posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 05:52 AM
Originally posted by hadriana
But I will say that when I was a little girl, I had an imaginary friend. Her name was Sara, and she wasn't dead- she was alive and in a coma- she had
cancer. One day she died and I never talked to her again but I grieved like she'd been a big sister or another mother...
So, are you saying this "imaginary friend" was communicating with you while she was in a comma?
I have heard others talk about being out of the body during a comma, and telling people what took place in a certain room, conversations taking place,
etc. while they were were "out".
This is fascinating information! Thanks for sharing that!
Experiencing telepathy with a friend was one of the most intense experiences because it was shared. Another time I had a conversation - I did all the
talking - with a ghost that I mistook for a person.
You seem to have a very intense psychic ability! So the ghost appeared as a physical person that wasn't transparent? Did you freak out when you
realized it was a ghost? How did you feel?
Did the ghost say anything at all? Did they realize they were dead?
I don't just see shadow people, but sometimes sometimes shadow trees. And I'm convinced a shadow person saved me from a really bad guy once - same guy
that left my house and got into a gunfight with cops and is thankfully in prison. That dude would have killed me, I just know it. That was the first
time I saw one. After that I decided they were on my side, so I never mind seeing them.
I'm glad this shadow person was on your side. Did "it" wear a robe with a hood like I've heard some describe them, or was it just a dark shadow
From what I've read, most shadow people are really bad news!
Could it all be in my head? I don't even see what that matters. I really get that argument from skeptics but it doesn't matter to me. I have no desire
to prove anything to anyone, just the opposite really, I'd rather hide it. And I have never, ever, had need to. It's all just magick, and maybe it
doesn't exist for everyone, but it does for me.
No, I don't think it's in your head at all. If you read back through this thread you will see every type of experience imaginable! You are only one
in thousands that have a "gift" of seeing, or experiencing things not everyone can.
Some say it is a gift, others say it is a curse. I think it all depends on how the person uses their abilities.
Thanks for sharing your stories. Let us know when your book comes out. Sounds like a great read!
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