"Every challenge we face can be solved by a dream." - David Schwartz
Last night I dreamt a bomb landed a few doors from my house. I ran away as fast as I could to take shelter from the explosion. The bomb went off, then I woke up. What does this mean? - Anonymous 37, somewhere in PA
Lauri: Did you or did anyone around you have an emotional outburst recently? If not, then did some bad news get dropped on you? Or perhaps a negative situation has seemingly landed in your life and you fear it is a ticking time bomb, ready to explode if something isn’t done. The fact that you ran from the bomb suggests this is an issue that you are avoiding rather than dealing with it.
Anonymous replies: I’m a morning show host on the radio. I'm REALLY not happy here since they changed players on our morning show. I don't like the new guy they added. And you are exactly right. I haven't told management that I HATE what they've done to our show. I’ve been keeping my feelings to myself.
Lauri: Ah… so the new guy is the bad news/bomb. And it came from above because management is above you. That’s tough to have to work with someone you don’t like. Maybe you two should get drunk together! (wink)
Anonymous replies: Ha ha! That’s true. Maybe we should. (smile)
Fascinating Sleep Fact:
Sleep Talking, also known as Somniloquy, is not connected to dreaming. It typically happens in the first two stages of sleep before REM begins. When it does happen during REM, it comes out as muffled cries or moaning and groaning because the skeletal muscles, including the jaw, are paralyzed at this point so that we do not get up and act out our dreams.
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