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    Originally Posted by pippy longstocking
    Last year one of my best friends Jak , rang me on the Friday .... we have been friends since we were me 17 and her 18 ... she always called on a Sunday ...so I said , * this is a funny looking Sunday * and we laughed and she said she just felt like calling ............In the early hours of Sunday morning she died in her sleep just like that .....had something not made her call me on the Friday I would never have spoken to her again .

    I know I am so desperate I am blocking it all .... she believed in me so much , she bought me my first pack of Tarot cards ...so I know ..when the time is right ...she will come .
    Oh I'm sorry Pippy. I'm sure that haunts you somewhat.

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    I was really close to my maternal grandmother. In her declining years she lived with my parents. About 6 months after she passed I stayed with my parents and slept in the room my grandmother had stayed in.

    I was waking up in the morning, neither asleep or wide awake but in the inbetween stage. I remember thinking it was odd that I felt this soft breeze on my face. I was still coming out of sleep and I felt something gently touch my cheek. It startled me.

    I'm now fully awake and the breeze went away like a vacuum. I sat up wondering what the heck that was. The room was still and quiet. I want to believe it was my grandmother. That's the first thing that came to mind

    I went into the kitchen and told my mother. I didnt mention my grandmother but just the soft breeze and how weird it was that something gently touched my face.

    My mom smiled and said `Grandma'

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    Originally Posted by reinventmyself
    Oh I'm sorry Pippy. I'm sure that haunts you somewhat.
    Thankyou xx I am just glad she called the Friday , I sort of hang onto that .

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    Originally Posted by reinventmyself
    I was really close to my maternal grandmother. In her declining years she lived with my parents. About 6 months after she passed I stayed with my parents and slept in the room my grandmother had stayed in.

    I was waking up in the morning, neither asleep or wide awake but in the inbetween stage. I remember thinking it was odd that I felt this soft breeze on my face. I was still coming out of sleep and I felt something gently touch my cheek. It startled me.

    I'm now fully awake and the breeze went away like a vacuum. I sat up wondering what the heck that was. The room was still and quiet. I want to believe it was my grandmother. That's the first thing that came to mind

    I went into the kitchen and told my mother. I didnt mention my grandmother but just the soft breeze and how weird it was that something gently touched my face.

    My mom smiled and said `Grandma'
    OH wow just wow ...I love these stories , I don't love that someone passed to enable the stories obviously ..but these little brushes of the face , and someone out the corner of your eye or a soft breath or whiff of perfume ...It gives me peace to hear all this .

    My mom smiled and said `Grandma'
    I got goosebumps head to foot then

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    Originally Posted by pippy longstocking
    I think the story speaks for itself ....you and your friend had to cross a bridge to get there ...because it was another land ...and you are only a visitor , the same goes for the clothing , you and your other friend are not in white , you are not part of that place and clearly your friend wants you to realise this and to carry on your life , you where with the living in this dream , you walked there with the living , because your friend wants you to live your life to the full , even though she is there , she wants you to know you don't belong there , which is what the other friend represented ...life ... she was there because you have people still who care ,who want to walk life's path with you ...your life hasn't and shouldn't stop because she is gone ......You hugged , you cried , you had that moment to hold her one last time and tell her .and I guess your friend knew you needed that and because you are open to it she came ..

    It is beautiful ..just treasure this ......and know in your darkest hour that you friend walks with you but wants you to have your life and live it .
    Great interpretation!

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    Originally Posted by reinventmyself
    As I went into his arms, he disappeared and I woke up sobbing. Again, I don't know what to believe but I think my Dad showed up to escort my Mom. *Or, because I don't know any different I CHOOSE to believe

    I told my brother about the dream and didn't prompt him in any way about my sense that Mom was declining or how I interpreted the timing of my Dad finally showing up in a dream. Unsolicited, tears started streaming down his face. Without saying a word his interpretation was the same as mine.
    My mom had this friend named Janet, who I knew since birth. When we were little kids, my mom would visit her at the beach and my sister and I would play with her son, who was about our age.

    We sort of lost touch with them when I was about 12. We moved, my mom was acting weird... lots of stuff was going on.

    That was a difficult time in my life. I was really struggling.

    It was around that time that I had two very significant dreams... The details are hazy, 30 years on. I have them both written down somewhere... But she was in both of them, and her presence there was pivotal. It was almost like she was handing me strength, and I took it.

    I didn't see her again until my grandmother died, in 2001. I was 24. She came to the wake, and to our house afterwards. It was the first time I'd seen her in 12 years and I was really struck by her. She was quiet and luminous and... kind of joyful.

    She and my mom kept in touch after that.

    A couple years later, Janet got stomach cancer. She fought it, but it eventually overtook her. The last time I saw her was on my 30th birthday.

    A couple months after that, she was bedridden. My mom went to visit her once. She planned to go again. One night, I actually pushed her to go, but she didn't. And that night, in my dreams, I heard her husband, who I barely knew, cry out, "You don't know what it's like to lose your life partner!!" It woke me up.

    That night, when my mom got home, she had a message from him. Janet had died.

    Three years later, I had a dream. Janet was standing behind my mother. She put her hands on my mother's shoulders, smiled at me, and said, "Five years."

    I woke up convinced that my mother was going to die in five years!

    Well, ten years have passed since then. She is still ok. But Oh Lord! What a scare that gave me!

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    Oh geez, the chills and the suspense!! Glad your Mom's still here ;)

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    Reinvent .... I have to rep your posts here cause I was told to spread the love around. Ten rep points to you :)

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    Originally Posted by Jibralta
    Great interpretation!
    Thankyou x

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    Originally Posted by Jibralta
    My mom had this friend named Janet, who I knew since birth. When we were little kids, my mom would visit her at the beach and my sister and I would play with her son, who was about our age.

    We sort of lost touch with them when I was about 12. We moved, my mom was acting weird... lots of stuff was going on.

    That was a difficult time in my life. I was really struggling.

    It was around that time that I had two very significant dreams... The details are hazy, 30 years on. I have them both written down somewhere... But she was in both of them, and her presence there was pivotal. It was almost like she was handing me strength, and I took it.

    I didn't see her again until my grandmother died, in 2001. I was 24. She came to the wake, and to our house afterwards. It was the first time I'd seen her in 12 years and I was really struck by her. She was quiet and luminous and... kind of joyful.

    She and my mom kept in touch after that.

    A couple years later, Janet got stomach cancer. She fought it, but it eventually overtook her. The last time I saw her was on my 30th birthday.

    A couple months after that, she was bedridden. My mom went to visit her once. She planned to go again. One night, I actually pushed her to go, but she didn't. And that night, in my dreams, I heard her husband, who I barely knew, cry out, "You don't know what it's like to lose your life partner!!" It woke me up.

    That night, when my mom got home, she had a message from him. Janet had died.

    Three years later, I had a dream. Janet was standing behind my mother. She put her hands on my mother's shoulders, smiled at me, and said, "Five years."

    I woke up convinced that my mother was going to die in five years!

    Well, ten years have passed since then. She is still ok. But Oh Lord! What a scare that gave me!
    oh wow jibs that has taken my breath away ...and yes that would have left anyone thinking what you thought ....did anything actually happen after 5 years regarding any part of your life or your mums ... At any rate I am obviously so so glad it wasn't a prediction .

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