Reading In Your Dreams – The Big Séance Podcast #66

Can you read in your dreams? Episode 66 of The Big Séance Podcast: My Paranormal World - BigSeance.com

Are you able to read in your dreams? What does it mean? And is it paranormal? Patrick discusses the most popular blog post at BigSeance.com going back to 2012, including reader contributions and comments. 

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In this episode: 

  • Intro :00
  • Ash from InMySacredSpace.com is able to read in her dreams. Is it possible she was contacted by Patrick Swayze and Kurt Cobain? 6:12
  • Dee reads in her dreams all the time! 8:03
  • Darqdawg once won $100 in the lottery by playing a number read in a dream! 12:51
  • Melissa’s frightening dream experiences. 13:45
  • Elizabeth shares a fascinating dream with the message, “Joy”. She wonders if her avid reading in her waking hours causes her to read in her dreams. Also, can you see your reflection in a mirror in a dream? 15:15
  • John has read different languages in his dreams. 19:52
  • Visiting New Orleans, Misty dreamed of reading the following message on a cell phone: “No cold hands in heaven made me feel as warm as you did when you touched me.” 20:55
  • Dianna has seen movie credits! 21:41
  • Sparkle texted a home address in a dream. 22:21
  • Sumit reads in dreams too! 22:46
  • Moses Frost dreamed of taking a multiple choice test about driving a car! 23:06
  • Alec’s dreams are darker. He relates a dream that totally reminded me of my Apocalypse Dream. 23:40
  • Lifehack.org says you can’t read while dreaming, or tell the time. 27:18
  • Shoutouts! My first review in the New Zealand iTunes store! 30:58
  • Outro 31:49

 
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About Patrick Keller

Patrick Keller is an educator, blogger, and the host of the Big Séance Podcast, which is a place for paranerds to have an open discussion on all things paranormal, but specifically topics like ghosts and hauntings, paranormal research, spirit communication, psychics and mediums, and life after death. He’s the founder of the now inactive Missouri Spirit Seekers and has spent a lot of time experimenting with spirit communication tools and techniques, such as EVP. Patrick also has a passion for spending hours at a time in cemeteries and loves cemetery photography. Visit BigSeance.com! View all posts by Patrick Keller

One response to “Reading In Your Dreams – The Big Séance Podcast #66

  • Quincy Scott

    I just joined your facebook group and I’m waiting to be added. This is darqdawg by the way. Might I suggest two topics that could become as popular as this one? Sleep Paralysis and Sleepwalking. I used to have episodes of both all through my childhood. Sleepwalking ended around nine years old. However, episodes of sleep paralysis continued on occasion all the way through high school and suddenly stopped after I graduated. (Not sure what that means (¬Ĺ̯¬) ) Anyway, at one point I was having episodes twice per year. They were absolutely terrifying. I would wake up and be completely paralyzed from head to toe. I couldn’t even open my eyelids. I suspect that is the only reason I didn’t see hallucinations as have other people with this phenomenon.

    Accompanying these episodes would be an overwhelming feeling of dread. I don’t think the dread just came from being paralyzed. There was this all pervasive sense that I had to wake up immediately or something terrible would happen. The only way I could break out of an episode was to struggle mightily to open at least one eyelid. If I could get one halfway open the paralysis would slowly begin to lift over the rest of my body. The only way I can describe it is having my whole body submerged in some thick viscous liquid, like tar or worse drying concrete and struggling until bit by bit I broke free. These would go on for up to five minutes. Anyway, that’s my two cents. Didn’t know you were on TuneIn Radio. I’ll be checking out the podcast.

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