I documented a lucid dream on Feb 27 2020. Read “Bodyguarding: Using Video Game Mode To Figure Things Out About India“. I learned from this dream that Modi is building a culture of abuse inside some Indian universities. But, there is a symbol in this dream that relates well to how Amnesty International is closing its doors in India due to harassments by Indian government. In my dream, I clearly stated the following:
This time the dream started in the middle of the night. I was near a place that had a gigantic wall next to bushes or trees. There was a guy ahead of me; and, he was climbing the wall pretty fast like a ninja. I saw him do this and felt intimidated because I have not flown in my dreams for some while. Even then I attempted to climb the wall and follow him. Suddenly, the Human Rights Activist I was trying to find earlier came flying towards me. I could see him clearly right now. He seemed like a real alive person. I think he noticed me and was about to say something to me. To my utter surprise and shock, the scene suddenly became violent. I think there was someone else in the trees besides the male who had just climbed over the wall. Maybe, there were two guys hiding there—I don’t know for sure. A guy who was dressed in black and whose face was concealed stabbed this Human Rights Activist. The activist fell down and almost fainted due to pain. I held him as he tried to communicate. Furthermore, I noticed that the stabber was a young man who actually felt bad about what he just did—he seemed confused. I wanted to get help so the scene shifted. I was now near a shop or an office; and, a dream character came out from this place as I held the activist and almost cried. I told this new dream character to immediately call 9/11. I talked to the activist and tried to comfort him. His shirt was now open; and, I could see the cut made by the knife—the cut was made somewhere just above or on the abdomen. His body was still warm and alive; and, he was still breathing. He was looking at me and was aware of me despite his poor condition. I held his hand and placed his head against my chest as I slowly talked to him. I felt horrible because I did not realize what had just happened and why. Source: Bodyguarding: Using Video Game Mode To Figure Things Out About India.
As you can see, it is a Human Rights Activist who is left bleeding and confused. He suffered a physical injury because someone decided to attack him. Later, in this post, I noted the following:
I think that this dream is suggesting that if the current atmosphere of bullying that is sustained by Modi’s government continues, then even the wisest and the most well known Human Rights Activists—the guy who met me in this dream is a very respected historic figure—will face extreme hardships and assassinations. Source: Bodyguarding: Using Video Game Mode To Figure Things Out About India.
So the person in my dream is a very well-known world-renowned Human Rights Activist. I am not mentioning his name in this post because I don’t want people to form any harmful ideas—its a precautionary measure. Thus the dream suggested that the harm caused by Modi will reach to the very top. Recently, I read the news about how Amnesty International, a well-respected and famous global organization, is leaving India due to abuse by the Indian government. This is when the symbolic significance of the injury sustained by this particular dream character hit me.
I have had symbolic dreams before. Below are two historic symbolic dreams of mine.
Prediction Within A Prediction: Use of Mind’s Peripheral Vision This dream is about how during COVID-19 pandemic mass graves are being dug inside New York. This post is about a dream that came true after I received it.
Another Lucid Dream Came True: US Is Dangerous For Journalists This dream is about how US has become extremely dangerous for journalists. This post is about a dream that came true after I received it.
Saying all this, I must comment that I will continue to warn the world about how dangerous India has become for those who want to protect the vulnerable and those who believe in free speech and actions.
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