When Your Dreams Prove Stranger Than Fiction - The Bipolar Question of the Week

John McManamy Health Guide
  • I’m working on a novel just for the fun of it. I’m in the middle of a chapter where my hero has a dream foretelling his own death that features Gustav Mahler. Gustav Mahler, in turn, has a dream foretelling World War I featuring our hero.


    We all dream, but literary and cinematic heroes have a way of dreaming in fantastic ways. We go along with it because every once in a while we, too, have a weird and crazy dream. Case in point: Many years ago, I had a vivid dream involving an earthquake. It made such an impression that I told my then-wife about it. Early next morning, the house shook. This was the first earthquake (a very minor one) I ever experienced.

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    Don’t ask me to explain it.


    Anyway, I’m throwing this topic wide open. Question: Your weird dreams. Go for it.


    Feel free to write a book. Comments below ... 

Published On: April 03, 2013