LUMINITA SAVIUC: “51 Everyday Ways to Make Someone You Love Feel Special”

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Do you have a person that is extra special in your life? Want to give them an idea of just how special they are?

Whether it’s your parents, siblings, bestie, or significant other, making someone you love feel special doesn’t have to be complicated, and you can do it every day.

(No skywriting required.)

51 Everyday Ways to Make Someone You Love Feel Special

1. Make time. Vow to yourself that you won’t let “life” get in the way of letting them know how important they are.

2. Listen to the full story and ask questions. Listen to them vent without solving the problem (unless they want you to!). Listen to what they are really trying to tell you. Listen with your undivided attention.

3. Ask them to teach you something.

4. Try to learn one of their hobbies.

5. See them. I mean REALLY see them. See their endless potential. See their unique beauty.

6. Recognize what makes them special and let them know it.

7. Send something handwritten. No one seems to do this anymore. It can be a thank you note, a birthday card, or a letter just because.

8. Learn all of their favorites and surprise them with something you know that they’ll just LOVE.

9. Put the phone away when you are together…

10. Or pick it up when you’re apart. Go beyond a text and give them a call to let them know you’re thinking of them. Return their calls if you missed them.

11. Go on an adventure. Set aside a day or a weekend to spend time together. Invite them along somewhere that neither of you have been.

12. Create a new memory together.

13. Share a memory that you have of them. The best are those situations that they had no idea you’d remember.

14. Share your side of the story of how you met.

15. Follow up with them after they’ve shared something important with you or after spending time together.

16. Introduce them to the important people in your life.

17. Connect them with someone you know they’ll hit it off with.

18. Ask them what they want to do.

19. Or take care of all of the planning and let them just relax.

20. Show them affection in whatever way they’re comfortable with.

21. See the best in them.

22. Let them know that the way they feel or the way they see a situation is real and understandable.

23. Get them out of the house on a beautiful day.

24. Stay in and have a Netflix marathon together on a gloomy day.

25. Be there when they need you, even if you need to cancel your plans.

26. Let them get to know the real you. Share your dreams and your fears.

27. Get to know the real them. Fears, dreams, imperfections – everything.

28. Send an article that you think they’d enjoy. Let them know that it made you think of them.

29. Take pictures together. Splurge on professional pictures, hop in the photo booth at the mall, or whip out the camera for an impromptu photo shoot.

30. Go with them on their quest to find the perfect pair of jeans. Or shoes. Or sunglasses. Or…you get the idea.

31. Offer to help them with a tedious task.

32. Include them in group plans.

33. Remind them of how amazing they are any time they forget.

34. Stand up for them if you hear someone gossiping about them.

35. Speak kindly of them – even when they’re not there.

36. Keep their secrets as if they were your own.

37. Share secrets of your own.

38. Remember their important days. What is their favorite holiday? What is the day that they start a new job? When are their kids’ birthdays? Make an effort to remember and check in with them on the important days in their life.

39. Give heartfelt compliments, apologies, and thanks.

40. Bring them soup when they’re sick. Bake them cookies when they’re sad.

41. Offer to be by their side on their worst days.

42. Be their person. No questions asked.

43. Surprise them with something totally ridiculous just because you know that they’ll get a kick out of it.

44. Check in on them when you’re worried.

45. Celebrate their successes.

46. Help out someone that is important in their life.

47. Let it be about them. Don’t turn their story or their problem into your story or problem, and don’t try to outdo them. Let the day, the story, the situation be about them.

48. Believe in them when they are in doubt.

49. Hang in there when things are rough between the two of you.

50. Support them in their goals and aspirations. If they need you to dress up as a hot dog and pass out fliers, you’re the one to call.

51. Do all of this and ask for nothing in return but true friendship and caring.

Have a #52 of your own? I’d love to hear it! Leave a comment and share how you make your person feel special.

