Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Uh-oh, what's going on?

I dreamt that I refused to enter the well-decorated building because of its eerie past; only a handful of people knew about it.

A group of friends had dragged me there for a praise and worship session. There were lots of singing and praying involved. When I left the room with the intention of relieving myself, walking in the diagonally opposite direction was someone with his head bowed and eyes on the floor. 


It frightened me, really frightened me so much that I forced myself up. No sweat, just numbness.

To think that I had this kind of ghostly dream in the month of the Hungry Ghost is creepy. In the previous place, I've never had such a dream during the Lunar 7th month... so does this mean that someone's house has an unseen boarder?

*shudders at the thought of it*

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    1. Hey suituapui, it does sound possible as I've almost lost my temper a couple of times resolving something on someone's behalf.

      But ... if I have the same dream after (that matter) has been resolved, I really don't know what to make of it.

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  2. Hi!!
    What a scary dream!! Relax yourself and eat cheese before sleeping, it seems helping having nice dreams!! :)

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    1. Hey Laura, it definitely was. Jade (my friend) herself had a dream far worse than mine, though. I'll give it a try tonight. =)

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  3. What a scary dream!!
    I think maybe you're worried about something.
    Eat cheese before sleeping, it seems to help having nice dreams! :)
    Lau

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    1. You're right; I'm worried about a whole load of things at this current time.

      I really need to allow my brain to cut some slack at times. I don't want to dream of ghosts - not in the near months, anyway.

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  4. What a scary dream!!
    I think maybe you're worried about something.
    Eat cheese before sleeping, it seems to help having nice dreams! :)
    Lau

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    1. What kind of cheese do you mean? Cottage, cream or the block one? I wish I could eat some of it but I haven't found the time to buy that little pack of cream cheese yet. *sigh*

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  5. I think it's great to keep a dream journal like this! You can sort out all that you're thinking of and resolve anything that needs resolving. :)

    Unfortunately, I can't remember most of my dreams.

    All the best! :)

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    1. Thanks, HB. That was what I figured when I started out as a blogger. It allows me to ponder on past dreams and slowly decipher the hidden messages. Most of the time, it works but other times, it doesn't.

      This isn't the worst dream I've had; witnessing a friend's murder is.

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    2. Wow that must have been quite intense. :x

      Sorry to hear that.

      Have you experienced a lucid dream before? A real one? It's very elusive I've only had it once, as a kid.

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    3. It was as worrying as it was intense.

      Most of the dreams posted on the blog are lucid ones. If you're talking about a real one, I think I've had a couple before but that was a long time ago...

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  6. I don't like watching scary movie and i think i'll be super disturb if i dream something like that...

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    1. Me too, Smitten. I've had it happened to me before. I had watch "Celebrity Ghost Stories" and the next thing I knew, I was dreaming of ghosts.

      But this time's different, I didn't watch any scary movies or dramas before I had this dream. Oh, yes, dreaming of a headless and limbless ghost in a pilot uniform is terribly disturbing...

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