I'd had a horrible dream where a tsunami had struck the area where I live (a small Island in UK), my 2 children & I rushed to get in the attack but soon had to climb out on to the roof, we made it to the roof (am not sure how!) but the water level quickly came up and over the roof leaving us clinging for our lives. I had hold of my 2 children Neither can swim properly & I remember having a gut wrenching feeling of sadness+fear for my children as we clung on (same feeling as a "sick with worry" feeling). The force of the water was to strong and I lost my grip of one them, oddly (whom exactly had been swept away kept changing from one to the other). I made my other child safe by making them cling onto the chimney so that I could rescue the other, I jumped into the water & eventually managed to catch up to my child (still changing) who seemed to be unconscious but quickly became aware that they'd drowned & was devastated.
Instantly I found myself back at & on the roof with the child whom had no longer drowned instead regained consciousness. The water continued rushing past and we had to get in to water, I think it was because the water was still rising but am unsure why I only know that we had to. I managed to get kids on to something floating, but then became separated from them and was then struggling for my own life!
The dream also replayed - happened again, a few times, but only from the point were we where on the roof.
That's all I can remember of the dream. In the morning when I'd got up the dream was still very present in my mind (like it had happened the day before that kind of feeling) I thought about how aware I was of the dream & how real my emotions felt, but thinking about it felt awful so dismissed as a horrible intense dream that felt real, and went about my business as usual. I popped over to the local bakers to get a yummy 'breakfast roll for my partner (Mr Sceptic himself), but when I arrived back home my partner said to me "have you seen this on the news?!", There on the TV was the devastating news report Japan had suffered a massive earthquake & a tsunami had just hit the first cost line. Half hour later or so it suddenly dawned on me, my dream wasn't a dream it was a vision of what was about to happen in Japan and the people. I felt awful for ages, & also quite angry at myself for not realizing + sad because even if I had worked it out there was still absolutely nothing I could have done!