Time magazine reports that on October 18th, 2012, a woman known as one of New York’s top 10 Psychics named Reverend Betsy Cohen states that she has recently contacted Steve Jobs. Unfortunately, the news she received from her contact is not looking good for Jobs.
Cohen was interviewed by Motherboard TV and told them that she had been contacting him for several days in the afterlife. She said that she found his spirit to be that of a very judging and criticizing one and that it made for several “rough” days.
She claims that whatever we do with our lives while on earth, we have to “sit in” on the same thing in the afterlife. She feels that Jobs is not currently “in hell”, but that he is in his own man-made hell and spends a lot of time trying to get out of it.
She tells the magazine that there is good news for him though. According to her, each of us have souls working for us that are more developed and who work as guides and mentors to us, teaching and leading us when we step into the afterlife.
Cohen states that Jobs informed her of feeling that he had lived his life with blinders on. He feels that he could have still managed to have been successful if he would have kept his competitiveness and personal relationships balanced instead of just being on the competitive side more often than not. He told her that he still struggles to learn some important lessons, such as the fact that “competition without regard to the feelings of others is not necessary to success” and also that he could have been just as successful if he would have by worked together with people and taken the time to discover their special gifts and talents.
It has said that Jobs’ last words before he passed away were “Oh, wow”; Cohen states that by “oh, wow”, what he meant was really “Holy *bleep*, I didn’t get it!”
She tells the magazine that Jobs is aware of the lessons that he has to learn in order to be at peace, but he just hasn’t learned them as of yet. He told her that he still has to review his life in all the years past, but more specifically, he needs to really focus on reviewing his past year.
Unfortunately, Cohen is not able to tell us what will happen to Jobs when he finally does learn the necessary lessons, or even how he can manage to learn those lessons in the afterlife.
Her only assumption is that he will eventually learn those important lessons and then become a developed spirit and will be a mentor and teacher to other spirits who enter the afterlife, much like the ones that are leading him.