Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Guest Post: Other people's pain leaving one's Body on Death

I would be interested to know if anyone has had the same feeling as what I experienced a couple of years ago.

About two years ago I was doing a study course in a location not too far away from where I live. Somehow the energy there did not feel right. The whole day I felt so much pain in my body I could hardly walk. I could just not figure out where this pain was coming from. At the time I just thought that it was the street and location but I was not sure if it was that. The next day I woke up and the pain had completely gone, disappeared, it was gone, nothing. I felt very light headed and had no pain at all.

I got a call from my mother and she had told me that my very kind uncle had died during the night. I knew that he had be ill for some time, but I was not focused on him and had not been thinking of him at that time. At first I thought the pain was coming from the place where I was at that moment. I am now sure that it was his pain I was picking up on.

Kind regards, Daphne from the Netherlands


Chessa Robinson said...

I believe I had this experience but with my beloved pet. It was love at first sight when I saw this tiny pug at a pet store. I bought her and we were inseperable. I had to move back home and my mother was unable to have pets, but I kept her there as long as possible until it was time for me to find her a temporary home. A friend agreed to keep her until I got a place of my own.
I kept a picture of a pug dressed in a bumble bee outfit on the wall beside my bed b/c it reminded me of my sweet Mugsy. I awoke one morning and found myself holding the picture in my hands and against my chest. I found it rather odd but dismissed it as another one of my crazy dreams. (I tend to do strange things in my sleep).
Later that day, I went on a trip with a group of friends. We were gone all day and on our way back home, I had come down with an excrutiating headache. I had never had one before but thought this must be a migraine. I felt as though my head was about to split open. (I'll go ahead and mention here that I have never had another migraine and it's been 18 years)
I got home to my mothers house and I was in tears from the pain. It was awful! She finally got me calmed down and the pain began to subside. Enough that I could see straight again and feel somewhat normal.
And then I got the news. My mother recieved a phone call earlier that day. It was for me, but I wasn't there. She didn't want to call me with the news I was about to receive so she waited until I got home that night. After she knew my migraine was about gone, she told me that there had been an accident and that my dear little puppy had been run over and she was gone.
It was one of the worst days of my life. I loved her as if she were my own tiny helpless child. I went in to shock and couldn't speak or feel for the next 3 days...
I've often thought about that day and how it almost seemed like I had a premonition of something happening to her. How I woke up holding the photo of the dog that looked like her in the costume next to my heart. I also feel like I may have felt what she felt when she was run over, maybe she had head trauma and that's why I had the migraine?
I'm not sure but ever since I came across the term 'empath' I'm finding that this particular instance is just one of many that I've had and it's all starting to make sense...

Thanks for listening. Blessings!

Tracey said...

My mother was very sick for a period of a little over 2 years. All that time I was suffering from migraines, anxiety, hardly functioning at all. I had surgery on my spine to, hopefully, correct the headaches and during this time of my recovery (which wasn't going well) she quickly degenerated; she was only 58. I took care of her for a space of 8 weeks when she needed the most intensive treatments (several hospital trips a week). After her treatments she went home to her husband, which made me most uncomfortable. In the middle of the night I got the call that she passed. Several strange events took place upon her passing. For example, the ambulance they sent broke down (with no explanation as to the cause) on the way to the hospital. She had had a heart attack so this was valuable time. They had to wait for another to arrive. In regards to that, I knew my mother, and I knew her suffering. I believe she did that, she really didn't want to go on the way she was. On the way to the hospital to see her body and say a prayer for her spirit, that it should pass safely and lovingly, I experienced intense chest pains, so bad I thought I was having a heart attack myself. The first words out of my mouth as I grabbed my chest were, "my heart is breaking". The intensity lasted a few moments then passed. I've never felt anything like that before, or since.

Anonymous said...

I have experienced something like this on two separate occasions. The first was right after the passing of my father-in-law who died of a heart attack. Once my husband and I reached his parents home to be with his mother, I began experiencing chest pains...serious enough that in other circumstances I would have gone to see a dr about them. But I was concerned about being a burden to my husband's family at that critical time, and I somehow suspected it was related to his passing, so I said nothing about them. A day or so after the funeral, the chest pains simply went away.

The other time I was running errands at lunch on an extremely hot day. I was just a few feet away from the pharmacy when I suddenly stopped dead in my tracks and felt as though I couldn't move. I stood there, completely still, took several deep breaths and w/n a few seconds was able to go into the pharmacy. Later my sister called to tell me that my father had suffered a massive stroke leaving him "brain dead"...although alive by artificial means. When I asked her about the time of the stroke, it was the exact time that I was stopped in my tracks that afternoon.