Dreams, are on my mind all the time. I was listening to the radio and heard about a woman that had a dream about her husband cheating on her, then killed him; and yes it is true. I read an article about a woman beating her boyfriend half to death with a baseball bat, because of a dream she had that he was cheating on her. Turns out, he really did cheat on her; Some type of telepathic connection.
I’ve personally, woken up from dreams where I’ve been covered in cold sweats, thinking someone or something was trying to kill me.
Sadly, I remember a time I ended up on the couch sleeping. My girlfriend at the time had a dream of me cheating on her. I remember being cozy, warm, and sleeping under the blankets, then being violently kicked out of my bed hitting the floor; in the middle of the night no less. I do recall later asking her, who I was cheating on her with? I was curious about the answer, but magically, she forgot about that embarrassing night.
The amazing part about dreams, is our mind. Our brain tricks us, giving us senses in the dream that just feel too real to not be real.
I'm intrigued at the fact that dreams have a large impact on our daily lives, at least from my point of view. If I wake up with a good dream in my head, I feel pretty good throughout the day. Bad dreams, well let’s say I don’t feel the enthusiasm I normally would when I wake up. If there is a day I don’t remember a dream when I’m waking up in the morning, forget about it. It feels like the world might be ending, and I can’t hit my snooze button fast enough on the alarm clock.
My favorite dreams, are the ones that motivate me to get up and write about them in detail. Possibly, turn it into my next book at any moment, or an idea that gives me energy for hours while I write or keeps me inspired throughout the day.
I'm interested in hearing your thoughts, on your dreams, anything similar, or embarrassing that you laugh at now?
Dreams have a profound way of waking us up