Can ghosts haunt our dreams?

February 26th, 2010

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  1. Sal
    February 26th, 2010 at 10:52 | #1

    I believe they can.

  2. February 27th, 2011 at 00:45 | #2

    I was wondering if ghodt could talk to you in your dream and affect it afterwards.I was scared but I want only the good ghost coming to me.I need no bad ghost in my life.I want to understand them better.Can you give me some information on this? I love ghost and their stories.I was once told the wisdom is learning from the old, for lesson of the pass can help the future if you hear and learn from them.

  3. Sergeant Collins
    April 25th, 2011 at 14:51 | #3

    @Judy Moten
    Yes I believe that there is a huge possibilty of ghosts
    speaking to you while sleeping.
    Many people have often spoken about their ‘deceased loved ones’
    coming back in visions to their dreams,
    and Catholic believers tend to believe that if ‘deceased loved ones’
    contact you through dreams then it’s most likely that they want
    you to pray for them while lighting a candle,as they may be
    restless or needing prayers in order to enter Heaven for
    enternal rest.
    In this world anything is possible!

  4. Bubbles
    May 17th, 2011 at 14:58 | #4

    If you keep talking about ghost they are going to come haunt you in your dreams

  5. armando
    October 27th, 2011 at 19:44 | #5

    Ibelieve so when my dad passed away ,i dram of him like crazy,,, telling me hes ok not to worry,but he looked really young.anda yr later he took my uncle…6 months later took my other uncle ,yr later took my other uncle thenfinally another,,

  6. Ellen
    October 31st, 2011 at 15:36 | #6

    I have a question. My mom recently passed away. I had a dream of her the other night. She looked 30 years younger and healthy. But what I was wondering is. She didnn’t speak in the dream, she gestured and it was like I knew what she was saying telepathicly (sp). If that makes any sense. This isn’t the first time I’ve experienced this. My BF died in 2001. And when I dream of her, she doesn’t ever speak either. It is like the same as w/ my mom. Can someone please tell me if this has happened to anyone else before.
    I do believe in ghosts, but I don’t want to see one awake. So I’m fine w/ the dreams. Was just curious.

  7. adriya
    December 9th, 2011 at 12:07 | #7

    i think they can…… recently i started having really bad dreams, i see a lot of violence in my dreams…. and the most scary part is that when i suddenly wake up from my dreams i see a black shadow in front of me staring at me… i cant explain in words how it felt… but its very scary… i started feeling like someone is always there with me
    its not the first time m having this problem… since my childhood i always knew that someone is there with me all the time… but m not sure what to do… i went for doctors…. but it became worse… they suggested me sleeping pills… now the problem with that is… i cant wake up even if i want to….. i have to complete the whole dream…. my health is suffering because of all this….. plz help me….. i dont know what to do…..

  8. April 18th, 2012 at 11:31 | #8

    i think spirits can do this. since my daddy passed away,i have been having dreams seeing him. i have dreamt of him that he came bck to life, workin and after that i dreamt of him coming to my uncle and thanking him for keeping his son (me). in that dream, he was in one of his favourite clothes.

  9. just1voice
    July 16th, 2012 at 13:30 | #9

    I had continuous dreams of my deceased mother. (I only wish they were peaceful like the others have commented about) The dreams would be of a typical day at home with mom cooking or cleaning, us kids (now grown with families) would be sitting eating or watching TV. Once I realized she was there after she had died I would look at her and ask, “Why are you here? You’re dead and you shouldn’t be here any more.” and the nightmare would begin. She would look directly at me and smile but her eyes were different. I realized it wasn’t her but someone or something taking her form. I woke in a sweat, crying, and very upset and shaken. Other dreams would be of her “living” in my dad’s house after he remarried. We would be upset because we loved dad’s new wife, too. Mom would have to live in an apartment in the basement and we would see her moaning and crying over her loss. Then the same thing would happen, I would realize she was “dead” and confront her, then her eyes would change and she would laugh an evil laugh.

    It was torture for me! After several years of these recurring dreams I finally had enough! I’d heard a sermon about laying down our burdens and pointing Satan to Jesus when he tempted us with guilt so I tried it on my nightmares. When I woke from the dream I sat up in my bed and told Satan that my mother was in heaven and he could no longer accuse her. My grief over her loss was given to Jesus so he could no longer torture me. If he had anything to complain about he would have to take it up with Jesus, who purchased our sins and worries on the cross, they no longer belonged to me or to her. And my sweet Jesus was faithful to protect me from any more of Satan’s attacks through my dreams. Now I am at peace with her passing and I know my mother is in the presence of her savior.

  10. January 3rd, 2013 at 05:35 | #10

    Year 2012, Dec.2. 2 am, my boyfriend died on a car accident. since he was gone I was crying every night and I’m feeling that someone was hugging me and I can feel someone was holding my hand. I know this is crazy but it’s true. but I was expecting that he’ll visit me in my dreams but he didn’t. after how many weeks, I dream of him. we were sitting at the side of a highway and we stood up together and he walked to another way, I bought some snacks and then he came to me and told me he also bought snack which is he’s favorite food, “balot”. it’s a Filipino food. but then I refused to eat it and then he walk away. I’m just curious, why he didn’t visit me after how many days he left me? and is it possible that he got angry to me in my dream that I refused to eat balot? please someone help me.

  11. Sara
    January 18th, 2013 at 12:40 | #11