More Experiences While In Hospital

More Experiences While In Hospital

  • kneeling: I have knelt to several people, first to the man mentioned below, than a second man, then another guy, then a girl, and I have bowed to several people. It was a necessity. I have also humbly knelt to my doctor and prayed in front of someone and spoke in tongues.
  • This was one experience I witnessed. So the man mentioned above said to me “Do no wake me up in the morning”. I acquiesced, although the intention I had with it was good. A previous conversation with this patient I had mentioned that it was important to not sleep all day because it makes you miss out on opportunities. He challenged and said they meds are making him sleepy, but I countered for him to take ownership. Then the same day he told me not to wake him up, he told another person whom I had called “John” and foretold that he would be a visionary. And he was pleased with that. And so this man told “John” not to wake up him. Apparently, John woke him up. Intrigued, the man asked “John” why he woke him up. Well, John matter of factly said “You told me to wake you up”. Now, it is quite possible that “John heard the wrong thing”, but he was able to interpret it the correct way. So then I mentioned it to this man and said, “You said the wrong thing but God turned it into good. You can do no wrong.”

There have been several tactile experiences that I would like to explain

  • Sometimes I feel a ping on my eye and then I know I am suppose to see something important. Usually on left but sometimes on right. Not sure which side means what yet.
  • Sometimes I get a ping on either leg. Usually it indicates to move or that I will be moving somewhere. The ping can be on either left although slightly more on the left.
  • Sometimes I get a weird throat sensation and that’s when I pray aloud
  • Sometimes I feel too cold even though my temperature is good so I believe it is spiritual or my heart. I take a blanket or take a bath
  • Sometimes my hands are sweaty and I point then upwards and walk, allowing them to dry as well as pray for God to rain down his love.
  • Sometimes I get a pain in my throat and I think it means I can’t say it even if I want to.
  • Sometimes when I feel thirsty and water doesn’t quench it, I read the bible.
  • Sometimes when I feel hungry, I do something good because I am actually hungry for righteousness
  • There is a guy (I will call him Greg) who came in on the 23rd or 24th of March with something interesting happening in his life – he lost everything. And not only did someone steal his car keys, and lost all of his money, but he had to give up his house and dog. Furthermore, he felt as if it was a message for someone. And he showed us pictures where there was missing water pipes and missing things. He is an engineer and older, with no history of mental illness. So this is not normal and they are going to study him more. I am wondering if I need to say something.