What does it mean to dream about time going backwards? Can you help explain it? It’s an alarm clock on the table, and time is running backwards. Thank you!
The story is like this: I had another strange dream last night. I woke up at 3:30 in the middle of the night. People nearby were playing mahjong. I got up and went to the WC. As soon as I lay down in bed, I had a "dream" that seemed like a dream. First, I couldn't move my whole body. Then I thought about the last nightmare where I couldn't move my whole body. I was scared. I wanted to scream but couldn't. So I looked at the alarm clock on the table and found that time was running backwards. I went to get the alarm clock in the drawer. My phone turned off when it was turned on, so I kept chanting Bodhisattva. When I finally woke up, I yelled "Ah". Dizzy) I don’t know why I can still hear the sound of people playing mahjong nearby while I’m dreaming. The first thing I did after I woke up was to look at the alarm clock on the table and found that it was normal. My mobile phone was working normally, which made me afraid to go to bed in the middle of the night. I kept the light on. Now I have no energy to go to work. I called my dad and got in touch. A nightmare incident, I was afraid that I might have encountered something unclean. My dad said there was no such thing in the world. He is an atheist. I used to believe in atheism. Why do I keep having such strange dreams recently?
(www.onlinedreamsinterpretation.com) Dream Interpretation: The occurrence of nightmare experiences is usually accompanied by two conditions. On the one hand, your physical condition needs to be paid attention to, and on the other hand, there are some things in your heart that need to be paid attention to. Solution, the alarm clock is turned upside down, which means that you feel that some things in reality are not developing in the direction you think they should be, or that things are not developing as you expected, making you feel confused and uneasy, and have some doubts about the external world. Taking the mobile phone from the drawer can be understood as you are looking for yourself within yourself, because you have doubts about the external world, which triggers doubts about the internal self. You hope to solve the doubts by communicating with yourself internally, but you find that the mobile phone turns off when it is turned on. It means that you find it difficult to communicate with yourself and that you cannot position yourself well.