posted on Mar, 9 2013 @ 09:22 AM
Great thread OP. Takes me back to when I was a kid. I did all sorts of strange things and have vivid memories of recurrent, and unpleasant, dreams. In
one, I was like locked in a cage type thing, wearing dirty clothes (more like a potato sack) and really remember the dust/dirt and fear.
I don't know what to think of it but years later, as an adult, I went to see this lady with some work friends. She claims to do a reading on your
past life, etc. She said I was a reincarnated potato farmer, or maybe married to one, from Ireland. Apparently I was there during the potato famine
times. It seemed silly to me, until I remembered those dreams. Then I felt all sorts of weird, so much so it gives me goosebumps now! Anyhow, it is
the dirt that I remember the most, dusty type dirt. Another bizarre thing I did as a young child was I cried, and I mean bawled, whenever there was a
country music type ballad on the radio. This was in the late 70's early 80's. I still detest that sort of music, not because of the style/sound, but
because of the way it makes me feel and will still cry when I hear one particular song.
My sister has some strange memories and has had some very weird experiences as well. As an adult, I sometimes have dreams and they end up being about
things that happen in the future. I dreamed about my daughter when I was pregnant, what she looked like as a child, and she ended up looking JUST LIKE
my dream of her. I get vibes from certain individuals that tell me they're no good and sometimes strong ones when I pass houses that tell me
something bad has gone down there or it's just full of sadness and rage. Idk how to explain that either one, but I have found that I am usually spot
on with my feelings of these people/places.
I would just let him naturally divulge the information. I wouldn't pester him about it. When he brings it up, try to get him to talk about home, etc.
Good luck. Little kids are the best, aren't they? So full of honesty, life, and imagination unspoiled by the world we live in.