posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 02:53 AM
My first question is, if he was violently killed, was it by the hand of another (ie, not a violent accident like a car wreck), if this is the case,
look for what you are being SHOWN in the dream, not necessarily focusing on the image of your friend.
It could be clues to the culprit, if that person is not already in jail.
Keep a diary, it will help externalize these dreams so your subconcious does not keep dwelling on previous dreams and trying to make sense out of
them, especially after they get fogged over with waking life.
Another thing you may want to do, is when you are going to sleep, tell yourself that you will tell your friend what happened to him and all that
happened since. Imagine yourself having a sit down with him and saying "hey look, you died, and so and so came to the funeral, and I miss you and etc
etc etc", do this for about a week, consistantly. It could very well be his spirit is persisting in a state of denial, he needs to get information
from you more than you need information from him.
I imagine this is very frustrating for you.
It is definately not outside the realm of natural grieving though.
There is probably still alot left unsaid between you, especially with an unexpected tragedy.
You need to externalize all of that if you are going to find peace.
Your friend, may be saying exactly that in your dreams:
"Just let it all out, chill, life is a bar and so is the after life, drinks are on the house"