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#16 jimmary

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 09:06 AM

That's a very good angle to consider, saralove.

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Posted 08 June 2014 - 03:07 PM

I would really like if someone could answer this. I am 13. I have had vivid nightmares since i was young. But lately they have been getting steadily worse. I have been staying up all nightand only sleeping a few hours in the day. I can't eat either. My mom is very worried about me, and I hate that I'm the one she is worried about. The nightmares are about my family getting murdered by a black shadow. I've seen this shadow before. I saw it when I was younger and it has been present in most of my nightmares. The last nightmare I had before I stopped sleeping, I woke up with a few new scratches and bruises on my arms and legs, but I wrote it off as sleepwalking. But I remembered that my mom had put sage in my room, because I was getting angry and depressed, which is very unusual for me because I am a big optimist. And normally when my mom puts sage in my room, the sleepwalking stops. So, I asked her about my nightmares, and she said most the women in our family are sensitive, so I may be sensitive. So, am I sensitve? If I am, How do I control it? And what about the shadow? How do I get rid of it? I would appreciate it if someone answered this.



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Posted 09 June 2014 - 12:04 PM

You're a 13 year old female whose body is blossoming into womanhood and you're full of raging hormones. That's typical.



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Posted 10 June 2014 - 08:04 AM

Hayleigh, there are people on here who can give you advice on matters such as this (saddly, I'm not one of them).  You just need to bounce around to the different forums on here that are related to your situation and see if you can get some responses and maybe give you some potential answers.  It may be nothing or it could be something related to what your mother told you.  Good luck.



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Posted 12 June 2014 - 01:55 PM

Thank you guys!



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Posted 22 June 2014 - 04:55 PM

Hi, I'm unsure of what I am?

I am able to "see" ghosts, but usually it is in my minds eye, I can see their gender, age, and what they look like. I have a lot of vivid dreams. A spirit has talked to me through my dreams, and i have woken up in the middle of the night seeing one. I have not tried to talk to one, and i have not seen one for a while. I'm not sure if this is because of the anxiety medication i take or not, but i would like to know what i am. Am i sensitive? Am i crazy? I would like to develop more if i am "sensitive".

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Posted 17 July 2014 - 07:54 AM

The term "sensitive" is a relatively new one to me and Ive been in the muck for a long time....for at least half my life I did not know there was a term for the condition....I was labeled "dramatic" or "emotional"...along with a few others i'm too kind to mention.Like some of you, I knew very early on that I was very different from others.The things that went on in my world were not accepted material for discussion in general public.I was told to keep my mouth shut about "all that nonsense".Thankfully, my grandmother was there to explain things and listen. The term "sensitive" was never used in those days .I have no idea what your sensitivities include but I can tell you what effects me and how i came to realize it. I have always been labeled moody and emotional because i had sudden mood shifts that were unprovoked.I'd cry at seemingly nothing, get angry for no apparent reason and become very sad or depressed. This went on for years. I finally went to a psychiatrist and went through extensive testing only to be told that i had very unusual brain wave patterns and that  my neurons fire randomly in an unusual way..Later on  I began looking for some correlations and realized that I was mirroring certain people's emotions whenever they were near me.I also began to notice that certain places made me sad or lonely. I've had visions since around age 4, with those visions came emotions that at the time I could not control.I have a real affinity for animals..and electricity plays havoc with my brain. I cant wear watches. I blow light bulbs when i am upset..often several at a time. I have even blown streetlights as i walked down the street in a rage.T.V's,  computers and stereos have all cut on and off by themselves in my presence since childhood. Electronic stores send me into convulsions. I can taste electricity and lightening. I feel that electricity is a very good indicator for being a "sensitive".I have also noticed that a lot of people with epilepsy are also sensitive. I also have water issues. I can smell memories and i can feel places and events. I have very vivid memories of events that happened before I was born.I remember past lives very well.The list goes on...I do not believe that old "if you are a sensitive, you know it". statement.....because I did'nt know it for a very long time...when it is so bad that you are loosing quality of life because of it...you look for answers. I did...and now i do know. Oh yeah....It can also be passed down, both my daughters have the same but to a lesser degree.Look for family history, list your own personal complications....and yes you can hone your abilities as well as learn how to control them at least somewhat.



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Posted 22 July 2014 - 11:00 AM

Very good for you, Ravus; I'm happy for you that you found answers and are still looking for more along the way.  I hope this helps lacey1243 who posted before you.  As I said before, not everyone understands their abilities or has support or understanding from others.  As you explained, the road to self discovery can be painfully alone and difficult.  People like you who come out and reveal their abilities, the problems that accompany them, and what one did to gain self-awareness are an asset to those who follow after you.

Good luck to you and your daughters.






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