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One of the easiest ways for your deceased loved ones to contact you is in your dreams. You simply need to ask them to come, and they will be there for you. Make sure to also request that they wake you up afterward, because if you don’t wake up after the dream, you may not be able to remember all of the details. The important thing to do, then, is just be patient and wait.

For whatever reason, your friends and family members on the other side might not always be able to enter your dreams immediately after your request. However, they will come when the time is right for the both of you. It’s also vital to know the difference between a dream that’s coming from your own subconscious and one that’s a true visitation. If it’s originating from your brain, then there’s a possibility of it being frightening or creating bad feelings. Your mind may wander during the night to thoughts of how someone suffered or died—or possibly to other types of regrets you had regarding this person. This type of nighttime wandering is not from your loved one; it’s from your own mind trying to resolve everything that occurred while he or she was still alive. A true visitation, on the other hand, will be very peaceful, and you will know that the individual was truly there with you. You’ll also remember this type of dream in detail for many, many years to come.

Right after my mother passed away, I longed to hear her voice, so I mentally asked her to give me a chance to do so. A few days after my request, I happened to be staying home from work because I wasn’t feeling well. After doing a few things that needed to be done around the house, I went to take a nap. While I was asleep, I dreamed that I was in a crowded place, and then heard my mother’s voice come over the loud speaker, saying, “I have an important announcement! I have an important announcement!” Then there was a pause, and she continued, “I am here, and I’m okay, and I love you!”

When she was talking, I knew without a doubt that it was really her, and called out, “Mom! Oh, my God! Mom, it’s you! I love you so much! Who are you with?”

She responded in a very low voice with a name that I couldn’t hear, so I asked her to turn up the volume and tell me again. She then softly answered, “Nannie.” “Nannie” is what I called my grandmother, her mother. After she spoke these words, the phone rang and woke me up, so luckily, I was able to remember the entire communication.

Mom would always make it known when she had something important to say while she was still here on Earth. That’s why I have no doubt that her “important announcement” was coming directly from her. After receiving the wonderful gift of her coming to me in that dream, I woke up and felt as if I’d just won the lottery!

from Your Life After Their Death: A Medium’s Guide to Healing After a Loss

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