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My child and his dream

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posted on May, 6 2015 @ 01:07 AM
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originally posted by: evc1shop
a reply to: Anyafaj
Thank you for sharing your story... In the kindest way possible, I would like to wish your child all the best that is left in this world.
My sister has a son with Becker's muscular dystrophy and a few other things and it just tears at my heart to watch him at age 6 just having his feeding tube (failure to thrive) removed and finally getting to feel normal (as normal as possible) around kids at the playground and pools all the while knowing that his muscles are just about to peak and they are already planning for his leg and back braces that he will need starting in a year or so.

Children are so precious and really need us parents to guide them whether it is full hands-on or gentle suggestions here and there, I know it all helps them grow and cope with things. I am still sorting out when and which things my son needs my input and my ear the most and how much of each.

Thanks again.



Anytime. I don't bring up the subject with my daughter unless she approaches me first. To my way of thinking, because she died 4 times at birth, I think there is a doorway open with her to the other side. For her, I think this is normal and not at all unusual. I'll admit I was a little ticked at the psychiatrist telling her this is all make believe and she's not allowed to bring it up ever again, then they proceeded to put her in 3 different psych wards, so it's no wonder she's scared crapless of saying anything about it. I get some people do not believe in this stuff, but to treat a child as if she is mentally ill over it is a bit much if you ask me. Part of the first psych stay was because she was very protective of her friends no one else could see. If you sat in their chair, she would beat the dickens out of you! But the 2nd and 3rd stay were because she wouldn't say they didn't exist. She finally said they weren't real just to get out of there. 14 years old and in an adult psych ward with men and women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. I got to hear her horror stories of the stories the adults would tell of their excursions they got into over there, or the limbs they lost. A 14 year old special needs kid with the mind of an 8 year old listening to war stories. Yeah, just where she needed to be.





posted on May, 6 2015 @ 05:07 AM
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Kids as young as this still have close contact with the next world where we all come from. Its our home and we go back there when we die.

Australian aboriginal kids do not have the 2 year old trantrams. This is because aboriginal people beleive that a child for the first year or so of its life can move in and out of the astral plane at will but they start to lose that ability at about 2 years. Aboriginal people deal with this by talking quietly to the child and reassuring the child that it will be looked after and it will be OK.

I myself have very vague memories of waking up crying because I could not get back into the next world. Aparrantly, we all astral travell when we're asleep.



posted on May, 9 2015 @ 02:48 PM
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a reply to: evc1shop

People have nightmares, even kids, could it of been something else?, maybe, but unless it becomes recurring i would not worry about one incident.



posted on May, 27 2015 @ 12:52 AM
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I am not saying your childs experience was inherently negative even as it sounds, because I do not know that it was. It could carry heavy symbolism.

But when I was growing up I had dreams of being with my mom in a normal world with everybody doing their thing only

No one could see or hear me.

and there was always one person in the dream who carried a malevolent vibration who would stare at me smiling. To this day I still deal with dreams of this nature and chock it up to "physic attack" or lower astral entities impressing fear based imagery on me. Many other people have had similar dreams of loved ones doing very strange things or acting very strangely. Its an attempt to scare the individual. I recommend praying and affirming that God is with you and your child at all times sending his/her angelic presences to Love and protect unconditionally.



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 02:58 AM
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Just saw this thread. More than likely, it's probably nothing. People do have imaginations, and even children can connect multiple ideas into creating new ones which can show up in dreams.

That said, don't forget about it. A couple years ago I finally ended up sharing with my mom that I've had multiple abduction experiences with greys, and I could describe bits and pieces of them. What she told me next has weighed heavily on me since. Apparently when I was little, say between the ages of 3 and 8-10 I had recurring nightmares "a couple times a year" where I insisted creatures that look like greys were in my room, holding me down, and doing things to me. I have no recollection of that what so ever, but I don't think my mom was simply messing with me either. Keep in mind that this all would have happened in the mid-late 80's, so earlier than the popular image we all know today.

I'm not trying to scare you or anything but, although remote it is a possibility. With just one encounter though I would be more likely to believe it's a dream than anything else.



posted on Jun, 21 2015 @ 04:44 AM
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You can belive me or not if you want depending on what you belive. But I belive it did happen, your son may have been a abductee if you truly don't belive me I suggest you take your son to a doctor to get a scan to see if they can find anything. It's not unusual this sort of thing is common




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