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I Can Feel His Illness

 

I have posted once before as a guest (precogmama) about my ability to precognitively dream - for the last few months a have 2-3 dreams a week come true. I have always been an empath as far as knowing if someone is good or bad the moment we meet, feeling their emotions etc. But what I have been experiencing this last week is totally new to me.

I have this new boss, I barely know him but I have been really picking up on stuff with him. A few weeks ago I just looked at him and intuitively asked him if his wife was pregnant. She was and they had found out the night before - They have been trying to conceive for 10 YEARS and this is the first time she has ever gotten pregnant. Random.

Fast forward to last week. We were working together on a busy Saturday night and every time I got near him my hands would start to sweat and I'd feel shaky. It was very odd and I started feeling concerned for him. I asked him if he was ok and he said "Yes, I'm just not feeling great". Ok, so I mind my own business but I feel feeling more nervous every time he comes near me so I asked another manager if he could check on him. This other manager confides that he collapsed a few days ago (I had no idea) and that he'd check. I told them he needed to make him sit down please. He sat down and then went home early.

I went home that night feeling very worried and my heart was racing at bedtime and I felt really unsettled and disturbed, I asked my husband to help me calm down and explained that something wasn't right with my boss. Eventually I fell asleep. The next night I found out that he was rushed to the hospital and admitted that night. He was released 2 days later and I kept feeling really concerned - then he was brought back to the hospital and admitted with pneumonia. Then released again.

Last night I was at work and feeling really worried again. The phone rang and it was my bosses wife asking to speak to our other manager. Instantly I started shaking and pain was rushing up my sides and I started to cry. He was back in the hospital and not doing well. No one will give me any details but I really feel like this isn't going to end well. He is only 38 but is probably 400 lbs so obviously he's not in great health. Since he arrived a few months ago I couldn't shake the feeling that he wasn't going to live much longer.

I don't know why this is happening to me though, it is so different than anything I've ever experienced empathetically speaking. I can't stop making myself feel this discomfort. Any suggestions about what is going on? Why am I connecting with this man I hardly know?

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dejavu4 (20 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-09-28)
After thinking for a moment and putting a couple things into perspective I still got one more thing to say... To be honest I wouldn't be very suprised if I connected just a little bit, I mean I can't even listen to music without feeling like I know I've heard it before or even contributed a little bit to the creativity... Anyways I don't want to fill up your page with comments and sorry they're so loooong... It's just kind of interesting that I remember that, later.
dejavu4 (20 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-09-28)
Sry I had to log back in and say something more. I mean it's really wierd I had that dream. I remember feeling like there was a lot of misunderstandings going on in the dream. Seems like I was connecting... I hope this doesn't freak you out because it would freak me out. I mean even the fact that I'm getting this story freaks me out. Hmm that would have been about the time I was going through terrible and painfull efffing times in my life too. Anxiety, fear, guilt, and pretty much every negative emotion you can consieve was consuming my life and that negative stuff lasted for a little over a year so yeah it was late 2006 or early 2007 I had the dream. I'm happy these days though and feeling a lot better:). I feel bad about your boss... I wish better stuff could have happened for you. If I really (I say "really" just because I still am a little skeptical of myself, I was kind of raised that way) had connected it would have been nice if I could have helped but that was an extremely tough year for me... I hope things never get that bad again.
dejavu4 (20 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-09-28)
This might sound wierd but I dreamt about this exact story you just told me and my guess is that I dreamt it back in about 2006 or 2007. I wasn't asleep when I dreamt it either. Do you think maybe someone else was there that kind of had an idea of what was going on (cuz that could've been me you know, I remember trying to say a few things while having the dream, or at least I think it was me)? Because that would be kind of strange. It's crazy neat some of you are acctually able to predict events. I have them come to me in dreams that I have while I'm awake but I pretty much never remember them until after they happen. That simple fact used to have me doubting my abilites and had me thinking maybe my brain was just wired to think a lot of stuff that I see has acctually allready happened. You know, maybe my brain was just storing memories out of chronilogical order but now I get clues before these things happen however my predictions are usually qiute a bit off. Either way though, it's pretty much undeniable that I've seen a lot of this stuff before, I mean it happens way too often.
Anyways it's wierd because this dream came to me (while I was awake) and it was the EXACT same. Everything you said about your boss is the EXACT same. I wouldn't be suprised if your a bit skeptical though, I mean I would be if someone just came on and told me this lol. It sounds crazy to me but it's true...
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-03-10)
midnitdreamer, it is because of almost a sensory overload. The reason why we feel it more so then the person themselves is because sometimes they are unaware, plus we see what we don't want in other people and can bring up bad emotions of our own past. Making it so negative that we seem to be drowning in a hole, that you keep on digging yourself into and sometimes it's hard to tunnel you're way back out. The problem is that she doesn't attach, whether she knows it or not some part of her likes feeling other people, having a bond with them in general. She needs to learn to disattach from people, to be more confident in herself, and not afraid to feel happy for herself rather than making all of those around her happy all the time.
midnitedreamer (guest)
 
