Does Having Trouble Sleeping Means You’re In Someone Else’s Dreams?

It’s been such a long time since I’ve posted… I have been caught up in the whirl wind of life.. one of my babies started middle school this year and I’m still trying to adjust to the fact that Ms. Katie is growing up. It’s been very busy at home but when I have a chance I do pop in and read some of the postings, so glad to see it active and getting great reply’s from those I highly respect… So, I do have a pressing question..

I have been having a difficult time with sleeping here lately, nothing has changed, I wake up several times through the night in a wringing sweat, gasping for air and out of a dream state, once awake I’m very aware of my surroundings.

This is the question I have, I read recently if you are having trouble sleeping then that means you are existing in someone else dreams… could this be possible… ?

Asked by Lisa

1 Comment
  1. Hello Lisa,

    You could also be astral travelling. You could be lucid dreaming.

    If you were in someone else’s dream, it would be hoped you’d remember something about it, rather than waking up with an over-active solar plexus chakra .. which is where the anxiety and sweating comes from.

    Or like me, your internal combustion engine could be set on overdrive … mind you, that IS the peri-menopausal problem in my case. Not sleeping is also one of the symptoms. You could be in early menopause?

    Love & Peace
    Ama

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