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#1 shanaihaha

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Posted 12 June 2014 - 04:26 PM

hello, my name is shanai and i am 15. 
my dad died due to suicide on the 23rd april 2014. i miss him very much, but i dont know if i believe he is with me, or watching over me, however.. my pandora bracelet miraculously went missing straight after my shower a few days ago.. it is something that is very dear to me and has a lot of meaning. i had it with me, placed on the sink while i showered and then took it into my room once done. after that, i have no idea what happened to it. i have checked everywhere, even taken my room apart looking for it. Unusual things have been happening, for example my mum was cleaning my younger brothers wardrobe out when a photo of me, my dad and my brother dropped onto her head! my dad and mum never got on, so im thinking maybe hes trying to mess with her? i dont know. i have no idea, im confused and just looking for answers. I have photos of him next to my bed, some of his clothes in my wardrobe and i say goodnight to him every night. I dont know what to believe, i dont know whether im just thinking he's here for comfort.. or if he actually is. Please help me, and maybe give me some methods as to how i could contact him (SAFELY. i dont want any bad/evil spirits.) or know he is here looking after me. PLEASE give me answers :( 



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Posted 12 June 2014 - 04:43 PM

please help



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Posted 13 June 2014 - 07:12 PM

First off, welcome to Ghostvillage! You'll certainly find plenty of support here. And I'm sorry to hear about your dad. It's certainly hard to lose close family like that. *hugs*

 

Second, just out of personal ick factor, I'd definitely not suggest using a Ouija board, but that's just because I've heard too much bad ish to trust it. I'd try meditation to try contacting him, but always protect yourself with white light. It'll help keep the nastier spirits away from you. Also, pray to whichever higher power you believe in for protection.

 

I'm sure others will have more advice for you than what I've offered.

 

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Posted 17 June 2014 - 03:47 PM

Have someone who knows what they are doing open the trap under the sink to see if your necklace went down the drain.


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Posted 17 June 2014 - 06:11 PM

My late father did the same thing about a month after he passed away. I ended up having to have a "talk" with him. I said that I knew it was him and please stop losing things for me. Its stressing me out and causing me to question my sanity.  Love you Dad.

 

It stopped immediately and has not happened again.


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Posted 19 July 2014 - 12:45 PM

Dear young one, in my experience, the deceased often linger near the ones they loved the most, even in deaths involving suicide.Your father may feel that there were things left unsaid between you..or he may just need to know that you are going to be alright. Since he is already with you, there is no need for tools or rituals. All you have to do is simply talk to him when you feel that he is near.Tell him how you feel and what you need from him...he will hear you. I had this same experience with a very dear friend. He stayed with me for several months after his death...when the time came for him to move on ...he did. Only then did I realize that he stayed because I NEEDED HIM TO. I think he felt my misery at losing him and stayed to comfort me as much as he could...yet I could feel him pulling away and I knew it was time to let him go on.I said my goodbyes and have never seen or felt him since but I know he is where he is supposed to be. Hope this gives you some comfort.Feel free to give us an update.






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