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Conversation and Dream With My Wife While In Deep Sleep

by Jose

While me and my wife are sleeping we talk to each other and have the same dream. While we are talking I can see things before they happen.

One night we were sleep talking, our conversation and dream took place at a store. We were putting all the groceries in bags. We were just saying to each other, honey please pass this, and that, giggles and smiles. Then all of a sudden in less then half a sec I see me and my wife in my room and the whole house starts to shake. I see my wife wake up scared and has a heart attack and is about to die.

My wife has heart problems and is scared of earthquakes. So I woke up, sat down. I put my hand over the heart of my wife, she opens her eyes and looks at me. I begin to tell her that everything is going to be ok, then the earth quake hits and I repeat it. Everything is going to be ok. When it was over all we did was talk about the dream, the conversation and how i knew there was going to be an earth quake. I tell her that I just knew. We had more of these dreams, I just wish I knew how to have more.

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Nov 09, 2014
my husband talks about work and sex at same time NEW
by: Anonymous

my husband talks in his sleep about work and sometimes acts as if i am at work with him talks about , sexual things that someone is suppost to do when i question him about that he says it was me he was talking to i say well i dont work with you so why when you are dreaming of work you bring up sex things he just says i dont know i was talking to you ,but your love making. also talking about what i am supost to do at work with hi sexually . can he dream two dreams and combine the at same time?

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