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Ghost dream

 
Darma233
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11/05/2012 02:56 PM
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Ghost dream
OK, I have never posted anywhere on this subject. 2 nights ago, as I went to get into bed, I felt a very cold spot next to me. I didn't give it too much thought. I fell asleep, and within about 20 minutes, I woke up as I was jumping out of bed screaming at the top of my lungs. I woke my husband up. I felt and heard something whisper in my ear. I knew it was female, and I could feel her hair on my neck. She cupped her hands around my right ear and whispered 'Mama Mama' in a creepy tone. I had the feeling this thing wanted me to think it was my daughter (who is alive and well), but somehow I knew it wasn't her. This 'dream' was so real that I can't shake it. It did not feel like a dream. I am still shook to my core. I have never had this happen to me. Any thoughts? And 'Anonymous Coward' I don't want to hear from you...
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11/05/2012 03:24 PM
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Re: Ghost dream
I know you dont want to hear from an AC but I think your a sensitive....something is reaching out to you look into the history of your home or land.

I had a similar experience I moved into a brand new home, I would often nap while pregnant in my spare bed room. I had been feeling cold spots etc and ignored them. I would also hear my alive grandmother saying my name. Then I had a nightmare of a man standing next to my bed he was badly burned in pain etc. I woke up freaked out so I went to the library and did some digging. I find out in 1987 a power worker died while working on lines at the end of my driveway. I was in shock he was still here it still gives me chills. Im catholic we had a priest come in and do a home cleansing I would like to think he moved on.
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11/05/2012 03:28 PM
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I have lived in my home for 18 years and have always felt there was something here and I needed to do research. I will research now Thank you so much
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11/05/2012 03:41 PM
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Your inner child is crying out from neglect. Despite the troubles in your life, try to find a little fun; even if it's only collecting autumn leaves and making a collage.hf
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11/08/2012 02:41 PM
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I am sorry AC if I offended you. I saw some posts from you that seemed off. I appreciate what you have to say and it makes a lot of sense.cool2
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11/08/2012 11:21 PM
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OK, I have never posted anywhere on this subject. 2 nights ago, as I went to get into bed, I felt a very cold spot next to me. I didn't give it too much thought. I fell asleep, and within about 20 minutes, I woke up as I was jumping out of bed screaming at the top of my lungs. I woke my husband up. I felt and heard something whisper in my ear. I knew it was female, and I could feel her hair on my neck. She cupped her hands around my right ear and whispered 'Mama Mama' in a creepy tone. I had the feeling this thing wanted me to think it was my daughter (who is alive and well), but somehow I knew it wasn't her. This 'dream' was so real that I can't shake it. It did not feel like a dream. I am still shook to my core. I have never had this happen to me. Any thoughts? And 'Anonymous Coward' I don't want to hear from you...
 Quoting: Darma233

I'm sorry to read about this, OP.
Maybe you were feeling nervous, and thought it sounded creepy. You think you're pregnant?
Maybe this little girl wants you to mother her, or be her mother, but doesn't have the common sense, to inform you in a nicer way.
Have you ever had an abortion? Maybe she wants you to acknowledge her and tell her you love her, but it wasn't the right time for you and will meet again and all will be fine.
Sending you love, light and healing
kitty

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