Do you believe in the supernatural? Do you think that anyone has ever tried to contact you or send you signs from the other side?

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Yes I still dream about my best friend dying suddenly at age 54. I listen on Saturday nights to Steve Godfrey who claims he has the power to communicate with the dead. He is on facebook if you want to check him out
IM with you there MY brother died in march and IM feelin the same way.
Yes, I do believe that it is possible to receive messages from the other side be it in dreams, or physically, mentally or spiritually.

When my father died the day after his funeral I was standing in my kitchen peeling potatoes for dinner when as clear as a bell I heard him call my name. I looked everywhere in the house for him even knowing that he was not going to be there. There was one other incedent when he appeared to me one afternoon in a department store that we always went to for lunch every week.

The night my mother died I was hundreds of miles away and asleep when I dreamt of her death. I awoke in a cold sweat and called to my husband who came running into the bedroom. I told him about my dream. The following day we received the call that she had passed away. The time that she died was 11:30 pm. My dream occured at that exact time.

There have been several other instances like the few I have just stated so yes I do believe in the supernatural. I believe that there is life after death. There are those of us who recognize it and still others who refuse to. It will be three months soon since my husband passed away but about three weeks before he did I had an experience that left me frightened half out of my witts. I was sitting in the livingroom one evening watching television when suddenly everything went pitch black. The harder I tried to focus and bring myself out of that state the darker it became and the more frightened I was. Suddenly out of nowhere and still in this period of darkness it dawned on me that what I was experiencing was as close to death as I could get just like when my mother died. I knew then that my husband was not going to be with me much longer.
Something strange has been happening with my dog. My son passed in November of 2009, anyway my dog who sleeps at the foot of my bed, sometimes well about 4 or five times, she has gotten up on my pellow and cried and would start clawing my head like someone was near me and she is a very jealous dog, she doesn't like it when others are by me she goes crazy jealous. I am hoping its my son. I have heard that dogs see things we don't.
karen

Sandralee said:
Yes, I do believe that it is possible to receive messages from the other side be it in dreams, or physically, mentally or spiritually.

When my father died the day after his funeral I was standing in my kitchen peeling potatoes for dinner when as clear as a bell I heard him call my name. I looked everywhere in the house for him even knowing that he was not going to be there. There was one other incedent when he appeared to me one afternoon in a department store that we always went to for lunch every week.

The night my mother died I was hundreds of miles away and asleep when I dreamt of her death. I awoke in a cold sweat and called to my husband who came running into the bedroom. I told him about my dream. The following day we received the call that she had passed away. The time that she died was 11:30 pm. My dream occured at that exact time.

There have been several other instances like the few I have just stated so yes I do believe in the supernatural. I believe that there is life after death. There are those of us who recognize it and still others who refuse to. It will be three months soon since my husband passed away but about three weeks before he did I had an experience that left me frightened half out of my witts. I was sitting in the livingroom one evening watching television when suddenly everything went pitch black. The harder I tried to focus and bring myself out of that state the darker it became and the more frightened I was. Suddenly out of nowhere and still in this period of darkness it dawned on me that what I was experiencing was as close to death as I could get just like when my mother died. I knew then that my husband was not going to be with me much longer.
During a nap a couple of weeks ago, I had a whacky dream where my wife told me me something odd. She had moved a car so I could check out the one that had no brakes. We only have one car. I said where did you park that other car and she said up the street 13-15. I never knew what that meant until now. July 13 her sister and husband came from Vegas for teir family reunion for a week. July 13 g-daughter went to check her pregnancy at the dr.. July 14 she went into labor and gave birth 2 months premature. July 15 the baby boy died. He had time for a dream or two. I did document what I was told by my wife prior to this happening just in case to two of my daughters. My wife had died suddenly during a nap over 15 months ago.I have other stories too.
Hi everyone! The question is asked if you believe in the supernatual...I really can't say if I do or not, but I believe that I was visited by my husband (or an angel that appeared as my husband) a few weeks after he passed away. His death was sudden and very unexpected, so naturally I was having a difficult time with his death. I couldn't sleep in our bed or even in the same room as we did and most of the time I slept (when I slept) on the livingroom sofa. I eventually bought a new bed, changed the room around so that it was nothing like it was when he was alive. I was finally able to sleep there. One night, after I had only been in bed for a short while, and was restless with feelings I felt I could no longer deal with, I turned over and he (my late husband) was standing beside the bed looking down at me with the most beautiful smile I had ever seen him with and he looked absolutely wonderful! I was shocked, amazed, and awed of him and could only stare. I had so much to tell him but couldn't say a word! He had the uniform on that he wore to work and he was healthy and very fit. He said nothing to me, just smiled. I couldn't believe what I was seeing and closed my eyes for just a moment and when I opened them he was gone. But from the look on his face, I could tell he was so very happy and he seemed to be saying that I would be okay and to get on with my life. That night, for the first time in months, I slept soundly without dreaming or waking up. I have since cried and mourned him, but I know he is okay. I mourn because I miss him and all the things we used to do together and the time we had together. He is where he is supposed to be, and I am also. God always has a plan for our lives and even though I don't exactly know what the rest of my life is going to be, I know that he is with his heavenly Father and happier than he could ever be here on earth.
I have had three instance where I believe my deceased brother has contacted me The first one was shortly after his death. I heard his voice behind me telling me he was okay & that I would be okay. The second was one Christmas - always our favorite day of the year. An ornament from our childhood fell off the tree. I went to retrieve it & put it back on the tree & as I bent down to do so, I felt a had placed gently on my hip. Later that day I took pictures of the tree with my digital camera and in front of the tree there appeared a white mist that seemed to emanate from the floor. At the top of the ploom that was the shape of a man sitting with his head in his hands. I took the camera to the shop && they said that nothing was wrong with it, but they could nont explain what ook place in the picture. The last time was when I went to a local chapel to pray. It was dark & I stumbled until my eyes got used to the darkness. On the way out I held on to the pews to guide me & suddenly it was brighter. The hurricane lamp had been lit & guided me to the door.
ABSOLUTELY! We have plumeria tree's. My Son died 2 yrs. ago. He loved the plumeria flowers. He would pick them up when they fell, smell it, and hand it to me to put in water to enjoy for a few more days. He died in Nov. We had already pruned it back and let go dormant. No water all winter. In Dec. the tree's started putting out TRIPLE FLOWER STALKS. I know that this was a sign from my Son:) His favorite Band was 311. On my other Son's Birthday, while driving to see the prince of Persia, a car pulled in front of us with a license plate that said, THREE11. That was a BIG Happy Birthday to his Brother. I have Angel Trumpet Flowers that I did not put there in my garden. was yr. 1. This year I got another flower that I don't know what it is, but it is beautiful! Right under this plant are forget me nots that I did not put there! Hmmm.
My oldest son also passed away...Nov. 20, 2006. He was a wonderful young man and we have never found out what really happened. It was sudden and unexpected, although he had health problems; he was a brittle diabetic from the time he was 9 and had just been told that the left side of his heart was enlarged. He died alone at his apartment and when he didn't answer his phone, I went to check on him and found him. Although he looked very peaceful, I was devastated that he was alone when he passed away. Unlike you, I have had no signs from, and haven't even dreamed of him. I truly wish I would at least do that. It is a comfort and a blessing when you hear some little something from them. It is a mystery (although to you it isn't) how the angel trumpets got there, because my youngest son planted his and has had to "baby" them...hmmm, also!
Kathy, thank you for sharing such a challenging experience. As a mother myself, I want to wrap my arms around you. (((hug)))

