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My nan visited me night she died.


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#1    TheLostGirl

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Posted 12 April 2014 - 02:48 AM

Hi everyone I'm new on here and wanted to share and hopefully get some peoples views on my experience. A year ago my nan was given a couple months to live and about two days later I had a dream (that seemed very real) of my nan telling me she was ready to go and that It was all going to be ok, I was telling her i wasn't ready for her to leave but she insisted that I will do fine without her. The rest of the dream was just of her stroking my hair like she did when I was a child and me crying in to her lap. When I woke up I was still crying and decided i was going to go and see her so I took my daughter to school and set straight off to her house but on the way there I got a phone call telling me she had past away in her sleep. I never told any of my family about my dream, I'm not sure why not though. I keep thinking that it's just a coincidence because it had been playing on my mind but no one had been expecting it to happen that soon and I think it's to strange to of had the dream around the same time she had died for it to be a coincidence. So i would just like to hear your views about what you think, thank you.


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Posted 12 April 2014 - 03:20 AM

I had a similar experience when my mom died. Or should I say my mom had a similar experience when she died? I've believed for a long time that love knows no boundaries of time or space.


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Posted 12 April 2014 - 11:58 AM

When my uncle Barry passed away, I was worried and had asked him before he died, at a young age, if he could give me a sign letting me know he was ok. A couple of days after he died I was in the car thinking about that. I was listening to the radio and the next song that popped up (car shows title of song and singer) was "I made it through" Barry. The full title is " I made it through the night" by Barry Matelow but that was the message that popped up. I am sure it was him. And I believe your nan was saying goodbye to you.


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Posted 12 April 2014 - 12:22 PM

I believe my grandmother once came to comfort me. The story begins with the infamous words <When I woke> I saw an electric blue light......Did it really happen or not?

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 11:46 PM

I believe they can visit us.   2-3 days after my grandfather died of cancer,  I experienced him in my bedroom.. come to say goodbye.  Coincidently, the same night I had this experience, my sister experienced exactly the same too, he too told her he'd come to say goodbye.  We only found out each other had this experience after we both had it.

When my favourite aunt died.  The moment she died I experienced her death in an OBE or like remote viewing experience so knew, I was like experiencing all she was in her hospital room and in the moments after she died.  (I hadnt been forwarned her death was about to occur.. she'd been fighting leukemia for quite a while).

My favourite uncle. He visited me over 10 years after his death.  What I find interesting about that is that after this experience (this was the first one I had with someone I knew who was deceased),  I later found out that it is said that those who die tragically can be in a state of confusion for a long time after death or completely like out of it.  This uncle he did die tragically (motorbike hit a tree so it was sudden) so maybe that is why his visit took so long?  Who knows I can only guess.  He knew he'd missed a lot of time and he was enquiring from me all about our family as if he didnt know everything which had been going on since he'd been gone.

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Posted 17 April 2014 - 01:12 AM

View Postphoenix523, on 12 April 2014 - 11:58 AM, said:

When my uncle Barry passed away, I was worried and had asked him before he died, at a young age, if he could give me a sign letting me know he was ok. A couple of days after he died I was in the car thinking about that. I was listening to the radio and the next song that popped up (car shows title of song and singer) was "I made it through" Barry. The full title is " I made it through the night" by Barry Matelow but that was the message that popped up. I am sure it was him. And I believe your nan was saying goodbye to you.
I was grieving the loss of my mom and had asked her to please let me know if she was okay.  The next morning very early I woke to go to the bathroom and the light was on dimly in the room.  I asked my wife if she had turned on the light and she insisted that no, she hadn't and that the light was completely off when we went to bed.  I felt so much better after that night.

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Posted 17 April 2014 - 01:54 AM

God is great!

One of my aunt's passed away unexpectedly at the age of 32 and my grandmothers was understandably inconsolable. She cried and prayed day and night and on the third day, a dove flew into her home. All the way into her house and flew into her hands. She held it and petted for a while. Then she went outside to set it free.  Once it flew away, my grandma looked at her palms and on them were 3 feathers the dove left behind.  My aunt left behind 3 children that needed to be taken care of and my grandma found peace after that.

Last year another one of my aunts passed from cancer. During her last days I prayed and cried and even fasted, offering God my own life for hers. This because of her 3 younger kids that needed her. I went to visit her after work one day, feeling pretty weak I sat by her bed holding her hand, praying silently. She woke up suddenly to point out that there were children singing infront of me. Ofcourse, I couldn't see them. Later that night I went to visit her, she had gotten worse in her condition. As I observed one of the nurses checking her pressure on her arm, I began to hear what sounded like children singing in unison. I was puzzled as there was nothing in the room that would make such a sound. That night I went to bed with a big smile on my face, laughing and even crying from joy. There was a tremendous peace inside me. Honestly I've never felt that good in my life. One of my aunt's children told me he had a dream right before she died. She told him to be good and that she would watch over him. She said she was sorry because her body couldn't recover and that she loved him and would see him again one day.

