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Tell Some One What's Coming?


I have for all my life been able to see the future in my sleep. I have always kept it to myself. Now 40 years of this Spirits are arriving and driving me crazy like when I am with a friend for lunch, he deceased loved one are like "Tell her this for me. " I never do. I try to tune them out. I actually say to them in my own thoughts stop, no! Now go away. I'm ok that they chatter it is kind of funny I see them jumping up and down and almost yelling at me.

Now last night I dreamt and saw my very first suicide. I have a friend who is going to do this, I actually see myself at his funeral, and consoling his parents and children. Do I tell him? I have never had that kind of vision and I cannot stop thinking about it, and I actually feel sad for him and his family. Why is this happening, I'm so worried. He is just someone I know, no real connections to this man. But see his quite often in meetings and ect. First off no one knows about my gift, I keep it to myself. I see things at night non-stop and then boom days or weeks later it will happen. My friends confide in me with worries, I can say it will be or not ok. I am 99 percent correct every time. I am curious about spirits talking to me, this is new thing for me. And sometimes there are so many speaking I cannot hear them all. Although I would love for my own mother to appear in chatter she never has? Or is she there and I and I am missing her? Any comments and support welcome.

It took a lot for me to admit all this to you all, But after reading comments I realized we all have this gift and it may be time for me to share some of this with my family, How did any of you tell your family or friends? Any advice on that would be welcomed also.

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JustBridget (2 posts)
12 years ago (2012-04-29)
Yes, I really do think that it is best to just come out and talk to your friend about what you saw. Although you may feel like it is embarrassing or difficult to do, you should put your feelings aside and try to help your friend. If they are really considering taking their own life, you should try your hardest to help them.
Good luck and God bless.
jatashi (1 stories) (57 posts)
12 years ago (2012-04-09)
i think you should talk to this person or the family I know it may be awkward but this is very important so please talk to this person
vanillabean (9 stories) (168 posts)
12 years ago (2012-04-08)
NOT TRUE that most psychics are just out for money. It's a matter of seeking out the good ones who truly desire to help people.

Instead of fighting your abilities, I would suggest that you try to become one with them. I have these abilities too, and I am happy to share comforting messages with people from their loved ones. It amazed me the other day when I fully described my friend's father and his personality to her. I gave her a short message from him--that he loves her and is always with her. She wouldn't have believed me if I hadn't been able to describe him so perfectly. He'd passed away when she was 12, and obviously I didn't know her back then. She started crying, and it was so healing for her. I am proud that I can bring that kind of peace to people, people who so badly want to believe their loved ones are not gone.

As for your friend, I had a similar issue with another friend of mine--do I say something or do I keep it inside? Well, I think it's always better to attempt to speak up. With psychic and/or medium abilities, being responsible is imperative. For instance, you wouldn't go up to your friend and say,"Hey, are you suicidal?" But you might ask, "You know, I got a feeling you were a bit down, can I just ask if you're doing ok?" It's never wise to just blurt out everything you saw and felt, but feel a person out first... Especially on such sensitive subjects. Obviously it's too late to say or do anything in this case, but for future reference, this is a good way to handle things. And I'm sorry to hear that this happened. But a lot of times we see the future to prepare us--it's meant to happen whether or not we do anything.

About your mother, it's possible she is there and you haven't noticed. I know that for me, it's hard to connect with my spirit relatives unless I am truly open to it. It seems like it should be easy--like all these other spirits show up, so why doens't your mother? Yet the medium has to go through the same feelings of grief that anyone else does. You don't have feelings for these random spirits, so there is less of a psychic block. Eventhough I am a medium and see relatives of dead people all the time, it was hard for me to connect with my own grandparents because it's hard to accept that life is eternal when we are dealing with the very real human feeling of "loss". They are conflicting feelings. Like when someone dies, I still cry--eventhough I know they live on! It's so weird. Hope I am making sense.

If you want to connect with your mom, you can practice meditation. Clear your mind, relax, and call on her. To make other spirits go away, stay calm, mediate, put the white bubble around you, and tell them very firmly that they MUST leave your space. YOU are the one with the power, and no spirit can bother you unless you let them.

But I still wish you would be comfortable delivering messages because you could help a lot of people and spirits who have no other way to get through to their loved ones.
Symbol-of-the-dragon (4 stories) (68 posts)
12 years ago (2012-04-08)
I'm very sorry for what is happening to you. The best thing to do I think would be to meditate and ask you guides what you should do. Getting help from a psychic for hire is a bad idea. NEVER DO IT. Most are just out for money.
chevvy12 (1 stories) (1 posts)
12 years ago (2012-04-07)
😭 Ok so I posted a couple days ago, came home tonight picked up local news paper... My friend committed suicide. It is the paper tonight. I'm a not ok... Why is this happening. I do not like it! How do I stop this. Now I will go to the funeral have the conversation w/family I have already had in my dream...Really? I'm scared.
NettaJetta (1 stories) (17 posts)
12 years ago (2012-04-05)
You see things for a reason, everything happens for a reason. I genuinely believe that if you were not suppose to somehow intervene you would not have had that premonition.

If I were suicidal, In my "right" mind I would want someone to try in stop me. In my irrational mind... No.

I think you should try and intervene though. And as far as the ghost jumping up and down saying tell them this, it is pretty funny.

But like I said you were giving the gift for a reason, it is up to you, how you choose to use it
AnneV (4 stories) (1064 posts) mod
12 years ago (2012-04-05)
I dreamt last year my sister committed suicide. I immediately called her and asked her if it she was okay and I told her about my dream (I didn't care what she thought, this was too important for egotistical pride). She told me she had felt suicidal but wasn't going to act on it. I picked up on her emotions and dreamt about it, but thankfully, that's all they were.

If you don't reach out to this person, and they do kill themselves, you'll live with that decision the rest of your life. You will always second guess, "What would have happened if I had called?" or "Why did I let my pride get in the way?" You will become riddled with guilt that you might have had some opportunity to help a person in need that you willfully missed.

Futures are only probable futures. They can change. I would recommend calling this person and telling them that they are on your mind and that sure, you are relative strangers but if they need to talk to someone you are there. If we are sympathetic, listening and kind, almost no one would refuse this extension of yourself. You don't have to tell them about your dream. You can tell them you just got this instinctual gut feeling that they needed an ear to talk to. If they laugh it off, so be it, you've done your part.

My two cents.

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