As many of you know, I lost my aunt and mentor to cancer at the beginning of the year. With my gifts I can often still communicate with her on the other side, but its not always the same. If I feel I need her, I can just sit for a minute and talk to her and she does talk back to me. She’s still able to give me advice from the other side.
A couple of days ago I was really missing her and wishing I could just pick up the phone and talk to her. I asked her to come and see me in a dream, as these visits are sometimes more ‘real’ and communication comes easier that way. Besides, I just missed her and wanted to see her again.
So I woke up yesterday morning, and nothing. I was quite disappointed that she hadn’t come to see me while I slept.
The next night, last night, while “dreaming”, I called her up and we were talking on the phone. She was right there but we were still using the phone. After talking to her for a few minutes I said that I didn’t realize it was that easy to talk to her when she was dead. I said I was surprised she answered the phone when I called. She said we do it all the time and have been doing it since she passed over.
Because I am so close to her and do miss her, sometimes when I would feel her around I would doubt if it was her, wondering if it was just wishful thinking and vivid imagination on my part. (I should know better, but when we are that personally involved in a situation, its sometimes harder to trust).
It was really nice to see her last night. And it was nice that she acknowledged the fact that I needed the dream to feel better. I needed more than just telepathy from a Spirit while sitting drinking my coffee in the morning.
If you find you have dreams about a loved one, please allow yourself to conceive that they really are visiting you. When we are sleeping, there are parts of us that are “turned off”, and we can listen and visit better.
When we dream, our logical minds are turned off. We can leave our body and limitations behind and it is easier for our loved ones to communicate with us; and for us to feel as if, “Oh, it felt so real”. That’s because it was real.