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Offline Blue

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If you vividly dream about a specific situation happening that you do not want to experience, what could this mean?  :-\

Offline Deb

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"The dream state provides you with a preliminary stage in which working hypotheses can be creatively formed and tried out in a context of playfulness. Still, the dreams that you have and recall, and the resulting solution of many problems, represent only the surface layer of dream activity. To follow yourself into your own dreams is a fascinating endeavor, and there in the dream context you can become aware of the working of your own consciousness. [...] If you do not trust your waking self you will not trust your dreaming self, and the landscape of your dreams will appear threatening. Your belief that dreams are unpleasant can make them so, or at best you will only remember frightening dream events."
—NoPR Chapter 20: Session 671, June 21, 1973

Maybe you were doing just that? Exploring various probabilities and you just remember the outcome you don't want because of strong emotions involved?

Offline strangerthings

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It is also possible to edit your "bad dreams" and have faith that it has changed.

It is like doing psy time. Only you change the bad dream into something else more desirable.

I have only done this a few times. Seems to have worked.


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