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The Hospital Room

 

Last night my cousin was kept in the hospital over night for surgery. Me, my aunt, and my grandmother went to visit her. We walked into the hospital and took the elevator to the sixth floor. One of the nurses led us to her room. I was overjoyed to see she was getting better. I walked in first to give her a hug. But when it took my first step into the room, I was overwhelmed with a dizzy feeling. I could barley walk straight without leaning against a wall. The grandma from the other side of the family tried to offer me Tylenol, but I refused to take any. My aunt and I walked down stares to get everyone coffee and I felt much better. Sometimes I know that the spirits know what I can do and they try surfacing themselves at in opportune times. What do you think? It can be hard at times. I have a few school friends like me who are psychic. Sometimes I can't even sleep. I worry that one day in the future my son or daughter might go through the same things, and I'm not sure if I'll know how to help them. I'm one of the only boys in my family and my dad was never there for the beginning stages of this. Others in on my mothers side are like me also. I'm never really alone even if I think I am. There are some spirits that walk beside me wherever I go. And I've never had many problems with them. But there are others that I'm not sure of. Some that knock at my door when I'm home. Some that even call my name. And schools a whole different story. Many are confused and angry. But I can't just have conversations with the wall.

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martha (5 stories) (89 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-23)
yes, I have felt the same dizziness or off balanced as if I need to pass out, especially when I enter a ''hospital'' just visiting someone. I don't like entering hospitals because of the uneasy feeling of heavily sudated even... It starts from head too
martha (5 stories) (89 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-23)
hi, I have posted the same experience 2 months ago but didn't get any feed back until now I happen to visit this website just now and read your posting, you can read my experience with the dizziness in hospitals on my profile, just click on my name its a recent posting and its very much of what you have gone through, great to know that this happens to others like me. Thank you for sharing!
Jupiter108 (1 stories) (10 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-22)
Thanks this information is really helpful. Maybe I can speak to the spirit of that room. I'm visiting my cousin again tonight. This time I'll be expecting it so maybe it will be easyer than before. It's a good feeling to be excepted.
Cattydee (12 stories) (161 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-22)
My friend, she gets the dizzy feeling a lot. Me on the other hand I get it very little. We both have empathy to an extent though. What I've come to assume is that either there's too much emotion for you to deal with so your mind puts up a shield or that your chakra isn't open and so it doesn't allow you to feel the impact of emotions being thrown at you. That can't sometimes actually be a good thing though. Hope this helped.
Psychicgirl18 (3 stories) (69 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-11-22)
Hello, I know what your feeling, don't worry.

I don't like hospitals for that verry reason, it sounds like that room either had residual energy from previous patients, or a spirit was trying to contact you.

I think you are an Empath like me witch meas you can feel other peoples emotions as your own, and I thinnk that learning to separate the emotions from spirits and other people will help.

If you need anymore help, leave a comment or send me an email, it's on my profile, I'd love to help you.

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