14 years ago (2008-03-10)
I am on here in search of help for my mom. She is the exact same way as you. There are some people she meets that she can feel their pain, their hurt, physical or emotional. With her the connections aren't made to someone by her. The other person seems to be the one that has strong emotional anchors that bonds them to to her. And simply not wanting to feel this persons feelings does not break these bonds. Also at times with these people, when she feels any kind of emotions or pain its usually much worse for her then the actual person experiencing the pain first hand. There seems to be so many stories with very little solutions to a very burdensom way of life.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-27)
Dangermom - I don't know why you connected so strongly with this person. Perhaps he reminds you, inside or outside, of someone. Perhaps you were friends in a former life if such things exist. Not for me to know. Perhaps you are sensitive to babies growing. Perhaps, after being here, your awareness is growing. That would be my guess. You are just accepting yourself and your power. At some point, we almost have to. I use to play a game with myself. I'd sense something then say, "Well if this and this happens, then I'll know it wasn't coincidence..." It would happen. I'd ignore it and do it again and again. People had been telling me for many years I was different, but one day accepted it. I've learned to build an invisible wall, when there is too much pain, to shield myself. I don't think we are here to stop stuff. I've seen bad stuff and didn't see enough to stop it. I think we see it to prepare ourselves, and maybe others. History has to happen. Sometimes we can warn people, but not often. Perhaps it just happens so that we know that there is a plan of sorts. Not my place to question.
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-24)
I have gone through that too DM. I've felt as if I was the one dying inside. I don't know which is worse, feeling someone's sickness, or feeling a broken heart. Both of those are a real kick in the pants as emotions go because a broken heart does cause physical pain. Plus, there is nothing you can take over the counter to relieve the symptoms. I don't know what to tell you hun, because I am still trying to figure out how to deal with these feelings myself. And many, many people are just not open to being told about the dangers that we perceive. I recently had a co-worker just get totally pissed off at me because I told him that he needed to see his doctor. Another guy at work, I saw cancer eating him from the inside out, and he refused to do anything about it when I told him. The kicker was that I didn't feel his pain, I felt the pain his family would feel after he passed on. He's still alive, but that didn't lessen it. I felt as if my chest were being crushed by grief whenever I saw him. I really wish I could offer some sage advice, but I need guidance myself, lol.
dangermom (3 stories) (33 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-24)
update on this story: right after I wrote this I started feeling really awful. Stabbing pains in my upper back, sweating, shaking. I knew it was related to him so I called a coworker who was on her way to sit with his wife whilst my boss went through lung surgery. Apparentley his lungs had filled with pus and fluid and was having the exact pain and profuse sweating as I was experiencing (much more severe for him of course). Once they sedated him I felt much better. 😕

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