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Dreaming of deceased loved ones.

Discussion in 'Dreams and Lucid Dreaming' started by poeticblue, Jul 8, 2019.

  1. poeticblue

    poeticblue member

    I highly doubt that your friend Phil has been reincarnated so soon. :) It takes careful planning in the afterlife to reincarnate and usually most wait until their circle of soul-group mates along with other entities who were charted, to have returned as well.

    Your friend Phil will never move on from you. Spirits don’t move on in the afterlife the way we humans do. Us as humans if we lose a job we move on. If we lose a house we eventually move on. That’s not the case there when it comes to us.

    The deceased are always with us in spirit. If you’ve been receiving less signs and forms of communication Jobun, do keep in mind that those who have crossed over have occupations and are still learning spiritual growth like we are here. Life still goes on in the afterlife but its in another plane of existence.

    I’m sure Phil is doing very peachy enjoying his existence back ‘Home’. I am also sure he is wanting you along with others he’s shared his life with to be content. Yet know that he has never moved on from you.

    ‘Grieve no more for the dead, for the dead is more alive than ever.’ :)
     
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  2. jobun

    jobun New Member



    that is what I meant when I said he moved on. He's moved on to other learning :) I know I will see him again some day
     
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  3. Monika

    Monika Established Member

    Beside a visitation and few very delightfull dreams and few "dream" like occasions (don't know how to call this because it was not dreams) connected with Michel whenever i dream about him he everytime is found dead in a lake. Those dreams are torture. I had so many of them that untill this day i make sure that im dead tired before i go to bed and then i have no dreams. This is annoying and i must find another way to cope with this because making myself super tired all the time doesnt help me to communicate with Michel. I know we could improve a lot but my constant tiredness holds us back. He also tells me very often that i need to rest more. Some day we will figure out how to cure my sleep again i believe.
     
  4. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Despite knowing Michel is alive and well 'over there' the trauma of his death is imprinted on your psyche and returning in your regular dream state.

    I'm just a layman but I wonder if professional grief counselling and/or perhaps hypnosis might help deal with this physical-body problem? Especially so because it's very much impacting your sleep quality which as we well know has a major impact on your overall wellness.

    Have you had any professional help and support since Michel's passing? If not, would you consider it?
     
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  5. Monika

    Monika Established Member

    Yes the trauma took its big big toll and left a huge imprint on my psyche as you say. I acknowledge that. Even though i recognised that imediatelly but i was not able to fight it completely. Sleep and dreams are not the only what got affected by it. I love water and swiming a lot. I love to be on a boat in the lake. From first day i was repeating for myself that this what happened will not affect my love for deep dark lakes and i will not let fear to take away this. And while to this day i still feel relatively good being in the boat (i say relatively because of course almost all time i get very sad especially when i start to think about how Michel died, why, what happened there, how did he felt and so on). But such thoughts i can battle by remembering many happy moments we had while fishing from boat and how much Michel loved that. Heavy thoughts can be changed to good ones by recongnizing them on time i believe. But what i can't find a way to battle is that i can't go into water anymore. And i would love to! And i try but imediatelly i get such a pressure in the chest. It feels like cramp in the lungs i just cant breath in or out at all. Thats how physical body reacts and even if i recognise this and i have no fear of water (or i think so and say this for myself at least) this happens so fast that i even have no time to think about anything actually. Surprisingly i have no issues to lay in bath but going to swim in the lake or even swiming pool or a tiny bubble pool in spa seems to be impossible and untill this day i have not found a way to deal with this.

    I had some meetings with psychologists who came here under demand of my situation because we have no stationary ones here. I was several times at 2 different ones because they were coming here just for very short period to evaluate my situation. Back then i even didnt feel the need to go there but my boss and my colleagues put so much efforts to get them here that i didnt feel good to say no.

    If there would be a possibility to get help to overcome sleep isues and this what happens when im in water i would probably decide to take this chance because for me it is very hard to work with those issues as i cant recognize them on the time.

    I could probably get help in hospital 300 km away but at the moment i still dont feel so much disturbance by those problems i mentioned that i would start to drive this way for every meeting just to speak with psychologist.

    And i never was at grief counselling or hypnosis as here are no such facilities. But actually about hypnosis you gave me a good thought and i should try to look for a specialist in Sweden.
     
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  6. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I'm pleased that I could suggest something that may be worth considering, Monika. I am just a layman but from what I've heard hypnotherapy can help many emotional issues. :)
     
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  7. Bill Z

    Bill Z Established Member

    Hope this helps. Your pain so saddens me but it reminds me of the deep love we have for them.
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  8. Bill Z

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    She was listed as a hypnotherapist.
     
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  9. Kurt

    Kurt Major Contributor

    Your a wonderful friend to have Bill. Your like a monk. Very caring.
     
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  10. Bill Z

    Bill Z Established Member

    Or a monkey ;) Thanks Kurt. Monika I apologize I might be wrong, I googled hypnotherapist near Kiruna and she came up but she does not appear to be a hypnotherapist.
     
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