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Psychic Dream of a Loved One Near Death

Updated on July 20, 2017
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Staying in Tune With Your Senses

I've had many psychic experiences from my past, but there is one that stands out in my mind more vivid than any other experience. Strange how we recall things ...

On the eve of the 1990 Kuwait invasion, I had been living in a small German town called Enkenbach-Alsenborn. My husband had already deployed to Kuwait, and so I was alone as usual, the plight of a young military wife.

Just to brief you before I continue - Even now when I'm alone, and there is no one to absorb my energy, I am very in tune with my senses. I guess one must be at peace with one's self in order to focus on the intelligence that lingers around us. We all have the ability, yet some are more susceptible than others are. Strangely, my ability comes to me in the form of dreams.

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Surreal Dream

In my dream, I found myself wandering a hospital. Everything seemed so bright and sparkling even the clinical smell was overwhelming. It was as if all my God given senses were a hundred times stronger. I remember passing an empty nursing unit. Nearby, there was an open door. There was a bright light that beckoned to me, and curiously, I found myself moving to the door. There was a strange mix of emotions as I neared. One of excitement, anticipation, and then the most agonizing fear. Somehow, I knew that I would find something that I didn't want to see through that door. When I reached the door, I peered into an empty room save for a lone gurney that stood in the center of an operating room. Blue sheets covered the form of a body. Instantly, I knew. Even though I knew, I had to see for myself. I stood before the gurney and slowly lifted the sheets. As I had expected. I found him lying there. My brother, cold and blue, no life at all. I stared down at him accepting the inevitable. Without warning, his hand reached out and grabbed at my wrist. Instantly, he came to life. Gone was the cloak of death. Tan and warm, he lifted his face to mine. "Help me.” The raspy words told me he was in severe pain. As soon as he'd touched my hand, he then let go. Once again, cold as ice...

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Enlightenment

I woke up from my dream. My heart was racing because the telephone was ringing. I grabbed the phone, and it was my mother on the line. She told me that my brother had a severe appendix attack and that he almost died if not for the emergency surgery. I'm happy to report that my brother is alive and well, and to this day still very much single.

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    ziyena 4 years ago from ... Somewhere Out There ...

    Thanks Minne ... yes, sometimes a curse. As far as premonitions, especially those while not asleep, it's that sinking-pit of the stomach moment, which slowly travels to the heart and then suddenly a deep-seeded burden lingers there ... that is the moment I fear

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    Linda Rogers 4 years ago from Minnesota

    You had me totally captivated with this premonition dream. I have had these too. I am so glad to hear your brother is alive and well. I bet he was quite intrigued when you told him your dream. I too am very intuitive/psychic~whatever you want to call it. It can be a blessing and a curse.

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    B. A. Williams 4 years ago from USA

    Dreams of premonition are wonderful. Sometimes the outcome is negative, but you had a brilliant ending to yours. Will be back to read more of your work.

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    ziyena 5 years ago from ... Somewhere Out There ...

    Dolores,

    I never thought of that. All things are possible!

    Thanks for your insight :)

    Z

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    Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States

    I love stories like these. I hope that in your dream state, you actually helped your brother, you may have yanked him back! Thank heavens he was okay.

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    ziyena 5 years ago from ... Somewhere Out There ...

    LOL ... I've got about three civil war articles I'm working on right now, but it's taking awhile because of the extensive content!

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    Bill Holland 5 years ago from Olympia, WA

    I think I'll be reading more of your hubs. You have tackled a rather eclectic mix of subjects and I like the versatility you display. I'm wondering why the history buff hasn't done a Civil War hub, or one about you searching for Civil War artifacts? I like your style young lady; keep up the good work.

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