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Vision of the Past

 

To start off I'm very young, only a teenager. I can't stop thinking about what and why I had this vision. I was sitting in my dining room drawing a picture then all of a sudden I zoned out. I could see I was walking up concrete steps then opened a door. Inside I could describe the walls pale green and an old brown banister. So I looked around and saw a mantle with a picture of my grandma, a candle and a few nic nacs on it. Then I turned and saw her there smiling.

Once I finally came out of that trance I immediately got up and asked my mom what her house looked liked and described the mantle and everything. She said everything I said was correct but I never told her I saw it in my head. The thing that mostly confuses me is that my grandmother died when I was 2 so why would I think or maybe somehow remember her after so many years? Does anyone know why or how this happened?

Another time this happened was when I was going to a trip to Pennsylvania with my friends. A week before I went I was in my kitchen and it happened again I zoned out. This time I was on my trip and my cell phone rang. When I picked it up it was my dad he said my mom died. Then fell to the ground crying and I actually felt a little upset after my vision ended.

But then a few days later a person I knew had past away. I don't know it that vision and that death were connected? Does anyone know what happened or have experienced it?

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bobbi (guest)
 
14 years ago (2008-02-01)
I have had so many dreams. They started when I was just a little girl. The first one, I was at school and I had a very sad thought and the feeling that I needed to check on my great grandmother. I was about 8 years old. I went to the nurse and told her I was sick so I could go home. When my mom picked me up, I made her drive to tita's house. She wouldn't answer her door, when we got inside, she had died in her chair. Later she came to me, and told me not to cry. She knew I would understand. It has been my experience to be open to visions or dreams when they come to you, so that you can realize their full meaning.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-31)
Holli - Ty. I'm not a big dreamer. Never have been, but find it interesting. I've always been a voyager. Can go there, observe, ask questions, a few times get answers, but can't interfere. In awake life can feel people, say things that pop out and surprise me like someone else spoke, and break stuff. I understand a lot perhaps because of feeling. Dreams I remember are only the lucid ones that make an impression for some reason.
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-29)
Yeah, I did touch her. When I wrapped my arms around her legs, and also once she was laying on a gurney and I hugged her tight. That is when she told me to stop because I was hurting her. But she used to tell me that when she was sick. I would hug her, but her body was so frail, she couldn't handle it and told me to stop because it hurt. I do touch things in my dreams, all the time. Like the one I posted her about my ex. I had to stuff all his belongings back into his drawer. I remember I had to fight with it, and push it in tight to get it all to fit.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-28)
Holli - one more thing and it might be different for you. Didn't dream my dad until a few years had passed after he died. Then dreamed him, the type of dream where you know you are asleep, know you are in dream land, and know it's a different dreamland than normal. I was so happy to see him again! I immediately cried, woke up doing it. I just wanted to hug him or touch him sooo much again. But he told me that I couldn't touch him. I begged, and he looked really sad, but told me I just couldn't. I don't know why. Maybe it's just a rule. I'm not a big rule person. Never have been and tried finally, but when I did, he told me that he had to leave. Have you ever, in a lucid dream, touched something? I've felt and seen and even had scents, but reaching out touching? Trying to remember. I'm not sure. If you ever dream your mom, you may not be allowed to touch her. I don't know.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-28)
Holli - sounds like to me we both feel responsible for taking the opposite approaches. I didn't tell my mom to stop and not have medical treatment which to me caused her three months of being uncomfortable and scared. You protected your mom from such treatment and feel guilty. The outcome was the same in the end. Treatments, surg, nothing stops death, maybe for a little while like my mom's three month ordeal, but people are meant to move on. Hopefully it will be easy and peaceful. If and when you can let go of all the negative stuff, you will probably dream her. And it will be pleasant. I seldom dream either of my parents. We were too close, and when it does happen, it's emotional and draining. Feeling them in other ways is easier. Had my mom's original wedding ring, she got a larger one later, and planned to give it to my daughter when she was thirty or forty. Well, she was about to leave for a trip, driving, and I had the urge very strongly to give it to her then. Did, and told her that my mom was very protective and it had grandma karma on it. She wore it. About two hours into her trip, she had a car wreck and wasn't scratched. Perhaps coincidence, perhaps not. My advice is to write down everything you feel brings guilt, read it, and rip it up. Make it a party or a ceremony or whatever. When it's ripped up, it's over. Done.
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-27)
I know I am still feeling a lot of guilt. For months after she died, I would repeatedly dream of crawling around the floor, wrapping myself around her feet, begging for her forgiveness. She would never answer me. Once she told me stop hugging her so tight because it hurt. That was the only time she spoke. I have never had a dream where she came to me and told me everything was okay. She came to my sister, but never me. That just solidified the fact that I didn't do what I was supposed to do. It goes beyond the dream. I also had several chances to save her, but I was being stubborn and didn't want to relinquish control to her sisters. When I finally relented and admitted to myself it was the right thing to do, it was too late. She died a few days later before we could move her.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-27)
Holli - you have written this before. Maybe you could have stopped it. What do I know. I've kicked myself many times. Let it go. We can't be guilty for being human even if we get glimpses that aren't in the human realm. I gave my mom a thubs-up as they were wheeling her to surgery. I knew it was bad. Knew it wasn't my place to change things. But we really want to change them. We are not God. God is God.
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-27)
Not saying that because this happened to me, that it will happen to you, but I just wanted to put it down. I dreamt of my mom's passing and what I saw did end up happening about less than two years later. But that was before I knew that I had the gift of prophetic dreams. If I knew then what I knew now, I would have talked to my mom. Turns out she hid the fact that she'd been diagnosed with cancer and had taken her idiot doctor's advice to wait six months and then come back. The kicker is that she could have been saved had she done something about it. I should have told her about my dream. My mom would be here today.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-25)
confused - I think everyone catches glimpses and family ties are especially strong. Some people are just more open and aware of them. I think people tend to take it too seriously, at least I do at times. It really does seem a natural thing mostly as long as we don't make a big deal out of it. Once killing time, stopped at a yard sale. Person there put out a German WWII helmet for three dollars. I was the closest person to it and thought, wow, these are a hundred dollars or more at an antique shop. I picked it up and held it for a few minutes, took a few steps. It just felt so sad to me. I put it back down. There wasn't a vision, didn't want one, but a feeling. The person behind me snatched it up, but never regretted not buying it.
eallison (guest)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-25)
Sorry but unless this is you. YOu could not imagine how it is for us. I never asked for this but most things in life are gods decision not ours.
liz
Jessica (guest)
 
14 years ago (2008-01-25)
Hi! Well I never experinced it but you're fine. My friend gets a lot of visoins of death sometimes. And I think I yet again had a message saying someone would die. I don't get visoins when I'm awake but it's usually dreams. And also, I usually get messsages instead of it being straight like a visoin. Your grandmother visoin, I believe means that sometihng big will come. And your visoin of your mom dieing, that must be what you need to change while you can. Meanign she'll get very ill while you're away on your trip. Don't go and stay home to make sure she'll be fine.
With luck,
Jessica

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