posted on Apr, 28 2004 @ 10:12 PM
my deepest condolences on the loss of your friend.
I'm a funeral directing/nursing student, and i've performed the embalming procedure on well over 200 bodies, and have attended countless wakes and
funerals. not once have I ever had a feeling (other than the occasional nausea from a smell or what not) other than sadness or grief.
my thoughts on this is that you are caught up in the moment, and instead of crying or getting angry, you felt dizzy- which would be one of the classic
symptoms of an oncoming anxiety attack.
hate to burst your bubble, and i'm not trying to offend or upset you, but once the person is dead, there is no possible way the person in the casket
can be trying to suck out your soul- unless of course we get into ghosts, demons, etc, which, personally, i think would try to somehow steal your
soul, but i know nothing about what kind of person your friend was, so i'm not gonna say one way or the other if it could be a demon, or ghost or
something along those lines trying to take your soul.
but i doubt it was your friend's ghost, or your dog's ghost that would try to steal your soul.
my guess is that it is anxiety.