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Dreams for All Souls: Her dead father has grown young again

posted by Robert Moss

 I dreamed my father appeared beside me and he looked to be about thirty five, very healthy and youthful.  He said smiling, “Don’t worry about me.  I am happy and healthy, feel good and will never have to be sick again.”

I’ve felt very peaceful and at ease since that dream. It occurred the same night that I asked Daddy to come and visit while talking to his photo lit by a candle.  

This beautiful dream report came from a woman named Donna. I responded:

If this were my dream, I would have little doubt that it was a visitation: that Dad came, in response to my invitation, to show me he is on the right track.

When they are released from the burdens and mindsets they may have carried before they passed on, our departed discover that they don’t have to remain in the form of someone old or sick. I remember my own delight when my parents turned up, after death, looking younger and brighter each time, eventually adopting the appearance of people around 30 years old.

I like the way you lit a candle for your father to call him and guide the way. Your simple ritual with the candle and the photograph is something all of us can try if we want to invite timely and loving communication with our departed.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Juliet

    Interesting! When I see live people on a soul level they do look 30.

  • http://italkedtomylatehusband mimi

    I have lost my husband and soul mate to suicide. Is he still with me? Can he see, me, talk to me and communicate? I’m lost, as I don’t feel him with me right now. It’s as if there is a wall between us, he’s on the other side, and knows he can’t come back. He’s always said we were destined to be together forever.This was all the question i asked my self until i contacted Doctor Jefferson that helped me to answer all those questions.i finally contacted my husband.Here is his email address just in case you need his help.
    doctorjeffersontemple@gmail.com

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