Watch the video below on the 9 signs of a dream visitation from the deceased.
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of this website, here’s a post about the five most popular dream interpretation blogs. In five years, I have written over two hundred blogs. What a fun and learning experience it has been!
Perhaps you are wondering, was it a visitation dream I had last night? This is a question that brings hundreds of people each day to visit my blogs about dreams of the deceased and one I often hear from my clients.
Before answering was it a visitation dream, I feel it’s important to answer who can visit you in your dream. Depending upon your experiences and your beliefs, you could have a visitation from the following:
This post is to inform my readers about signs from the deceased besides dreams. Because every day I get hundreds of visits to three of my most popular blogs, Dreams of a Deceased Mother, Dreams of a Deceased Father, and Dreaming of a Deceased Pet. Yes, dreams about the departed are very important; however, that’s not the only way our deceased loved ones contact us. Sometimes our grief will stop them from visiting in our dreams. A departed loved one might prefer to contact us during the day by using another method, which they find easier or fits their personality better.
Losing a loved one is very painful, which is why precognitive dreams for an upcoming death can help prepare you. In this post, you will learn how to tell if your death dream is truly predicting a death. Then I will use examples of my personal dreams to demonstrate how they warned me of my cat Merlin’s death.
But first I would like to point out that is common for people to have dreams of their deceased loved ones after they pass. This is why my blog posts in the category dreams of the deceased receive a ton of visits every day. I recently read that precognitive dreams for an upcoming death rarely happen. Which makes me shake my head as I had predicted death dreams for my mother and two cats, Midnite and Merlin. If I can have these dreams, I know others have them, too.
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:
Dear Readers, I knew you would just love Renata Maniaci telepathic deceased dream visitation from her friend, Wil. Why? Because it’s amazing how many visits a day this site receives for the blog category on dreams of the deceased. Millions of people are receiving visits from their loved ones who have crossed and occasionally the communication is done telepathically.
Did you know that there are 3 types of deceased dreams? Yes, there are subcategories within the category of dreams of the deceased. This is such a fascinating topic, which is why clients are always asking me about whether or not their departed loved ones visited them in their dreams. And the reason my blogs on deceased dreams get the most reads.
Since the recent event that I did on this subject was such a success, I decided to record a small section of it. If you need further assistance afterwards, please visit my dream interpretation service page.
The following blog post, My Dad’s Dream is from Julie Saillant, who had me as a guest on her podcast. During the interview the subject of dreams of the deceased popped up and Julie mentioned her father’s experience with dreaming regarding his wife. What a fascinating story! And I’m very grateful that she shared it with us as some of you may relate to it. Here’s Julie’s narrative:
When a pet dies it’s always painful, whether the pet is a cat, dog, bird, hamster, snake… It’s not uncommon dreaming of a deceased pet, but is it a visitation or another dream category? I’ve written about this topic for departed fathers and mothers; however, there are people who feel pets aren’t as important as people and/or have no soul. Yet, death affects everyone differently and who are we to judge someone’s grief, whether it’s a human or pet? Dreams about our pets help ease our pain.