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Husband's Dream And Wife's Feeling Of Death

 

I wasn't sure where or how to categorize this story, so here it is...

Two mornings ago, I woke up and had the strongest urgency to hear a particular song. "One year of Love" by Queen. It was so strong that I jumped out of bed and immediately went to the computer to hear it. I turned it up loud and listened to it about 3 times.

I've had many times, like most, where I want to hear a song but this was overpowering.

Later that morning, My husband and I went into town and the first thing I did was find the CD and play the song again... I almost couldn't get enough of it.

This morning, I woke up slowly and as my mind started to clear I thought "Oh my God, Kim died in his sleep!" (Kim is my husband of 31 years).

I rolled over and touched him. He was warm and breathing and I took a HUGE sigh of relief. This feeling was so powerful that at the time I knew it to be true.

My husband woke shortly after I did and as we were lying in bed waking up and talking, he tells me that he had the wierdest dream.

He said he had a dream that he died.

He went on to tell me that he had died and slowly floated through the air, into the cloud line and then above it, out of our atmosphere and into the stars.

At that point he woke himself us because he said it freaked him out.

My husband and I are super close. I had a dream about him five years before we even met and his mother had a dream about me when he was only 6 years old so I know that we are truly soul mates.

I've had tiny dreams that had come true, such as a toilet overflowing or finding a certain piece of jewelry or other small things but this scares me. I tried to think of something we both watched on TV or something we both had been told, something going on in our lives or ANYTHING to explain this away. I cannot.

My husband and 28 year old son are taking a 150 mile trip today to go get our Grandchildren. I didn't want them to go but I had to be on the conservative side and try to sweep my fears away.

If someone can give me some insight or share your story, please do!

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BearTree (1 stories) (1 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-04-08)
Thank you both so much... My husband, son and grandchildren did make it back safely... Yes, life is fleeting and we sometimes get complacent and forget what the real treasures are in this life. I have felt over the last few months that there is a major change in the air (personally), and maybe that's all that was, but one thing I know for sure, I will take nothing for granted. God, my family and this precious earth and all who inhabit are more precious than anything else.
Day2Day (1 stories) (31 posts)
 
9 years ago (2011-04-08)
You share a love with your husband that few people are able to find. So, I can certainly understand your reaction and how you felt after sharing an experience like that with him.

I just wanted to say try not too worry, get out there with your husband, and enjoy life with the family and grandchildren.

I wish you and your husband many more years together.
AnneV (4 stories) (1045 posts) mod
 
9 years ago (2011-04-07)
Anyone who loves their spouse would have that same justifiable fear. I had a dream once that I died. It was wonderful. I went to the place of healing and felt I would be content to be there for a thousand years. Every burden, to the smallest degree, was lifted from me. No more alarm clocks. No more traffic, bills, aging, and so on. After staying there for awhile, I was approached by a woman and told me that it was not my time and that I had to go back (much to my consternation) and back I did go. I mention periodically on this site the amount of NDE research I've done and it's quite a bit. There is a theme: if it's not your time to go you won't, even if it means being miraculously healed. If it is, you will even if it's from a trifling cold. This is life and even if your husband does not pass away on this trip, this year or the next, one day, you both will. We all will. I too love my husband very much and treasure each day with him. He just turned 51 and no one knows when the other one's time is. He always marvels at my patience, understanding and forgiving nature. This is because I know the frailty and fleetingness of this incarnation. Love those around you and treat each day as if it could be the last. We should all think twice before we anger, think outside of ourselves and go the extra mile. And then at the end of this life, we will have no regrets and it will lessen our sorrows.

I hope you and your husband share another 30 plus years together.
Anne
P.s. I love that song too!

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