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The childhood dream

  1. May 22, 2009 #1

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    yes, just one unique dream. you do see a lot of dreams of course through your childhood, but did you see one special dream that you’ll never forget? Kind of mysterious, unknown .. I don’t know sort of that?

    and my main point of this is that [if you do remember or recognize such a dream], do you believe it is related somehow to who you’re gona be in your future life?! or if you are already old enough[for you grannies :biggrin:] could/did you figure out that it was related to who you've became!!

    it’s just I do concern a lot about that one dream of mine [won’t tell it]


    anything about this, anyone?
     
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  3. May 22, 2009 #2

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    hey!! I though Scepticism & Debunking was the perfect place to post this!!:grumpy:


    geee..............never mind:uhh:
     
  4. May 22, 2009 #3

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    S&D is for claims of and evidence for unexplained phenomena, not faith-based beliefs.

    You should read the posting guidelines before posting.
     
  5. May 22, 2009 #4

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    hold your horses man, ok ok [was joking:shy:]. it's just I read a couple of threads there about dreams and I assumed that I should post there



    and you guys don't tend to talk about alians or so, this is serious
     
  6. May 22, 2009 #5

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    We only discuss the potential for aliens from a credible scientific perspective.

    As I said, read the rules before posting. Penalties may be issued for posting crackpot theories.
     
  7. May 22, 2009 #6

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    sure:smile:, but I meant don’t make fun of this
     
  8. May 23, 2009 #7
    When about 7-10 yrs old, I dreamed about my parents dying in a car accident. I found it quite scary and started crying because it looked so real.

    I still haven't quite understood (hence mysterious) how my reaction would be on the deaths of people who were near me in the past/present (or I were/am dependent upon them once) so I recall that dream to see if my response is still the same or different. Obviously, it's different and would be more different in the future. (As for now, it wouldn't be scary but I might cry a little)
     
  9. May 23, 2009 #8
    When I was a toddler, I dreamt that I was in the future and there was someone called twizzle or fizzle,it was something like that but I don't remember the name exactly.Anyway this wizzle, or whatever the name was,asked me about the dream I was having and just as I was about to reply I woke up.
     
  10. May 23, 2009 #9

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    I had that odd dream when I was seven years old also my younger brother dreamed of a bizarre one when he was 8 ys old. However, could these dreams predict the future of our lives [in a general manner]; mentally, physically, emotionally..etc, or show you the way you would feel towards yourself in your future? It’s kinda complicated, I tried to search for it, but seems like there’s no studies on child’s dream predicting his/her future. though, there’s a lot of researches/books about dreams [I think of adults] predicting the future, so I thought you guys may have something to shear or any info about it.




    you ……… uhhhhhhhhhhhhh, I was excited when I read the first sentence, but I relies later the sense of humor you have:grumpy:, not gona say any more
     
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