reply to post by calihan123
I've an interesting story that relates to this thread...
Believe this or not, but I am very psychic by nature, don't know why I have it but I do and always have.
Anyhow, a few months ago, my wife and I were sitting around talking, when all of a sudden I popped out with, "Hey honey, you have a tiger as an
After much discussion and questioning, she found out (through me) that it was something that had always been with her, that I had seen it upon many
occasions following her and being near her always, that a lot of times when she would get "clumsy" and run into a wall (she does it often lol) it is
her tiger bumping into her as a joke, etc.
She asked what her name was and such, and I told her that I was not sure, but it seemed to be something like "sasha" or "sorcha" or something
weird along those lines. I knew that wasn't quite right but could not get it closer than that.
I told her when she went to work the next day, to take some time and maybe ask her kitty for information, see if she gets a response. (she works a
job where she has much time to do whatever she wishes.. Usually reads a book or two). She agreed to do so.
Upon returning home that day, she was all excited and said that she recieved a response from her kitty. To give just a little background, when she
was 4 years old, she died on the operating table during open heart surgery, and came away from it with an experience that is just amazing. She
remembers it very vividly, every moment of those days in her life, including the NDE.
She remembers that a voice spoke to her during the NDE, but it didnt "speak" vocally. It came through as pure vibrations from the inside of her
being. Very odd, really.
She said upon arriving home that day from work that she was able to get a response from her tiger, and that it came through in precicely the same
manner as her NDE did, the energy felt exactly the same to her.
She got a name from her, and even was able to draw an impression of what she "saw" in her minds eye as she spoke. It turns out to be a tiger which
is white in color, with a very few black stripes near her head and tail.
The name she got was Tchastal, she said that it was very hard for her to pronounce but was very russian, and spelled very oddly. She definitely had
never heard of it before, and thought that it was nothing real, but still exciting.
Well, upon hearing it, it definately rang as similar to the name that I had the impression of, and we began to look on the net for something relating
to that name, just to see what's what lol
The word, Tchastal, turns out to be one of the original names for Mount Shasta, in california, named that by some of the original russian settlers in
the area, and means "White" or "pure" mountain. White mountain, white tiger, wow this is just getting bizarre! lol
Anyhow, in the end, she's been very in tune with herself and exploring a lot more possibilities than she ever thought possible, and is happy knowing
that her friend is there, and always has been.
And it really brought me in line with what I have always been able to see and do, as a verification of things. No way it was all coincidence lol