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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First i'd like this site to be more related to God and his angels :) of which i full heartedly believe in. We recieve Many signs from my dear mom. "They" say, everyone has their own journey and i think some stick around here for a bit... all depends on what worried them or the old term "unfinished business". And my mom did worry alot about others. She even sends messages to my friends! Just one message out of many i recieved was: A white pigeon came to my porch.. a couple months after my moms passing. Oh.. she was simply beautiful! She sat and listened to me talk to her. She only stayed around for a couple weeks. I bought her food... and on her way she went. U see while taking care of my mom, i had my long ponytail cut off and she always wanted to see me as a platinum blonde... and i had my color changed too. While her health was declining, her vision was going.. and all she could see was my white hair. So she gave me the nickname "White Dove". I KNOW she couldnt find a white dove so she sent me a white pigeon! :) :) So So many other experiences if i wrote all id fill up the entire board. She knew i was a "sensitive" and would see, listen, feel all she had to send me. When there is an important matter for loved ones, she is here in spirit saying, go.. help them. As she always did. I miss her so very much..... and the flip side is: she is so free in being able to see all that she couldn't while being ill. For this i am grateful... I also believe while she was in a coma, she time traveled. She did come out here and there with very profound messages! One funny one being: Your next boyfriend is going to be a Red Head! lol I think she was talking about my red tabby cat!

Dr Gayle K said:
I am thankful that we had a cruise together before she was killed. I had bought her a beautiful necklace at the time, she did not know it was hers, or so l thought. It reminded us all of what she used to say as a child “look mom, my favorite color, rainbow”. The necklace, she thought was for me but, it was for her. It was a million year old fossil that was in all the colors of the rainbow. I had not given it too her yet, I did not think she was ready for a $2000 piece of jewelry.

I was puttering around the house that day, sewing and watching movies. I had this overwhelming urge to put on that necklace. I did not know why until an hour later when the phone rang. I firmly believe that the urge was Vanessa kissing me goodbye.
I don’t remember how we got her phone anymore but, it flashes in a rainbow of colors, it used to do that when it was ringing. AT and T states that it should not be doing anything since it is not hooked up. It has and does flash. Again, I truly believe that it is Vanessa communicating, especially since spirits like lights.
Hi everyone

My Mom passed away on October 2nd 2009. The day of her passing, I sat at her bedside and saw tiny flickering lights hover around her off and on through out the day. Has anyone ever had this experience? It is so hard to explain. I do know that these lights made me smile...made me feel great Joy for her.

Thank you
Donna
Hi Donna, Major Blessings to u dear. My daughter and i saw many many "things" that some can't understand or explain. My moms passing was slow, she went into a coma for 7 days~~ beforehand, her place was THICK with Angels, spirits of her deceased siblings and friends! There were times she was looking, listening so intently up towards the ceiling.. i had to ask her what she saw!!!! She told me!! Her brothers came, old friends from way back, people she didnt recognize, One male dancing like "crazy". A 12 soldier sollute (sp?) cuz she was in civil air patrol, and the little lights were all over too! I know she was told MANY things, from Angels too. One that came was scary for her. I researched this later and found out it was the Reaper. For she was scared to go. He was there to help her detach from her body. I felt i Kept her here longer cuz of constantly being at her bedside holding her beautiful warm soft hand... even in the evenings.. i layed on the floor next to her bed with my arm propped up with pillows to not lose her grasp. After her heart stopped beating, THEY were all gone. But my mom was still here for quite awhile! We do feel her still but not as often. And i still see the light flickering in my bathroom where there is No light to cause this. I am Blessed :) But still sad.

Donna Parella said:
Hi everyone

My Mom passed away on October 2nd 2009. The day of her passing, I sat at her bedside and saw tiny flickering lights hover around her off and on through out the day. Has anyone ever had this experience? It is so hard to explain. I do know that these lights made me smile...made me feel great Joy for her.

