A DAY IN THE LIFE
Hi, and welcome to the board, Artemis. Well, sounds like "days in the life of a sensitive." That could be a soap opera title, or a novel or something, lol.
Let's see, looks like you had a precog day
(which feels like deja vu; could have been a timeline shift as well, --sensitives can sense those, too), and you had a residual energy day
, a spirit visit day
, and a sleep paralysis day
, I should say, haha.
I kind of chuckled at your residual energy vignette (the noose story) because it reminded me of one of many experiences of residual energy I've had when visiting the "Old Town" district where I live. It's a popular tourist attraction of quaint buildings built in the 1800s by the gold mining community. I was particularly "on" at this one point in my life and couldn't shut it off, so to speak (seems you know what I'm talking about, lol). One day I started to walk into this store, and paused to "look" at a little blond boy, maybe 6 or 7, picking up horse poop from the horses which were hitched to a post outside the store.
Yet the hitch post, the horses standing in a row hitched to it, and the enterprising little boy (I think the shop keeper had paid him for his services, which made him more than happy to do this work) ...none of them were there. This was activity that happened 150 years or so ago that I was seeing! This was residual energy. I also saw a spot on the grass where several men on horses shot a guy execution style, who was kneeling with his hands tied behind his back (he must have stolen something very valuable --?). And there was a creepy back alley of what is now a restaurant where I saw that a man had been dragged and beaten up by a group of drunk bullies. It appeared that he died there. The wild, wild West, indeed.
"Gold Rush Days" actors, reinacting the crazy shenanigans of the
mining folks. Personally, I could do without this stuff, but tourists
love it, and the attendance is quite high for these activities.
SEEMS SO REAL
So yeah, that noose you saw probably was
, in fact, the cause of someone's death. So the vibration of that spot will always be strong. "Sensitives" like you will always pick such things up, while others not so sensitive will happily walk right by it without feeling a thing. It's exactly like what the lady that wrote the "Sad House" post
(working link viewtopic.php?f=13&t=24065&p=174391#p174391
) in this forum experienced: the stagnant energy of a property made her sick and anxious, yet didn't bother her fiance one bit.
It's very difficult for sensitives to get through a given day if they don't reign in their abilities, and learn to ground and center their consciousnesses. Otherwise, we jump at every little thing we sense. The Sad House lady wondered whether there was a malevolent spirit there, just as you felt like someone or something was sitting on your chest during your sleep paralysis. It can be that real
, that salient. Just a heads' up: one or more of your children, if you ever have any, will most likely inherit the same psychic sensitivity you have, so get ready for it, haha.
As far as the ghost lady goes, try to find out who she is. Perhaps she is a past relative, simply delighting in your art work, etc. It might have been an interest of hers when she was alive. If not, maybe she is just a stranger ghost who resonates with your energy for whatever reason. If she isn't bothering you, ignore her. If she is, tell her you really need her out of your space.