I have an odd situation.
My dear sister who has always had rather accurate and vivid dreams, recently viewed my dad’s very imminent death. She’s been doing some major medical and psychological/spiritual work of the white light variety (naturopathy, kinesiology, reflexology, muscle testing, etc.) after resurfacing trauma from a rather unpleasant abusive childhood started to drive her mad. So, after this viewing, she got a wild hair up her ass to ask God for more specifics. The woman is still Christian albeit very liberal now. She decided to use muscle testing which she learned to diagnose her food allergies to “ask God.” She thinks that this is a tool he provides her.
Anywho…she got a time window, probable cause, division of assets, and a lot more. BUT…
- She is invested in the outcome of each question
- She has serious daddy issues
- She ponders the situation frequently
Obviously, if this actually is a means of divination for her, which is likely, it seems a rather dangerous thing for someone still prone to depression, migraines, major fatigue, with a lot of latent rage, guilt, and self-loathing. Especially, since she knows shit about divination or any occult practice in the first place. However, I’m stoked that another tiny chunk of her religion has crumbled and I don’t want to rain on her parade. …This just seems heavy to be experimenting with unwittingly. I’m at a loss… she’s become one of my best friends and I don’t want to fuck that up. I’ve barely started experimenting with divining this way, since she filled me in, but I also know its not Jesus, along with following some real guidelines.
I suppose I COULD let it ride and see what happens. BUT DAMN! If she is right about the imminent death thing, there could be time to talk the man into some medical testing. But, that could mean his last days enduring a lot of pharmaceutical bs, having a ton of medications pumped down him, horrible tests, blowing through his savings, major stress. If it was me, I’d prefer the sudden dropping dead. Especially if I never had a good day or any self-worth.
And, it seems like he knows something is up anyhow. He’s changed to a more loving church, is working on his marriage, apologized to me and my siblings for his pisspoor parenting (never saw the man cry before), attempting to eat better, forcing himself to take a vacations, trying to be social, struggling to spend time with the family…in short, aiming for a personality overhaul. I’m a huge supporter!
Life’s little conundrums are what make it fun, though. Any advice would be fabulous…