My mission in life is to alleviate unnecessary suffering. With that in mind, I wonder if I might offer some support.

What I hear you saying is that you thought your son shouldn't have died alone. I have a dear aunt who was alone when she transitioned. She told me, through a medium, that it was precisely how she'd wanted it. She didn't want anyone to be present! I wonder if you'd be willing to consider the possibility that it’s how your son may have wanted it, too.

I wrote a blog entry about regret that I hope will provide a soothing balm to your tender heart. It's about a man who was caring for his dying father. The man went out to run an errand and, while he was gone, his father died. He was filled with regret that his father shouldn't have died alone:
http://www.irenekendig.com/profiles/blogs/suffering-is-optional

Releasing regret and remorse creates more space for love . . . and it's in the love that we fully connect with our loved ones who've transitioned.

I send you the warmest of embraces, Kathy.

Irene
Kathy P. Slaton said:
My oldest son also passed away...Nov. 20, 2006. He was a wonderful young man and we have never found out what really happened. It was sudden and unexpected, although he had health problems; he was a brittle diabetic from the time he was 9 and had just been told that the left side of his heart was enlarged. He died alone at his apartment and when he didn't answer his phone, I went to check on him and found him. Although he looked very peaceful, I was devastated that he was alone when he passed away. Unlike you, I have had no signs from, and haven't even dreamed of him. I truly wish I would at least do that. It is a comfort and a blessing when you hear some little something from them. It is a mystery (although to you it isn't) how the angel trumpets got there, because my youngest son planted his and has had to "baby" them...hmmm, also!
My Mother also wanted to be alone when she died, because when my Grandmoyher died, she and I were both by her side when she began to flatline. I was only 17 and felt the need to help her cross. I stayed, she ran out. To me, it was very comfortable for me to stay. But, when my MOM got sick and I got the call that she was dying, she had already told me that she did not want anyone around. But, I was determined to watch and hold her. I didn't make it. She got her wish. I have so many stories of signs from the other side that I could write 5 books. They drop pennies, speak thru nature,numbers, dreams, you might hear a song or a saying. Just keep your eyes peeled. I recommend a book by Doreen Virtue..How to speak to your angels:) BIG HUGS.

Leslie Lloyd said:
Kathy P. Slaton said:
My oldest son also passed away...Nov. 20, 2006. He was a wonderful young man and we have never found out what really happened. It was sudden and unexpected, although he had health problems; he was a brittle diabetic from the time he was 9 and had just been told that the left side of his heart was enlarged. He died alone at his apartment and when he didn't answer his phone, I went to check on him and found him. Although he looked very peaceful, I was devastated that he was alone when he passed away. Unlike you, I have had no signs from, and haven't even dreamed of him. I truly wish I would at least do that. It is a comfort and a blessing when you hear some little something from them. It is a mystery (although to you it isn't) how the angel trumpets got there, because my youngest son planted his and has had to "baby" them...hmmm, also!

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