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So last week I had a dream where I saw a tabletop map, a couple passports (I'm assuming they belonged to Ashleigh and I), and a fistful of 50¥ bills. For some reason at the time I thought yen was Chinese currency. So I tell Ashleigh about this dream, and thinking it was about travel, and then we were talking about how there's no way in hell we were travelling to China if that's what the sign meant.

A few nights later Ashleigh says she had a dream where we were eating at a steakhouse and there were "Chinese" people under our table and we were feeding them. When the waiter gave us our steaks the waiter asked where "they" went and we said they're under the table. The waiter then said "that's ok because we cant see them." That's all Ashleigh remembers about the dream.

So after she shares that I decided maybe I should check what country actually used yen because I wasn't sure. Turns out Yen is Japanese currency. But a Google search shows that China and Japan use the ¥ symbol in their market. So I decided to check with Ashleigh whether these people under the table were Japanese or Chinese. So I googled "Japanese person" and "Chinese person". And she said that the people in the dream looked Japanese according to the Google pictures.

So i think it's safe to say my dream had to do with Japan. Which is strange that my wife had a similar dream thinking about China as that was the place we talked about. Kinda shows how even with a little unintended distortion of information she still had a dream related to mine. Now the question stands...... what's this one mean?
 

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hmm. If I would to interpret the meaning, I would say that either that the dreams are telling you to maybe take a vacation? For example, 2 people have the same dream. Both are running wild and free on horses, galloping. Now 2 meanings can come from this, Depending on the person.

One guy is a wild adventurous man. The 2nd man is a quiet man who doesn't take risks. The dream tells the first man to slow down. The 2nd person the dream is telling him to speed up!

So if we apply both sides to your dreams. I personally see that the dream indicates you to take some time off or get your butt back to work. lol. But why china? Why not dream about Italy? cool dreams though!
 
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So last week I had a dream where I saw a tabletop map, a couple passports (I'm assuming they belonged to Ashleigh and I), and a fistful of 50¥ bills. For some reason at the time I thought yen was Chinese currency. So I tell Ashleigh about this dream, and thinking it was about travel, and then we were talking about how there's no way in hell we were travelling to China if that's what the sign meant.

A few nights later Ashleigh says she had a dream where we were eating at a steakhouse and there were "Chinese" people under our table and we were feeding them. When the waiter gave us our steaks the waiter asked where "they" went and we said they're under the table. The waiter then said "that's ok because we cant see them." That's all Ashleigh remembers about the dream.

So after she shares that I decided maybe I should check what country actually used yen because I wasn't sure. Turns out Yen is Japanese currency. But a Google search shows that China and Japan use the ¥ symbol in their market. So I decided to check with Ashleigh whether these people under the table were Japanese or Chinese. So I googled "Japanese person" and "Chinese person". And she said that the people in the dream looked Japanese according to the Google pictures.

So i think it's safe to say my dream had to do with Japan. Which is strange that my wife had a similar dream thinking about China as that was the place we talked about. Kinda shows how even with a little unintended distortion of information she still had a dream related to mine. Now the question stands...... what's this one mean?
:astonished:

Uh-oh. I've seen this sort of thing before. It's more common than one might imagine.

There is no way to sugar-coat this, so I'm just going to say it.

I think you're turning Japanese.

 
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So last week I had a dream where I saw a tabletop map, a couple passports (I'm assuming they belonged to Ashleigh and I), and a fistful of 50¥ bills. For some reason at the time I thought yen was Chinese currency. So I tell Ashleigh about this dream, and thinking it was about travel, and then we were talking about how there's no way in hell we were travelling to China if that's what the sign meant.

A few nights later Ashleigh says she had a dream where we were eating at a steakhouse and there were "Chinese" people under our table and we were feeding them. When the waiter gave us our steaks the waiter asked where "they" went and we said they're under the table. The waiter then said "that's ok because we cant see them." That's all Ashleigh remembers about the dream.

