Communicating Across the Veil of Death with Cynthia Spring

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Is death actually a transition from one kind of life to another? Are our loved ones close at hand even after death? Can we collaborate with loved ones from different sides of the veil of death? Is there a reality to “soul” and “spirit?” This deep dialogue explores these subjects and her surprising collaboration beyond the veil of death with Frances Vaughan, who had passed away, and much more. Dr. Vaughan describes God, “God is not an individual for sure. God is an omni presence. Some people call it love.” She describes in detail a kind of atmosphere of love and light and communion that pervades the dimension that she’s in and other dimensions that she has access to and understands that she’s moving along an evolutionary path and the goal is to become one with the One. The message is that we are always one with the One, we just have to wake up and realize it. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)


Cynthia Spring is a media producer and for 20 years was deeply involved in local ecology in the San Francisco Bay area. Her most recent book is a collaboration beyond the veil of death between herself and the late Dr. Francis Vaughan who passed from this life in 2017.

 Books by Cynthia Spring include: 

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Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How Spring was inspired to reach out to her friend Dr. Frances Vaughan after meeting Matthew McKay describing his own contact with his deceased son
  • How the experience of “talking” to someone who has died was a new experience for Spring
  • What are the two realities that Vaughan describes as different frequencies
  • How the afterlife is a continuing education experience
  • How Dr. Vaughan uses the term “God” for something that is quite ineffable
  • What is our assignment after death
  • How “heaven” becomes a consensus reality that smaller collections of souls agree on so it can look a lot like earth
  • What is said about doing a life inventory or life review
  • Do our loved ones want to be contacted by us
  • What does Dr. Vaughan say about the chaotic and perilous times in which we live
  • What does she mean when she refers to spiritual first responders
  • What are spirit guides and do we all have them
  • What does Dr. Vaughan say about suicide
  • How intuition is another sense like seeing and tasting
  • How Vaughan sums up death by saying, “It is a transition”

Host: Justine Willis Toms   Interview Date: 9/30/2019   Program Number: 3688 

Music Playlist

From Album: Bring the Flavors 
Artist: Jack Gates

Opening Essay: Track 01 - Bring the Flavors
Music break 1: Track 02 – Tune In 
Music Break 2: Track 04 - Waterfalls 
Music Break 3: Track 07 – Cloud Forest