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Do your deceased loved ones visit in dreams?


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#1    nycrican

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Posted 14 April 2006 - 03:43 PM

HI Everyone:

I have always had dreams in which deceased friends and relatives show up. I am always delighted to see them and immeadiately ask them why they are here because they are supposed to be dead. They never answer my question but just start to join me in whatever I am doing in the dream when they appear.

I have seen my dad so many times in the dreams, he passed away 20 years ago. I have had dreams with my father in law who twice has given me a big hug and it just felt so good. He passed away about 5 years ago.

I have seen my younger sister who passed away 8 years ago in my dreams. In one of the dreams, I told her to go away because she was bugging me as younger sisters do in real life. When I woke up, I thought to myself that I should never have asked her to leave because the time she was spending with me was extra precious time that a lot of people do not get.

I recently told my sisters and mom about my dreams, they live in another state. Both were shocked because they do not have dreams with deceased people. When I told my mother in law about getting a hug from her deceased husband, she was also shocked and even a little jealous.

So my question is, do you have dreams with your deceased love ones? Who were they and please describe a few if you can.



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Posted 19 April 2006 - 06:46 PM

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HI Everyone:

I have always had dreams in which deceased friends and relatives show up. I am always delighted to see them and immeadiately ask them why they are here because they are supposed to be dead. They never answer my question but just start to join me in whatever I am doing in the dream when they appear.

I have seen my dad so many times in the dreams, he passed away 20 years ago. I have had dreams with my father in law who twice has given me a big hug and it just felt so good. He passed away about 5 years ago.

I have seen my younger sister who passed away 8 years ago in my dreams. In one of the dreams, I told her to go away because she was bugging me as younger sisters do in real life. When I woke up, I thought to myself that I should never have asked her to leave because the time she was spending with me was extra precious time that a lot of people do not get.

I recently told my sisters and mom about my dreams, they live in another state. Both were shocked because they do not have dreams with deceased people. When I told my mother in law about getting a hug from her deceased husband, she was also shocked and even a little jealous.

So my question is, do you have dreams with your deceased love ones? Who were they and please describe a few if you can.


That is one way that spirits communicate with us is in our dreams....consider yourself lucky to have had the visits, I think it is great


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Posted 20 April 2006 - 02:12 AM

My nanna died last november and about a month ago I had a dream and she was sitting with me in her old old house and she was telling me that I should tell my mum everythings Ok. I was crying in my dream cause I had missed her so much. I haven't had another dream like that since, my older brother has though. When my mum was 1 her dad died on christmas, he was in the war, years later my nan re-married he passed away when I was about 8, I'm 16 now. Me and my brother both own my nans wedding rings, they mean alot to us now.  original.gif

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Posted 20 April 2006 - 04:54 AM

For years I have occasionally had dreams in which all my much loved relatives who have passed on are sitting around my large oval dining room table with me. We are all having a cup of tea and chatting about everything and anything. Over the years as another relative passes away, that relative become part of the gathering around the table. There are eight loved ones in the group now. I always awake from these dreams feeling very happy and peaceful.

I also have other dreams in which my grandmother gives me advice on some very important issues in my life. I usually try to follow her advice.  original.gif

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Posted 20 April 2006 - 11:59 AM

Hmmm... I have had dreams about my deceased grandfather and grandmother... altho my grandfather died when I was about 2 and he appearred in my dream when i was 13 or 14 at least.... he took he shopping lol, that was weird. I couldn't control my dream to make myself ask if he was ok tho but he was clearly a ghost in my dream because he was floating away in the shops.
I sensed my grandmother a few months after she died. I didn't exactly see my grandmother in the dream but I sensed her presence very strongly and it gave me a sense of comfort. The setting of that dream was a strange one. In chinese traditions, after a person died, it is said that they spirit will wonder back to their home after a certain number of days and people will put out food for that spirit, often their favourite during their lifetime. What I saw was the setting of this, with food in a dimly lit room and felt her presence.

My first impressions about those dreams was that it was probably my imagination but I do often wonder if they were actually my relatives trying to contact me in someway hmm.gif . If they were, I'd feel very special because to be honest I wasn't close to my grandmother and I was 2 when my grandfather died.

