Re: [dreams] re: deaths
- Chi, please accept my condolences for the loss of your grandmother. The
dream could very well have been a warning of her passing. You will hurt for
a while, as we all do when our loved ones have to leave us, but you will heal.
I am deeply sorry for your Grandmother's passing. Your
sadness is to be expected. You have suffered a loss and are
feeling the effects of the empty space that once held your
grandmother. I hold dear to my heart what I have learned
throughout the years.
No one ever really dies. The most important part of your
grandmother lives on. In her immortal spirit form/ her
immortal soul she will always be alive and well, happy and
free. The love she gave you will be with you for ever.
Sometimes I think that these lives we live are naught but
dreams. For when we sleep that long last sleep at death we
truly wake up our spirits/souls and live that life until
once again we slumber there and dream again that we have
taken physical bodies upon this planet we call Earth.
Tis little I have said that can ease your sadness or fill
the emptiness. The void in your life will fill as time
passes. Your memories of her will remain safe within you and
may provide you with much comfort. Remember her as she was
before she became so frail. Remember her as the vibrant
person she was and not the fragile shell she became long
after the downward spiral of life and the upward spiral
toward spirit began.
May you be well and strong, for as you said your father is
close to his passing too. This you cannot stop, but it may
give you comfort. When you dream of his death you will know
it will be soon and maybe you can see him one last time or
be there with him and for your mother when the eternal sleep
comes to his body and it is time for his spirit/soul to wake
From: Lori C. Phillips <lcp1@...>
To: dreamers <email@example.com>
Date: Saturday, February 10, 2001 12:36 AM
Subject: [dreams] re: deaths
>As you know, my father and grandmother are dying.before last, I
>My father lapsed into a coma for several days. The night
>dreamt that he opened his eyes. The next day, he opened hiseyes. Last
>night, I dreamt that he spoke. Today, he spoke. In fact, he's able to talk
>better than expected. (There is still little hope for himbecause both his
>liver and his kidneys are gone, the doctor said.)carriage sitting by
>Last night, I dreamt that I saw a black horse and black
>the sidewalk. My grandmother, impatient for the driver tocome, got in the
>driver's seat and drove off.die today because
>When I woke up, I worried that this meant she was going to
>Briana once told me that the horse and carriage symbolmeant death.
>she died, I
>Well, she passed away this afternoon at 3:30 PM.
>Why am I fiddling with e-mail? I don't know. I thought when
>would be happy for her freedom because she was suffering somuch, but now
>that she is gone, I'm not happy. I feel sad. I'm going tomiss her very
>sigh. Tonight, I am afraid to dream.
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