Dear Dream Lady,
dreamed my heart stopped and I had to have open-heart
surgery. I made it, thank God. (I am 74.) I saw lots of
clouds and people in a church and a hill of clouds. I went
through the clouds and people handed me gifts. I like to buy
gifts for my friends. Then, a warm hand touches my shoulder
and someone said, “It’s not time yet.” I had to go back and
I did not want to. My son died yesterday. I pray for him. He
didn’t believe until the end. I also have a sweet daughter,
(photo enclosed) but I worry about her.
Bonnie Y., Titusville, Florida
My deepest condolence on your son’s
passing. You sound like a generous and kind woman so I am
certain you raised your daughter to have your fine
characteristics. There is no need to worry about her. Based
on your age, she is probably in her 30s or early 40s, so I
am sure she is doing fine. Ninety five percent of what
people worry about does not come true, so enjoy her as the
blessed daughter she is. Lastly, your dream symbols offer
peace and contentment and a sturdy belief that when it is
“your time,” you will be ready to pass away peacefully.
I’ve been a widow for a long time.
Not so long ago I had a dream that I was looking for my
husband. I knocked at his door. He answered and I told him I
needed his help. I was so happy to see him. He said he would
help me. The next thing I knew we were on a train and I
asked him, “Where are we going?” He said, “I am taking you
home.” Then I woke up.
Denise P., Yorba
Every so often I see dreams like this. They are either
comforting to the dreamer or disturbing. The train tells me
you are on a journey, but we don’t know if the destination
is death (to see your husband again) or if you are preparing
for a different direction in life. You know that because you
know your health status. Either way, it sounds like you will
be content with the outcome. Please keep in touch with me on
how things go with your health and life.
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