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Posted 20 April 2006 - 12:11 PM

I believe your grandfather and grandmother are making contact with you.

  Your grandfather is no doubt telling you if he were here you and he could go shopping together.

  And your grandmother is possibly telling you this is the kind of table she set for those she ran a home for and perhaps would like to share some of those things with you.

  Sometimes a family member will take you to a shop to tell you such and such a shop might have something you would like or may have been thinking about buying.

  The Grandmother could be telling you other things, first about sharing a meal or perhaps you need to see what is on the table?

  It could be her telling ou need to eat more of a certain food for better health.

   I get these kinds of messages all the time either in dreams or through thoughts from those in the Spirit World but in my case I normally know what they mean and you need to remember your dreams and jot down notes and times and see if more information comes to you in dreams or thoughts to better explain the dreams meaning.



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Posted 20 April 2006 - 12:21 PM

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I believe your grandfather and grandmother are making contact with you.

  Your grandfather is no doubt telling you if he were here you and he could go shopping together.

  And your grandmother is possibly telling you this is the kind of table she set for those she ran a home for and perhaps would like to share some of those things with you.

  Sometimes a family member will take you to a shop to tell you such and such a shop might have something you would like or may have been thinking about buying.

  The Grandmother could be telling you other things, first about sharing a meal or perhaps you need to see what is on the table?

  It could be her telling ou need to eat more of a certain food for better health.

   I get these kinds of messages all the time either in dreams or through thoughts from those in the Spirit World but in my case I normally know what they mean and you need to remember your dreams and jot down notes and times and see if more information comes to you in dreams or thoughts to better explain the dreams meaning.


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Posted 07 February 2008 - 02:21 PM

nycrican on Apr 14 2006, 03:43 PM, said:

HI Everyone:

I have always had dreams in which deceased friends and relatives show up. I am always delighted to see them and immeadiately ask them why they are here because they are supposed to be dead. They never answer my question but just start to join me in whatever I am doing in the dream when they appear.

I have seen my dad so many times in the dreams, he passed away 20 years ago. I have had dreams with my father in law who twice has given me a big hug and it just felt so good. He passed away about 5 years ago.

I have seen my younger sister who passed away 8 years ago in my dreams. In one of the dreams, I told her to go away because she was bugging me as younger sisters do in real life. When I woke up, I thought to myself that I should never have asked her to leave because the time she was spending with me was extra precious time that a lot of people do not get.

I recently told my sisters and mom about my dreams, they live in another state. Both were shocked because they do not have dreams with deceased people. When I told my mother in law about getting a hug from her deceased husband, she was also shocked and even a little jealous.

So my question is, do you have dreams with your deceased love ones? Who were they and please describe a few if you can.





I had a dream about my late nephew who passed suddenly a few weeks ago.  In the dream I am aware that I need to get to him.  I arrive in a building and he is coming through a gate surrounded by soldiers who are the firing squad.  i ask to go to him and I am allowed he hugged me so tightly then a women and a man came for him he said they sent someone.  I asked if I could go with him and he said he wouldnt like it..  And asked me to wait round the corner, however I hung back and he fell to the ground and then disapeared.  I felt like I had lost him all over again i woke up sobbing.. can any one explain




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Posted 07 February 2008 - 02:36 PM

A few months ago I dreamed I was talking to my sister on the phone, and suddenly my late grandfather's vocie interuppted. He kept saying my name, and was saying "can you hear me?" His voice sounded far away, like he was yelling from a distance. I said, "yes grandpa, I can hear you." And he told me, "Someone should be sitting here laughing at you." Then my alarm went off,a nd I opened my eyes and I saw this person made of light rise from my bed, like it was sitting beside me. I don't know if it was real, but it was very strange, and I wonder what he said, what it is supposed to mean.


