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Visitation dreams

Discussion in 'General Afterlife Discussions' started by Skyblu, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. Skyblu

    Skyblu New Member


    Ive been experiencing visitation dreams from a loved one who past in 2013, he was very close go me and we have slot of unfinished business between us. He comes through not very often but in times of need. I had a visitation dream a few months ago. I was standing in a doorway, he was sitting on a lounge in a room there was people all around but we only spoke with each other. I remember telling how much the world became a darker place when he left and how much we adored him, he then asked me to leave with him. I had and have a loving fiance who was also close with him and I explained how I couldn't and said no.. This was alomst a year ago and I have always wondered what he meant by leave with him, did he want me to pass over?

    I haven't had any visitation dreams since then until last night as I have been asking for him to come through the past recent weeks, but he seemed to be wounded.
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  2. pandora97

    pandora97 Well-Known Member

    Hi Skyblu and welcome to ALF! I'm sorry but I'm new to this subject and can't offer any words of wisdom but there are others here that I'm sure will offer some explanation or insight.:)
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  3. DenverGuy

    DenverGuy Active Member

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  4. Harmonica

    Harmonica New Member

    Wow, that's really weird, but kind of cool!

    Maybe he did mean leave and go to the next world with him.

    I would be curious about this as well.

    Perhaps they miss us as well from the other side and are looking forward to reuniting. Perhaps this spirit was missing you and wanted to spend some time with you in another demension.

    Maybe he meant leave with him, as in take the experience further, go to a different surrounding than the one you found yourself in, among all those people.

    If you said yes, my guess is that your dream setting would have changed to a more heavenly spot with just the 2 if you, and lasted a little longer than it did.

    He may have just been asking for more time with you....
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  5. Skyblu

    Skyblu New Member

    Thank you so much for your view on my experience, that makes a lot of sense about leaving to a more heavenly surrounding as the scene that was set out was very busy and filled with people, the last visitation there was a lot of people around but we were in a room separate to everyone.. Thank you so much for your insight I think I'd be more open minded to saying yes if he ever asked again
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  6. ravensgate

    ravensgate Active Member

    First, welcome to ALF, Skyblu :)
    May I ask what it is about these dreams that you find different from "ordinary" dreams? That is, what makes you believe these are visitation dreams?
    I ask because I've had several visitation dreams. I consider them visitation dreams because they are so very different from my "ordinary" dreams. Then again, I believe that only a small percentage of our dreams are "ordinary", such as those that many people attribute to worries, or to a heavy meal, lol.
    Thank you, Skyblu.
  7. jimrich

    jimrich Active Member

    Since this is an EVIDENCE-BASED website, I can only offer an opinion here.
    IMO, he was telling or asking you to rise up into his higher or happier state of consciousness and out of your lower, unhappy state. He may have asked something your human mind could not grasp so it could have seemed mysterious at the time. I'd say it was an invitation to go "up" or rise up into peace, happiness and freedom where he is living now. "Leave with him" meant to leave the lower, dark place in the world (standing in a doorway) and go up or over to where he now is (sitting on a lounge) in a happy, free state or place. The freedom, peace and love of the Afterlife or Heaven is always available to us but we don't believe it or accept it and will often say "no" to an invitation to go there rather than stay down here in our misery. We don't need to die and then go to heaven. Heaven is ALWAYS right here and available even now.
    This is just my opinion and I have no EVIDENCE to offer.
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  8. kim

    kim Active Member

    I liked this response Jim, and I don't think evidence is needed. You either believe in a higher realm or you don't. The more evidence we seek here in this realm the more opposition we are bound to face. I just believe in loving others like Jesus loved us. Love is all we need; not evidence.
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  9. bluebird

    bluebird Regular Contributor

    Or, like me, you are unsure whether or not an afterlife/heaven exists.
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  10. kim

    kim Active Member

    Yes, I understand what you are saying. I've had Mountain Top experience, and IMO it really doesn't matter what piece of knowledge a person in this dimension of reality can base on evidence. Consciousness does not judge us on what we know but on who we are. Even if we have literally learned all there is to this physical reality Consciousness can show us something new. There is no need to try to know more but to BE more like Christ. I don't believe Jesus was the only begotten son of God, but he did display an awesome image while he lived on this earth. Evidence is only a temporary and illusory necessity while we live here, but love is enduring and eternal.

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