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Do I Have Some Sort Of Power To See The Dead?


It all started when I was little, around three or four years old. I scared my mom. I hadn't meant to but what I said scared her. My mother asked me "Where do babies come from?" expecting me to say "I came from mommy's tummy" or something to that effect and I remember saying, "Mom, before I was with you I lived with Jesus." Bear in mind I'd never heard of Jesus before and I didn't attend church at the time, but I was being truthful. My mother hovered over me because she thought I was dying or was going to die. After all, not many three olds would say what I told her. That's when I felt something change inside me. I don't know how to describe it exactly; it was like I was perceiving everything differently.

Anyway, flash forward a few years to the year 2005. My grandmother had gotten really sick and was on her deathbed and we just didn't know when. I slept in her room a few nights, to give my Aunt Shirley some company so she wouldn't be alone. I know my grandmother was out of it because of the medication and she slept most of the time by this point but I felt like her body was on the bed but her spirit was following me around the house.

She wasn't dead, but every time she went to sleep it felt like she was behind me, watching me. When she did pass away I was in my bedroom on the other end of the house asleep with the TV on and the door shut. I was lying on the bed and I looked over and something else was in the room. It was just an outline at first, so I tried to ignore it and go back to sleep. But I kept looking at it and its body filled in and so did the features of its face until I realized my grandmother was standing right next to the bed staring at me and that's when I jolted straight up in bed. I was breathing hard but I looked around and nothing was in the room.

I felt something different though, like something was missing or gone. And I just knew at that moment, I knew she was gone. I overheard my mother talking to her sister and they we're crying and my Aunt Judy arrived too late and I could hear her say, "Don't tell me that, my mother's gone, my mothers gone." She broke down and started sobbing and then I heard my mom say, "We'll let her sleep through tonight, she doesn't have to know until morning." My mom came in my room to check on me and found me sitting on the bed's edge.

She was trying to hold her composure but I said, "Grandmas gone away, hasn't she?" and my mother cried and she hugged me and asked how I knew and I didn't tell her the part about me seeing her, I thought it be a little much for her to handle at the time, but I did tell her I felt her spirit leave. Sometimes I feel she is with me, even now. I just want to know, did I see her? Am I psychic?

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Alice14 (2 stories) (18 posts)
15 years ago (2009-05-16)
If that happened to me, I would be insane and freaked out of my mind. I would never have been able to hold my composure like you did. Good for you! And you are a medium, by the way.
MrMedium (guest)
15 years ago (2009-05-05)
In my opinion if someone asked you or you told someone I woulds say you're a medium because mediumship is the specific type of psychic ability of being able to communicate with the other-side. By saying you're a medium it narrows down what you do, rather than saying you are psychic and the person expecting you to be able to read their mind or any number of psychic abilities
Kay102 (12 posts)
15 years ago (2009-04-30)
I said the exact same thing to my grandmother when I was 4 with not much in the way of a church and I felt something change too and I see my dead uncle quite frequently. I find it intrusting that it also happened to you.
elculver (4 stories) (18 posts)
15 years ago (2009-04-29)
I can feel my Grandfather's presence around me ALL THE TIME. He passed away from a heart attack 2 years ago. His presence scares me, but I keep thinking that I shouldn't be scared because he loved me, he was one the best people I have EVER met. We did EVERYTHING together. So I don't know why his presence scares me. I guess I just get scared whenever I feel a spirit's presence. I'm getting chills as I am typing this, and it has been said that it gets cold in the room when a spirit is around. It wasn't this cold in this room 20 minutes ago. I think my Pop is here now...
flowergirl220 (4 stories) (14 posts)
15 years ago (2009-04-28)
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flowergirl220 (4 stories) (14 posts)
15 years ago (2009-04-28)
It's just all weird I guess. I mean I know I've had this ability for a long time but sometimes I can't get used to that fact. As of now I sometimes see the spirit of this guy. He's the father of a friend of mine. He passed away about ten years ago when is son was nine.
I guess you dream about someone if you see a picture of them sometimes but he wants me to help his son or look out for him. Something to that effect I can't remember the exact wording. But ever since then I've been drawn to his kid. I've been getting some sort of vibe off him and I feel like he my brother (even though I know he's not.)
I know it happened along time before I met him, but I just feel like sometimes he feels so alone or that he keeps what he feels to himself and puts up this "I'm fine" front to his friends and family. I'll admit its pretty good, too bad the feeling I get doesn't match how he acts.
I want to talk to him but we kind of shy away from each other. I don't want to weird him out by saying "Hey want to talk about your dad?" I just want this feeling to go away. It just feels like no one is really there for him though he says other wise and I don't know how to do that.
christiana (1 stories) (5 posts)
15 years ago (2009-04-28)
You certainly did see her and are psychic! Maybe by sharing that you saw your grandmother with your mother might have given her a bit of comfort in knowing there is life after life. As you had said in your experience, you knew you lived with Jesus before coming here but had not been raised religiously. Maybe your grandmother wanted her to know that through you. Who knows. I could be wrong about that, but I know I'm not when it comes to you being psychic.

Blessings, Love and Light to you!
Katie (42 stories) (369 posts)
15 years ago (2009-04-28)
That's such a sad story! I've been through similar experiences. I can feel spirits, see them and that. I don't let it bother me.
Cocodreams (2 stories) (66 posts)
15 years ago (2009-04-28)
Girl...yes you are! That didn't happen to me but I know what you mean. I feel you completely. This site is such a blessing because I thought I was crazy until now. Now I see that I'm not the only one that has these weird experiences. I knew my grandma was going to die too. Mine was different though. My Dad and I have the same gifts except his are stronger (As I get older mine grow stronger) I had a dream that we were all going to my maternal grandma's funeral so I went to my dad and said, "Daddy, my Grandma is going to die. Should I tell Mom?" This was in 2005 by the way. He told me not to tell her because it would hurt her too much. Anyway, at this point she was in a nursing home but she was getting better so they planned to release her. OUT OF THE BLUE! We got a phone call a few weeks later telling us that she died! No one could understand it. I just looked at my Dad and he put his head down. We knew but no one else did.

Trust me - you saw your grandma that day. I saw mine after she died too but she came to me in a dream and told me she was happy. Lol. I sent my dog to stay with her. Don't you know she told me she has my baby girl with her! (thats my dog) I was so happy because my dog passed the year before.

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