posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 07:07 AM
I have no doubt your grandmother is seeing spirits. From my experience, it's very typical and yes, very real. I've been with 3 people very dear to
me, during their last months, days...and then minutes.
One, my uncle had cancer. His was a slow decline and I stayed with him the last month. He started seeing 'someone' at the foot of his bed. Couldnt
understand why I couldn't see them. He had me leave a bedside light on as it made him uneasy. As his time got closer, he slowly began to see this
person more clearly, and hear him speaking to him softly. At first he couldnt make out the features, or understand what was being said. His last few
days, his face lit up with a smile and he squeezed my hand. He realized it was his father and he was waiting for him, telling him it was alright to
let go when he was ready, and he'd just wait right there. His passing was gentle, a hand outstretched and a smile.
My aunt passed just a few months ago. She was one of 12 children, most were already gone, and she'd always been closest to Theresa, Tesse as she
called her. The last day or two, she called for her altho she wasn't coherant for us for days. Called isn't the right word. She cried out for her so
loudly it was difficult to hear the pain in her voice as she screamed out her name and begged her to come closer. Just before she passed her body
relaxed and she mumbled a thank you for coming to help her.
The third one was actually my first experience with it. My mother passed when I was 12. She'd had a heart attack and been in a diabetic coma for a
week when she suddenly woke up, and i DO mean woke up. She looked like she could run a marathon and I'd never seen her look more 'healthy'. She
insisted her brothers and sister come immediately to the hospital, she needed to talk with them. While we waited for them to get there, we played
cards and talked and watched a Tiger ballgame, her favorites. Nurses and the dr told her she should be resting, that they'd medicated her enough to
"sink a battleship". She smiled and told the dr. that she answered to a higher authority and his meds would have no effect on her. They didnt.
Apparently, she had passed the night before during another heart attack. [which we hadnt been told at that time] She told my aunts and uncles that
'the angels' came for her and took her. She was going back and they were waiting. They were right there, waiting tho we couldnt see them. She
explained to them that she was 'allowed to come back' to make arrangements for me and once that was completed, they would take her back and she was
happy to go back. She even explained about her passing the night before, details she shouldnt of known~again at this time, we hadnt been told any of
this yet. The family thought it was brain damage from the coma, truly! lol. Well, the moment she'd said goodbye to them.... then me with no hint of
anything and a kiss, a radiant smile and 'close the door on the way out honey', I hadnt gotten 10 steps from the door when the lights started
flashing and nurses running with a 'code blue'. She was gone, her mission complete. I should add that when the family was told of her passing, the
dr added that they'd lost her a few hours before she woke up. They'd ended their attempt at revival and were calling the time when she took a deep
breath and opened her eyes.
Because of these experiences I have no doubt of an afterlife and that your grandmother is indeed seeing someone, family? angels? But someone who is
going to cross her over when her time comes. For me, being there for them at that moment was both the most incredible experience and the worse
experience but I wouldnt of traded those special moments for anything as hard as it was at times.In hindsight, it was truly a blessing to share that
moment with them.
Prayers for you and your family during this transition time. Letting go is hard but she'll be there for you, of that I have no doubt. ~Lu