It's shocking on one hand these happenings, but on the other, I do believe love knows no boundaries. It's pretty awesome.


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Posted 18 April 2014 - 01:00 AM

The signs that come to bring us comfort when we are in the process of losing a loved one can be pretty incredible.  The week before my brother passed was filled with "little signs" .  The most incredible for me was seeing him for the last time on the Sunday before he passed.  He was at home and resting in bed.  We all believed the worst of the latest health crisis had passed and he had an appointment booked with his specialist on the Tuesday.

There was a light in his eyes that was almost impossible to fathom.  I had literally never seen him so internally joyful.  We hold onto these things as signs of good health returning but what he said to us on that day was about closure and being ready to move on.  To me specifically he said "don't cry when I die little sister".  I was taken aback because I didn't want to see him as dying, I was seeing hope.  I said "you are not going to die, there's still so much to do and see".  I went on about him needing to discuss getting a pace-maker (something he had decided against) and how he wanted to go to europe and all the wonderful things he would see when he did.  We bantered about the great escapades he would get up to.  But all throughout there was a knowing glint in his eyes that he was humouring me and happy to do it because he was so completely at peace.  I will always have that to cherish, the light in his eyes, the humour and warm acceptance.  I still cried and cry even now but I am not in any raging grief because every cell in my body knows he received what he needed in those final days from God to deal with and accept his passing.  I am so happy for him for having the brilliant light in his eyes, even now.

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Posted 21 April 2014 - 03:59 PM

My mum saw her grandmother (My great gran) when she died. My mum didn't even know it had happened yet. She was lying in her mum and dad's bed (she was about 7 or 8 at the time) and my uncle was in the bed too at the bottom end. She woke up and saw her gran hovering over the bed. She knew it was her because of what she was wearing, her gran use to wear a purple and black stripped apron and she could see the apron on the figure, although it was black and grey

She said her gran then leaned down and put her hands through my mum's stomach where the covers were and brought her hands up as if she was trying to pull the covers over my mum to tuck her in. My mum said she then leaned over and kissed her on the forehead and began slowly backing away, waving.

My mum shook my uncle, trying to get him to wake up. As soon as he sat up and she pointed, he turned his head and by that time she'd disappeared through the wall.

The next morning my gran (my mums mum) told her that her gran had died that night


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Posted 21 April 2014 - 04:03 PM

Happened to me as well


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Posted 21 April 2014 - 04:05 PM

Those are some amazing experiences. I haven't had a chance to have any like that, but someday I may be lucky enough to.


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Posted 10 May 2014 - 11:12 PM

View PostTheLostGirl, on 12 April 2014 - 02:48 AM, said:

Hi everyone I'm new on here and wanted to share and hopefully get some peoples views on my experience. A year ago my nan was given a couple months to live and about two days later I had a dream (that seemed very real) of my nan telling me she was ready to go and that It was all going to be ok, I was telling her i wasn't ready for her to leave but she insisted that I will do fine without her. The rest of the dream was just of her stroking my hair like she did when I was a child and me crying in to her lap. When I woke up I was still crying and decided i was going to go and see her so I took my daughter to school and set straight off to her house but on the way there I got a phone call telling me she had past away in her sleep. I never told any of my family about my dream, I'm not sure why not though. I keep thinking that it's just a coincidence because it had been playing on my mind but no one had been expecting it to happen that soon and I think it's to strange to of had the dream around the same time she had died for it to be a coincidence. So i would just like to hear your views about what you think, thank you.

Thanks for sharing this very deep story and mine is very similar so will share with you

To be honest when i was growing up i was terrified of ghosts even the thought of them, think that was my mum drilling it in to me from a very young age, she had a go on Ouija board once and terrified her to death and now cant and wont have anything to do anything PN related, so with that happening there has always been a logical reason for events growing up.

But then my nan died who i was extremely close as most are, and the day she died we were ment to be going out for the day and obviously that never happened but the next day my mum sent me to the shop to buy sweets to try and cheer me up and walking along and clear as ever my nan called me "POPPIT" as that was my nickname and turned around and 10 meters in front of me was my nan complete body with her arms out wanting me to go over to her, and i ran in tears screaming "NAN" as she disappeared right in front of me and there was stood a man right behind where she was who tried to calm me down but i ran home but never told my mum as i know it scares her.

And from that day onwards ive known and will always be happier about my life and death knowing that i will pass information to my son to try and communicate with me when im no longer around as i think its a gift and thats why i get annoyed when people FAKE this!!!

Andy





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