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Are Dreams a Window to the Afterlife? My Personal Experience with Seeing Passed Loved Ones

Hi friends, I want to share something cool with you. I was downstairs watching TV, and I started dozing off. I wasn’t fully asleep yet; I wasn’t fully awake.

All of a sudden, I saw my dad, who had passed last June, right next to me, and he said, “Donna, I am here with you all the time; you just aren’t able to see me most of those times.”

Since I’m a Clairvoyant, yes, I do see him from time to time, but these experiences I’ve been getting of seeing him are different. It’s also been happening more and more lately, which is reassuring.

Knowing and validating that our loved ones are very much with us is a gift. I’m excited this upgrade in Clairvoyance is becoming my norm because I sure do miss him.

On another note, the other day, I was missing my Aunt, my dad's sister, who passed three months after he did. I was crying a bit and saying to myself how I missed her. I asked for a sign that she, too, was with me.

I was looking through the magazine, and I turned the page as I thought of her. It was an advertisement for pearl rings. What’s the connection? Years ago, I had gotten rid of a pearl ring she gave me when I was a kid; it was the only thing I had of hers. I don’t know why I did that, but I regret it and think about it every time I think about her. Here again, the coincidence of seeing the ad for a pearl ring that connects me to her is another validation that our loved ones never leave us.

These moments are nice, but they sure don’t feel the same as a hug, hearing a voice, or the everyday interaction we once had. It’s different, for sure. I guess I have to get used to “different."

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Now this is a sign for me, I have my aunt’s pearl solitaire engagement ring…

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