My grandfather died of heart related problems when I was 13. I was devastated by his passing, and didn't really know how to morn. I kept talking to him, (still do), kept him in my prayers and tried to move on. Some time after he died, I dreamt of him. He was wearing a blue suit (I've never seen him in a suit before), I don't remember much about that dream, I believe he was trying to convey he was all right.
A couple years later I dreamt of my Papa again, this time he had a warning, he said "you need to go to the doctor, you were born with an illness and it needs to be addressed" or something to that effect. When I awoke I told my mother and she said that it was just a dream and not to let it upset me.
I dreamt of him later on and he was at a pick nick with my grandmother and other living people. I was the only one who could see him. (He was always deceased in my dreams), and in this dream he asked me to check on my grandmother and make sure she wasn't too lonely as she has yet to remarry.
I still dream of him periodically. I have since been diagnosed with a heart malady but one that I'm told is not serious and can be treated with life time medication. I do visit my grandmother much more than I used to, and I know she appreciates it as she is very lonely. One more little interesting tid-bit, I went to visit my papa's grave, only I wasn't sure where it was, I remembered it was by a tree, but there are undoubtedly several trees at any given cemetery. I was on my search for about thirty minutes when I decided to give up, I had a long drive home, and I needed to get a move on. Just as I was turning to leave, I tripped over a headstone and fell onto my hands and knees, and low and behold who was looking up at me... My grandfather of course, his grave stone had his portrait etched into it, and there he was smiling back at me as if he had just done something mischievous which I believe he had, anyways I laid my flowers and left, chuckling and marveling over the experience all the way home.
Does anyone have an opinion on whether my grandfather's warning is beyond my mild medical condition?