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Your dreams?

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Sorry, I didn’t see it at first because it got quoted within quote so couldn’t tell at first. I am using the protected shield after the incident this past December. I never even knew such a thing existed before as physic shield so I wanted to give it a try.

As to the small dots of sparkling lights, I believe it’s one of my family members who passed away because I started noticing it on the same night of the death. Never noticed it before. Wasn't even aware of such things to be honest.
I'd never heard of it either, till I researched it afterwards!  I thought it was a relative too! I never had any fear.....I was too busy being amazed. Lol
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Hand on heart, every dream or nightmare I have can be explained by events/conversations/thoughts I've had earlier in the day, or within a couple of days.
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On the other hand, I've had many, many dreams which had nothing to do with my waking life and its surroundings. I don’t think at all one person’s dream accounts for all dreams in general. In fact, it’s a very simplistic approach to complex matters for one. And on top of that, we have no reason to dream while we are asleep.
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^ If we're intuitive enough - we take what we need, and discard the rest. 
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^ If we're intuitive enough - we take what we need, and discard the rest. 

Absolutely. I completely agree.
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On the other hand, I've had many, many dreams which had nothing to do with my waking life and its surroundings. I don’t think at all one person’s dream accounts for all dreams in general. In fact, it’s a very simplistic approach to complex matters for one. And we on top of that, we have no reason to dream while we are asleep.

I have not had any dream that has had nothing to do with my 'waking life.'
I know what I know about myself, and I know not about anyone else.
Sorry to sound so 'simplistic.'
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I have not had any dream that has had nothing to do with my 'waking life.'
I know what I know about myself, and I know not about anyone else.
Sorry to sound so 'simplistic.'
It's not simplistic - it's your experience.  I have dreams that make no sense, and that's my experience.
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Caz
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Hand on heart, every dream or nightmare I have can be explained by events/conversations/thoughts I've had earlier in the day, or within a couple of days.

Most of mine too Linda! I can immediately recognise what caused the dream! I rarely have bad dreams either, in fact I quite often have funny ones and wake myself up laughing!  w00t
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I have not had any dream that has had nothing to do with my 'waking life.'
I know what I know about myself, and I know not about anyone else.
Sorry to sound so 'simplistic.'

We just believe in different things, Scot based on our different experiences. In the end, there’s only on truth out there and we will all find out one way or another. Some take the longer route; some shorter.
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I think our brain is a computer that unscrambles at the end of the day.

My son has explained deja vu to me (which made complete sense at the time, but my brain cells didn't manage to retain.)

I used to be a very spiritual person, always looking for meaning in my life. That was a phase in my life I have passed through. It was a long route with many curves and junctions.

The human brain is like a highly complex piece of machinery in our bodies. Brain surgery can change human behaviours and interpretations of events, and our senses. That's a fact.

I'm really not knowledgeable enough to discuss this with any conviction. I'm just saying for ME, my life journey has brought me here. And I'm completely at peace.

I'm not judging anyone else at all, and it's always interesting to read everyone's posts. Smile
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I think our brain is a computer that unscrambles at the end of the day.

My son has explained deja vu to me (which made complete sense at the time, but my brain cells didn't manage to retain.)

I used to be a very spiritual person, always looking for meaning in my life. That was a phase in my life I have passed through. It was a long route with many curves and junctions.

The human brain is like a highly complex piece of machinery in our bodies. Brain surgery can change human behaviours and interpretations of events, and our senses. That's a fact.

I'm really not knowledgeable enough to discuss this with any conviction. I'm just saying for ME, my life journey has brought me here. And I'm completely at peace.

I'm not judging anyone else at all, and it's always interesting to read everyone's posts. Smile
Can I ask what swayed you from being Spiritual? 
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Just worked out the facts in my life, Elly.

When I took a step back and viewed it dispassionately, it all made sense.
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Just worked out the facts in my life, Elly.

When I took a step back and viewed it dispassionately, it all made sense.

Life is hard, Linda, no doubt.  My husband died when my kids were approaching 16.  I didn't know which way to turn.  My world, literally fell apart.  I'm not comparing or looking for sympathy - but you just have to try to find a way forward and stay strong.  x
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I think it's very difficult for people to 'really' believe until they have an 'in your face' experience for themselves! I know I didn't, though I really wanted to!
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Life is hard, Linda, no doubt.  My husband died when my kids were approaching 16.  I didn't know which way to turn.  My world, literally fell apart.  I'm not comparing or looking for sympathy - but you just have to try to find a way forward and stay strong.  x

Very sorry to hear it, Elly. How did you cope? Did you get married again?
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