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Dream visit from a deceased loved one.
« on: November 15, 2016, 11:16:12 AM »
I had a dream about my dad last night and in my dream he was telling me he is okay and that I'm going to be okay too. he also told me to be more patient with myself and others around me. He touched me on my right cheek and when I woke up this morning I noticed bumps all in a straight line on my right cheek where his laid his hand in my dream.

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Re: Dream visit from a deceased loved one.
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2016, 09:19:41 AM »
Here is a woman's experience of what happens with the dead. So your father was looking after you and left signs that he was present.

Unlike any dream environments she's known, her mind feels clear, alert, and free. Is she awake, asleep, or somewhere in between, in this place that's more vivid than previous reality? Her surrounding is cylindrical, vibrant, and vast; white light emanates with a strength that almost hurts. The only route is up the helter skelter stairs of this lightening bright, snow blindness light-house. Tentatively, so unsure she starts to ascend; round and round she coils windowless walls forlorn, until she reaches the top and it's sacred platform.   

Relief from the piercing light is achieved where windows open on to darkest space. Her anxiety easing, she approaches the central display: an exceptional, universal camera obscura. Far from static it reveals the whole world and with just one thought from the viewer's mind, a place and a loved one instantly appear presented real time for one to observe. Standing mystified, a presence then joins her and informs her with seemingly no external voice at all: "This is the place where people come after death's fall."   

With instant recognition of her self-mortification, she spontaneously utters: "Oh, so I'm dead!" The presence inwardly sighs: "No, you've misunderstood my intention: I've brought you here to show that each of the dead choose someone to guide and watch over on earth. And that you have a someone still loving you. Your self-destruction is unnecessary; you just need to give life a reasonable chance. Please think on this experience and what I have said; your duty is still to life, it's not yet to death."   

See http://dreamhawk.com/inner-life/journeying-beyond-dreams-and-death/ - also view http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/going-beyond/

 
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Re: Dream visit from a deceased loved one.
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2016, 02:50:35 AM »
Hi,
First of all sorry for your loss, It sounds a hundred percent like your father was assuring you! Having lost someone recently and experiencing something similar, though with no after affects, I would say smile and be happy knowing he's okay and there for you.