So after she shares that I decided maybe I should check what country actually used yen because I wasn't sure. Turns out Yen is Japanese currency. But a Google search shows that China and Japan use the ¥ symbol in their market. So I decided to check with Ashleigh whether these people under the table were Japanese or Chinese. So I googled "Japanese person" and "Chinese person". And she said that the people in the dream looked Japanese according to the Google pictures.

So i think it's safe to say my dream had to do with Japan. Which is strange that my wife had a similar dream thinking about China as that was the place we talked about. Kinda shows how even with a little unintended distortion of information she still had a dream related to mine. Now the question stands...... what's this one mean?
By chance the two of you didn't have Asian food for dinner the evening preceding the dreams, did you?
 

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Perhaps the oriental people represent a foreign place or people. The people under the table only you two can see. Could this be a metaphor for your communication with the other side? Just a thought.
 
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hmm. If I would to interpret the meaning, I would say that either that the dreams are telling you to maybe take a vacation? For example, 2 people have the same dream. Both are running wild and free on horses, galloping. Now 2 meanings can come from this, Depending on the person.

One guy is a wild adventurous man. The 2nd man is a quiet man who doesn't take risks. The dream tells the first man to slow down. The 2nd person the dream is telling him to speed up!

So if we apply both sides to your dreams. I personally see that the dream indicates you to take some time off or get your butt back to work. lol. But why china? Why not dream about Italy? cool dreams though!
It wasn't about China. We realized that it's about Japan...
 
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By chance the two of you didn't have Asian food for dinner the evening preceding the dreams, did you?
Nope. We dont eat much Asian food
 
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So last week I had a dream where I saw a tabletop map, a couple passports (I'm assuming they belonged to Ashleigh and I), and a fistful of 50¥ bills. For some reason at the time I thought yen was Chinese currency. So I tell Ashleigh about this dream, and thinking it was about travel, and then we were talking about how there's no way in hell we were travelling to China if that's what the sign meant.

A few nights later Ashleigh says she had a dream where we were eating at a steakhouse and there were "Chinese" people under our table and we were feeding them. When the waiter gave us our steaks the waiter asked where "they" went and we said they're under the table. The waiter then said "that's ok because we cant see them." That's all Ashleigh remembers about the dream.

So after she shares that I decided maybe I should check what country actually used yen because I wasn't sure. Turns out Yen is Japanese currency. But a Google search shows that China and Japan use the ¥ symbol in their market. So I decided to check with Ashleigh whether these people under the table were Japanese or Chinese. So I googled "Japanese person" and "Chinese person". And she said that the people in the dream looked Japanese according to the Google pictures.

So i think it's safe to say my dream had to do with Japan. Which is strange that my wife had a similar dream thinking about China as that was the place we talked about. Kinda shows how even with a little unintended distortion of information she still had a dream related to mine. Now the question stands...... what's this one mean?
while I was coming up and started to (try) to provide for my family the best I could I noticed it wasnt as easy as I thought it might be and I felt the weight of the world on me as I looked to the world for help I heard reports on the news about the Asian fare trade bill that was sending a lot of good paying jobs over there and thought to my self my fathers generation had it easier al though their lack of education was apparent that didn't matter at that time because this nation was self sufficient at that time. I know you are in Canada but Canada is also a part of the united nations which deems the far trade bill that is now a law.

I guess what I mean is your mind is overloading and trying to come up with reasonable sources on how to do your best for your family.
 
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while I was coming up and started to (try) to provide for my family the best I could I noticed it wasnt as easy as I thought it might be and I felt the weight of the world on me as I looked to the world for help I heard reports on the news about the Asian fare trade bill that was sending a lot of good paying jobs over there and thought to my self my fathers generation had it easier al though their lack of education was apparent that didn't matter at that time because this nation was self sufficient at that time. I know you are in Canada but Canada is also a part of the united nations which deems the far trade bill that is now a law.

I guess what I mean is your mind is overloading and trying to come up with reasonable sources on how to do your best for your family.
I think you're right. And thanks for taking the post seriously
 
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