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Dream 01_200408

Dream of the Month (August 2004)
  1. Title: The Phone Call

  2. Date of the Dream: 3/1/2001 (mailed Tuesday, 27 July 2004)

  3. Dream: I was very upset and I was walking through a park. I reached into my blue jeans pocket and found a phone number written on a torn piece of paper. I called the number and I talked with my Aunt Sue who had died on February 4th. She told me that she was in a great place, she was beautiful, and she had friends. I told her that she was selfish, and should have told us that she was sick and planning on leaving us. She said, "I put that number in your pocket so that you would know to call me. I just wanted you to know that I'm okay. Tell Martha Ann (her sister) that I'm okay and not to be sad anymore." Then, she hung up.

  4. Significant life event: Sue died of pancreatic cancer.

  5. Personal concerns/issues: none

  6. Associations: none

  7. Category: Psychic Experience

  8. Pen Name: Candy Purple

Dr. Holloway's Comments:

Striking Characteristics: According to some researchers, phone call dreams are among the most common themes associated with apparent after death communication.

There are few things more controversial than the possibility that departed loved ones actually do make contact through some of our dreams. Every individual must make the determination about what they believe to be the nature of such dreams. However, I believe some of these dreams do represent loving communication from those we have lost, and that we do well to accept the healing and reassurance they offer. My research suggests that dreams that provide reassurance, advice to let go of sadness, and leave the dreamer a sense of contact should be regarded with respect. Be open-minded about the endurance of love; be skeptical about dismissals of inner experience.


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