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Heard Husband's Dream While He Was Dreaming


A few nights ago, I was in bed trying to go to sleep. It takes me forever to fall asleep. My husband was snoring loudly, which is normal. He stopped snoring all of a sudden and I started hearing something that sounded like a movie. It was distorted at first, but when I rolled over toward my husband and touched his arm, it became clearer. It was him and a woman he works with arguing. I mean her cussing him and him yelling back. I didn't know what to do. I wasn't freaked out or anything. I believe in things like clairvoyance and other things. This is a first for me though. I didn't tell my husband the day bc I didn't want him to think I was a freak or anything. He really doesn't believe in this stuff, but voodoo scares him a lot. I talked to my mother about it, she told me to talk to my husband. I did. Well the day I told him, earlier he had the argument with the woman I heard him dreaming about. He told me this afterward. I didn't tell him details but he told me word for word what was said. It was identical. If you know why this happened, I would love to hear it. Also, my son has night terrors. Right before he wakes up screaming, I shoot straight up in bed with severe chest pain. It happens every time. I'm the only one who can calm him after that. He is 2. He also has some autistic tendencies. My mother doesn't seem to think anything weird about it. But the two times I was in labor, my mother was out of state and I wasn't able to get in touch with her. Both times, ten minutes after my kids were born, she would double over in extreme stomach pain. No matter where she was.

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scootersmom (1 stories) (2 posts)
9 years ago (2012-02-27)
The argument was about him not answering a call via two-way. He was on his lunch break at his desk talking to his college advisor. The woman come up to him cussing him and calling him lazy. The others people she called were just ignoring her bc she is some what rude. My husband told everyone he was going to lunch but staying at his desk, and that he would have his two-way turned off and that he will be busy on his phone with an important call. The woman heard him say that. I've met the woman. When I did though I got the feeling she was trying to get my husband to sleep with her. I know without any doubt that he has never cheated. He had it done to him by an ex wife. I haven't had the episode happen again. Well not so clear that I could understand it. It has happened but very distorted. He does stop breathing in his sleep though. Bad sleep apnia. How would I be able to make it clearer? I don't want to spy on him or make him feel as if I am. But if it could help him, I would like to learn. Thanks!
shapeshifter78 (2 stories) (169 posts)
9 years ago (2012-02-26)
I think he was seeing the not so distant future. Of course he is not attuned to this ability so he doesn't even remember it. If everyone had a open mind and remembered their dreams fully I would not be suprised if the number of people having dejavu and such dramatically increased. You just caught a glimpse of his dream.
Inuki (1 posts)
9 years ago (2012-02-26)
When your husband snores, he stops breathing and chokes off oxygen to his brain. His energy probably escaped and you connected with him. Most likely he was out of body. I was a snorer and had fight or flight dreams constantly waking me in the middle of the night. When I got put on a CPAP machine to stop the snoring my brain went back to restful sleep. I was close to serious loss of my memory when doctors cured the snoring.
I agree with Anne about sending and receiving thoughts. This happens often, especially with family.
Ravenula (3 stories) (115 posts)
9 years ago (2012-02-26)
What was their argument about?

Look at the bright side - if you can read his dreams you can see if he fancies other women... Which could be scary, seeing things he could possibly be keeping from you.

Maybe you were meant to see the argument to see something deeper behind the argument.

I am not saying your husband is cheating, but if it were the case the woman could have called out to you via your husband's dreams.
sparkle (1 stories) (28 posts)
9 years ago (2012-02-25)
You might be a dream-walker.
Look up a phenomenon called "shared dreaming." Dreams occur on other planes that are accessible to anyone. For you to so easily tune into the dreams of others is a wonderful gift, but one that is a huge responsibility. Be careful, learn to control it, and only use it when it's absolutely necessary. That goes for any psychic ability.
scootersmom (1 stories) (2 posts)
9 years ago (2012-02-24)
The event with my husband hasn't happened again. The thing with my son is still a little strange with me. Today though he was diagnosed with autism. Do you think that has something to do with it. Thanks.
AnneV (4 stories) (1059 posts) mod
9 years ago (2012-02-24)
When we are in an altered state (they often call it the three B's when we are in a bed, bath or on a bus), the range of frequencies we pick up on increases. This includes the thoughts of others. I used to live with a sleeptalker and I'd entertain myself by talking to him in my mind (while I was awake mind you) and he's respond out-loud. Often when I am coming in or out of sleep (the hypnogogic or hypnopompic state) I could hear dreams and thoughts or even hear discarnate beings in the room. All thoughts are just frequencies. We are not just our physical body. We are souls inhabiting this physical shell. And we often slip out of this shell at night.

When we are awake we are not ordinarily receptive to this. We all think our thoughts stay in our brain pan but this is far from the truth. They are no different than ordinary transmission frequencies and if we enhanced our own receptacle (our own brain), we'd hear these thoughts all the time. Because I've worked on fine tuning my emitting signal I can send out thoughts to my husband, even including things to pick up for dinner or what I forgot on the grocery list and he responds. I read his thoughts all the time too, much to his amazement. This isn't voodoo it's our natural birthright as souls.

There is probably some auric/chakra block in your son which isn't allowing full energy to flow through his aura. Probably some past life event that's still in his etheric imprint. You think your son has not lived before but we all have and sometimes we bring those past issues with us into this incarnation.

Thanks for sharing.

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