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Premonitions Of Death


I have been having premonitions of death since my great grandmother passed away when I was 13. I was at my friend's house when I was overcome with pure grief. I had no idea why I was feeling this way. Then my mother called and told me that my great grandmother had just passed away. A few years later I was at school in a science class when that same feeling overcame me once again. A few hours later I was at lunch when my best friend came to get me to tell me that her father had suddenly died at work. This happened again and again with many of my friends' deaths.

But now the premonitions come in the form of dreams. I have had four family members pass in two years and each and everyone of their deaths was preceded with a dream that they were gravely ill and dying or dead. I am now seeing people and seeing that they are ill when they don't feel it at all. I told my mother last Easter that I didn't want to frighten her but that I thought grandma was sick. She had a greenish tint surrounding her and I just got the biggest "sense" that something was really wrong. A week later, she was diagnosed with cancer. She died two months later. Just two weeks ago I had a dream about my father being dead.

I am so afraid this is another one of those premonitions. I don't want this to be true. If so, then I need better control of these premonitions. Otherwise, I don't want them at all. Can someone help me? I hate these dreams, those feelings. It makes it hard for me to just live my life like a regular person. I once was going on vacation when the same feeling came over me. I was so worried that I would go away and then get a call about someone passing away. It could be me, that my plane would go down. I had no way of knowing. I was only on vacation for 1 day when I got a call that my best friend Mike had passed away from suicide. You can imagine how much fun I had on the rest of the vacation.

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Epselon (1 stories) (13 posts)
8 years ago (2014-01-22)
I know how you feel. I've even seen my own death. But just understand that just because you see death, that doesn't give a reason to sulk about it. I'm an empath and I just absolutely hate walking through hospitals. But just because I feel other peoples pain doesn't mean I should let it stop me from making them feel better. Just enjoy life exactly how it is.
JulesP77 (1 stories) (1 posts)
12 years ago (2010-04-07)
Thank you to all. I just wish there was something more I could do with the dreams, like know the date and time or the exact illnesses. Maybe I could warn my loved ones so they get to a doctor sooner. I don't know. It's just they don't help me much. When my grandmother was sick in the hospital, I knew she wasn't going to make it, but I had to keep that to myself because it upset everyone else when I told them about my premonition and the aura I saw around her.
redbanshee (1 posts)
12 years ago (2010-03-31)
I've spent years having those same feelings of death and then someone passing away also only mine aren't as clear as yours. I just felt death for 2 weeks about my youngest son and he passed away from a car accident at the end of the 2 weeks. I had thoughts of him dying but nothing specific. I wish I could have seen what his death was going to be from so I could maybe have prevented it. Mine also started with the death of my grandmother back in the 80's. I wish I knew of a way to develop a better sense. I had a dream of the 911 attacks 3 months before they happened and didn't have a clue that's what it was until it happened because it was a symbolic dream.
clairsentient_goth (10 posts)
12 years ago (2010-03-31)
This is simple. You are a Clairvoyance Medium. I am Clairsentient, so if you have any questions, e-mail me at kirbylynn96 [at]
AnneV (4 stories) (1064 posts) mod
12 years ago (2010-03-31)
We all die. Your dad will die, your mom will and so will you. To dream of the inevitable and hate the fact that you do is only making you miserable. You can fight your ability or come to peace with it. Death has been given a bad name. Many cultures celebrate death, yet we treat it with fear (like we do a lot of things). Only the most negative of souls have an unpleasant after-life. For the remainder of folks, it's quite nice and the ones drudging out life and miserable are the people left here on earth. For the most part, earth is hell compared to the other planes of existence.

See the bigger picture. Get outside of the same story you keep telling yourself about life and death. It's natural, cyclical and maybe you have these dreams so you can remind yourself (and others) to cherish these fleeting moments with loved ones. So many people wish and yearn for that last goodbye and few "get it" that every day should be cherished with the ones we love. Go love your dad! Even if your dream doesn't come true today, it will come true eventually. And know that when they pass, they will still see you and love you. Remember, it will be a very short time before you join them. Rejoice and stay positive and rethink all this unknowledgeable negativity.

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