27 Responses to Shared Dream – What Would You Do?

  1. Reblogged this on Amanda's Words / starfire8me and commented:
    that sounds totally creepy!!!

  2. Brian Hughes says:

    I remember when I was a kid telling my brother about this dream I’d had the night before. Halfway through he stopped me and said, “You can’t have had that dream, because that’s what I dreamt.” He then went on to finish the dream off for me, exactly as I’d dreamt it. Freaked me out a bit. So, if you ever have a dream in which Daleks are chasing you, have a look around and see if I’m hiding under a table nearby.

  3. Elaine says:

    Just bought the book and looking forward to reading it. I am really intrigued by your description of the dreams!

  4. ptero9 says:

    Yes, I had this happen years a go with a boyfriend I was seeing at the time. It was a very moving dream in which the weather turned stormy and I could see 5 tornados coming at me and I woke up. Next time I saw him, he told me he had this very strange dream and described the 5 tornados. Within several months the relationship broke up.
    I have always felt that in dreams we really do go somewhere, and that they are not happening in my head. Call me crazy, but too many people and places in my dreams are completely foreign to me.
    Great topic!!!

    • Wow, that’s amazing – like you both could see the future and with the same symbolism – or even more than that, like you were both actually there! Dreams are mysterious – perhaps they are a place we go to, and sometimes we share that place. Fantastic example, thanks so much for sharing! 🙂 🙂

  5. That is spooky but awesome! Your mom was giving you nightmares and she didn’t even know it! Both my mom and I dream of death, who will die and sometimes we have very similar dreams in the days preceding. In her dreams a little girls tells her, there is no little girl for me. My dreams continue. I cross their spirit over and speak with them in their final moments, my mom doesn’t do the cross over part just the predictive part. I often come to know people have died because I just crossed them over. So my mom will call me up and I will say I know. I remember you are really good at dreams I have a dream character I am dying to ask you about should I send it here or would you rather email? My email is kesaiserris@gmail.com

  6. I do not think I ever shared a dream with anyone but it sounds very special if it were to happen. I love the idea of it and see why it would inspire you. Maybe I’m just weird though. 🙂

  7. Skye says:

    I am loving it, Sis! Got slowed down because I can’t read when on cold medicine….now that I have my brain back a bit, I can’t wait for my quiet moments with your novel. I am so proud of you! Your writing is exquisite as always. Hugs!

  8. 1WriteWay says:

    Every time I read about your novel, I bump it up on my to-read list ;). It doesn’t sound “creepy” at all. Mysterious, yes, and very intriguing 🙂

  9. Dreams are amazing. I believe there is more to our subconscious than we’ll ever know. Anything is possible. Love the story.

  10. fibee5 says:

    I actually had a dream that i wrote down as a story idea about a lady who felt inextricably linked to a painting then when i read your blogs about your story it felt sort of weird. like I had dreamt about a book I hadn’t read yet 😛 (there goes one of my story ideas 😛 )

    • Wow, that’s really fascinating…I do think the creative process is so mysterious, and dreams are similarly so…yours seems like a synchronicity or a prescience. While I’d love to think it’s about your mind telling you that you want to read my book – LOL – I really think its probably a sign about your own creativity and expression (though by all means read my book if you like 🙂 🙂 )

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