posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 09:41 AM
Sorry for your loss rubbertramp
Very similar occurrence happen when my grandpa died. Few days after the funeral we were all sitting at the dinner table (4 of us - my father, mother,
grandma and I) when we heard the water running in the toilet.
Nobody else was in the house, but us. When one lives in one house long enough all sounds are very familiar. The sound of somebody flushing the toilet
is something that you get used to very well. So it could not be mistaken for any other sound from outside the house.
We rushed to the bathroom, anyway - nobody was there. The next day at about the same time the door bell rang.
And nobody was at the door. The house is positioned in a way that you can see visitors coming and going, so it is not possible that anybody pressing
the door bell can flee so fast from the view.
Well, even though I was a skeptic, and the rest of my family as well, I strongly believe that some form of of afterlife exists. If bonds between
people are strong, the deceased person usually manages to get through, sending messages usually within 10 days period after physical death. I find
it a little bit amusing and touchy at the same time. I believe that your mum wanted to assure you that everything is all right and that she is still
there and will be somewhere around.
Also, very strange things were happening when my father passed away. But he didn't communicate directly, so to speak, but through the dreams.
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