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Washing Machine Dream Saved Me


As a child, I had a reoccurring nightmare of being trapped inside a washing machine and taken down underwater. I would wake up gasping for air. I had this dream so often (couple times a week), that I started to actually enjoy the feeling of twirling around inside of the washing machine. I would just hold my breath; go down through the water, spinning around until it was over. The dream lasted only seconds and by the age of six, the dream had stopped.

I lived in a small town called Brownsville in the state of Indiana. I attended the Church of Christ in Brownsville with my Grandparents. There was a river where baptisms were performed. I knew it well. One day the heat was unbearable, some friends and I decided to walk down to the river for a swim. I was only seven. I had no idea the water was so deep. "Drop off's" are what we called them, along with "underwater currents." Both deadly for a child.

I was having fun with my friends swimming around in shallow water up to my waist. All of the sudden, I was in water over my head! I remember seeing my friends face as I took my last breath and went under. I then felt the familiar suction feeling at my feet. I was in my washing machine! I was being pulled down further into the water! I was spinning just as I had done so many times in my dream.

I held my breath and I was tossed up and out of the deep end and standing right next to my friends. Shaken up a bit... My knees trembled as I realized what just happened. I had prepared for that experience for so long had I not had the dream I would have never just "let go and went with the current." I survived! Moreover, I still love the water.

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jatashi (1 stories) (57 posts)
11 years ago (2012-04-09)
i keep having recurring dreams of the end of the world and every time at the end I look for my mom and dad and say I love you and goodbye
amaz0n (14 posts)
12 years ago (2010-09-23)
My mom when she was young had this reoccuring dream that she would go to the bathroom and see this white thing bobbing up and down in the water of the bathroom sink. And she would just watch it bob and as it went down the drain she heard crying. It bothered her alot.

One day she was at the beach with my dad and just two of 5 kids were born and with them. While she's sitting on her beach towel taking in the view she scanned over a white thing bobbing in the water. She really didn't think much of it until she remembered the dream. This made her look back it and now she just had to see what it was. As she got closer she realized it was my brother daimon who was just 2yrs old floating face down in the water, diaper bobbing at the top.

She brought him to shore and luck would have it there was a registered nurse right at the first beach towel she brought daimon to and she administered cpr and he's ok now:)

But if it wasn't for that dream it would have been too late for my brother. I think its important to pay close attention to reoccuring dreams!
haley9045 (7 stories) (64 posts)
15 years ago (2008-05-10) random and helpful... I wouldn't like to have that dream though kind of scary in my opinion.
Katie (guest)
15 years ago (2007-09-13)
wow Hi I have dreams of future events, danger , death experiences either me or someone close to me they come true
Soma (3 stories) (12 posts)
15 years ago (2007-08-24)
Wow! Thats awesome! Ahh sometimes there's things like this you come across in life, now that's what I call mercy. I'm glad you were prepared and made it through!
ThePVAGlue (guest)
15 years ago (2007-07-18) random and helpful... I wouldn't like to have that dream though kind of scary in my opinion

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