Posted 09 November 2003 - 05:22 PM
At that age-12, I think you said-non-familiar voices calling my name would certainly creep me out*LOL*it only kinda/sorta unnerved me in Mn when spirits were calling me by name
Posted 09 November 2003 - 05:28 PM
Try 8 or 9...he's just a little older than my daughter...my aunt and I were in a pregnancy contest for awhile :
Posted 10 November 2003 - 05:17 PM
The dream that had he had it over and over again, I think that he was fully aware that he was going to die. It was symbolic because we had very little time left, so many signs and I refused to believe. I have gotten over blaming myself for his death, and I am getting better. I hope that someday we will be together again.
I know now that he will always be with me, I just miss the physical person. He was a really great man. The only one that ever truly Loved me for me!!!
Thanks for being here this board has helped me alot...
Posted 10 November 2003 - 06:22 PM
Posted 11 November 2003 - 07:07 AM
Hi, Brandon, you know, while I have experienced warm spots on investigations, I'm clueless as to how they're created :-/
Hi, Dansgirl He loved you very deeply as you loved him, so I think you'll be reunited with him. Hun...we're very glad you joined us ;D
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Posted 12 November 2003 - 07:33 AM
i have experienced a voice contact three or four times - all but one were during a dream / meditative state and one was during waking hours and it scared the beejeezus out of me.
most of the time i get the usual cold / warm spot sensations, feeling like someone is in the room with me or standing close to me... movement out of the corner of my eye, a sensation of being watched.
however, the strongest of sensations i get is internal and emotional - almost like i can close my eyes and see what the spirit is trying to convey to me. i have the best luck finding out what spirits have for a purpose or the nature of their lives.
Posted 13 November 2003 - 12:35 PM
Posted 13 November 2003 - 10:54 PM
Next step, what did you dream exactly and did you just generalize it as something bad going to happen to him? I'm sorry to say that most people when confronted with such things or suggestions/news tend to be very contradictary-as kind of a poor 'xample, KS, if I were to tell you 'Don't think about oranges' what's the first thing you think of?
Hun, I'm gonna defer that question to our own OG since prescient dreams are more her area of knowledge
Posted 14 November 2003 - 10:40 AM
karensue - if you're having predictive dreams about people you know, there are a couple of different things to think about.
if the dreams are about friends or family, and it is appropriate to tell the subject of your dream about the details of it, then it is certainly alright to tell them. HOWEVER, i find that it usually works out a little better if you start out saying something like "you know, i had a really strange dream about you the other night -"
KS, you may already do this, but it kind of helps them pull themselves into it. it's never a good tactic to drop a bomb on someone and blurt out "hey! i had a dream you're going to DIE!" or "you're going to get hurt really badly in a car accident so you have to stay home and wash your hair!" people, even believers, tend to regard the "warning" communication less seriously.
it's also important to remember that dreams can also be purely psychological, even for those of us whose psi / psychic / esp / remote viewing link sometimes happens during dream time.
i've had many dreams about my grandfather's death... he's still alive, but i have found that my dreams about him don't even foretell harm being done to him. he's died about ten different ways. while those dreams are emotionally disturbing and they haunt me the day after i have them, they are basically the voice of my subconcious telling me all about how i really love my grandfather and i don't want him to die any time soon. it's also me accepting death as an ending to a phase in my life - something that i hope won't come soon, but will happen eventually.
similarly, i've had all kinds of dreams about my friends. some of those dreams *could* have been predictors of calamity, but weren't.
i'm not discounting your ability, but as a sensitive and also someone with a helping hand to give to a needy one, it is important to use the tool of self-examination and skepticism before pouncing on portends of doom.
more often than not, my predictive dreams that came true down to what was said have always been part of a fantastic and surreal dream that was exciting, but not even memorable or believable... so i often don't think to voice details about them until after it's already happened. this doesn't help my credibility, but it does cement my theory that doom dreams don't always spell out a fortune, and surreal dreams aren't always fluff.
in either case, KS, you should break the news to your friends and family casually - even if it seems unappropriate. people are naturally curious creatures and will WANT to know the advice if you make it seem like something interesting that they might want to know about.
fate is changeable, but it is up to the individual to ultimately decide the change of course. i'm afraid that in the realm of a true prediction, it's possible for your subject to change their situation with or without your warning - and perhaps without your knowledge.
it's often the case that we are witness to things that we cannot change - both in life and in the paranormal realm. the things that we cannot change are often important lessons for us to take to heart - or else the information would not have been given.
good luck and blessings -
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