blackwidow wrote: CarrieB---------------life after death ?This is life before death,, but have to express it,, sorry.... How would one explain my dream along with my mothers dream which we both told to my grandmother, and her mother at different times ? The intricate details were precise on both accounts. it was obviously an earlier time than now focusing on the details,, don't know. Mom and grandmother passed away so I shall never know I guess. BTW,, love all your posts........
Hi BW -
I lost my father twenty years ago, very unexpectedly, during heart surgery. He was only 59. Was a huge shock on us all, and we had a lot of difficulty accepting the loss of him.
Two months after he died, he came to me in a dream, told me he wanted me to tell my mother something. Now what he told me made no sense to me whatsoever, so several times during the dream I asked him what the message meant, that I could't understand it. He at last told me that I would not understand it but that my mother would, and that I was to give her the message even though I had no idea what it meant.
The following morning I went to my mother's home, and as we sat with our coffee I told her that Dad had come to me in a dream, and then I told her word for word the message he had for her. When I'd finished, she sat her coffee down, and began to cry. She cried hard for several moments, then became able to compose herself. When she could speak, she looked at me and told me that the message he'd asked me to pass on to her was about an incident I could never have known about, was something that had happened when I was just eight months old, and was something the two of them had held in confidence together all their lives. She explained what the message meant, and it was such a message of comfort and peace that I, too, began to cry. For some reason, I'd been chosen to pass that message on to my still deeply grieving mother, and realizing that it had brought her comfort, hope, and peace brought a lot of comfort to me, too.
As per my own faith and views, I believe that once we've passed we're beyond being able to experience grief, worry, or sadness, so I don't believe it was my dad's spirit speaking to me in my dream. What I do believe is that the God I believe in manifested into my dream my father and his words, his message, in order to comfort my mother. And myself. Per my own faith, He is merciful in that regard, many times more than I realize.
Peace to all...