Anyone who has ever had the same nightmare twice in one night?

August 19, 2011 8:57pm CST
We live in the 7th floor. Today I wanted to clean the windows in the dining area. My husband has dreamed last night 2 times, I clean the window from the window crashes. He was totally exhausted this morning, and has forbidden me to clean the windows. He then cleaned the windows. He has exaggerated, or the dreams were a warning?
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@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
25 Aug 11
I can hear you, or soothe your husband. My nightmare I had many years ago, the same dream 2 times in one night, has not been realized. If it were so, I would have long since ceased to be alive. I climbed on a ladder in a dream until 3 Floor of a house (it was the house where my parents lived) arrived, a woman opened (this was known to me and I had with her and never had a negative experience) the window and kicked away the ladder. I fell backwards together with the head in depth, it was like a non-volitional ending crashes. I wanted to scream but it only gurgling sounds came from my mouth, which I finally woke up. Could not sleep for a long after that dream again, but when it became yet again I dreamed the same. For impact, it did not, however, I always woke up shortly before. The whole thing has taken me, but very strong, so I have this dream to this day can not forget. An interpretation of the dream was not possible for me. Best regards,
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
24 Aug 11
One must first ask yourself this, if you would like to ascribe dreams really prophetic qualities. Primarily, they are just a mirror image of what is going on in the subconscious mind of the dreamer. If such a topic is very persistent, you can dream about something like that twice already times. If it soothes you, I dream about for now over 10 years, every night the same thing here and there even twice, have and still not finished as a taxi driver or a sales representative in Chile and Canada (or something similar, is the dream that is).
@Mayuko (1272)
• United States
23 Aug 11
I think it's possible the dream was a warning. It could have just been your husband was subconscious worried that someone might happen to you when you cleaned the windows, so he had a nightmare about it. But sometimes, it's better to be safe than sorry. My sister sometimes dreams about things that will happen in a few days--sometimes good, sometimes bad. I've never had the same nightmare twice in one night. I'll have them one night and then again in a few days.
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
23 Aug 11
I had actually never been. At least I can not remember. At the window, I dream I found the following: To fall out the window announcing a disaster where you may hope for no help from outside. Refer primarily to window openings and body specifically for your eyes and thus to the emotional connection between self and other. The window also refers to the light of your consciousness and your perception.
• Indonesia
22 Aug 11
I once in a car accident, which then happened that way. Contrary to my "premonition" I took a road that I thought was a shortcut and ended slightly injured in a roadside ditch, the car was totaled. Since then, I pay attention to my dreams and those of others, my loved ones.
• Indonesia
21 Aug 11
I've heard friends that they had similar dream experiences. - So I think it may have been a warning. Just because you can explain exactly and do not understand something, one should not reject it immediately. The human brain can do more than we can imagine ... With our thoughts are not exploited all its capacities. Dreams are not only processing the last day, they can be messages. But the symbolism in the dream does not always correspond to reality. Maybe it was a bit exaggerated, but his behavior you see what you mean to him yet.
@ElicBxn (60895)
• United States
20 Aug 11
I think generally 3 times is a warning - but - hey - HE washed the windows so be HAPPY!!!
@nurseclare (2210)
• Philippines
20 Aug 11
He maybe thinking of it too much, good thing you listened to him it's not bad after all. Safety and security is prioritized by your husband and that's great. He;s just worried about you and just think of it as congenial thing, he's a cleaning the window instead of you, so no sweat at all. You're so lucky to have a husband like him, so caring..
@dodo19 (33609)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
20 Aug 11
I don't think that that's happened to me. It could have happened. It is possible. However, I simply don't remember it ever happening to me personally. And I don't remember anyone telling me that this happened to them either. I could be wrong though.