Was it a dream, or reincarnation?

I don’t believe we live many lives and are reincarnated over and over.


I have had this dream a few times now and it is, to say the least, disconcerting.

I’m in a room, it looks to be a one-room log cabin, and down on wall a stove and beside it a bed.  It’s cozy, so I suspect it might be cold outside.

The wood stove is burning and is the source of warmth.

This all sounds very homely, perhaps a dream inspired by inner happiness with my lot in life.  I know that around the first time had the dream I was living in a house with a wood stove in the kitchen.

Why then is the woman,  as a matter of interest, the woman who is my wife in this dream, not my current wife?

Are you as confused as I am?

Let me add this, I first had this dream the day before I married in this life.  Could it be construed that I was foretelling a long and contented life with the woman I was about to marry or was it a memory triggered from a previous married life?

I’m sure Freud would have a field day with this one.




9 thoughts on “Was it a dream, or reincarnation?

  1. Also, you have posted before your thoughts and observations on common everyday words and phrases. I would love to read your insights on the phrase ‘ home is where you make it.’ Been coming across it a lot lately for some reason.

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  2. It’s funny that I was just discussing this subject with my husband a few days ago, mainly because the people in my dreams seem so real and the actions so familiar. But as a Christian, I resist the thought of reincarnation, but there is so much about the world we don’t know.

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