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Originally posted by Hellas
reply to post by Lapislazuli
Ok, so you think that for example, in a village in let's say Tibet, where people have only seen the people that live there, that there is no possibility for them to have dreams about caucasians since they have never seen one?
I wouldn't think so..edit on 16-2-2012 by Hellas because: (no reason given)
Maybe we have all seen countless faces in past lives The people in Tibet would certainly entertain that idea. Who knows brother, I was simply putting forth my knowledge.
Originally posted by ChiForce
If you consistently see the same faces, this person could be your spirit guide. Funny enough, at least in my experiences, I don't normally look at the faces in the my dreams. I may be interacting with people but very rare I would study their faces in my dreams. I either interact with people I know in real life already or strangers that I don't normally pay too much attention too.
Well, in some cases, you could be talking or interacting with your past life self. I believed I have encountered my past life self in my vision. This was some 15 years ago. This figure, a young soldier, just appeared by my bedside while I was half awaken and asleep. One may say he was an illusion but his message was good and with good intention. He wanted me to preserve peace with his people in exchange he promised me that he would help me to solve my personal issues with another person. I don't see anything with that. There were couple of times in my dreams that I would be looking at a mirror and didn't see myself in it. However, I felt it was me but that person in the mirror didn't look like me.
I do have to say that most of the times, you do dream about people you regularly see and encounter in real life. I never dream about fat people because I don't see them at all in my daily encounter. I dream about cyclists and people I deal with in the cycling community.