeing as in the afterlife, one still retains the knowledge they acquired in life, they would have the best expertise to imagine things into their reality.
These recordings were recorded using my EVP Wrist Recorder 3 on November 15, 2019.
Image above: “Prince’s desk”, courtesy of Carver County.
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