reply to post by lee anoma
I get that, as well as, pictures in my head of various people, places and things that I don't recognize. I try and remember as much as I can.
For example, one of the images that came to mind was Maddy, before she was kidnapped in Portugal. You know the picture where she was biting her bottom
lip. That is the image that came to me the day before, she was taken. I remembered it, as I thought she was such a cute little girl.
Little did I know that I was seeing the image of a child that was going to turn out to be kidnapped.
My mouth dropped when they showed that picture of her biting her lip, also I knew of her pink toy, as well, but it was like a bunny. I can't remember
what animal it turned out to be. I just remember seeing a pink, cloth animal doll that was her favourite.
I think that state between concious and unconcious allows us to connect more readily than in our awake, or asleep state. We are more in tune to
Like I said, I get both voices and pictures and sometimes they are not always related.
I think the best way to describe the state that I am in when it happens is like twilight sleep. The voices and images are lucid and intense.
It hasn't happened for a while, but it doesn't bother me, when it does happen. I am glad it doesn't happen all the time, as somebody would probably
say that it was drug-related, or something lame to try and rationalize it.
I would try and focus on the strongest image, or voices that you hear. That was how I was able to see Maddie. Her image was the strongest, so I was
able to pick it up more clearly and remember it so easily.
Don't try and work them all out, just try and remember the stronger voice, or image impressions that you get during that period and write them down,
or commit them to memory.