I used to be deeply skeptical about stories regarding feeling the presence of someone who died sometime after the tragic event happened. I couldn’t believe that it would be possible to feel the presence of a deceased persons in any way. I was convinced that people who recount such stories are affected by missing their loved one so much that they imagine their presence in a way that feels so real. But all these believes were shaken when I lost my grandmother.
My grandmother passed away for years. But what happened one morning and repeated after that many times made me believe that she is still looking over me protectively. So, one morning while I was about to touch my coffee mug, I felt as if someone gave my arm a reassuring squeeze. My first thought was that my husband was there and tried to help me, but I was surprised to realize that he wasn’t around me. Later on, it happened to me to smell my grandma’s famous apple pie, at the same moments. I thought more time that perhaps this was all in my head, but it happened on so many different occasions in the same way that I have realized that this is not an illusion.
When losing our dearest ones, grieving is a very long process which takes many forms over the years. Some of us believe in paranormal and accept its manifestations. Even if you believe or nor, watching the video below will rise some questions marks. It points the ways in which we may experience the presence of the deceased ones. It is up to you what you believe, what interpretation you give to all these: you may believe they transmit us some signs or you think that our mind is playing us some tricks because we want them again around us. Just have a look on what others report about the way they were contacted by the loved ones after they have died and give your own interpretation about the phenomena.
The video presents more types of experiences such as:
- LUCID DREAMS OR VISIONS
- SMELLING THEM
- FEELING THEIR PRESENCE OR TOUCH
- UNEXPLAINABLE ELECTRICAL PHENOMENON
- OBJECTS DISAPPEARING AND REAPPEARING SOMEWHERE ELSE IN THE HOUSE