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Evidence of a Dream visit

𝙄 𝙙𝙀𝙣’𝙩 π™‘π™žπ™ π™š π™¨π™‘π™–π™©π™š.

I have a journal full of dream visits that I’ve had with my mom over the years. One of the most powerful – one that gave me proof that she was communicating with me – was about a year after she had died. 

My husband and little ones and I were going to Arizona to spend some time with my dad in his new house (they spent winter months there, and my dad planned to continue to do this). He was completing some renovations and we were looking forward to this time with him.

One morning I woke up from a vivid dream and jotted down what I could remember on a napkin.

I was with family in a restaurant and standing alone for some reason. Suddenly everything became very clear and my mom approached me, which I immediately recognized as something happening out of time. I was filled with emotion but just stared at her. She smiled at me and said, “I don’t like slate.” Since we were in a restaurant, my mind immediately went to food and I asked her, “Do you mean skate?” And she shook her head and said firmly, “No. Slate.” And then she hugged me and I woke up.Β 

More than a dream

You might say this was just a dream, and I’d understand why. It seems that way if you’ve never had a dream visit, or spoken with someone who has. The first confirmation is how I π™›π™šπ™‘π™©. In a dream visit you tend to feel strong emotions and a sense of lucidity and realness. And the second big confirmation came later that same day. 

I was talking with my dad about our plans for coming to see him, and he was sharing a bit about the house, the pool in the development and places to eat. Then he casually mentioned that he was a little concerned about how my son Ben would navigate the slate floors he had put in (Ben was not yet 4 and loved to run around). After he said this I remember filling with chills. Immediately I knew. βœ¨

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