just woke up from this awful nightmare...im laying here with a clear mind then all of a sudden i have this drem about my son, daugther, fiance' , and me trapped in my house,,,ok so its this spirit that i see sitting at the bottom of my steps...i run upstairs past her to check on everyone...my baby boy just keep crying and crying and crying, my daugther is just standing in the hallway asking me whats wrong..but i couldn't answer her...so i peep out my bedroom window,,to see 8 spirits digging for 4 graves....i run back down stairs and the spirit that was sitting at the bottom of my stairs stood up aand said your time is coming...so i tried to run back up the step and something .. i dont know like a dark mist grabbed my ankles and im still trying to get to my bedroom.. but i could'nt...but when i woke up i found myself calling out to my fiance'...about the tenth gtime i called him he heard me...my body was so stiff and it felt like me feet were on fire....can someone explain to me what does this mean? i always have terrible dreams to whereas though i am getting hurt or dying
As far as I know from my readings, nightmares are caused by two things; medications and the brain getting rid of the clutter of the day. In the process, it seems our minds want to "make sense" of this incoherence and it concocts stories that can be pretty upsetting. Elements from the day may be included to glue it all together as well as any sensations that our bodies are experiencing such as a leg pain or bed covers too tight, etc.
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