Roberta Grimes on We Don’t Die Radio


Business Attorney Roberta Grimes had two extraordinary experiences in childhood that RobertaGrimesPicprompted her to spend decades studying nearly 200 years of communications from the dead.

Using this material, the principles of quantum mechanics, and latest developments in consciousness research, she was able to assemble a detailed picture of what happens after death.

In 2010 Roberta published “The Fun of Dying – Find Out What Really Happens Next.” A 2014 sequel, “The Fun of Staying in Touch,” details the many ways in which the dead give us signs of their survival, and also some astonishing recent advances in the field of life after death communication. She now follows those books with her latest, “Liberating Jesus,” which examines the words of Jesus from the viewpoint of afterlife evidence. Roberta argues that Jesus is much more than a religious figure.

Robert is a graduate of Smith College and Boston University School of Law. She has a weekly podcast called “Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes,” with hundreds of thousands of subscribers. Listen to her show on iTunes or at Web Talk Radio.

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During this awesome interview, Robert answers questions like: What is like to die and wake up in the afterlife? Are our family, friends and pets there to greet us? Do we have a life review? What does quantum physics tell us about life after death? Do our children grow up in Heaven? What happens to someone who commits suicide?

We talk about the power of forgiveness, spirit guides, how we can raise our vibrations, why kindness and love are so important and so much more. She does recommend medium Susanne Wilson as being very accurate and wonderful (she says tell her Roberta Grimes recommended her for faster booking at

This is a valuable episode, worth listening to several times. Both to really have faith that life after death is real and give you some powerful tools for living life TODAY.

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