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Tsunami - Emotions


A lot of the time when my dreams are most vivid after I have woken up it takes a long time to stop feeling the emotions associated with the dream. A good example of this is a dream I had during my nap today - I was at work and a tsunami hit us. I had to run away from it and I was so terrified and felt totally lost and alone even though all my colleagues were around, scrambling for their own lives. I still have risidual emotions of fright from that. I hope my next dream is a happy one!!
MiyakoSayuri MiyakoSayuri 26-30, F 1 Response Jun 9, 2010

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I had recurring tsunami dreams a few years ago. They are really scary and dramatic, aren't they?<br />
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At the time I was going through a rough patch, (family troubles and health issues) and so I think the dreams were a way of working through my stress and my feelings of being overwhelmed. <br />
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Is there a situation you feel stressed about, or overworked? That you feel you are having to deal with on your own? That may explain your dream.