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I had a fairly vivid dream last night.

I was riding in the back seat of a car with a friend (for the life of me, I can't recall who this friend was). He was pouring his heart out to me at length, asking me for relationship advice (yeah, I know; like I know jack shit about healthy relationships). All the time he is pouring his heart out to me, I am trying to diplomatically interrupt him without hurting his feelings--because a huge-ass tornado is forming right alongside the car. Just as it touches down in my dream, my alarm went off in real life and I woke up. Bleah.

I know from dream analysis that catastrophes like tornadoes, fires, earthquakes, hurricanes and the like don't necessarily translate as real disasters; generally, they represent oncoming change, and the concerns and planning for them. Well, there have been and there will be things in my life changing in major ways, so the dream falls neatly into line with that.

Now all that remains to be seen is if these changes will be for the good...or if they will pan out to be real disasters.

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*crosses fingers that nothing bad does happen today*

Sounds like that one is less symbolic on an item by item basis, and is moreso on a thematic level.

Well, I can say without a doubt that the friend in the car was not me. 1) You'd know I'm not going to be trying to get relationship advice with a tornado anywhere in visual range... in fact I'm more likely to see it BEFORE you do. 2) There's not a chance in hell you'd get in a car with me if tornadoes are going to be forming in the area. XD

Anyway.... yeah, I've had disaster dreams usually when I'm about to take a huge chance at something uncertain. I think it's the fear that something will go wrong on an epic scale.

But as far as I know, dreams are rarely predictions, unless you've regularly encountered dreams that pan out in reality (not unheard of but still rare).

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