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Posted 07 February 2008 - 03:33 PM

fylgja on Feb 7 2008, 06:36 AM, said:

A few months ago I dreamed I was talking to my sister on the phone, and suddenly my late grandfather's vocie interuppted. He kept saying my name, and was saying "can you hear me?" His voice sounded far away, like he was yelling from a distance. I said, "yes grandpa, I can hear you." And he told me, "Someone should be sitting here laughing at you." Then my alarm went off,a nd I opened my eyes and I saw this person made of light rise from my bed, like it was sitting beside me. I don't know if it was real, but it was very strange, and I wonder what he said, what it is supposed to mean.


Sometimes when people die, they feel they haven't really said good-bye.  Other times, they want us to know that they are OK.  They know we miss them and worry about them, so, they come back and let us know they are fine.  My Auntie did.  I worried about her a lot, she died after suffering from Leukemia for years (she didn't tell any of us) I was devastated.  She was my only blood aunt.  She came back in my dream, looking younger and incredibly healthy and told me to stop worrying.  I had told her, unknowingly when she was in the early stages of the cancer, that my grandma and grandpa had come to me in a dream and told me to tell everyone they were all right, and together.  My aunt took great comfort from this, and so when she came back, she told me I was right.  They OK, and so was she.  I did cry when I woke up, but at the same time, I felt so much better.

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Posted 07 February 2008 - 04:46 PM

I had a friend who died 21 years ago.  He occasionally appears in dreams but it is very rare.  He is the only dead person I ever dream about.  I remember him appearing in a dream about 2 years ago.  It was weird as it was a dream about being in some hell like place with demonics etc.  I was quietly moving through this extremely risky area when one of these Demons spotted me.  A fight ensued, out of nowhere my old buddy appeared and started pounding on these Demons.  He spoke to me and said “What are you doing here?” my reply was “aren’t you dead!?”.  He then said “We don’t have time…this is real…for God’s sake run….” So I did as he asked and ran, still wondering why he was there.  Bizzare dream tongue.gif

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Posted 07 February 2008 - 04:53 PM

Lord Storm on Feb 7 2008, 08:46 AM, said:

I had a friend who died 21 years ago.  He occasionally appears in dreams but it is very rare.  He is the only dead person I ever dream about.  I remember him appearing in a dream about 2 years ago.  It was weird as it was a dream about being in some hell like place with demonics etc.  I was quietly moving through this extremely risky area when one of these Demons spotted me.  A fight ensued, out of nowhere my old buddy appeared and started pounding on these Demons.  He spoke to me and said “What are you doing here?” my reply was “aren’t you dead!?”.  He then said “We don’t have time…this is real…for God’s sake run….” So I did as he asked and ran, still wondering why he was there.  Bizzare dream tongue.gif


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Posted 07 February 2008 - 05:07 PM

I have had a dream of my ex husband's grandfather after he had died. He was crying in the dream walking down a road. My ex and I drove past him, then turned around to pick him up. he would not get in the car. He just cried. Then I dreamed of him again where he was sitting at his kitchen table, I asked him why he was there because he supposed to be DEAD....then im my dream I started singing a beautiful hymn, then he floated to heaven, (he was crying in that dream too)

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Posted 07 February 2008 - 07:37 PM

veliska27 on Feb 7 2008, 05:07 PM, said:

I have had a dream of my ex husband's grandfather after he had died. He was crying in the dream walking down a road. My ex and I drove past him, then turned around to pick him up. he would not get in the car. He just cried. Then I dreamed of him again where he was sitting at his kitchen table, I asked him why he was there because he supposed to be DEAD....then im my dream I started singing a beautiful hymn, then he floated to heaven, (he was crying in that dream too)



Gosh, strong dreams Vel.

There are some really interesting dreams here.

My husband dreams of our daughter and he says it's like it's real, like he's been with her and he's really comforted by it.  I've never had a single, solitary dream of her... I'm still waiting.  I get phone calls from my family members all the time to say they've had dreams of her.

I think there's a reason I don't dream about her, I haven't figured it out yet, but she's on my mind all day long - how can I NOT dream of her?

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Posted 07 February 2008 - 08:00 PM


There have been a large number of accounts of people seeing recently deceased relatives in their dreams or visiting them from their bedsides at precisely the time of death, and during these encounters they often describe sensations of not being able to move like in sleep paralysis.  







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