With all my love,

 

 

 

 

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GREGG PRESCOTT: “Facing The Death Of A Loved One”

Facing The Death Of A Loved One

by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Editor, In5D.com

In loving memory of my beloved sister Lola, July 12, 1958-December 30, 2011

Some cultures celebrate the death of a loved one instead of mourning for them which makes a lot more sense than the grieving process, but it is easier said than done when it involves the loss of a family member or someone close to you.

As evidenced by many near death experiences, crossing over to the other side is painless and often occurs before the body is officially deceased, which alleviates any fear while promoting a sense of warmth, comfort and love.

Most people who have a near death experience are often greeted by deceased family members after they follow the tunnel toward the light, although it is not time for them to be officially reunited with their loved ones.  These are the people who bring back the eternal message of love for us.

There is no more pain for our loved ones as they join their family and soul groups on the other side.  Most people who have a near death experience truly wish for us not to grieve for them because they are safe and loved.   If anything, they would want us to be happy for them, knowing that in time, we will all be reunited.

In the meanwhile, the process is much more difficult on this side of the veil.  For this incarnation, we will no longer be able to hug or talk to our loved ones, which creates a void of emptiness that is irreplaceable.

What many of us fail to realize is that we are all on a time schedule that we agreed upon in our soul contracts.  When we were on the other side, it didn’t really seem to matter when we passed because we knew that we would return to Source, our soul groups and the unconditional love that we were feeling when we made our contracts.  Besides, time is non-existent on the other side, so there is very little difference between 23 years or 5,000 years, it’s just a number.

I recently wrote an article after having an amazing psychic consultation with Shawn Cohen.  I didn’t write everything I was told in that particular article, but close friends know the rest of the story.  Shawn mentioned she saw the number 3 in regard to my sister, Lola, meaning she wasn’t sure if Lola had 3 days, weeks or months to live.  As it turned out, Lola passed exactly 3 months after my sister Tara first visited Lola when she became seriously ill.

My Message to YOU from my Psychic Reading by Shawn Cohen

My Message to YOU from my Psychic Reading by Shawn Cohen

Additionally in this reading, my paternal grandfather mentioned that my sisters and I should not only follow the light when we pass, but also the smell of my grandmother’s pirogues.  That statement was specifically directed for Lola, but I couldn’t write it that way in the article. (I made pirogues for dinner on the evening of her death)

I also received a message from Lola’s boyfriend who died in a car accident.  He said, “Tell Lola there is no reason to mourn.” He added a lot more, but this is how people view death on the other side.  They don’t want us to be sad because sadness isn’t part of their loving existence on the other side.

For example, even when a near death experience involves having a spouse and children on this side of the veil, people still do not want to return to this lifestyle after experiencing the unconditional love on the other side. Those who have experienced a near death are constantly reminding us that “I’m okay on the other side, please don’t worry about me!”

One of my friends on Facebook used Shawn’s services and stated the following:

“And when the time comes, you have a friend in Shawn Cohen, who can tell you that your sister is doing wonderful now…. Thank you, Gregg, for posting about Shawn, on your website. She helped me connect with my mom, dad, and brother.”

Shawn helped to provide the needed closure for my sister in regard to her relationship with her deceased boyfriend.  Lola had me retell this reading to her time and time again.

I was assured by my grandfather that Lola would hold on until January 9th, 2012 for me to be able to fly out to visit her, but free will always takes precedence.  Every night before I went to sleep, I connected with Lola’s higher self and told her not to hang on for me, and that it was alright to pass on to the other side whenever she was ready.  More than my own selfish needs, I wanted her to be without pain and in the arms of loved ones on the other side.

While the sands of time may seem to erase some of the experiences we have created with our loved ones, they are all recorded in the Akashic Records to be relived during our life review when we pass over to the other side.  In this scenario, we view our life in regard to how we made a difference to the people who we encountered throughout our journey.  Then, we view our life through THEIR eyes.

Santos Bonacci said something that will always stay with me.  He stated (and I’m paraphrasing) “From the second the sperm fertilizes the egg, we begin dying.  We were alive before that moment”.

In the end, there is no separation. We truly are spiritual beings having a human experience.

