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I Can Sense Death


I can sense when people are going to die. This has been going on for a few years now. I am 22 and this began when I was in high school. The first time it happened, I was visiting my grandmother in assisted living. I stopped beside an old man and got a "feeling". Like everything just stopped and I was focused on him and I knew he was going to die. I looked at my mom and told her "he's going to die soon". She says she just thought it was luck on my part that he actually died a few days later. This feeling has happened several times over the past few years. Recently I scared myself. My dad's friend's wife had cancer and went into remission. The other day I was driving and all of the sudden her name and face came to my mind and I just knew. Less than 48 hours later, she died. I've told my sister and parents I have this "feeling" and after a long time, they believe me. I've also had nose bleeds with some of these "feelings". What is this? Has anyone else had this happen? What do I do with it and why me? What good can come from this? I don't know how or when they will die, I just know it's going to happen soon. I'm a Christian and I don't know if this is a gift or what? As a Christian, psychics are considered bad and we're not supposed to talk about them or go see them. But I feel that the only way to understand this is to talk to someone like me.

What are your experiences with this? How do you deal with it and what exatly am I supposed to do? From a religious standpoint, is this wrong?

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Psychic4Life (4 stories) (13 posts)
10 years ago (2014-07-18)
Hello smith28,

I completely know what you're going through and what you're talking about. One day, I came with my mother to go in for a psychic reading. My mom asked me if I wanted to sit in on it to hear what she had to say (NOT advisable at all, now that I've been there and done that!), so I said, "Yea, sure," and sat in on the reading. Unfortunately for my mother, the woman spoke more about me than she did about my mother - much to my mother's regret about asking me to sit in - and one thing she told me was that I have the ability to see death on people, quite like you do. Mind you, this was about a couple years ago. It was only not even a month ago that I was on Facebook and read a status from my aunt-in-law on my dad's side asking her friends and family to pray for her son who was going through drug addiction once again in his life. I immediately said to myself - as matter-of-factly as if I had known this all along - that it would kill him and he would not overcome it. I shocked myself with this because I did not know my cousin-in-law at all, so I did not know what he was going/had gone through with drug addiction. A few weeks after that, I was on Facebook again and I saw a couple of nice pictures of my cousin-in-law posted by my aunt-in-law (one of him young beside one of him now) and I read the caption, which read that he had passed away the night before. I immediately began to cry (I am also an Empath) as I began to tune into my aunt-in-law's pain and guilt she felt over this (she was very much negligent toward him during his youth, unfortunately). But I just remember feeling the sense of awe at how I had told myself he would not survive the battle with drugs and that it would kill him. So I can completely sympathize with your situation. It is not a fun thing to know when death will strike certain people, but we were gifted with this knowledge for reasons beyond most of our knowledge. It is what it is...
wat123 (41 posts)
10 years ago (2013-10-30)
Well since it's only a feeling which you don't even ask for, I don't see why it would be wrong? It is a gift that brings a lot of pressure sometimes but try to stay strong it's up to you whether to try to develope your ability. Psychic things can be bad if you go too much into the spiritual world without being prepared but for you there's only a small opening to that spiritual world it's difficult to close it and easier to open it up further but you don't have to choose, live your life the way you want to but try to find the balance aquiered for mental stability especially in your case since it can be quite traumatic. And also remember this: not only demons/spirits grant power if you are really lucky god gave you this gift in order to make you grow as a person, which would be the best option. Good luck I am sorry that I can't help you specifically with your ability but I'm sure there are some people that can, I hope you find them.
titanscout (1 posts)
10 years ago (2013-10-28)
I have been waiting for someone more experienced in these matters than myself to respond to you. However, since no veterans seem to be stepping forward, I will do so, as you are reaching out for help and deserve a response.
This ability, or gift, that you have is quite disconcerting to you, understandably, to say the least.
As you say, why did I receive this unwanted "gift", and what am I to do with it, now that I have it?
I don't know what to tell you, nor do I have any idea as to why you are having nosebleeds. These questions will have to be answered by those more knowledgeable in this area, the veteran psychics that frequent this forum.
I do know that you are not alone, and that others have this ability, as well, although I believe it to be somewhat rare. I understand that you are a Christian. You did not receive this ability on your own; it must have been given you by God. Therefore, it cannot be wrong for you to have the ability and it cannot be wrong for you to use it, however you come to terms with how to use it. I would pray earnestly about this and ask God for his guidance. I'm sure that in time, He will begin to "show you the way" as to how to deal with this. Stay calm and try not to dwell on this, as I know for sure that God would not want this to disrupt your whole life. Try to take it one day at a time and trust in God.

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