A question I often hear is how to request a visitation dream from my departed mother, father, husband… Some clients wonder why other family members and/or close friends have received a visit, but they haven’t. Usually the reason is a person’s grief is so raw from a recent death or they never processed their pain from their loved one’s passing; therefore, they either block or can’t remember a visitation dream. If that is the case, allow yourself to grieve by:

  • Letting the tears flow…
  • Writing a letter to your loved one.
  • Talking to her/him when you’re alone, at their grave site, or by their urn.
  • Joining a support group.
  • Having a one-on-one session with a coach or therapist.
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How to Request a Visitation Dream

This may sound so simple; however, all you need to do is ask. How? By implementing one or more of the following seven techniques:

  1. Pray to God, Goddess, or whatever you choose to call your Higher Source.
  2. Request a visitation out loud or silently.
  3. Write a letter or type it on a device.
  4. Chant it as a mantra; for example, (name) please visit me in my dream, (name) please visit me in my dream…
  5. Meditate by visualizing and/or feeling the invitation. Do you need help with this meditation process? My $3.00 meditation mp3 audio, Dream Visitation from a Deceased Loved One, will assist you.
  6. Look at a photo or draw a picture of him/her before going to sleep.
  7. Sleep with an item of theirs. Put it under your pillow, on your nightstand, or next to your sleeping area. The item you can use is your loved one’s clothing, jewelry, a photo, or whatever feels right to you.

Be Patient and Allow

When you request a visitation dream it may not happen that night. It’s important to trust the timing, while gently asking a few more times. You could be ready, yet your deceased loved one could be busy doing heavenly business. Or if their death was traumatic, they may need to heal before visiting you.

Sometimes a departed loved one chooses to visit during the daytime by: touching your face, smelling a scent you associate with them, hearing their favorite song, items being moved, electric devices behaving unusual, or you could actually see them. A personal example of mine is my deceased parakeet, Birdy Bird, would energetically stop by so I could feel his presence during corpse pose (a form of meditation) on my yoga mat.

In Conclusion

If you would like to explore this topic further, here are three of my popular blogs you can read:

  1. Dreams of a Deceased Father
  2. Dreams of a Deceased Mother
  3. Dreaming of a Deceased Pet

You are welcome to leave a comment. However, I will NOT tell you what your dream means in the comment section. If you want me to interpret your dream so you can understand its meanings, please visit my dream interpretation services webpage.

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Pamela Cummins specializes in dream interpretation and personal/spiritual growth. She is available for dream analysis, coaching, and workshops. Pamela is the author of Learn the Secret Language of Dreams, the FREE eBook Got Dreams? Discover Your Ideal Dream Journal, four other books, and Analyze Your Dreams Oracle Cards.

6 comments

  1. Some very interesting points ! Now I feel better knowing that he is still with me because some of the signs that a deceased loved one is near me have been happening..

    1. When one dreams about deceased mother and that she is blind and is guided by two ppl… what does it mean

      1. Vanitha, your dream can have many meanings depending on the emotion and different dream categories. I’m not sure how you missed the bold sentence that I do NOT give meanings in the comments. I be happy to interpret your dream as soon as I receive a payment for my services.

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