I have seen other postings of strange dreams and just wanted to put mine out there and wonder if anyone can give me any insight. I am approaching the year and a half anniversary of my mother's passing. The other night I dreamed that my brother, sister, mother and I were all to meet in a city by taking separate flights. I was the first one to arrive at the airport and as I waited for everyone else, a flight attendant handed me a note that simply said "passenger died." I knew immediately that my mother died on her flight and just took this information as matter-of-fact. I wasn't really upset, but just started thinking things like--"she really shouldn't have travelled because she was sick," and "I guess I'll have to tell my brother and sister when they arrive." Then I started thinking things like "I guess I better ask about getting the body and making arrangements." What upset me about the dream when I woke up is that I had no real emotions in the dream and just accepted her dying on the plane as fact. Could this be a good sign that I am moving towards acceptance, or is this just some weird dream from the recesses of my grief. Also, does anyone have any idea if all of us flying towards the same destination means anything? I would appreciate any insights you might have. Thank you.
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