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Do You Often Dream about Your Deceased Loved Ones? March 11, 2005 1:59 PM

We think of them often but do they ever appear in our dreams? And if so, do they give us a message?  Do they talk?  What kind of feelings do they leave us with?  I'd like to have your inputs, dar friends!

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Giuliana aka Princess Little Rock

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Warm thoughts March 11, 2005 3:47 PM

The first week of being on my own I was sitting in my husbands recliner and trying to get some much needed rest..when I felt something brush my lips..I was startled awake and know I was looking into a person ghost like face..then it was gone...I know with all my heart it was my husbands last kiss goodbye to me! that first year I had only a few more dreams of him..and then recently my dreams are of me searching for him..*hearsmile*I sometimes wonder if it isnt a sign  [ send green star]
 
Seldom, any more March 13, 2005 10:43 AM

I have had a few  dreams involving those I've lost, but not a great number.  There are two, in particular, involving my daughter that are the most vivd I've ever had and remain fresh in memory as if they happened last night.  In the first, I wake up in my bedroom and see a brignt light coming from downstairs.  As I go down the staircase, I see that our entry foyer and living room have been transformed into a movie set for a western bar (hence the bright lights).  As I walk down the stairs and onto the set, for different people ocme up to me and tell me that Laurel said to tell me she was okay.

In th esecond, years later, my wife and I are called to a police station - Laurel is there, frightened to death (still 14, her age at her death) because she blacked out on a date and didn't know if she had been taken advantage of.  The cops assure us she wasn't.  We sit across the table from her and just start talking - nothing particular, just a good conversation.  Several people come by the table and comment that she should be in school or somewhere else.  My response is "No, it's okay - she's dead and we're just enjoying talking."  No anger, no negativity from me, just a simple acknowledgement of the truth.  Need I add I hated to wake up from the dream?

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dreams of departed March 13, 2005 11:04 AM

I had intense dreams of my mother for years after she died, a few time she also spoke to me awake early on.  The last dream she came to the gate of my property and tried to tell me something and then left. 
Overall the feelings of the dream went from a mixture of comforting and death denying, to more accepting and still comforting.
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Once... March 13, 2005 1:21 PM

I have only had the one vivid dream of my niece and that was mentioned in another one of our threads. I found it to be great comfort in my life following the dream's occurence. It was a if, I was not going to find relief unless I knew she was alright.  I felt as if I did not want to awaken from the dream either because she was there no matter how, it was someway to see her again. I wonder though is it our minds that do this to give us the momentous comfort and relief or is it sent from God? All I know is, that it surely aided my sorrow trail in bringing me some comfort. peace & blessings----ginger  [ send green star]
 
Dream Part 1 and Dream Part 2 March 13, 2005 2:28 PM

Tony had been dead five months or so when he visited me in a dream: he was the only passenger aboard a plane, sitting by the window, and with a very sad, pale face.  I couldn't tell where he was going because the window only showed clouds and fog...

A couple of months later, I had the "second part" of the dream: he seemed to be in a better mood... even if he had lost some weight.  Then he walked to a phone booth and called me:" I have arrived safely" - he said - "and I'm going to start the course tomorrow".

He had reached his destination and was getting ready to study...  Two very significant dreams, don't you think, my dear friends?

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Giuliana aka Princess Little Rock

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Yes, very significant indeed... March 13, 2005 5:55 PM

Boy, did you ever need that second part to your dream of Tony,Guiliana. I think he has expereinced loneliness for you as well being separated from you so suddenly and than has finally come to grips with what has happened and he came back to let you know. You had a lovely souled man in your life. You have been blessed indeed Guiliana. peace & blessings---ginger   [ send green star]
 
Thanks, Ginger! March 14, 2005 2:51 AM

I agree with your interpretation of both dreams...  And, like you, I'm convinced that Tony was a highly developed soul! His main trait was that he'd always make himself available for whoever needed help...  whether it would be just an advice, or financial/family/work problems, etc.  In one word, he had a good heart... that's why he worried about me and gave me a call to reassure me!

Giuliana aka Princess Little Rock

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