Spirits are the kind of subject matter which is always fascinated us and people wishes to know the same. All of us often watch dreams while sleeping. And here we will be talking about that Spirits and how they visit us in our dreams.
We see various kinds of dreams consists of some scary, some romantic. However, have we ever wondered why we see dreams? Some of us have given it a thought. Surprisingly we have currently no actual answer for it but we are having some Spirits theories for the same.
We often see our loved ones in our dreams. We also may encounter with relative or dead people in our dreams and it is actually done by with the influence of Spirits. Why do deceased people and their Spirits visit us in our dreams? Here are some answers to these questions.
5 most common signs that proved that Spirits deceased people are visiting you in your dreams
1). Dream visitations
This is the most common way to believe that Spirits actually visited us in our dreams, both by deceased loved ones and Spirit Guides. While you may talk yourself out of a ‘Spirit visitation’ dream even if you experience this one, these types of dreams are somehow different from the regular dreams.
In Spirit visitation dreams, a deceased loved one often enters the dream and also they surrounded by some sort of light. In the dream, it is often shown that the Spirits often asked you to deliver messages or even they also talk with you something.
They will usually offer some sort of comfort that they are okay, everything is peaceful looks in those dreams and the Spirits looks very comfortable.
2). Sensing their presence
Many people report sensing the presence of their loved one around in the passing of each thing. This indicates that the Spirits actually come around them on that time. You can also notice a shift when they are around – either a change in the energy or actual movement in the air.
Most probably at night, you notice pressure in the bed next to you, as if someone got into bed with you, or you might feel like someone is sitting next to you in the evenings while you read a book. This is a common symptom of experiences people feel and this is mark the arrival of Spirits.
If you were very close with the person you can feel their visiting and you were able to notice their presence. This is so as when they were alive – you must have spent time with them so it is a shifting take place of those dead people from their physical into Spirits form.
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3). Feeling their touch
Hugs, a brush of your hair, holding your hand, or a gentle touch on your back – these are some of the most features people share with their near and dear ones.
Feeling their touch is most common to sense so after the death of peoples relative they often feel the touch of their relatives. This is actually Spirits do continue to visit, long after they are passing, using the ability of perceived touch. This ability to touch can also apparent in feeling them not touch you, but an object near you, like, by noticing that someone sit or lay down in the bed next to you.
4). Smelling their perfume
The ability to smell the fragrance or perfume from a deceased loved one is also known as Spirit – clairgustance. This perfume is often spread by the Spirits only.
These visits commonly reported as the fragrance of cigarette or cigar smoke, perfume, flowers, or cooking. If you smell cigar smoke, and no one smokes in your house, except your deceased grandfather is here letting you knowing his visiting.
5). Hearing their voice
This is called clairaudience. It is possible to hear the voice of dead person by the human, this is actually they are speaking with you in their human form so you guys can hear their voice.
Internal clairaudience is a common way to ‘hear a voice’, as the hearing happens inside your mind. Why? Those in Spirit no longer have a voice box – so producing an external noise is very hard.
Do you talk to your husband, grandmother, or best friend on the Other Side, of your mind?
Take a moment, and wait to see if you can any response or reply. Usually, you can.
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