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Sensing Death

 

I don't remember when it all started, exactly, but it was a few years ago. Life was great. Everyone was healthy, and nothing seemed wrong. But I just had this feeling that my uncle was going to die. I felt so bad about it, like I was hoping he would or something, but that wasn't it, because I loved him. But sure enough, a couple weeks later, he died of an unexpected illness. It was short term, and they still aren't sure exactly sure what killed him, but I was freaked out because I knew it would happen.

Then there was a freshman at my school with cystic fibrosis, and obviously she wasn't expected to live a full, healthy life. But no one thought she'd die anytime soon. All of a sudden, I knew she was in the hospital. I barely knew her, only passed her in the hallway. But I knew she was in the hospital, and then I knew she was dying. They made an announcement that she was dead, and everyone cried, but I was too busy expecting it to know how to be upset. I was just freaked out because I knew.

Then came my other uncle. Again, he was perfectly healthy. Nothing was wrong at all. I just had that feeling in my gut. "Uncle Carol is going to die." I wasn't close to him. I rarely even saw him. I just knew he was going to die. Next thing I know, my grandmother's on the phone telling us when his funeral is.

By this point, I was completely freaked. Not only had I predicted three deaths, but they'd all occurred. Within a relatively small period of time. People were probably starting to think I only went to funerals because I thought it was fun.

Then, just a couple months ago, my boyfriend told me his friend was going into the army. The first thought I had was, "Oh my God, he's going to die, and his fiancé is going to kill herself." What happened? He got deployed. A month or so later, we find out he was killed. A month or so after that, his fiancé had committed suicide. There are a lot of disturbing details about that, but I guess I won't go into it, because basically, I was just increasingly sure that they would die, and how she would die, and when, and I was getting a lot of specifics.

I don't know how I know these things, I just do. I just feel them.

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Eagleclaw (386 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-27)
Alexa,
Are you saying that in reality that your grandfather and mother passed the other day? I have no right to even ask but what happened to them? I feel so bad for you. I'm very sorry to hear that it happened.
I will send positive thoughts your way in this trumatic time for you.
Mwenzi (2 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-27)
Having read all these comments, I wish someone could explain me. I have dreamt about the deaths of six of my siblings and all of them have come to pass and many many other things. But sometimes I would have a good dreams about myself but instead its the very opposite that happens to me. I had a boyfriend I dated for a long time, I discovered that he had another woman somewhere else and then I had a dream in which he chose me for her, it came to pass but it was not me he chose but her. In the dream this woman cried but in reality I'm the one who cried. I need someone to make me understand.
Angiebaby (2 stories) (12 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-27)
nightmaresintodreams- I don't think preventing is why we get that message. I used to think the same way. But over the years I've come to realize that sometimes passing on that message helps the person who's path is changing. Some DO NOT want to hear it... No matter what. But those that do, love and trust comes through when you connect. It's hard to describe and I don't think I'm doing that great of a job.
On the hospital/nursing home thing- I have had many occasions where I have found excuses in order to not go to those places. Including when needing medical care myself! So strong the emotions can be, I'd rather go to a walk in clinic for medical help. I have learned to tone it down and let it flow through me instead of taking them on (the emotions and messages) using meditation (that and not making eye contact! Lol) and breath exercises. I have also learned to see the beauty in the journey of people's path changing. I don't fear dying anymore. I do miss the ones who have passed but it's different kind of grief, gentler. With a deeper understanding of true spirit.
nightmaresintodreams (1 stories) (1 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-27)
[at] alexandriabee: I can't go near hospitals or nursing homes either. I've never thought about the reason, but maybe it has to do with the same thing. Similarities are definitely just as good in this case.

[at] Angiebaby: Doesn't it seem awful, though? What's the point in receiving a message if there isn't anything I can do to prevent it?
alexandriabee (1 stories) (8 posts)
+1
8 years ago (2011-10-26)
no, you're not crazy, because I too have had that happen to me. In many situations of people very close to me that I've denied to the very day of. The night before, I've had both my grandfather and mother come and talk to me (not physically) and be dead the next day.

I can't go near hospitals or nursing homes without being sent into a straight panic attack. Because the visions of pending deaths and the smell of death strike a chord in me that I cannot bare.

You're not alone, and you're not crazy. I wish I had answers for you, but all I have is similarities... I guess those can be just as good.
Angiebaby (2 stories) (12 posts)
+1
8 years ago (2011-10-26)
First off...It's ok. Your not crazy if that's what you are thinking. Second, your not the only one who has that happen to them. I do too. And I know first hand how confusing and scary that can be. My area seems to especially strong with people who have cancer, but doesn't just deal with that. The statement "you just know' couldn't be any more true.It's like making the statement 'the sky is blue'. It seems that clear to you. And that's also because it is. Trying to explain that to people who have never had what I call 'inherent knowing' is quite difficult. Accepting that this is the path of life for these people is also difficult, but you did not cause it nor are you able to stop it. You are only the receiver of a message that is already in motion.

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