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woody5000



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 2:31 am    Post subject: Sister woke me up from my dream Reply with quote

(I posted the dream on my dream journal so it should be possible to find it)
Hi Everyone, completely new to this site and the forums (lots of spam here)

So there were 4 special things about this dream for me.
1. There was a mirror involved, which I can't recall ever dreaming about. It reflected the scene accurately. Which I've always been told, mirrors don't do in dreams.
2. My Sister was freaking out about "going to find the yaght (or hunt, the word used could mean both). She was clearly upset, and think she held my mother as partly responsible. (Me and my sisters all love my mother, but we know she has issues and makes life unnecessarily unpleasant/hard sometimes)
3. A character in the dream (my sister) woke me up, by running me towards the mirror. Normally characters in my dream aren't that active, unless they're a monster, and they've never been so urgent about something as my sister was.
4. The way of waking up was also odd for me. When I wake myself up from my dream I do it by making a jerking motion with your body (took me years to learn how to do that.)

I woke up with temporary sleep paralysis which is normal for me when I suddendly wake up from a dream. (Trained myself to get out of them, can do it in a minute or so)
What really is getting to me was the urgency of my sister. It feels wrong to just push it aside as a dream. As I feel like my sister needs me.
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Colu12



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well ! It's a kind of precognitive dream my dear. Your worries can be understood well. But no need to worry. All you need to have a proper counseling regarding your dreams.
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panistefanin



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2017 2:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello! Very interesting topic, thank you raised it
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