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bitchkitty2017 67F  
2496 posts
12/15/2019 5:32 am
The power of Dreams!


I have not written any blogs for awhile but feel the need to touch on a subject thats very controversial and puts a different light on what its meaning is to many cultures. That word is " Closure" ...when someone passes suddenly or lingers in the real world suffering before death. When they actually have passed what range of emotional trauma do we are left to live without them , suffer?
Well many religions, ethnic groups and cultures have their own way of dealing with grief thus bring closure , but what about those dont have real closure and go on for long periods of time grieving for the loss of that person? How do they cope with non closure? Its a very touchy subject and one that may not have a solution.Sure we can go about our everyday lives in depression , sure there are groups can help with any of the emotions we are experiencing and get us past a few things..but that does not always work..
In today's open and liberal society we have a tendency to shield ourselves and shield our from things such as death and violence , but if we as adults have not learned how to deal with those things how can we teach our to deal with something as traumatic as the death of a sibling or parent ?If we can learn the meaning and solution to having full closure when someone passes then we can teach our or even another adult to have the relief of that closure thats been a factor for us..
Growing up in a Native setting we as were always exposed to death, one thing my Parents did not do is shield us from the most natural things in life such as death.We also were taught to accept our traditions and beliefs ...be part of any event ..Native beliefs are very basic and Earthy. We learned to speak to our ancestors and accept the teachings of those in life passed on traditions and knowledge , and above all not to be afraid of death as it was a part of life..we also spoke to the dead and that was one thing I learned early in life and still is with me today.
I have been called crazy and a bit loopy but those words are just that ...words...I speak to my Father has been gone for 20 years , i ask him to be aware of some of my friends have passed over , my pets ..and people i have been close to through the years..This morning i spent hours with my late husband just hanging and talking ...How do i know this is just a dream? It may be but how many of you do that ? Not many I assure you..Intimate details are discussed that only him and i knew , He was always most of his life an angry man , he cursed and swore like a sailor ...Harshness came easy to him..his aura was always red or dark...not now ..i never seen him so healthy and bright no harsh words and his aura was so bright, and colorful..Thats how i knew ...
This is why i wrote this , not because i want people to say " well that was a crazy ladys imagination" but because i want people to know that there is a greater beyond , what we grasp or hold on to in our Earth bound lives goes far beyond what we can hear , see or feel..
Food for thought and please keep it clean and if there is a story you have or want to tell I would love to read..

bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/15/2019 5:34 am

The power of dreams!


Rico678990 31M
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12/15/2019 5:36 am

Nice story


guylooking4u57 51M
31 posts
12/15/2019 5:52 am

I don't know that there really is true closure when we loose some special.The hurt and grief ease but we will always miss them and wish they were still in our lives, but the trick I think is to just learn to accept that they are gone and to just cherish the memories.


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/15/2019 6:11 am

Thanks and i always refer to things i experience but i know very few do...


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/15/2019 6:19 am

    Quoting guylooking4u57:
    I don't know that there really is true closure when we loose some special.The hurt and grief ease but we will always miss them and wish they were still in our lives, but the trick I think is to just learn to accept that they are gone and to just cherish the memories.
true and i know that more people do not experience real closure but we are not supposed to cling to the hope that they will still be there because our grief if its not let go helps the dead to not let go also..we do not acknowledge them being there in body form but imagine them in spirit form still lingering because the closure we need is also the closure they need to travel where they need to be..Its keeping their face , body and presence in our hearts instead of in our grief that keeps them and us from letting go ...we dont want to forget and we shouldnt ..but we also dont want a lost loved one lingering to prolong their suffering ...thats why everyone should have closure...your last words are the greatest gift to a passed loved one ...awesome thanks


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/15/2019 6:24 am

    Quoting  :

It is hard love and my heart goes out to someone who loses a loved one ..I went through a few of those things...but when i did speak to my late husband i acknowledged his passing and also talked out loud to him, it helps to make both move on in life I am sorry for your loss and i encourage you to ask her to come to you when you are asleep ..if that happens you will see how healthy she looks and you will be relieved at what you two can chat about ...try it every night before sleeping a natural sleep without drugs or anything to aid sleep ...it does work thanks for sharing hope it did help a bit..


