This just happened to me last night:
I was lying in bed with the lights off going through some emails on my phone when I hear a loud popping noise followed by something hard hitting the ceiling and then hitting me in the forehead. I sat up really fast and turned on the lamp, I sat there looking around my room thinking to myself "what the hell was that?". Then I noticed that a bottle of water that I had sitting on my nightstand was missing the cap. This cap is what probably hit me in the head, I don't know where the cap bounced off to, I did not get up to look for it but I'm sure the bottle of water had the cap on when I went to bed and turned off the lamp. I have absolutely no idea how it uncapped, flew up, hit the ceiling and then bounced down to hit me in the forehead. The only content in the bottle was water; it did not look like it had been squeezed and the bottle was sitting upright, no water had been spilled.
I laid right back but this time left the light on and went right back to reading emails. This is when I started feeling a touching sensation on my feet, instead of kicking my feet, as I've done before, I stayed still and turned to look at my feet and saw that the blanket was very slowly moving up my feet exposing them. I was slow in reacting, I just sat there staring at my feet for a few seconds until reality hit me and I flew up and ran out of the room. I didn't want to scare my son so I stayed outside my bedroom mustering the courage to go back in. Needless to say, sleep was a long time coming.
This happened a couple of days ago:
I had a friend over and we were going to have tea; I was standing by the stove waiting for the water to boil, she was sitting on a stool at the breakfast bar talking to me. Suddenly, one of the burners just lights up and freaks us both out. No idea how that happened, I had been standing there for at least 5 minutes and never touched any of the knobs except for the one where the teapot was, the knob for the burner that turned on by itself was not near the one that was already lit.
Also happened a few days ago:
I was using the restroom and I hear light knocking on the door so I tell my son, "wait, I'll be done in a minute". I'm washing my hands when I hear the knocking again, this time louder, so now I'm upset and yell "I said to wait, If you can't wait go downstairs and use the other restroom"! Both times I didn't hear anything back. When I get out I could hear my son in his bedroom so I go in and tell him the bathroom is now free, he looks at me like I'm weird and says "okay?". I told him "well it sure sounded like you couldn't wait". He swears he never knocked on the bathroom door. He and I were the only ones home; the cat was sound asleep in my son's bedroom.
My kids were out with friends one day, I was the only one home. I was in bed reading a book when I hear someone outside my bedroom say "mommy". I automatically answer "yes, I'm in here". Then there was silence at which point I remembered my kids are not home, sadly they don't call me mommy anymore, and my kids are teenagers, the voice that I heard was that of a much younger child.
I have no idea what is going on. I've had paranormal incidents happen to me before but things had been quiet for a long time. I can't really pinpoint what has stirred things up. I have some weird stuff going on in my house in Mexico right now but all of these incidents have happened to me in my house in California. Psychics have told before me that I have a "very bright and powerful light" and that I attract ghosts both good and bad. To be honest, I never believed them because I don't have any "special" abilities that they talk about or at least I don't know how to use them or even begin to know what they are. I don't really think I want to know. I don't want any random ghosts in my house and if it's a dead relative then that's even worse because I feel they are here to warn me about something, or if they're here to comfort me that means I'm going to need comforting. I also don't like the idea of them having any unfinished business, I want them to be at peace.
I did a house cleansing in the house in Mexico a couple of weeks ago, don't know if it worked since I haven't been back since then. I'm going back this weekend, hopefully it worked.
My question is this, could I have brought these ghosts with me from my other house when I did the cleansing?
Things have calmed down a bit. I did do the second cleansing, it seemed to make it worse for a couple of days and then it settled down. We won't hear anything for a few days and then we hear footsteps coming up the stairs (day and night). I lost my keys for two days and then they re-appeared in the kitchen counter. I don't know if we've gotten used to it but they don't scare us as much anymore. Or maybe it's a different entity, but the atmosphere feels lighter.
My daughter is doing much better. Her dad and I separated a couple of years ago and it was around that time that we found out that she was cutting herself. My oldest daughter saw her and told me immediately. We got her help and she stopped doing it. She had stopped going to therapy and now she is back because of sleep paralysis and sleep walking. The therapy helps her deal and cope with stress which is what provokes the sleeping disorders. It's very scary because if you know her you would say she's a very happy girl, you would never know that she's going through a lot of stress she can't handle. She was a typical teenager that would much rather talk to someone else than the parent. It's actually gotten a lot better, I'm able to talk to her and we're very close now. I just have to keep an eye on her. As to whether the house haunts her, I'm not sure if that's the case or if her energy is what causes the house to be haunted. I know, it sounds crazy but I have been doing a lot of reading about this and it actually makes sense.
I will continue with the house cleansing, it does seem to help. My mom is visiting me in the next couple of weeks, she will make sure to get a priest to bless my residences. I will do anything I have to to keep my children happy and carefree.
Thank you so much for your concern, I appreciate it.