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    yamajii89
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    Omg you hit alot of points there.

    My drive to be wealthy is exactly that! I never want to feel. Hungry or be homless ever again.

    And yeah the past 1 month or so ive been slacking and i do fear that if i dont do something soon, something bads gonna happen.

    I think shes just a memory in my head.

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    And yeah the past 1 month or so ive been slacking and i do fear that if i dont do something soon, something bads gonna happen.
    yes, see to it immediately. have someone help you if you can't pick all the slack alone.

    i had a dream with similar implications when i was feeling so overwhelmed with my burdens that i started to postpone...and postpone...and postpone my responsibilities...then i dreamt that i was sleeping in a tiny glass loft with an iron structure to hold the glass panes. just before i woke up i noticed that it didn't even have a floor. the only thing that was keeping me from falling was that my back and leg were pressed against the iron rods that held the glass panes. it freaked me out so much that i started to pick the slack immediately.

    i think the shaking your shoulder could be a "snap out of it and hurry to meet your responsibilities" gesture.

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    Had nice dreams about friends family who are now gone. One was surfing a giant tsunami into LA. Great view. Then the usual running then suddenly taking off and flying around. Not normal?
    Quote Originally Posted by yamajii89 [Register to see the link]
    We often play sports and video games, or go swiming to the beach sometimes even go to another world.

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    I think it's time to write her a letter. If she has a plot, go visit.

    It's so hard to lose a dear friend that has seen you at your worst and best, and stuck by you.

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    Well, I'm open to the idea that consciousness is more than we assume, and is not limited to our body being awake or alive. I've heard plenty of suggestions that we can visit those who've crossed over in our dream state, and for some people, even in waking state with our awareness or imagination. There are so many stories if you go looking for them, in books, online. Bruce Moen and Robert Moss are a couple of authors in this area, and Robert Monroe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by journeynow [Register to see the link]
    Well, I'm open to the idea that consciousness is more than we assume, and is not limited to our body being awake or alive. I've heard plenty of suggestions that we can visit those who've crossed over in our dream state, and for some people, even in waking state with our awareness or imagination. There are so many stories if you go looking for them, in books, online. Bruce Moen and Robert Moss are a couple of authors in this area, and Robert Monroe.
    I believe this, and I have a rather eerie story to share about that.

    Back when I was living in a very small apt in New York City, I would experience "sleep paralysis," below is a short description of what it is:

    "when the brain and body aren't quite on the same page when it comes to sleep. During rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, dreaming is frequent, but the body's muscles are relaxed to the point of paralysis, perhaps to keep people from acting out their dreams."

    Anyway, while in this state, which was quite unnerving because I experienced it every single night (or even during the day if I took a nap), I felt paralyzed, couldn't move, couldn't speak. I would feel the bed shaking though, which really freaked me out.

    My boyfriend at the time witnessed it once when he was over during the day and I was napping. He said the bed was not shaking but I was; I was also trying to cry out but nothing would come out but little wimpers.

    He immediately shook me to wake me up.

    Also during this time, strange things were happening, often times I would smell a strange, but fragrant perfume (like roses), and little things would fall off my shelf. The curtains on my windows would suddenly move like a breeze came through or something (when there was no breeze).

    Anyway, I lived there for 2 years and I would say this happened almost every single night!

    The day I moved out, I mentioned to my landlord what I had experienced, and he told me the tenant who lived there prior to me was a young lady and she committed suicide in the apartment. I asked how and he said she drowned herself in the bathtub.

    So was "she" still there somehow, not being able to fully transition over? Was she trying to send a message "through" me or something?

    I wish so bad I would have known what I know now, and talked to her, asked her who she was, how I could help her transition over.

    This all sounds so hokey, but I truly believe in this stuff!

    OR maybe it was just a dream, guess I will never know.

    What's interesting though is that after I moved out, I NEVER experienced this again.

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    Thanks for the thought everyone.. Feels goos sharing this.. Also ive decided to see a specialist about it.

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