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Old 09-25-11, 08:46 PM   #1
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I dreamt last night (for a very long time) that I had died.. I cant remember what had lead me to die, but I remember while I was dying it was painful. While I was dying I was so stressed about what was going to happen to me (as in will I still have a conciousness). When I passed away, I was in this house (heaven) and it was pleasant. But I missed my mum, dad and my small sister so much! I couldnt believe that I was never going to see them ever again.

Then this lady allowed me to see them once again, and I went to say goodbye ...(this is me being dead).. I remember hugging my mum tightly and crying to my dad. I just couldnt believe I had gone and I would never see them again. I also felt bad for them, they lost a daughter!? Weird.

I woke up around 5 am when mum goes to work - and thanked god it was just a dream. I fell back into the dream when I fell asleep for a while.

Ive always fantasised about death during my low times! Always. Constantly. I have tasted a bit of death too, and I guess I had more to live for. I wasnt afraid to die either and I would probably welcome it. After last nights dream I feel so weird. Like really weird.. I dont want to die.

I wonder what it means!!?
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Old 09-26-11, 01:04 PM   #2
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I die every night in my dreams, but always in horrific ways. I'm being raped or attacked and murdered. They're often very gory, like having my flesh peeled away or being cut up. It never hurts, but it's very scary :(
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Old 10-11-11, 10:12 PM   #3
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This actually isn't difficult to interpret believe it or not. When you dream of your own death symbolizes a somewhat positive development, inner change, a type of transformation, and self-discovery. A reason you are having this dream possibly means you are going through a change in your life and are becoming enlightened. Dreams like these suggest dramatic changes that are about to come in your life, leaving your past behind. Of course you aren't going to leave your family, but leave your old ways and habits. For example you are aware you have someone to live for besides yourself and now need to make the right adjustments in your life. Dying implies of an end of something, not always a physical death.

On the other hand, being that you experience depress thoughts, they will reflect in your dreams. It is common for people who are depressed to feel pain and have sorrowful emotions in their dreams. The reason being is that you are more than likely to suppressing your feeling in the real world. If you are to address your emotions and deal with the change that might come, you will see yourself to heal.
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Old 10-11-11, 11:43 PM   #4
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Babykins, Sorry to hear your not so pleasant dreams - I hope they do come to an end.

Hey Roses! Thank you for that. You may be correct about the whole leaving an old part behind. After being obsessed with my dream I asked a few people and did some research and most of them had said exactly what you did. It makes me feel happy and hopeful for the future - I look forward to it! Ive never been afraid to die, but I never thought of what was going to happen to me more then what was going to happen to others. Thanks again :)
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If there is anything else I'm always a pm away :) I'm happy you understand the core reason of your dream.
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Old 10-19-11, 03:29 AM   #6
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I've had dying dreams many a time but only twice have they been significant enough to actually be ingrained in my memory. Both of those times I actually felt something that I was consciously aware of, and after that feeling I immediately woke up. It wasn't painful, it was a really nice feeling....kind of like ASMR (brain orgasms, in other words :P) or surfacing from being underneath the water. Really weird, but almost pleasant. In the dreams it was never a negative experience either...I was with people I loved and cared for, but they didn't seem upset. We were all actually anticipating the death, eagerly.
Anyway, tis quite interesting!
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