He presents workshops at conferences for bereavement support groups, hospices, churches, colleges, spiritual centres, and many other types of institutions. His ADC research and book have been featured on television (including '20/20') and radio (including 'Coast To Coast AM'), and in numerous newspapers and magazines throughout the United States, Canada, and Great Britain.
Workshop Description for Hello From Heaven!
An After-Death Communication (ADC) is a spiritual experience that occurs when someone is contacted directly and spontaneously by a deceased family member or friend. These are direct contacts because no psychics, mediums, or devices are involved. They are spontaneous experiences because our deceased loved ones choose when, where, and how to contact us.
Bill will discuss the twelve major types of ADC experiences that people most frequently report. He will also describe six categories of ADCs that prove they are objective experiences, which provide convincing modern day evidence for life after death. Bill conservatively estimates that at least 60 million people in America have had one or more ADCs—not to mention those documented throughout the rest of the world! His presentations offer comfort, hope, and healing for everyone who has ever grieved the death of a loved one.
Hello From Heaven! by Bill & Judy Guggenheim, is the first book ever written that documents this exciting new field of research. Published by Bantam Books, it contains 353 poignant and deeply comforting ADC accounts. The paperback edition is available at all major book stores in the United States and Canada. It is also available in the United Kingdom and throughout the Commonwealth, as well as in Dutch, German, Italian, and Japanese editions. Click image FMI.
This is a book that I've personally found so inspiring and it reveals just how easy and natural it is to have an ADC (after-death communication). Alas, it's something everyone can experience—something that is inspiring, heart-warming and rich with meaning. For a wonderful example of ADCs, please see the blog, ADCs ~ Friends at the Factory.