Saturday, July 28, 2007

Conversations with my 97 Year Old Grandmother

My wife and I had planned a vacation to Virginia Beach with my parents. The whole time we were making plans, I had a nagging question in the back of my mind that something might happen to my 97 year old grandmother. She has been healthy but is getting rather old. While packing, I called my parents. As I spoke with my mother, a voice in my head said, "she fell and broke her hip". My mother, an instant later, told me that my grandmother had fallen out of bed and broke her pelvis. They weren't sure if they'd be able to come with us to the beach. I suggested that instead of Virginia that we all go to Kansas to check up on her. So, we took two cars and drove 12 hours to Wichita.

The doctors say that her pelvis will probably never heal. Soon, my grandmother was out of the hospital and in rehab. The first day that she was there, I went into her room alone. She was asleep when I got there, so I sat quietly near-by waiting for her to wake up. While she was sleeping, I was examining her aura. It was a very strong green color all over. This suggests that her body is working hard to heal itself which is a very positive sign.

My grandmother was talking in her sleep. She kept saying the name "Betty" over and over. When she woke up, I asked her who Betty was and explained that she was saying the name in her sleep. She said that she didn't know any Betty. Then, she told me that she had dreamt that she died. She said she was at the funeral and saw everyone crowded around her grave.

She then said, "but it was only a dream which meant that it hasn't happened yet." She put an emphasis on the word "yet". Then she looked me in the eyes and said, "I often have precognitive dreams. What I dream sometimes comes true."

I replied, "I also have precognitive dreams sometimes." She looked surprised by my response. I added, "Perhaps I got that from you."

She laughed and said, "It sure would be nice if I had passed along something so useful."

Then, my father came in and the conversation ended. I will have to discuss this topic with my Dad some day to see if he also has dreams that come true. During the car ride home, I was thinking of all the other things I should have asked her. I wonder if she sees auras or has any other "gifts".

Friday, July 13, 2007

Clairvoyance and Auras

I had a reality shattering experience about 15 years ago. The result was that I became open to various sidhis. One of these was the ability to see auras. Around 10 years ago, I felt a need to shut it all off, so to speak. Since then, I see auras occasionally but not all of the time and never as strongly as before. Regardless, I wanted to share this link with anyone who might be interested or is wanting to understand what they are seeing.... The definitions of the colors are very similar to my own interpretations. The differences are very subtle. Foe example, I see red as more or less the same as "will power" or "determination" as opposed to "force" and "struggle". Yellow, I see as emotions in general rather than simply "happiness" and "well being". I have seen folks with yellow auras who are very upset. Yellow and red combined is a powerful combination, not always good. Their interpretation of blue is fitting and perhaps more accurate than my previous understanding. I had always seen deep blue as simply intelligent thought which would be in agreement with this article but not as precise. I found it interesting that the article also covers black auras. I've not seen this mentioned anywhere before. I have only seen this once and it was a minister at my grandmother's Methodist church. This article makes it sound as if black auras would mean that the person was on his death bed. But in this case, he seemed physically okay. I'm still not certain of why this person had a black aura.

The reason for this post is that I have been finding myself thinking about auras recently. I'm contemplating whether or not to try to re-awaken this sidhi. The concern is that awakening this one might entail awakening the others. Now that I am a bit older and wiser, I wonder if I could make better use of them than I did the first time....