A: We on this side don't have all
the answers. We can talk from experience which is probably the best source
of information about Alzheimer's disease.
Each soul with Alzheimer's at the end of his or her life
on Earth is unique. No two souls are exactly alike. We can only speak in
Most people who cross over have some type of infirmity.
Sometimes the infirmity hastens their trip to the other side. Even the
event called "natural death" has some physical cause, some infirmity.
When people have Alzheimer's, senile dementia, brain damage and other brain
illnesses such as tumors or cancer, they are missing some parts of the
After they cross, there is eventual recovery, just as
there is recovery from other physical deformities, diseases, etc. Some
souls take longer to recover than others. It has been our experience that
there is no set period of time for recovery.
Although it helps, the soul doesn't have to be in a conscious
state to recover. Some souls are kept in a hospital or infirmary, or rest
home until they recover. Some need rest or sleep so their soul can recover.
Some are so badly traumatized that they need years of rest.
The care given is always appropriate for the individual
soul. All souls recover. It just takes time--sometimes more than one lifetime.