shadowwolf5 wrote: ↑
Sat Nov 04, 2017 5:41 pm
Lost someone very close to me a couple of months ago, would love and appreciate so much if someone is able to connect with the other side and help me through this difficult time. Thank you in advance.
to ABT. I'm sorry for your loss.
I feel the loving bond between you both... it's ever so strong, so gentle. You were very close.
I am picking up the same as crackers, the lady on the right stands out to me. I visually received this ''Please tell her, I love you.'' I then see in vision, her extending her arms out to you, to give you a hug.
She wants to thank you in supporting her through her decisions. She doesn't go further into this, but it's something that was on a personal basis, very personal between her and her very close friends and family. She looked up to you , and you her. I feel a message of thanks, for a beautiful tribute in her name. I hear it was thought out very well and she wants to confirm that she has been close to you and her other friends.
Tremendous amount of love for you.
I hope you don't mind me asking, but is someone finding it particularly difficult to move/collect her belongings? she says that she doesn't mind where they go, but you will know who she would prefer to keep them. There is a younger girl mentioned and also a male who is around your age, both of your ages. Maybe it's a close friend within your circle or a family member. My first impression is a friend. see him wearing a band t-shirt but it's unclear which. It's a black shirt. I also see old tickets and there is emphasis in the message of a known and shared love for a song.
She would like you to know she is at peace, 100%, she loves you all, She is grateful.
I also would agree that there is something to do with water, perhaps a memory of a beach together? that wouldbe interesting to know, it seems significant, when it comes to remembering her. It also makes me wonder if she loved to swim/surf.
That aside, I really hope our impressions and messages bring some comfort to you during this difficult time. We have a bereavement & grief board too if you ever feel up to sharing memories you're more than welcome to.