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ADCs? [Jun. 24th, 2006|03:37 pm]
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Anyone here ever had an ADC? I've had quite a few and most of them since I started watching JE. He really opened me up to being aware enough to pay attention. The biggest ones, of course are from family members, but I've even had pets come through to let me know they're still around.
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From: naovaxe
2006-06-24 10:31 pm (UTC)
I have had several ADCs, not always with family members, sometimes with people who haven't crossed over yet who are looking for some help. It is interesting to talk to everyone through ADC, because there are so many languages and sounds and some people echo while others speak loudly. I just enjoy listening to them all.
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-06-24 10:47 pm (UTC)
sometimes with people who haven't crossed over yet who are looking for some help

Now that's cool. The most I've ever been able to get were visions in meditation or signs when I'm out and about. That's about it, but at least I have something to work toward, eh?
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From: naovaxe
2006-06-24 11:18 pm (UTC)
I started with visions or signs at first, then I gradually went to actually seeing people, so working with what you've got now will help toward the future. It's almost like your third eye has to see what you can handle first.
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-06-25 12:12 am (UTC)
That makes sense. Once I'd started with the visions and signs, my dreams started making sense too. I guess it's a sort of primer for opening the third eye--starting with symbols and moving up from there.
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From: naovaxe
2006-06-25 07:56 pm (UTC)
I guess it's just going from symbols and signs to higher things that is a tough process. When I was first starting out, I would get frustrated because I wanted to see more. All I can tell you is what everyone told me: patience is a virtue!
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-06-27 02:31 am (UTC)
Absolutely and when it comes to patience, I have no virtue. That is exactly what's holding me up from advancing, I'm sure. That and I have to get past the fear of seeing things that I'd find disturbing.
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From: naovaxe
2006-06-27 12:42 am (UTC)
I added you to my friends. I hope that's alright!
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-06-27 01:35 am (UTC)
Yes, you're added back. I love Ireland btw and would love to go back someday.
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From: naovaxe
2006-06-27 07:33 pm (UTC)
You're right, I'm not very patient, either. It took me a while to advance because I was waiting for the big stuff to happen, but it comes with time. I'm the same way about the fear of disturbing things. I'm still trying to get over that. It happens rarely, but sometimes it can be a pain.

I'm so glad you added me back! Ireland is a beautiful place, I bet you would love it here.
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-06-27 08:39 pm (UTC)
I think I at least figured out some symbols from my dreams. Apparently when I'm dealing with a "psychic vampire" or someone who is really draining, I have dreams about fighting actual vampires. I think my subconscious has a sick sense of humor.

And I absolutely would love it in Ireland. My comment to my mother going through customs at Shannon was, "do I have to go home?" It's a shame I'm not an artist; I could live there tax free couldn't I?
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From: naovaxe
2006-06-28 07:36 pm (UTC)
Vampires can also be a symbol of a part of yourself you dislike. They can also just mean that you like vampires, as I do meet a lot of people who dream about vampires because they like them!

I hear that artists live tax free, although I don't know any to know if that is for sure. It's beautiful here, though, much more than the imagination can create.
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-06-30 06:52 pm (UTC)
I am definitely not one of the ones who dream about vampires because they like them. John Cusack dreams...now those are an entirely different story.

I actually had a dream once that I was fighting legions of vampires with toothpicks. As in, I-had-no-stakes-and-had-to-use toothpicks. Talk about an exercise in futility. My brain was definitely trying to tell me I was fighting a losing battle.
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From: naovaxe
2006-06-30 07:05 pm (UTC)
You're right, that's exactly what I would've said that dream meant. I dream about Prince William, I guess because I see him so often in the news. He's much too young for me, though!
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-07-03 08:09 pm (UTC)
Yep, as of this last boyfriend I swear off younger men entirely. I am not a mother and shouldn't have to act like one. God do I need a real man.
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From: naovaxe
2006-07-04 07:14 pm (UTC)
I need a real man, too. One that doesn't drink too much, I would like, but here in Ireland, that's hard to find. Non-drinkers are considered to be pansies around here.
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-07-04 09:51 pm (UTC)
I can imagine. ;) Maybe just one who can hold his liquor and not make an arse out of himself then?
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From: naovaxe
2006-07-05 07:36 pm (UTC)
I have yet to meet one like that!
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-07-05 08:39 pm (UTC)
Hm. An American transplant then? There have got to be some over there.
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From: naovaxe
2006-07-06 07:19 pm (UTC)
The American men and their hot rods would be too much for me! I'm sure there are some around here, but I just haven't seen them yet.
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-07-06 11:43 pm (UTC)
Yeah they do have that problem, and quite a few of them drink too. Maybe we should both get a lot of cats and just give up, huh?
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From: naovaxe
2006-07-08 01:04 am (UTC)
That'll work!
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-07-08 01:49 am (UTC)
I'm just about resigned to that. Cats are much less maintenance. I don't have to cook for them, just pop open a can or sprinkle some kibble in a bowl.
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From: naovaxe
2006-07-08 06:54 pm (UTC)
Cats won't cheat on you either. That's always a plus!
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-07-08 08:42 pm (UTC)
True. They might not necessarily belch or scratch themselves in the wrong places, but they do lick themselves and cough up hairballs. That's a pretty even trade there...
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From: naovaxe
2006-07-09 07:17 pm (UTC)
You're right, that would be an even trade. Eating is also an even trade. Cats won't drink beer and eat junk food, but they will sometimes eat birds and snakes, so there would be a fair trade there as well.
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-07-09 07:20 pm (UTC)
Ewww. True. And also given the fact that though they may want us to rub them, they never quite rub us the right way like guys can.

So back to guys it is again.
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From: naovaxe
2006-07-10 07:03 pm (UTC)
I guess so, unless you're a swinger for guys and girls!
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[User Picture]From: bonovoxu2
2006-07-11 01:24 am (UTC)
Nope. I think women would make me crazier than men already do.
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From: naovaxe
2006-07-11 06:28 pm (UTC)
Very true. I feel the same way.
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