Cum_Happy 106M
2711 posts
12/15/2019 6:51 am

I feel that the key to the whole subject, dreaming, dealing with loss, suffering and sanity, is found in our most deep seated roots and core belief system.
I am not about to debate, debunk, refute any one form of belief or faith over another.
The important thing is that it is usually that, our deepest core beliefs that carry us through, and make dealing with the most painful, dreadful, sting of life, death, possible and bearable.
We may not always believe the same thing tomorrow that we believe today. We might learn things, hear things, think things that broaden our views and change our attitudes and opinions. But for today, we must cleave to own personal beliefs.
Best Wishes~

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PAWAPh 44M
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12/15/2019 7:43 am

Hey, Bk.

*It Has Been Awhile*

>I Do Believe In Greater Beyond<

Great Blog My Friend!

Jack


scoupe42 57M  
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12/15/2019 8:00 am

Thanks for sharing with us. Have a great day.


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/15/2019 3:22 pm

    Quoting Cum_Happy:
    I feel that the key to the whole subject, dreaming, dealing with loss, suffering and sanity, is found in our most deep seated roots and core belief system.
    I am not about to debate, debunk, refute any one form of belief or faith over another.
    The important thing is that it is usually that, our deepest core beliefs that carry us through, and make dealing with the most painful, dreadful, sting of life, death, possible and bearable.
    We may not always believe the same thing tomorrow that we believe today. We might learn things, hear things, think things that broaden our views and change our attitudes and opinions. But for today, we must cleave to own personal beliefs.
    Best Wishes~
well most things today is debatable..beliefs are always in one form or another rooted in our traditions and customs..Native American people had a different way of connecting with those who have passed ..whether we believe it is dream state or waking dream state i have seen things that normal people would not believe or could even imagine in their whole lives. and would scoff at ...people would be wise to go to a native sweat lodge and just see in a normal way without drugs or any man made aide and then tell me they didnt believe in any of the things they experienced ..lol thanks for the comment food for thought


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/15/2019 3:24 pm

    Quoting PAWAPh:
    Hey, Bk.

    *It Has Been Awhile*

    >I Do Believe In Greater Beyond<

    Great Blog My Friend!

    Jack
hey jack always a pleasure and i got that from you a long time back ...we would debate and agree on a series of subject about the things we do not see hear smell or feel...thanks hon be safe


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/15/2019 3:25 pm

    Quoting scoupe42:
    Thanks for sharing with us. Have a great day.
hey sweets thanks for reading and yr comment ...


lonlyforlove2 77M  
4249 posts
12/15/2019 4:34 pm

Good post BK, glad you have this faith in your belief, there are a lot of different beliefs and I guess one has to say that they understand it to believe it. Good to see you about.. Hope you have a good evening

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looking4u69ca 59M
3567 posts
12/15/2019 6:38 pm

Thanks for blogging BK. People who believe in something have an easier time dealing with closure than unbelievers.
There are a lot of quite similar beliefs in most cultures.


RyuFujin 52F  
1130 posts
12/15/2019 6:47 pm

I once knew a teacher of sorts, who's ancestry was Irish and Cherokee. I learned a lot from her in the short time that we knew each other. She has since passed to the Summerlands almost 20 years now, and I get *visits* now and then.

I knew the night my aunt had passed, almost 23 years ago, and I'll never forget that feeling. I felt it down to the last hour, even though she physically lived a few hundred miles away when it happened. I didn't have confirmation of her passing until after I had gotten home from work later that day, but knew that she had gone sometime in the early morning.

There are some people you may encounter in your walks of life that are more attuned to certain energies. Some refer to this energy in a whole as Akasha, others call it the sixth sense. It's not something one can put into words that would accurately describe it; it's more of a gut-feeling, and yet, that doesn't come close in description.


