I am looking at some of my dreams to study some of the short signals. Over time, I have learned that even short signals can be extremely significant. For instance, see the dream I wrote in 2015. In this dream, I specifically mentioned the following:
She turned her attention to the Black woman and heard her comment that the plague started a while back but she does not know where they came from. “What sort of plague is she talking about?” She thought as she gently stepped out of her body and followed the black figure. “Proof That I Can Move Ahead In Time By Around Four Years”
This part of the dream showed two important facts:
- The Coronavirus pandemic was going to spread fast, so fast that some experts would start to regard it as a plague. Now there are articles about this! For example, see Kelsey Piper’s article “Covid-19 ranks among the 10 deadliest plagues in history“; according to this article, coronavirus plague is actually one of the top 10 most lethal plagues in history.
- A Black woman spoke to me because the Black people are disproportionately impacted by this plague. See Stephanie Soucheray’s article “US blacks 3 times more likely than whites to get COVID-19“. I am using an article about America because the rest of this dream is set in America. I am sure Black people will get harmed from this virus more in any racist place; this virus is just showing the result of inequalities. Furthermore, it helps to note that the Omicron surge originated from South Africa; read Mohammed Adam’s article “Adam: Omicron’s spread helps highlight the gross inequity of vaccine distribution“.
So did you see the power of short dream signals?
It helps to note that one reason—not all the reasons—why I couldn’t get this message across faster is inequality and racism, which is offered to me because I am a non-White Muslim woman. Canada has been revealed as one of the top countries where discriminatory hiring practices take place; read “Canada Ranked As One Of The Top Countries For Racial Discrimination In The Hiring Process“.
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