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i have dreams about being at work even when i'm home,numbers?  what could this mean?

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    I use 58 for being at work. with a zero and a one, or doubled up. 

    your age or birthdate can come out too. Lot of numbers to play if you play a dream a few days. 

    as they fell in the past, Ga first. 1=0, 0=1

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      Posted: May 14, 2005, 9:59 pm - IP Logged

      thanks

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        been playing 358 and 458

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          better luck tomorrow.....

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            I use 58 for being at work. with a zero and a one, or doubled up. 

            your age or birthdate can come out too. Lot of numbers to play if you play a dream a few days. 



            I've always been told that you should give a number at least seven days.   Sometimes the number plays the same day or maybe several days later.       

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              mike= 354

              love to nibble those micey feet.

               

                                           

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                i have dreams about being at work even when i'm home,numbers?  what could this mean?



                Perhaps you really need a vacation???

                Vegas sounds fun to me and a great way to forget about work.

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                  i have dreams about being at work even when i'm home,numbers?  what could this mean?



                  What type of job do yo do, I dunno, maybe you're a construction worker and you go to houses, those houses have address numbers(#), use those numbers. Maybe an office building's address # with suite a #. #'s are lying all around you, don't depend on some stupid dream # dictionary to help you, that dream # dictionary and all it's information was designed by and for the person who made it, meaning everyone has their own book to write, each person's mind is different than other's minds, you see things differently than the author of that book. Trust your subconscious mind, the mind of your dreams. Let it show you the info, you just have to make an effort to see what it is showing you, if you recognize the address of the dream, there are several sets of numbers lying around.

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                    Posted: May 17, 2005, 11:05 am - IP Logged

                    PLAY ALL STATES 896/525.........IT;S COMING OUT TODAY I PROMISE IF YOU HIT HOLLAR BACK AT ME

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                      Perhaps you really need a vacation???

                      Vegas sounds fun to me and a great way to forget about work.

                      Sir Metro

                      Hey Mike:

                      I think the man has a point.  Maybe the number 14 would be a good one for you, measured in days on a good trout stream, paddling a canoe through the International Boundary Waterway, climbing a mountain and getting some solitude, or, failing an appeal in all those, going to some casino and spending 20 hours straight every day playing Blackjack.

                      Dreaming about work sounds to be a gig you mightn't wish to play for long.

                      Some wise man probably said at one time or another that the only job a man ought to be dreaming about is one he hasn't got.

                      Jack

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                        Hi again, Mike:

                        I've been thinking more about your dreams about work, thinking about places a young man might go to get away from things, ways a man might spend some time and be glad later that he did.  Places he might discover young while he has good knees instead of waiting until he's abused his body so badly as to cause his joy of discovery to be mitigated by the pain of doing it.

                        Not all these are outright mystical, but in a sense they might be if you keep your ear to the ground for the mystical.

                        First off, the first time I discovered Yucatan, I recall having the passionate wish that I'd gone there at a younger time.  A person can probably still take a plane to Merida, rent a vehicle and run the entire road through the jungle east to west, or take a bus if you have the heart for it.  Get off at Chichen Itza, climb the pyramids, meander around in the ruins, look at the black sinkhole, sacrificial alter with the blood gutters, consider all those thousands of people who had the living hearts yanked out of their bodies there by priests covered with matted blood and do some serious backtracking on your thinking about how reality is for you.  When you return you won't be dreaming about your job.  It's a certainty.

                        You might take a plane ride across the Atlantic and wander around Wales a couple of weeks, climbing around abandoned castles, thinking about what they mean, what they say about us, about all the wars they represent, all the humans who knew they needed such places to have any hope of filling out their obligation to live until they died of something besides a spear or battle axe.

                        Spend a few days in the British Museum looking at all the relics the generations of Englishmen stole from their conquered countries and carried home with them to educate and edify unborn generations of carping, persnickedy other Englishmen after they got runned home from their empire.  Wander around in Hampton Court and take a look at all the antlers old Henry VIII had the time to take when he wasn't lopping the heads off his wifeys. 

                        Take a long look at the Crusader Museum in Winchester, at Stonehenge, at Salsbury Cathedral.  Consider the guy who spent eleven years under there in a diving suit digging out the wooden foundations and replacing them with concrete.  All the men in armor buried under the floor.  Scratch your head over a crop circle, or three.  Get into the lines of Englishmen grumbling at one another as they stare with vacant eyes at the Roman ruins at Bath.

                        Or, you could spend a week or two in a Zen Monastary or Silva Mind Control course.  Or, say, at the Monroe Institute.

                        Any or all of which will leave you with a complete void of dreams about your job.

                        Think on it, amigo.  Life's entirely too short to spend the nights dreaming about any job.

