Limitless Cinema in Broken English

June 1, 2009


Filed under: Uncategorized — celinejulie @ 10:44 pm

My friend just wrote about some eerily true dreams in her facebook, so I sent an e-mail to her to share my experience. I decided to post my e-mail in my blog, too. I think maybe some of you might have this kind of strange experiences, too.

My eerily true dreams can be divided into two groups. The first groups are the dreams/nightmares about some crimes which will happen in the future. In early 1990’s, I had a nightmare about a murder in a kindergarten. A few years later, I saw a photo of a corpse in a kindergarten published on the front page of a newspaper, and I was shocked, because I knew I had seen this image before in that nightmare.

After that, sometimes when I read crime news in newspaper, I found that the events described in the news were like what I had seen in my dreams a few days before. But my dreams are quite useless. Usually, what I saw in them are very vague. I only saw someone killing someone, but I didn’t know their names, the exact place where it will occur, when it will occur, etc. So I prayed to any sacred beings who might hear me that you should stop giving me this kind of nightmares if I can’t use them to prevent the bad things from happening. I think my prayer is answered, because I haven’t had this kind of nightmares again for many years.

The second group of my true dreams are the dreams which show me some scenes from the films I will see in the next few days. This happens quite often to me, and I don’t have problems with this kind of dreams. I think I first had this kind of dreams in 2001 or 2002. The latest one happened to me on Wednesday night. In that dream, I quarreled a lot with my mother about my homosexuality. On Friday, I watched a Thai short film called MAHJONG, which is about a lesbian who has a problem with her mother, and I found that the film strangely corresponds to my dream. I believe things like this happen to me because many things in this world have “wavelengths”, and I can pick up this kind of wavelengths from time to time.



  1. This is my reply to Vespertine in my bilingual blog:

    It’s good that you don’t have nightmares like that. In fact, I think I may unintentionally exaggerate the fact when I used the word “sometimes” in my e-mail. As far as I can remember now, I might have only three nightmares which turned out to be true, though these true three nightmares kept me worried for many years.

    Comment by celinejulie — June 4, 2009 @ 12:02 am

  2. This is my reply to Vespertine in my bilingual blog:

    –I didn’t know about Richard Bach’s ONE before. It seems interesteing. Sometimes I think the alternate reality might exist, maybe on some other planets. The reason why I think like this is because I notice that in many of my dreams, I saw the places which are partly similar to the real places in my real life, but are partly different at the same time. For example, I live in a six-floored apartment building in my real life, but in many of my dreams I found myself living in an eight-floored apartment building. So I guess maybe there is an alternate reality in which I live in an eight-floored apartment building and I can get a glimpse of that alternate reality through my dreams from time to time. However, this theory of mine doesn’t make me fond of the film PASSION OF MIND (2000, Alain Berliner, C+), which seems to correspond to my theory. Hahaha.

    –After I wrote about my scary nightmares, I started to remember that at that time I had to invent a theory to give me a peace of mind. Though I might be able to see a murder in advance, I don’t believe that it is a thing which is inevitable or cannot be prevented, because there are also many nightmares which don’t turn out to be true. So I invented a theory that maybe:

    1.98 % of my dreams/nightmares are caused by the indigestion in my stomach or something like that. Hahaha.

    2. Two percents of my dreams/nightmares may predict “something which MAY happen in the future” not “something which MUST happen in the future”. Among these two percents, one percent turns out to be true; one percent turns out not to be true, because the person I saw in my dream changes his/her mind or because of other factors.

    I don’t know if my theory is true or not, but I choose to believe in them because it gives me a peace of mind. I think all of us are capable to choose to do or not to do anything at any moment, and those choices of ours can change the future or can improve the future.

    Comment by celinejulie — June 5, 2009 @ 6:29 pm

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