By: Mary in NJ
This is a recent situation I had about 2 weeks ago. I recently have been going thru a medical problem with my finger and had surgery. Today, they are not sure what is wrong with it and I am still waiting for second testing to come back. But about a week and half after the surgery, I had been worried just because I am afraid and want to heal and be ok. I tend to go a bit overboard at times, but as we all know, things in the medical world can become what you never thought they were easily.
Anyway, I dreamt one morning of my finger, wrapped in gauze and surrounding it was this bright white light. I didnt see myself in the dream nor did I see anyone else, other than another finger touching mine while wrapped in gauze. It was a womans voice, telling me " see it is healing" as she touched the top of it with hers. That was the dream, very short. I remember feeling such relief in my dream that I thought this had to be a sign from my worrying and prayers. That was 2 weeks ago and although I am still waiting for more medical information, I cant help but go back to that dream for peace and confidence. This could have all been from my worry and hearing what I wanted to hear, but I dont have dreams like that and never really did. I hope this was an angel at my side and that things will be ok. I do believe, its just hard when you are worrying all the time to keep constant positive focus. Thank you for reading this. I hope it helps you in some way as well. God Bless.
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