                        Jack

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                          Posted: May 23, 2005, 4:42 am - IP Logged

                           

                          If you follow the moon's transit to your natal chart, its aspects, the houses affected you will see the dream is follows the loose scenario Mr moon describes. 

                          Whether you recall the dream when you wake is another matter.  My number for forgetting a dream is 619 and 609 ..hehehee.

                          A comment about the psychic thing.  In my area I am called on to help with missing persons occasionally.  I can tell them when the person will be found, or return, and usually can give info about the circumstance and condition of the person.  "remote viewing" as I have seen it called knows no time.  I work non gratis on cases like this, as does my sister in the area she lives.  I wonder if others like us, quietly serving for 30 - 40 years,  feel that using that energy to 'see' lottery numbers is a spiritual backstroke.   It would seem to me that there is nothing wrong with having lots of dollars. I read cards for triples in my state and do pretty well. So what is the difference, aside from the cards being a physical action ?. The idea to use a card method to hit the trips could have been a psy thing, too, and not my own idea. Cripes. 

                          Psychic is always right, our own interpretation leaves something to be desired.  On the way home one time I could 'hear' the word "chicken" over and over in my head.. couldn't shake it. So I turned back to town and bought the Colonels bucket and arrived home an hour late.  An upset husband escorted me and my bucket to my son's room to see  the poor little guy was covered with chicken pox.  So much for the great swami ,  I thought. Humble is a good thing. 

                          I ramble..

                          Thanks , Todd , for a spot to muse.   

                             

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                            I wonder if others like us, quietly serving for 30 - 40 years,  feel that using that energy to 'see' lottery numbers is a spiritual backstroke. 

                            There's a body of opinion among the Digitial Dowsers that sees it that way.  Happens they're the most outspoken ones of the group.  But the DD folks are mostly into healing and the outspoken ones aren't trying to make a living doing it.  The background noise aren't so outspoken, but they are doing healing work as a vocation.  I doubt those would find anything objectionable about trying to predict the numbers.  Psychics tend to cut a wide swath, spiritually.  No reason to expect any of them to agree on much of anything metaphysical.

                            Jack

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                              Hi again, Mike:

                              I've been thinking more about your dreams about work, thinking about places a young man might go to get away from things, ways a man might spend some time and be glad later that he did.  Places he might discover young while he has good knees instead of waiting until he's abused his body so badly as to cause his joy of discovery to be mitigated by the pain of doing it.

                              Not all these are outright mystical, but in a sense they might be if you keep your ear to the ground for the mystical.

                              First off, the first time I discovered Yucatan, I recall having the passionate wish that I'd gone there at a younger time.  A person can probably still take a plane to Merida, rent a vehicle and run the entire road through the jungle east to west, or take a bus if you have the heart for it.  Get off at Chichen Itza, climb the pyramids, meander around in the ruins, look at the black sinkhole, sacrificial alter with the blood gutters, consider all those thousands of people who had the living hearts yanked out of their bodies there by priests covered with matted blood and do some serious backtracking on your thinking about how reality is for you.  When you return you won't be dreaming about your job.  It's a certainty.

                              You might take a plane ride across the Atlantic and wander around Wales a couple of weeks, climbing around abandoned castles, thinking about what they mean, what they say about us, about all the wars they represent, all the humans who knew they needed such places to have any hope of filling out their obligation to live until they died of something besides a spear or battle axe.

                              Spend a few days in the British Museum looking at all the relics the generations of Englishmen stole from their conquered countries and carried home with them to educate and edify unborn generations of carping, persnickedy other Englishmen after they got runned home from their empire.  Wander around in Hampton Court and take a look at all the antlers old Henry VIII had the time to take when he wasn't lopping the heads off his wifeys. 

                              Take a long look at the Crusader Museum in Winchester, at Stonehenge, at Salsbury Cathedral.  Consider the guy who spent eleven years under there in a diving suit digging out the wooden foundations and replacing them with concrete.  All the men in armor buried under the floor.  Scratch your head over a crop circle, or three.  Get into the lines of Englishmen grumbling at one another as they stare with vacant eyes at the Roman ruins at Bath.

                              Or, you could spend a week or two in a Zen Monastary or Silva Mind Control course.  Or, say, at the Monroe Institute.

                              Any or all of which will leave you with a complete void of dreams about your job.

                              Think on it, amigo.  Life's entirely too short to spend the nights dreaming about any job.

                              Jack



                              my brother lives in phoenix...i've never been out west thinking of going to see the grand canyon while there.i had some buddies here who moved to albuquerque about ten years ago but i lost touch with them and haven't seen them in ages so i might look them up to see if they are still there.....