Sangoma Nzama Maluleke urges a reader to make things right with her mom after both her children dreamed about her.
A MOTHER was left horrified when her two children had remarkably similar nightmares one night.
She stated her kids didn’t live together yet they both had nightmares about their gogo on the same night.
She wrote: “One stated my mother got upset with some individuals who were in her home and threatened them that they’ll see who she is.
“The other youngster stated my mother was unhappy with me for claiming that I’m the eldest in the home and questioned why I let things to get out of hand.”
The SunReader stated according to one of her children, her mom departed with a warning.
“She said if I don’t do things correctly, she would take me on 8 January, so I better do the right thing,” stated the lady.
Nzama pushed the lady to make things right with her mother, whether she was living or dead.
“The dream makes it apparent that there are unsolved things that need to be handled to sooner rather than later,” stated Nzama.
“If her mother is still living, she ought to pull herself closer to her and have a meaningful, honest conversation.” Nzama stated if the mother had died, the lady needed to visit her grave and speak to her.
“She may bring snuff to her grave and talk to her. Appeasing the ancestors in circumstances of this sort is extremely essential since we are human and frequently make mistakes,” added the sangoma.
“When she does rituals, she must speaks her mum’s name and begs for pardon and peace.”
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