Does any one dream of your loved one who has gone on. I do not seem to be dreaming on a regular basis and I would like to, so does anyone know how to maybe stimulate the process. The last time I dreamed of JB, I dreamt that I was looking for him and I asked some of his family members if they had seen them and they told me he had left for a while, but he would be back soon. I was so excited about seeing him and I wanted to see him so bad that I went looking for him. I was walking back to the house (along a dark path) and he walked up behind me and it scared me. I started screaming (Fay Raye style) and he started laughing. the dream ends as he is hugging me and telling me to take "this big thing off" (I was wearing a full lenght leather coat). This dream took place between Humbolt and Fruitvale Tennesee. This was one of our favorite places to go and where he was born. I have never been to this particular spot, but I know exactly where it is and I know it exists. I also know this dream has meaning and is probably a premonition of my own death. It is really strange to me that this does not scare me or fill me with dread. Does anyone out there interpret dreams?
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