A Message

Please don't read this if you don't believe me, and want to ridicule me. I know it happened, and I'm not bonkers.

I have had a spirit companion my whole life, he is attracted to me emotionally for some reason. He tends to protect me from other spirits, like he is jealous or possessive maybe. He means me no harm, and he wishes to stay with me.

But that isn't the story I want to tell.

Last night, my neighbor's husband past away. My dog was dead asleep and suddenly up and running around like a maniac, doing a bark that I have never heard from her before. I just couldn't figure out what was wrong with her.

I come to find out this morning that he past away at the exact time that Alida started flipping out on me. I go through today, feeling pity for his family that he faded so fast.

Then, the oddest thing happened. I was in the bathroom washing my hands, when I felt this pressure on the side of my head and I whispered words that were not my own. They were in my voice, and I suddenly knew things that I hadn't previously.

It was my neighbor's husband, giving me a message for his wife.

He told me, "tell my beloved wife that everything is alright now, and that I'll see her when she joins me." I knew that it was him, I could FEEL it. I also knew that he had been trying to get her attention, but was unsuccessful. And when the message was given, he passed into the spirit realm.

I haven't told her, because I'm afraid of being made a fool of. I don't want to have to explain to her how I know. She's already elderly and fragile, I don't want to burden her more with his final message. He gave her two kisses right before he drew his last breath. They had been married for more than 50 years. I just don't know if I should tell her or not.
meggs4 meggs4
22-25, F
2 Responses Jul 29, 2012

You should tell her! Even if she doesn't entirely believe you, she will find it comforting. If you are really afraid of being humiliated, say he came to you in a dream and asked you to relate the message.

You could always tell her what he said but as if they are your own words, she will be comforted and won't freak out... And I think, it's better not to tell people things like that right after the loss of their loved ones...