cablewable · 24/04/2018 21:56
I woke this morning to the feeling of someone holding my hand.
It was a gentle hold with the feeling of a thumb rubbing on the back of my hand.
I do believe in guardian angels and spirits but this is a first.
I think it's kind of beautiful but it's freaked me out a bit!
Has anyone else experienced anything like this?
Aprilmightbemynewname · 24/04/2018 21:57
Over the years I have had my hair pulled on many occasions!!
Harry2006 · 24/04/2018 22:04
I woke up to a feeling of someone tucking me up in bed. Odd because i hadnt got a blanket on me and i was asleep on the sofa. I mentioned it to my mom the next day thinking she would brush it off but she said that she had been woken up by someone putting their arms around her -in a nice way.
cablewable · 24/04/2018 22:06
Aw the hair pulling isn't so great but to be tucked up is lovely. I often think I have someone watching over me, far too many coincidences in my day! Do you ever feel that? It's like the more attention you pay the more you notice little things
Harry2006 · 24/04/2018 22:18
Yes it s#!t me up at the time but it was a nice thing really just like your hand holding
MarklahMarklah · 24/04/2018 22:21
A few weeks ago at yoga, we were doing our relaxation meditation and I really felt as though my hands were being held. It was lovely. When we'd finished, I felt a bit sad, as if a loved one had gone away.
wtffgs · 24/04/2018 22:52
Yes - very, very occasionally- daft and woo of me, but I like to think it's my Mum, who died a long time ago.
liz70 · 26/04/2018 23:45
Not hand holding, but I have had years of visits from someone in spirit (whose identity is known to me), which once included a distinct feeling of pressure on the duvet by my side as I was reading in bed one night, like someone leaning in on maybe an elbow iyswim. No feeling on my skin but definitely through the bedclothes. Oh, and another time shuffling the duvet over my feet while I was reading scary stories late one night. I thought it was the dog at first before I realised he wasn't even on the bed. A few shuffles later, and I just said out loud nonchalantly, "I know you're trying to spook me while I'm reading creepy stories, B--, but it won't work. I am unofficially non freakoutable now, thanks to you." I knew it was just him messing about; we've shared other jokes before.
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