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By Stacy, Thursday, October 23, 2008 06:58:25 PM
These visits or dreams are a glorious experience. I remember asking my dad to visit me while I sleep and he did..He looked so good and healthy. These are the times that make me feel better about him not being physically here..I know he can help me more now then when he was here...Thank you Sylvia for everything!!
By Dinah, Thursday, October 23, 2008 05:34:12 PM
Dear Sylvia, Thank-you for all of your insight. Four years ago today, my mom died from surgery. Three days after we buried her I had a dream. It went like this. My sister and I were at the funeral, watching my mom's casket getting lowered into the ground. My sister was standing on my left side and I turned too my right and my mom was standing there. She was so beautiful and she had this glow about her. I looked at her and said mom what are you doing here? You are so suppose to be down there getting buried. She looked at me and said oh no Dinah I am alive, and I can go anywhere now. I truly believe that was my mom letting me know that everything was ok. God Bless
By J, Thursday, October 23, 2008 03:12:52 PM
I had an out of body experience while I was awake. I began to feel so much love that I felt like I would burst if I didn't leave my body. I had been resisting, but this time the love was so strong that I could not contain it, so I went. I rose to the ceiling and when I looked down I saw several small beings, one of which was a skeleton that ran away very quickly. I went down to the floor and noticed that 2 of the tiny people were "invisible" friends I had as a child. Others were trying to hide under my bed, but I could see right through the bed. I also saw 2 dogs I'd once owned and they were huge compared to the tiny kids. I had the impression that they were guarding those scared kids. I told them that I wouldn't hurt them and my 2 invisible friends were very excited to see me. I also saw an older, taller male being who appeared to be looking in from another dimension. He looked very sad, skinny, and pale. I asked the female friend how many of them there were and she told me in a very high pitched voice,"There 6 kids and 7 puppies." Telepathically, the male friend and I decided to go flying around. We flew through the vent above my bedroom door and right through the front door to my yard. There was a white van parked in my yard with some graffiti type writing all over it. I didn't think to see what it said, but I wish I had now. I had the silly thought that maybe the van belonged to that skeleton who ran away, or possibly those scared kids. Then we flew back inside to my room and I went back into my body. The male friends said, "now you know" and I felt a spirit dog laying beside me. I felt very tired, but also very excited to see my childhood friends that nobody else could see. I know now that I didn't imagine them, as I was told, and that I can exist outside of my human body. I wish I had looked in the mirror. Another time I woke up at 3:33 AM and went straight outside to see the sky. The stars were very close to me and the whole sky was very vivid. Then I went back inside and sat at my computer desk. I don't remember falling asleep or leaving my body, but the next thing I remember is looking at the clock. It was 6:33, exactly 3 hours from when I'd woken up. I'm told that my mind was not ready to accept what I saw, but that I will remember when I'm ready.
By Barb, Thursday, October 23, 2008 02:03:33 PM
Hi Sylvia, I have great dream recall but alot of times I can't make any sense of them and that frustrates me. I see people and places that I've never seen in waking life and want to know why? I have a recurring dream theme of coming to an end of a vacation and all the feelings of let down and sadness that the vacation is ending always rushes through me. I know a recurring dream is a message or lesson of some kind but for the life of me I can't figure this out. I do put all of my powerful dreams in a journal but still can't figure out the meaning of most of them. Still, there's nothing like a dream of wish fulfillment and love that keeps me excited to fall asleep each night. Thanks for listening.
By Barbara Jean, Thursday, October 16, 2008 04:58:23 PM
What about the dreams that aren't so pleasant of a loved one even though you loved that person with all your heart?
By lisa, Thursday, October 16, 2008 03:55:54 PM
Hi! I always remember my dreams and have alot of lucid dreams.I do have visits I can remember,and I imagine ones that I can't! But I cherish all of them with all my heart! My father passed away in July,my 5 year old son Michael never met him,and didn't see any pictures.My dad just couldn't be there emotionally in life for the family! The other morning my son woke up,so happy and announced that he had met his grandpa n his dream! And that he looked really old but acted really young!He described him in detail! I know my dad came to see him after his passing ,since he couldn't in his life here on earth! It made my son and I very happy! I trully believe in the beautiful words you spoke above.You have made such a wonderful impact in on my life.My family and I love you with all our heart!! Thank you Sylvia!!
By Pat, Wednesday, October 08, 2008 10:49:12 PM
Sylvia, Please, teach us how to tune in. How to have the ability to remember when we astral travel. Thank you ! Love Patty D
By Marion, Tuesday, October 07, 2008 02:13:21 PM
I totally believe in dreams. I've had many over the years warning me of upcoming events that were not happy ones....but the dream allowed me to do my mourning prior to and was able to be strong for my family when the time came. When my Dad passed away, he was the first person in my family that I had lost to death. I had a dreadful time getting past the hurt & anger it left with me because I was so young compared to the rest of my family who had enjoyed him for so many years more. He came to me every night for the next 2 weeks until I was able to let go and forgive. He also came to me a few months before taking my Mom Home. I cried at the thought of losing her, but the day before she passed, she spoke only of my Dad....and I knew she was already preparing for the journey home. She was ready. Strangely enough, she was happy and no sign of illness..but in the night, her heart gave out and she went Home. Marion
By BilleGean, Monday, October 06, 2008 02:59:32 AM
A friend gave me a dream journal a few years ago, I don't write in it as often as I should, but my dreams have been really so real. Both of my parents are gone, and grandparents. I would love to have my grandparents come into a dream, I miss them so much. I am going to put that dream journal by my bed and keep writing in it every day I remember my dream. Some have been good, and some not so much. Thanks for your ensight, I appreciate your help.
By Diane, Sunday, October 05, 2008 09:53:48 PM
I really wish I would remember all of my dreams. I wake up knowing that I have dreamt something. Some of the dreams I do remember usually reflect small inconspicuous things that have been in my conversations from that day. For example, a paint color that I found revolting, was on the outside of a house that was under construction. Why would I dream of this color? Pretty boring. I wish I could dream of some of my loved ones that had passed and remember them. I've tried asking God to help me remember, so I guess I need to wait for His right time.
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