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I Can Sense When People Die


I have always been able to sense when someone or a family pet has passed. I always seem to know right at the moment it happens. I just somehow know and feel it. My most distinct memory of this ability happened was when I was about 13. I was in school and somehow, I just knew my grandmother on my real father's side had just died. I was living in Connecticut and she was in Texas. Apparently she had been sick for sometime and I was completely unaware of the situation.

When my mother came to pick me up she was about to tell me about my grandmother, when I interrupted her and said Grandma Olivia died. She asked me how I knew. All I could say was I didn't know. Ever since then I can always sense when some one passes, doesn't have to be a family member, just someone I know. I also have family members that passed frequently visit me in my dreams.

Lately I have been trying to focus my ability and noticed I can sense people's and pets emotional energy. I'm not sure if it's Empathy or what abilities I've been gifted. I do know that as a child I could see and hear spirits, but blocked that ability (and don't want it) because it scared me. Can it have something to do with that, and how can I focus my other abilities more?

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americanmade (1 stories) (8 posts)
6 years ago (2016-03-30)
I have the same ability or I used to anyway... Jas not happened in a while... I posted a story on here you would like but can't find it guess it didn't get published but it explains a lot of the same expierences you have had
dreamweaver (2 stories) (11 posts)
13 years ago (2008-06-17)
It's always nice to know that people are going through the same things that you are. I always seem to know when someone I know is about to die. I knew when I was a teenager months before my grandmother died that it was coming soon and the closer it got to her passing the stronger the feeling became. I felt the same way about the rest of my grandparents and even my husbands grandparents. I remember just weeks before each of his 4 grandparents passed away I told him "I think we had better make a point to go and see..." It is somewhat frightening and I can understand how you must feel to know these things. I've also started to notice as I get older that I know how people will die or if they will die too soon. It is very hard to live with sometimes. My only advice is to listen to your instincts.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
13 years ago (2008-06-14)
Em I don't like it when people call it abilities... But what can you do ha-ha.

Yes, I make peace agreements with the living before they are dead (usually) in which I say certain 'things' in order for both parties to be happy or to end the suffering... Am I the one killing them... No am I God, no... Merely a portal that is all. Never think you are the one responsible or solely capable for all that goes on, basically don't let your ego go insane.

I wouldn't try to dedicate all your hours, merely just observe more often
Bethany_93 (2 posts)
13 years ago (2008-06-13)
I have the same abilitiy. I'm 14 now, but about a year ago my Grandma on my Dad's side had a stroke/heart attack and the doctor's said she was getting better. After a few weeks my mom wouldn't let me go see her or tell me how she was. Then a few days later, in the middle of the night, I woke up and I just new... A few seconds later the phone rang and I knew what it was. My mother came in my room but I broke her off the same way you did. She asked me how I knew and I just couldn't explain it. I have had many other experiences before and since then. I'm glad I'm not the only one... 😐

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