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Millions of people talk to the dead every day – and so can you with these three easy steps!

All you have to do is clear your mind of thoughts and worries and tune in to the invisible lines of communication that exist between the living and the dead.

With a little practice, you’ll be able to speak with dead friends and loved ones at will, just like millions of other people who rely on the dead to give them advice and guidance on a daily basis.

“It might sound too good to be true – but it’s not,” declared Dr. John Stanton, whose exciting book, Talking to the Dead, is expected to hit bookshelves next spring.

“Studies suggest that as many as 720 million people across the world communicate with dead relatives and loved ones every day. They rely on them for all kinds of advice, ranging from financial problems and career choices to lucky numbers for the lottery.

“These people aren’t lunatics or crackpots,” he added. “They’re solid citizens like you and me. And if you want to learn how to talk to the dead, you can.

“It’s as easy as one, two, three.”

In his book, Dr. Stanton tells how Mrs. H.G. of Los Angeles won a $1.7 million lottery jackpot using numbers she got from her husband, who was killed in a car crash four years earlier. He also cites the case of R.T. of Baltimore, who bought stock at the urging of his dead dad – and re-sold it four weeks later for a $240,000 profit.

You can learn to talk to the dead with the following tips from Dr. Stanton’s book. The three-point plan is easy to master and will work for anyone, Dr. Stanton said.

  1. Find a quiet place to sit or lie down. Close your eyes and clear your mind of all thoughts and worries.
  2. When you feel perfectly relaxed, fix a mental image of the person you want to communicate with in your mind.
  3. After a few seconds, ask the person a question. Keep your mind focused on the mental image of the person you want to communicate with. Do not put words in his mouth. Wait patiently for the reply.

“You might connect on the first try, but don’t count on it,” said Dr. Stanton. “Chances are, you’ll have to practice the techniques for a week or so before you break through the invisible boundary between the living and the dead.

That’s not to say that you should wear yourself out. Five minutes a day is more than enough to master the procedure.”