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#1 by valerie » Fri Dec 16, 2016 00:15

Last night I woke up during a plane crash in my dream.

I dreamed I was driving down a busy highway and I moved over into a left lane.
To my right I was almost even with a car. The man driving the car, I could see
very clearly and he was no one I had ever saw before. He had a kind face, dark
complexion, and dark but maybe some what graying curly hair. When I looked
at him, he looked at me and we both smiled and looked back to the road but at
that very moment, a jet or some sort of huge plane was going down and it flipped
completely over, upside down, my stomach did a flip flop and I quickly looked to
my right and saw the man driving the car beside me, his eyes were big and he
said STOP and so I started breaking too. The plane landed upside down skidding
across the highway what looked to be only inches from our cars. The plane
continued to skid off the highway and through a wooded area. AFTER I woke up,
I thought to self 'my life was saved because that man told me to break'. :lol:

I rarely have an exciting dream. :mrgreen:
Someone posted about dreams recently, maybe that is why I had a wild dream.
It was a brief dream but one that made an impact because I did not forget it.

Plane crashes are very scary but even more so when the plane cannot be found.

Did they ever locate the Asian plane that went down a couple of years ago?
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#2 by tasman1 » Fri Dec 16, 2016 00:59

Valeries nightmares.....Start a Yoga breathing

Block your left nostril and inhale through your right. Then close the right and exhale through the left. Continue in this manner, inhale right, exhale left, for 1 to 3 minutes.

Do it for 30 day and latter ask me for next step
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#3 by greengarden » Fri Dec 16, 2016 02:14

I'm a dreamer alright but rarely dream at sleeping time. Given the choice to dream, I like magical stuffed dream like having Santa’s new high calibre laptop that whenever I use for Clixsense activity, I’ll always find a ‘pot of gold’. :lol:
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#4 by tasman1 » Fri Dec 16, 2016 02:18

greengarden wrote: I'm a dreamer alright but rarely dream at sleeping time. Given the choice to dream, I like magical stuffed dream like having Santa’s new high calibre laptop that whenever I use for Clixsense activity, I’ll always find a ‘pot of gold’. :lol:



Forced dream .like me , like it, just do not go to far
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#5 by perfectshops » Fri Dec 16, 2016 10:01

valerie wrote: Last night I woke up during a plane crash in my dream.

I dreamed I was driving down a busy highway and I moved over into a left lane.
To my right I was almost even with a car. The man driving the car, I could see
very clearly and he was no one I had ever saw before. He had a kind face, dark
complexion, and dark but maybe some what graying curly hair. When I looked
at him, he looked at me and we both smiled and looked back to the road but at
that very moment, a jet or some sort of huge plane was going down and it flipped
completely over, upside down, my stomach did a flip flop and I quickly looked to
my right and saw the man driving the car beside me, his eyes were big and he
said STOP and so I started breaking too. The plane landed upside down skidding
across the highway what looked to be only inches from our cars. The plane
continued to skid off the highway and through a wooded area. AFTER I woke up,
I thought to self 'my life was saved because that man told me to break'. :lol:

I rarely have an exciting dream. :mrgreen:
Someone posted about dreams recently, maybe that is why I had a wild dream.
It was a brief dream but one that made an impact because I did not forget it.

Plane crashes are very scary but even more so when the plane cannot be found.

Did they ever locate the Asian plane that went down a couple of years ago?

Wow your dream is like a scene from a Hollywood blockbuster. You should copyright this dream sequence and you will get a very high paying buyer for it. :clap:

About plane crashes, it is a very rare thing now a days. The safety standards are so high that it rarely happens. I saw an innovative idea on Facebook the other day that they are in the process of developing a plane where the entire passenger compartment will be detached from the plane in case of an emergency and will be dropped down by two or more parachutes. Such innovations will definitely prevent any loss of lives even in emergency conditions.

As regard the Asian plane. We lost that plane because we relied too much on machine information. Only if they could work on the physical evidence, it is possible that there will never be any planes that would be lost. :thumbup:
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#6 by valerie » Fri Dec 16, 2016 10:56

@perfectshops that's interesting about the development of planes that could break away
the passenger area and parachute the people down safely. It makes sense and I suspect
they will be able to do that. I can see how that might not work in all cases but it probably
would in most.

I do hear of plane crashes often. Most seem to be private planes such as crop dusters,
family planes, small commercial planes.

The scariest thing about jets crashing is the fact many people are onboard.....hundreds
loose their life when they crash. For the people on the plane, it has to be a very scary
event when you know you are going down and there is nothing you can do about it.
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#7 by pindokhan123 » Fri Dec 16, 2016 11:32

anything in the air is risky, period..no ifs or buts about it.........everytime i fly its the turbulence,kids screaming,flying into the unknown etc etc which scares the pants of me everytime :(
...wish all the countries of the world could touch each other so i would just fill my tank up and drive across......oh well guess i am hoping for the impossible
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