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I Might Be A Healer Someday.


I was celebrating my brother's and Nephew's birthday today. A storm came through scared the dogs to death. The name of one of the dogs is Maggie. I am not huge dog person at all. This dog keeps jumping on me over and over again even though I have pushed her down multiple times. I go over to sit on the couch by my step father in law and the dog jumps up on me again for billionth time. Then the dog comes over and jump onto the couch. She then proceeds to lie in my lap. I get nervous around dogs. This is probably a sign that my "powers" are growing. One could argue that dogs always jump on people, but but this dog was gunning for me the entire time and no one else. Clearly, I am giving off some kind of calm vibes on the inside despite my uncomfortable nature on the outside. My father's health is declining by a wide margin. I wonder if this is the reason why I am developed some psychic abilities on a subconscious level.

I have been on vacation for two weeks, but I need more time to figure out what is going on with me as well as my father's health. He has been coming in my room and asking me what time he and I supposed to do things when the next day has not come. My father has lost track of time and has no concept if it is day or night. He has no clue what day of the week it is. He is becoming mentally impaired. Could my experience with the dog be first stage of developing some sort of healing ability? No dog has ever done this to me before. The mother in law even commented that the dog was interested in me for some reason. There is something going on around me, and I need to find out what the next steps are going to be. Something is definitely coming to a head.

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