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Hearing And Seeing Living Family Members


In the past 2 weeks I have had two experiences that have left me dumbfounded so I'm looking for some input.

The first incident I walked into my bathroom to bath my 2 sons and I heard a man (who sounded like my husband) yell out my sister's name. The voice was loud, menacing and very angry. I could hear it loud and clear in my right ear but it sounded as though it was coming from another room. My husband was at work when this happened, and when I called him he was fine.

The next incident happened outside my home as I was walking up my front steps I looked up to my living room window only to see my youngest sister standing in the window with her head slightly bowed, holding flowers in her hands. My sister was at school when this happened. I usually only see apparitions of dead people, so I'm lost for words as to why I've seen and heard from living loved ones. I haven't had any uneasy feelings in my home lately however my mother-in-law, a psychic, offered what she got from it; that the voice I heard wasn't my husband's voice but my brother-in-law's voice and that that is the way he yells at my sister. Ok I understand that and it does fit together (accurate description of my brother-in-law), but then a week later I see my youngest sister looking out my window with flowers in her hands, what's that suppose to mean?

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Loralia253 (1 stories) (21 posts)
15 years ago (2009-03-02)
It could be that you have a very strong intuition about your family. You could also be empathic and be seeing signs of how they are feeling. You could try asking if something is bugging your sister but if she doesn't want to talk don't pester wait for he to come talk to you.
Doublemint (3 stories) (261 posts)
15 years ago (2009-02-22)
I know how you feel, my younger brother lives in Mississippi and I am in California, when he is struggling with issues with the ex-wife and his oldest son I seem to pick up on problems before he calls me. When the stress level is high or he's extremely worried, I have visions so strong that they actually pull me out of a dream to alert me to the problem. Your sister may be jumping back and forth in thought, she is sad and wants to find the right words. I would give her a big hug and say you know Sis, I'm here for you no matter what. If she questions you, just say my heart feels that your sad about something, are you doing ok. This should break the ice for her. Listen with your heart and stay cool
Edmund (578 posts)
15 years ago (2009-02-21)
martin_skye... Academylin hit the nail on the head I got a sense of loss, greiving, or a death... Did you notice what kind of flowers your sister was holding?
martin_skye (1 stories) (8 posts)
15 years ago (2009-02-20)
Thanks for the input, I should add that the voice yelling my sisters name and the sister I saw in the window were two different sisters. The ones name I heard is the next one down from me, whom I am very close to. The sister in the window is my youngest, we're not that close. Her face didn't appear mournful though.
academylin (14 stories) (303 posts)
15 years ago (2009-02-19)
I don't think the fact that her head is bowed and low, and it appears that she is grieving, is indication of death or something along those physical veins. Metaphorically yes.

I think you have answered your own questions, she is grieving the loss of something she once knew. (albeit perhaps temporarily IE; FOR A SHORT TIME). The love, she and her husband shared is not apparant any more as indicated by the way which he "speaks" to her, as stated by your mother.

And this would support the folorn manner in which she appears to you, mourning the loss of something... A love gone wrong.

Yup, the flowers and her longing looks are mourning a love gone wrong, if she hasn't left this relationship already, I bet if you ask her she will only need a nudge in the genral direction to do so!

Lin x
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