reply to post by QuietInsanity
Pretty interesting, I wonder.. Peoples emotions greatly affect everyone around them; the stronger the emotion, the stronger the response. A lot of
times people don't consciously think about the impact people have on them. People tend to avoid heavy thinking, such as thoughts of another persons
dislike, or criticisms.
I wonder if this kids behavior left you unsettled, knowing instinctively that he was a bad kid. I've been around a few kids that gave me the heebie
jeebies, one of them was a cousin that actually attempted to stab my grandmother when he was 14. You can feel
the difference in presence when
you're around someone like that.
In your mind, you may have seen him as a menace, a potential threat to everyone around him. Your subconscious mind may have played on that thought in
order to get your attention, alerting your survival instinct.
Funny how he was sent home. Your subconscious seems to be a good judge of character.
Now to indulge your threads hypothesis that he may have invaded your dream. The only ways theoretically possible involve either technology that we
don't have, or a magical/divine/demonic power granted to 0.00000000142857% of people, give or take a trillionth of a percent. I've entertained this
idea before, as have many monks, yogis, and other individuals seeking spiritual enlightenment and/or nirvana.
Obviously there is no science behind truly "entering" someones dream. Not for lack of trying. This leads me to believe that the only way possible is
via technology. We're close to brain-computer interfaces, however we're a long way off from entering someones dream, let alone doing anything of
value there. Occams razor suggests the simplest answer lies in the psychological.
Don't drive yourself too mad thinking about it, however weird/prophetic the dream may seem.