Lola Helen Prescott was a loving soul whose heart was as big as her smile.  As an amazing artist, Lola’s style reflected her own creative perspective which was absolutely unique. Her love for animals and nature equally matched her love for humanity. She has made a huge, positive difference in the lives of many people and is dearly missed by all. 

See you on the other side, sis.❤

GREGG PRESCOTT: “When You Are Visited By Deceased Loved Ones In Your Dreams”

When You Are Visited By Deceased Loved Ones In Your Dreams

by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Editor, In5D.com

Have you ever been visited by deceased loved ones in your dreams?

In 2011, my sister Lola passed away from kidney failure. Since then, she’s visited me 3 times in my dreams. Each time, she looks beautiful, healthy and as if she’s in her 20’s. Ironically, I have only seen one old person in my dreams and I see myself and others in their 20’s as well (I turn 56 this year).

The first time I saw her, I was climbing up a large staircase to enter some sort of boat, which felt like a Navy-type boat. At the top of the steps, we had to follow a maze-like pathway to get to wherever we were going. As I rounded one corner, I saw my sister standing there talking to a young man in his 20’s. I was smiling at her as she glanced at me, but kept talking to this young man. Eventually, the young man left and I approached my sister and said, “Why didn’t you say anything to me?” She said, “Because it’s not your time (to be here.”

When we cross over to the other side, we become multidimensional. If you were to cross over and see your siblings and parents, they would appear to you as you see them in your mind’s eye.

For me, I see my parents as if they’re in their 40’s in my mind’s eye (younger than I am physically today). If my parents were deceased and I crossed over to the other side, I would still see them as if they were in their 40’s, while my sister would see me at whatever age she sees me as in her mind’s eye. My grandparents would probably see my parents as being much younger than how I see them, but if we were all together, we would all see each other somewhat differently as our perceived ages are merely energy signatures emanating from our souls in conjunction with our cellular DNA imprints.

Shortly after my sister died, my father took her loss especially hard.  He told my mother, “I just wish I could have hugged her one more time.”  That night, he was visited by my sister in his dreams.  She knocked on the door to his house.  When he answered the knock, she was standing there, looking like she was in her 20’s, according to my father.  He asked, “Why did you knock?  Why didn’t you just come in?”  She answered, “Because I just wanted to hug you one last time.”

How can I have loved ones visit me in my dreams?

Some people would love to see their deceased loved ones in their dreams, while others prefer to wait until they cross over to the other side.

If you would like to see a deceased loved one, simple ask your spirit guides and guardian angels to help you make it happen. You may also want to connect your higher self to that of your loved one to grant visitation permission.

According to the work of Jennifer E. Shorter and her doctoral project “Visitation Dreams in Grieving Individuals: A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Relationship Between Dreams and the Grieving” (Shorter, 2009; Palo Alto CA), the following are some common elements of visitation dreams:

The deceased appeared as they did in life rather than as they did when they fell ill. In fact the deceased often appeared much younger or more healthy than when they died. The deceased conveyed reassurance to the dreamer. “I am OK and still with you” This message tended to be conveyed telepathically or mentally rather than via spoken word. The dream structure was NOT disorganized or bizarre. Instead visitation dreams are typically clear, vivid, intense and are experienced as real visits when the dreamer awakens. The dreamer is always changed by the experience. There is resolution of the grieving process and/or a wider spiritual perspective.

They may be visiting you while you’re awake!

Deceased loved ones may send us signs that they’re with us while we are awake. For example, you may be out for a walk and you’ll see a single white feather. Or, you may see many single white feathers throughout your walk.

One time, a single white feather floated through a small rip in my caged pool screen a couple years ago. The first person I thought of was my sister.

You may also get signs that a loved one is nearby when you experience electrical anomalies (e.g. lights flickering or turning on or off, fans turning on and off, etc…).

It is never easy losing a loved one but rest assured that they are healthy, happy, and vibrant!

Have a deceased loved one ever visited you in a dream? If so, comment below!

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