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Offline persimmon

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Re: Do you believe in “signs”
« Reply #30 on: October 05, 2019, 10:35:57 PM »
Someone mentioned paying attention to the supposed sign, writing it down and filing it away for later review, instead of obsessing about it (not that we would ever obsess! lol). I think that's wise. I've known people who keep dream journals and such, for just that purpose, but sometimes we won't know what any individual thing meant until all of the puzzle pieces come together.

You know how some people always catch the clock at 11:11? I have the misfortune of always catching the clock at the time that corresponds with my POI's birthday. What this means, I don't know, but it's been going on for years now, with consistency. It could very well mean nothing at all.

I don’t really understand it. For some, signs mean nothing but for others something becomes of them.

I guess it really depends on if you’re actively looking for the signs? Or what is a sign? I think if you ask the universe to show you something specific as a sign then you’re going to see it because you’re looking. I think a sign can also be a push for you to do something about the situation as well, if you haven’t already.


I agree, I think sometimes we can see signs and try and make them fit often times. It is really hard to tell if a sign is genuine or pure coincidence. I remember having lots of dreams on my ex last year about him being sad over me and none of it happened.. My guess is, I wanted him to be missing me blah blah so what I have been wanting in my mind or thinking about often happens in dreams, doesn't mean it will happen or is a sign. A reader told me recently that just thinking of our POI will synchronise things like seeing his name pop up everywhere or signs related to him as you are making an invisible energetic link by just thinking about him.

That's a really good point, Star. Our subconscious is more powerful than we may even realize.

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Re: Do you believe in “signs”
« Reply #31 on: October 05, 2019, 11:55:02 PM »
Someone mentioned paying attention to the supposed sign, writing it down and filing it away for later review, instead of obsessing about it (not that we would ever obsess! lol). I think that's wise. I've known people who keep dream journals and such, for just that purpose, but sometimes we won't know what any individual thing meant until all of the puzzle pieces come together.

You know how some people always catch the clock at 11:11? I have the misfortune of always catching the clock at the time that corresponds with my POI's birthday. What this means, I don't know, but it's been going on for years now, with consistency. It could very well mean nothing at all.

I don’t really understand it. For some, signs mean nothing but for others something becomes of them.

I guess it really depends on if you’re actively looking for the signs? Or what is a sign? I think if you ask the universe to show you something specific as a sign then you’re going to see it because you’re looking. I think a sign can also be a push for you to do something about the situation as well, if you haven’t already.


I agree, I think sometimes we can see signs and try and make them fit often times. It is really hard to tell if a sign is genuine or pure coincidence. I remember having lots of dreams on my ex last year about him being sad over me and none of it happened.. My guess is, I wanted him to be missing me blah blah so what I have been wanting in my mind or thinking about often happens in dreams, doesn't mean it will happen or is a sign. A reader told me recently that just thinking of our POI will synchronise things like seeing his name pop up everywhere or signs related to him as you are making an invisible energetic link by just thinking about him.

That's a really good point, Star. Our subconscious is more powerful than we may even realize.

Thanks.

 

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