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Posted: October 10, 2004, 10:15 am - IP Logged

Ihad a dream that I was swimming in a pool and was bitten by a snake and when I asked how long it will take for this bite to kill me ,I was told 15 minutes.

Any help with this.

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    Posted: October 10, 2004, 10:22 am - IP Logged

    Swimming: 235 - 225

    Pool: 054 - 742

    Snake: 623 - 186

    Snakebite: 545 - 245

    015 amount of minutes

    Thanks for sharing your dream Benjya and good luck!!!!

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      Posted: October 10, 2004, 10:42 am - IP Logged

      NBey6,



      Thanks a bunch

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        Posted: October 10, 2004, 11:34 am - IP Logged

          As suggested 150 in some way for amount of minutes.

        I also find that you have to really look at a dream and think about it.   Sometimes it is the emotion that you are feeling or even if you noticed if it was night or day.  What stood out the most?     

        Snake also plays for 462

        Snakebite  544  554

        poison  173  143

        Good luck

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          Posted: October 10, 2004, 11:39 am - IP Logged

          It was at night

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            What I meant about night or day was when you got bitten did you notice if was daytime or night time, dusk, twilight in the dream.  It is important to remember because that may be the focus of the dream.  I've hit several times just by noticing if it was day or night in the dream.    Also, where were you bitten, leg, hand, etc., you may want to consider that too.  Dreams are so tricky, you have to really think about them and then decide which of the numbers to play and how to play them.

             

            Good luck

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              Posted: October 10, 2004, 1:26 pm - IP Logged

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                Posted: October 10, 2004, 2:18 pm - IP Logged

                It was at night and on the leg

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                  Quote: Originally posted by ohioplayer on October 10, 2004


                    Dreams are so tricky, you have to really think about them and then decide which of the numbers to play and how to play them.

                  Good luck







                  ohioplayer,

                  I've noticed from your posts that you seem to be somewhat in touch with your intuition and spirituality. I couldn't agree more with you about understanding dreams and abstracting information from them. Since we all have our own personal points of reference, we can interpret our own dreams much more accurately than any book or anybody else can do it for us. As you said, we have to be willing to take the time to think about our dreams in order to understand them and find the applications for the information they give us.

                  Quite a few years ago, I had a dream that I just couldn't seem to forget at the time. It just stayed with me from the moment I awoke that morning. There were numbers in the dream, but I couldn't figure out what they meant. The memory of the dream and those numbers were driving me to distraction because they simply wouldn't go away. I was playing horses at the time, so I finally figured that it must have something to do with betting on them, but I still couldn't figure out what that might be. It finally dawned upon me that the numbers were for the Daily Double at the track. That was odd because I never played the Daily Double, but somehow I knew for sure that was the application for the numbers in my dream. Well, I went to the track that day and played the numbers from my dream in the Daily Double. They hit!

                  Call it synchronicity or whatever, but those were the right numbers and I made money on them. I'm not saying that this sort of thing happens to me on any regular basis, but it does happen. I think it's possible for anyone else to have the same kind of experience if they are willing to really pay attention to what their dreams are telling them. I would encourage everyone to take the time to stop and think about their dreams. When you figure them out, the insight will hit you like a flash of enlightenment.

                  Good luck,

                  aye'

                   

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                    Aye

                    I have to agree with  you with you say that only you can interpret your dreams.  As you are the only one who knows how you felt when you were dreaming.  I wish people could understand just how important dreams are.  It can win you money.  I am a living witness to this.  I'm not bragging but I win a lot just by playing my dreams and a few other ways.  My husband saw me winning so much he thought he would jump on the band wagon.  He woke one morning and told me his dream, I thought about it and told him what to play.  He won.  He dreamt the next night and ran to play it and lost.  He hate losing money more than I do and he quit playing that very day.  He said he thought that all you had to do was dream it, play it and then go and collect your money.    I told him that it is not that easy.  I was foolish enough to believe that at first too but after I got bit a few times, I learned differently.  It takes thought, patience, research, faith, and a certain  willingness to lose.  I guess what I mean by that is don't play with money you are going to miss.

                    Be blessed and luck to all.

                     

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                      Posted: October 11, 2004, 9:13 pm - IP Logged

                      ohioplayer,

                      You certainly are right that scared money has a way of losing. Similarly, I think that trying too hard sometimes tends to chase luck away. That kind of intensity just isn't altogether consistent with those qualities of thought, patience, faith and acceptance. There are potential winnings out there for all of us, but there's a way of allowing them to happen as opposed to making them happen. I must admit that my best fortunes have come at those times when I was disinterested enough to make my life receptive to them. That's not to say that we have to do absolutely nothing in order to be lucky; good luck often seems to come when preparation meets opportunity. We should, however, try to maintain a certain equanimity as we research, plan, and implement our plays. It's the unbridled fervor that creates an energy which self-defeating.

                      Something that I wasn't entirely clear about in my last post was the fact that I don't think every dream necessarily holds lucky numbers for lottery play. We have many dreams and there are many types of dreams. Sometimes they represent our  hopes, fears, ambitions, extended thinking, or even those winning lottery numbers; sometimes they're just jumbled nonsense. In my own experience, it's always been quite clear to me when I've had dreams that were to be applied to some form of gambling. I just haven't had those dreams as often as I would like. It may be possible to program for those kinds of dreams or cultivate a greater awareness of them through something like lucid dreaming. I really don't know. I do know that it greatly helps to recognize and trust one's intuition in matters of luck. I once saw a complete series of "horn" numbers unfolding at a craps table in Las Vegas and I was able to cash in big on a one roll bet on boxcars (NOT a recommended wager) because my awareness and intuition saw it coming. It was like that sudden flash of enlightenment I talked about in understanding a dream. When it comes through to you, you just know it. You don't know how you know it and you don't bother to question it, but you know you know it.

                      Good luck,

                      aye'

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                        Posted: October 11, 2004, 9:47 pm - IP Logged

                        Aye

                        You are right in that all dreams are not number related no matter how much we may wish it to be so.  Some dreams are just nonsense, some dreams predictive and there are some dreams that really are number dreams for instance the dream I had that my brother in law said to play "execution" which by the way came out in my state as well as others.  There was no doubt that this was a number dream.  Something like can be very clear but not too often does something like that happen.     Since it is never always this clear cut, I have a hard time trying to weed out the real number dreams.  I wonder if this is really possible.

                         

                        Be blessed

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                          Quote: Originally posted by ohioplayer on October 11, 2004



                           Something like (this) can be very clear but not too often does something like that happen. Since it is never always this clear cut, I have a hard time trying to weed out the real number dreams.  I wonder if this is really possible.

                          Be blessed






                          ohioplayer,

                          In all of the dreams and premonitions I've ever had about playing numbers, the numbers were always right there. All I had to do was figure out how to use them. As I said, there was always a very certain feeling of knowing when I had the right numbers and the right way to use them. It's hard to describe, but it's like the difference between knowing that you know as opposed to just knowing. Once we learn to trust our intuition, there is an unmistakable clarity about it. If you really want to sharpen your intuitive skills, you might try something like taking a course in the Silva Method. Even a good yoga course can open up your awareness. You might have to try a number of things before you find exactly what clicks for you. Keep at it and you'll be able to sort out those number dreams.

                          Good luck,

                          aye'


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                            Posted: October 19, 2004, 4:33 am - IP Logged

                            benjya..................your dream means that you have come very close to dieng

                            and will again soon

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                              Posted: October 19, 2004, 4:39 am - IP Logged

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