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Touched By An Angel


I am new to this site and was looking for someone who may have had the same experiences, or someone who may know something about this.

My wife's best friend was diagnosed with a brain disease which is similar to mad cow disease. Her brain started developing holes in a sponge-like pattern, and it was only a few months after diagnosis that she passed away.

When we first heard the news I didn't know what to do. My wife was devastated. I wanted to help but I knew right away that she was not going to be saved. My intention was to help to comfort her and allow her to realise that the soul is eternal and that there is life after death.

When we visited her in the hospital, I tried to build a protective barrier around her (flower of life) to protect her from the awful death imprints in the hospital where she was staying. She was alert and happy, although she couldn't speak normally, she could communicate and she was beautiful. She and my wife talked about old times and she was enthusiastic and playful when my wife visited.

Anyway, her family had an event to attend to out of town and she was moved without any family consent when they were away to another facility. She didn't want to move and became very violent with the staff, and became so enraged that she was never the same again and died a few days later.

The night before she died I felt an electric charge in the left portion of my brain. I have never experienced this before. The next morning it came back very strongly and we later found out that this was the time when she was dying. I suspect that she was "crossing over" the night before.

She was contacting me. She didn't speak to me. Although, when I was near sleep that night I did have a small communication with her. It is more like an understanding that we had, which I realized. Again, I never heard any words, which is typically what most people report after this type of contact.

This is exactly the type of thing that I have always been fascinated with. These things continued for days and I must say after awhile I was exhausted. What started off as my desire to help, quickly materialized as something that I was not prepared to handle.

There is an unknown element to all of this and I would caution anyone who is considering this type of thing. If you are going to try this sort of thing, you should seek the advice of someone experienced so that they can help you with all of the unknowns.

For instance, just the fact that she died of this brain disease and her contact was of a physical nature involving my brain was just a bit much for me to handle. Yes, it was scary at times. Although I was always re-assured that I was going to be okay, and I knew that I was going to be okay, it was still quite stressful.

Eventually, after about a week or so, I communicated to her that this was too much for me. We had an understanding and she left me alone for the most part after that. I realise that this is not for amateurs to do, and that I crossed over a line with no experience which I should not have.

I have google searched and tried everything to find someone with a similar experience, to no avail. Has anyone else ever experienced this type of thing? The region of the brain affected was the left side, just back from the top.

After a bit of research this appears to be in the posterior parietal lobe. This is the area that is associated with touch. Touched by an angel? My life will never be the same.

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mmmm_cake (1 stories) (12 posts)
10 years ago (2013-11-16)
I'm afraid I don't have any advice for you, but I do have a question. Just out of curiosity, how were you able to identify what part of your brain was "touched"? The brain has no nerve ends that detect physical activity. If you poke someone's brain or stimulate it some other way, it may affect their body's functions, but they won't feel it in their brain.

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