Thank you
Donna
Dear Dr Gayle, My heart goes out to you!! I cannot say i understand, i lost my mom, which is different and grief is always different for everyone. My prayers are with you in this horribly sad time~~ Sometimes, my only comfort is: we will meet up with our beloveds later. And, it feels so good to talk to them. I know my mom continues to hear us. And we are Blessed to have some form of communication "still" with them!!! My mom came out of a coma after the first day.. she woke me up in the morning talking! I asked her "mom where were u"? She said "U will NEVER believe".... so it must be total paradise in Heaven!!
Take care of yourself.

Dr Gayle K said:
l miss my baby so and it does not get any easier.......... l think more difficult all the time
As Christians we don't believe that you can communicate with anyone from the other side and our loved ones in Heaven can't communicate with us but as Christians we know where they are and that they are happier than they have even been in life. As a bereaved mom of two adult sons, all I have ever wanted for them is to be happy and now they are and I know this pain is temperory and I will see them again.
Jerry
oh i do, at the time of my sons death. i was hearing him talk to me and then when he crossed over he said goodbye and grabbed the back of my arm......very awesome
melissa said:
oh i do, at the time of my sons death. i was hearing him talk to me and then when he crossed over he said goodbye and grabbed the back of my arm......very awesome
michelle said:
melissa said:
oh i do, at the time of my sons death. i was hearing him talk to me and then when he crossed over he said goodbye and grabbed the back of my arm......very awesome
My mom died Feb.4,2001.My nephew, whom she raised continued to stay at her home that he shared with her, after my father died sixteen years earlier.He told us over and over how he could hear my mom turning over in her hospital bed at night.He said he could hear her walk into the bath room at night.None of this bothered him.He said when he went someplace, he felt he had someone to come home to.This continued up until about a year ago.
He said he was watching televison in his bedroom one night. His bedroom door slowly opened. Lots of times mom would look into his bedroom on her way to the bathroom at night to see if he had come in from work.He said it slowly shut back and to this day he has never heard anything.He says he wishes he could hear her because now he lives in an empty house.Oh,just give me the empty house...........
Charlene said:
My mom died Feb.4,2001.My nephew, whom she raised continued to stay at her home that he shared with her, after my father died sixteen years earlier.He told us over and over how he could hear my mom turning over in her hospital bed at night.He said he could hear her walk into the bath room at night.None of this bothered him.He said when he went someplace, he felt he had someone to come home to.This continued up until about a year ago.
He said he was watching televison in his bedroom one night. His bedroom door slowly opened. Lots of times mom would look into his bedroom on her way to the bathroom at night to see if he had come in from work.He said it slowly shut back and to this day he has never heard anything.He says he wishes he could hear her because now he lives in an empty house.Oh,just give me the empty house...........
Terrie said:
Charlene said:
My mom died Feb.4,2001.My nephew, whom she raised continued to stay at her home that he shared with her, after my father died sixteen years earlier.He told us over and over how he could hear my mom turning over in her hospital bed at night.He said he could hear her walk into the bath room at night.None of this bothered him.He said when he went someplace, he felt he had someone to come home to.This continued up until about a year ago.
He said he was watching televison in his bedroom one night. His bedroom door slowly opened. Lots of times mom would look into his bedroom on her way to the bathroom at night to see if he had come in from work.He said it slowly shut back and to this day he has never heard anything.He says he wishes he could hear her because now he lives in an empty house.Oh,just give me the empty house...........
Charlene said:
My mom died Feb.4,2001.My nephew, whom she raised continued to stay at her home that he shared with her, after my father died sixteen years earlier.He told us over and over how he could hear my mom turning over in her hospital bed at night.He said he could hear her walk into the bath room at night.None of this bothered him.He said when he went someplace, he felt he had someone to come home to.This continued up until about a year ago.
He said he was watching televison in his bedroom one night. His bedroom door slowly opened. Lots of times mom would look into his bedroom on her way to the bathroom at night to see if he had come in from work.He said it slowly shut back and to this day he has never heard anything.He says he wishes he could hear her because now he lives in an empty house.Oh,just give me the empty house...........

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