For example, eating certain things like pizza or ice cream before bed (after 9 or 10 pm) would guarantee that I would either dream or sleepwalk (or both). We all know as teenagers our appetites are off the charts, so I did a lot of sleepwalking on Friday and Saturday nights.
On the flip side, going to bed hungry would trigger one or both. In the Army you weren't allowed to eat junk food or snacks, so going to bed hungry triggered one or both.
Another thing that I’ve found that triggers sleepwalking is being in strange new places like hotels, vacation places or other countries. After returning home from a ten-day trip to China, I dreamt every night for a month. I’d wake up thinking I was still in China!
You can imagine how long after I returned from the Army I was having those dreams! But for me, sleepwalking was not a deferment. The draft was still in effect during the Vietnam War. I'm grateful to my guardian angels and guides that I was not sent to Vietnam, but half my unit was. I can only imagine the dream experiences of our military men and women coming home now. Please send love and light to them and their families.
While having Deja Vu, I would ask where I experienced it before and many times the answer was in my dreams. Many of us have asked: "Am I dreaming or is this real?" The Aborigine in Australia have always believed our dreams are the reality and what we are living is the dream.
With today’s technology, we’re gaining a better understanding of our DNA and the incredible ability of our body/mind vehicle. It’s been said that we’re not humans having a spiritual experience but rather spirits having a human experience. If you or your children are experiencing dreams, it’s my understanding that it is an opportunity to experience even more. Unlimited vision is a gift. However, if you’re experiencing sleepless nights because of it, you have the power and universal right to say when and where or yes or no. We all have guardians assigned to us. Call upon them to protect and regulate what you will or will not do. Thank you for listening and sweet dreams! Pizza anyone?