(Closed) Super-natural messages: Do you believe?

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Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I’ve dreamt of my grandmother in the past.  Mostly during the time when I wasn’t speaking to my mother (her daughter).  The 3 of us would be doing things together.  I would always wake up and remember the dreams too.  I’ve asked other people if they had dreams about dead relatives and most of the time got no for an answer.  It’s interesting to say the least.

Post # 5
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

I think it’s totally possible. I had a similar thing happen after my favorite aunt passed away. I’ve seen her in many dreams and 2 specific ones I remember vividly. The first was right after she passed thanking me for taking care of her things (belongings, will, money, her son). She died very suddenly. The other was after Darling Husband and I got married. I dreamed of her and somehow I got the message that she witnessed our marriage and was with us that day. Which was comforting since I was extremely disappointed that she passed before I was even engaged. Two weeks before she died she told me to hurry up and get engaged already. Sadly, I think she knew she was dying. There have been other things with other family members but her loss was a significant one for me and I feel like she watches out for me some how.

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

@StuporDuck:  I was also shaken up after them, because they were so real and she’d have detailed conversations with me.  I didn’t reconcile with my mom right away, because it was complicated (still is).  I actually had several dreams of my grandmother in the 2 years I wasn’t speaking to my mom.  I always felt like my grandmother was trying to get us back together.  When I reconciled with my mom, I never had another dream of her.  In general, I have always felt as though my grandmother was around me.  I have never had a dream about my grandfather, her husband.

I had one dream about my other dead grandparents.  I didn’t see them in the dream though.  It was weird.  I was in their house and they were “there”.  They didn’t talk to me about anything, I was just visiting their home with my children.  I woke up feeling really happy about that dream, because I was pretty young when they died.

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

When mom died in April, we weren’t on good terms and hadn’t been for awhile.  The week after she died I had this very vivid dream that we were walking around at a block party and I was like “Uhm, mom…you died last Friday.”  And she just laughed and said “Don’t be silly” and winked at me.  Then I started crying and telling her that I was so sorry that things had gotten so far out of hand and that we couldn’t be as close as we were when I was younger.  And she took my hand and told me it was water under the bridge and not to even worry about it and to just enjoy the time we were having. And the dream was so life-like that I thought it was real life and that my mom had come back to life and we were going to have this brand new chance.  And we walked around and had such a great night at that blok party.  I don’t remember the end, it’s really fuzzy, but then I woke up and was so excited to call my mom and talk to her (I never called my mom and when she died lost the ability to communicate for months).  Then I realized it was just a dream.  And, while I was so sad that I couldn’t speak with her since there was so much more I needed to tell her, it was really comforting and the feelings of guilt and regret I had weren’t as strong.

I don’t believe in stuff like this, but I have a hard time not thinking that she was sending me a message.  Logically, it was me dealing with my own feelings, but it’s nice to think it may have been more.

Post # 8
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I used to think this stuff was hocus-pocus, but one day I watched something (it may have been Long Island Medium, actually) where the person said often times it’s the unexplainable chills/feeling that people shake off thst are actually others trying to communicate from “beyond”. Shortly after that, my Fiance and I were at a museumand walking through a WWII section. I stopped and was looking at a helmet and gun that had been worn by a Canadian Soldier, and I got these unexplainable chills all throughout my body. I felt like someone was trying to connect with me. It was a very strange sensation! 

There have also been certain stories in my family that have made me feel this was more possible than not. My mom often tells me the story of my grandmother, who when she was 8 months pregnant with my uncle, got extremely sick with an infection and fell into a coma. She was hospitalized for several weeks. She told my mom that while in her coma, she saw her dad (who had passed several years before). She and her dad had been inseperable before he died, and when she was in the coma, she saw him and essentially said she wanted to come with him and be with him. He told her she had to fight for her life and for her baby’s life and told her to turn back. Her infection began to dissipate and she came out of the coma, and went on to live a full life until cancer took her life 40 years later. 

Another family story was when my sister was 3 years old. She and my mom were driving in the car and my sister was in her car seat. My mom heard my sister talking to herself and when my mom finally heard what she was saying, she was talking to… someone beside her. My sister said something along the lines of “I’ll miss you and your beautiful eyes”. My mom thought this was strange but shook it off. When they got home, there was a message on my mom’s machine that her brother, who had the most piercing blue eyes, had died in a car accident. 

So needless to say, I believe in this stuff now!! 

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

I want to follow this thread…I always wonder..

I have dreams about my grandparents, sometimes they are talking to me, not really about anything…sometimes we’re just sitting around, I had one just the other night, and it was a good one, I woke up happy about it, but I can’t remember any of it…it just kind of stays with you for a day. Sometimes I am concentrating super hard in the dream, like waiting…or I always try to will them to tell me something in the dream, especially since my grandmother died last summer, and she was full blow Alz…she was in and out while I was sitting with her, and she said, “do you remember the shells we used to collect?” And I couldn’t understand why she would bring that up…I mean we all lived in Florida for years…idk…it makes me sad…ugh. It’s like my dreams of them are in desperation.

I think logically I’m like, oh, come on…but in my dreams I’m willing it to happen, like waiting for a message.

 

Post # 10
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I’m definitly interested in hearing others’ storie – some of these are giving me chills 🙂

Post # 12
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2012

I’m afraid I don’t believe in messages from the beyond. We have our memories of our loved ones and our mind processes them in interesting ways, but they are only alive there as far as I’m concerned. 

Then I am also an atheist so a life beyond this one doesn’t really go with my beliefs.

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

@SpecialSundae:  Totally agree with you.  Also atheist, but I think that “life-after-death” in an energy-continuing-on sort of way not a hanging-out-in-heaven sense, and existance of a diety can be mutually exclusive.  Unlikely and probably nonsense being that I have yet to see any evidence of such things (personal experience doesn’t count, unfortunatly ;3).  But yes, the mind probably compensates to provide comfort and answers to questions, etc.

Post # 15
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I have had these dreams, visions, and feelings since I could remember. I havent always accepted it but have learned to appreciate it. When I was younger I had first dreamed of my Grandma that had passed of leukemia. I just remembered her having on her blue wedding dress and she looked so happy and she told me that she was ok and everything would be fine, because I was so upset that no one told me she was dying. Then after awhile when my grandpa passed I had a dream of him and his wife before he met my grandma. They were walking through the cememtary holding hands. When I told my mom of what her mom was wearing she said that is the suit she was buried in. It was her favorite peach suit. I have had visions of my Fiance s grandma and dreams as well. Sometimes people I do not know too. I could go deeper into this but my point is. I have a strong belief that there is a life afterwards, and it is a peaceful life for some and not so much for others, unfortunately. Love this forum btw!

Post # 16
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

If dreams really are messages–from whereever–then I suppose I need to learn French. 

My great-grandparents passed before I was born, and my father kept no pictures of them so I hadn’t even a clue what they looked like.  Then a few months ago a red-headed woman started appearing in my dreams, saying she had something important to tell me…then started babbling in French.  When I described her afterward, my father identified her as his grandmother…and weirded me out even further by revealing that the day and time the dreams started was the day and time that she’d passed.  In her last days, she spoke almost exclusively in French.  And I still have no idea what she was trying to tell me…

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