There are a number of reasons why people don’t believe.
Some are scared of what they cannot see or understand;
some are brainwashed from childhood;
some simply pretend they don’t believe in the existence of God;
some even deny their belief because they are afraid that their family and friends might laugh at them;
some do not accept this belief because they are guilty;
for some, it is easier to stay on the wrong path because they are weak.
Most of the people who come to me for help are teenagers or youngsters in their twenties and early thirties – very few old people.
Older people are set in their ways of thinking and deny the existence of an afterlife,
and they fear the spirit world in general.
The ones who are guilty won’t come because they are scared to admit their guilt, as they know what they have done;
they generally continue to do bad things, and don’t want others to find out, so they avoid this knowledge.