"Be who you are and say what you feel. Those who matter won't mind, and those who mind won't matter." ~ Dr. Seuss.


azriel1970 49M  
29678 posts
12/15/2019 7:15 pm

I have had "dreams" with a few that have passed on. It has not really provided me any closure but They seem well and that is what matters.


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/16/2019 3:24 am

    Quoting lonlyforlove2:
    Good post BK, glad you have this faith in your belief, there are a lot of different beliefs and I guess one has to say that they understand it to believe it. Good to see you about.. Hope you have a good evening
lol yes i am still alive and kicking but less screaming ..I dont blog much any more seems like there are those blogs that leave you scratching your head on occasion..just silly and insignificant rumblings and moans of the undead..hahahasome people dont know the first thing about writing a good sink your teeth into read ..but i guess you gotta start somewhere


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/16/2019 3:31 am

    Quoting looking4u69ca:
    Thanks for blogging BK. People who believe in something have an easier time dealing with closure than unbelievers.
    There are a lot of quite similar beliefs in most cultures.
hey sweetheart ..yes i also believe that as well It got me through when my husband passed and then my daughter ..my daughter and i have not been close and unless she has a push in the right direction by either my Dad or my husband i do not expect any reunion with her any time soon...time will be the greatest factor with her ..thanks


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/16/2019 3:36 am

    Quoting RyuFujin:
    I once knew a teacher of sorts, who's ancestry was Irish and Cherokee. I learned a lot from her in the short time that we knew each other. She has since passed to the Summerlands almost 20 years now, and I get *visits* now and then.

    I knew the night my aunt had passed, almost 23 years ago, and I'll never forget that feeling. I felt it down to the last hour, even though she physically lived a few hundred miles away when it happened. I didn't have confirmation of her passing until after I had gotten home from work later that day, but knew that she had gone sometime in the early morning.

    There are some people you may encounter in your walks of life that are more attuned to certain energies. Some refer to this energy in a whole as Akasha, others call it the sixth sense. It's not something one can put into words that would accurately describe it; it's more of a gut-feeling, and yet, that doesn't come close in description.
I think most people have that and most people either are scared to talk about it or just ignore and accept ..It is like you say some are more attuned to these things and find closure quicker knowing that a loved on or friend is in a place where pain and suffering is not a factor..Even my animals that have passed , not all , but the ones that have the human/animal bond have visited me ..they are glowing healthy and so at peace...thanks for sharing hun...have a super day ..


bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/16/2019 3:43 am

    Quoting azriel1970:
    I have had "dreams" with a few that have passed on. It has not really provided me any closure but They seem well and that is what matters.
thanks sweets , even though the ones who visited you dont bring you any closer to that closure in which you seek still provide for you an insight with their dimensional world...a connection on a level like this may take more than one visit to put your soul at rest and i believe that the spirit that remains earthbound feels your grief and maybe their connection by visiting you may be the thing that allows them to pass further to where they need to be..Sometimes its not about us but about closure for them to move on..after all they visit you for a reason which you may not understand....thanks doll


Cum_Happy 106M
2711 posts
12/17/2019 3:11 am

A sweat lodge? Sweat turns me on, lmfao!

Be well!

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bitchkitty2017 67F  
5259 posts
12/17/2019 8:10 am

    Quoting Cum_Happy:
    A sweat lodge? Sweat turns me on, lmfao!

    Be well!
yes its definately a different experience and if you want to get in touch with your spiritual side then i say go do it..the sweat lodge is an old way of ridding the body of toxicity thru sweat ...the body builds up toxic free radicals and it does damage its a way to rid the body of sickness thru the sweat glands ...saunas got nothing on the sweat lodge ...if more communities had the communal sweat lodge there be alot less sick people..


missthee 54F  
4178 posts
12/29/2019 7:14 am

Food for thought indeed. I used to have those kinds of dreams but not in a long while. Not sure I want to go there again.


newguy010886 35M
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1/3/2020 10:50 am

Good read


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