Dreams of Our Deceased

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“My brother died five years ago and his wife nine years ago and they were so vivid that I remember the dream like it was real. Just wondering what it means when you have a dream of people who have died.” -Anonymous

Have any of you experienced this and what do you think it means?

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15 thoughts on “Dreams of Our Deceased”

  1. A very good dear friend died suddenly while i was visiting him. I didnt get to say goodbye. But he comes to me regularly in my dreams and it always makes me smile.

  2. When my father died many years ago, we were at the hospital and I screamed “no, I have to tell him something”. I wanted to tell him I loved him. A few weeks ago. I had a dream and I was hugging him and telling him I loved him.
    I also dream about my youngest daughter, a victim of breast cancer and she always makes me laugh.

  3. One night, dreamt my deceased parents were at a train station, looking happy and waving at me as I rode by on a train. Woke up with a content feeling that they were fine and it was ok I was moving on.❤️

  4. Yes, I believe they do arrive in our dreams. I have a long winded story of seeing my much estranged mom after her death. I won’t share… you would fall asleep reading it. However, I will share this. I rescued an abandoned kitten 3 years ago. Sadly, I couldn’t catch him but I did feed him a couple of times over his life and he was always allowed to hunt at my feeder. The other cats were always run off but I knew he was hungry. I stopped seeing him this spring and wondered about him. In my dream I went through a door, looked behind the door and there he was. Sitting like he sat when sitting “nearish” to me. He glowed and looked healthy. I knew immediately he was dead. However, I woke feeling at peace about him and not worried about him at all. Yes, I believe we are visited.

  5. Dream sometimes of my husband who is dead. It is really weird because he’s like 007 and tells me he is under deep cover and I won’t see him for a while. But I wake feeling happy.

  6. My sister died 3 years ago after being confined to a nursing home for 19 years. She had a traumatic brain injury at 49. When I have dreams of her it is always how she was before her brain injury and it makes me so happy. She may be doing simple little things in my dream but I am always so happy to see her healthy.

  7. When I woke up the other day, I had the biggest smile and feeling of happiness after dreaming of my brother who died suddenly 11 years ago. The dream was that he had come back to life and was with my sister-in-law and they were so happy.

    When he died, she grieved deeply for a very long time, as did my niece. They are both doing better now but we all still miss him very much. My sister, who is the oldest sibling, says he finds her front row parking all the time! I talk to my brother every night as I go to sleep. I believe our family and friends stay with us as long as we need them.

    1. That is because they are loved. The absence is sometimes even stronger than their physical presence ever was. They do not leave but we have to let them be in essence in their own way – not pull them back from being free having to tend to our pain.

  8. About a week before she died, My adult daughter with cerebral palsy asked me if she could call me every night from heaven. I told I would always listen.
    Becky visits me often, always with a message of love.

  9. Hubby woke up sobbing the other night dreaming of our son who died 23 years ago. I have dreamed of him also. I’m thankful for the visits but it is hard to recoup.

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