Dream about accident, 10 people & monks

Not sure if this has anything to do with anything, but I thought I’d share a short excerpt from my dream last night:

I dreamt I was passing by a road where apparently an accident has happened recently (it was not scary, no one was stressed/crying/rushing/etc.; I was very calm & simply observing). Apparently, 10 people died in it; their bodies were lying around, moved to the side of the road, covered with white cloths. The number 10 was of some significance, but am not sure why exactly. I was surprised that so many people died, as the accident didn’t seem severe–there were no debris, no destruction, and no other signs that anything has happened.

My understanding was that a group of monks had organized some celebration ceremony in the middle of the road (because it wasn’t busy normally), and many people gathered. So, when a car came unexpectedly, many found themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time. The leader of the monks was in a wheel chair, and there may have been something wrong with his eyes.

In all, not sure of the meaning of this, but 10 was significant in some way.

About tolstunka

Just very very talented... what can I do? :) Recently learned that my nakshatra is Purva Phalguni, in case you were wondering...
This entry was posted in Dreams and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Dream about accident, 10 people & monks

  1. tolstunka says:

    Just saw this piece of news: “Florida highway pileup kills at least 10 people.” Apparently, there was a major highway accident on Sunday, January 29, 2012. No mention of any monks, but there was a lot of smog & fog and ppl couldn’t see well. Blessings & prayers to all affected–very traumatic experience.

  2. tolstunka says:

    Hmm, not monks, but an article says 5 church members were among the 10 killed–they were returning from a religious conference on Sat night in FL to catch the Sun morning service in Atlanta: http://news.yahoo.com/fla-highway-patrol-defends-reopening-75-224650891.html

    “A split decision between two pastors regarding when to return to the Atlanta area from Florida was the difference between life and death. They’d just finished a religious conference in Florida on Saturday night and debated when they and their accompanying parishoners would return home. Senior pastor Arao Amazonas said he wanted to wait until the next morning to leave. But pastor Jose Carmo Jr. wanted to be back in time for the suburban Atlanta church’s Sunday morning service and led two vans up Interstate 75 toward Georgia. A few hours later, Amazonas received an early-morning call: Both vans had crashed in the highway’s fog- and smoke-shrouded darkness near Gainesville, Fla. Carmo, his wife and their daughter were among five church members killed…”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s