Death Dreams

Discussion in 'Dreams' started by MexicanFlowerChild, May 19, 2004.

  1. Last night i had a dream where someone drop a bomb and i died...its really weird because i also had a dream like 2 weeks ago where someone killed me and i died... so when i die all i see is black and i start thinkin of what's going to happen next...that happen in both dreams that i died...so if any1 has any comments or whatever please post them...thanks
     
  2. randy_savage

    randy_savage Member

    Hmm...since you are very young, I assume you always have that curiosity of life-after-death. Correct me if I'm wrong.

    However, according to my experience, the dream you had can be categorized into 'a good dream' category. Delightfully, your visions in the dream actually symbolized that you will have a very long life ( maybe your age will reach 80 to 100 years). You can bet on that.

    Since you had the same kond of dream twice, that definitely confirm that you will have that longer life. However, in order to gain that, you must be a kind-hearted person, meaning you must help anybody that needs your help in the future. For that, your destiny will be fulfilled.

    That's all my interpretation. Eventhough I am new in this forum, you can trust on this. I cross my fingers.

    Hope you satisfy with it.... :)
     
  3. awww thanks...that's a relief...people were telling me that if i dream about dying that something bad was going to happen...and you were right...im always thinking about life after death...well thanks for your help....
    Peace and Love...
     
  4. pandiebeer

    pandiebeer Member

    Bombs (or bombers): These represent a threat to your way of life which you can avert by judicious action

    Death: If you dreamed of being dead yourself, it indicates an approaching release from all your worries and / or a recovery from illness. To dream of a death frequently signifies news of a birth

    That's what my dream book says about it.
     

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