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11 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

Do we get nightmares at night due to evil spirits? I watched a film called Ghost and had a nightmare and was wondering if they are linked.

Don't watch t.v. just before going to sleep. What you do last before you go to sleep will affect what your dreams will be like.

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3 hours ago, Dsinghdp said:

Do we get nightmares at night due to evil spirits? I watched a film called Ghost and had a nightmare and was wondering if they are linked.

Obviously they are linked, but linked as in whatever you watch or hear before you sleep, you will most likely dream about it. The evil spirits were in the movie you watched so that registered in your mind and later on you dreamt about it. 

Like @Jacfsing2 paji says, don’t watch these type of things before bedtime. 

How old are you ? 

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Dont watch horror films. Im over 21 and have never watched a horror film in my life. My family and friends always laugh that im soo terrified to watch horror films but I just cant bring myself to watch one because I know i would be terrified. 

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6 hours ago, Dsinghdp said:

Do we get nightmares at night due to evil spirits? I watched a film called Ghost and had a nightmare and was wondering if they are linked.

Nightmares are solely due to the projections/activity of one´s own mind, not to evil spirits.

By the way, whenever you find yourself in similar situations, make use of the most powerful weapon all the sikhs carry along, just repeat Wahiguru, Wahiguru, for then, not only the evil spirits if any, but even their boss Kal, shall flee away.

By His simran, we get filled and surrounded by His Kirpa, for as the Bani says:

ਪ੍ਰਭ ਕੈ ਸਿਮਰਨਿ ਭਉ ਨ ਬਿਆਪੈ ॥

Prabh Kai Simaran Bho N Biaapai .

By meditating on the one Nirbao Nirvair Wahiguru Akal purukh, one becomes also nirbao nirvair, just as Him, for then, our surtee merges and becomes one with Him.

As far as possible avoid intoxicating the mind with "maya", rather give it the Amrit of His Saacha Nao.

Sat Sree Akal

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The way it happens is that you watched the movie last then you proceeded to sleep. It was still in your thoughts while you were in the process so it showed up in your dreams.

Nothing fanatical went on there.

I always do Kirtan Sohila before going to sleep in situations like this.

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13 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

I’m 33 years old.

Nightmares in adults

Nightmares and night terrors are usually associated with children, but they can sometimes also affect adults.

There are many possible causes of adult nightmares, but they're often linked to stress, trauma or an existing mental health condition. They can also occur after taking certain types of medication, such as antidepressants.

Sometimes, a condition that affects sleep can be a trigger for night terrors. For example: 

Nightmares don't usually cause any physical harm, but they can be disturbing or upsetting. They may also prevent you getting a good night's sleep. See your GP if you're having regular nightmares that are affecting your sleep and day-to-day life.

If your nightmares are caused by a particular traumatic event, your GP may recommend psychological treatment, such as counselling.

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/night-terrors/Pages/Introduction.aspx

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19 hours ago, Dsinghdp said:

Do we get nightmares at night due to evil spirits? I watched a film called Ghost and had a nightmare and was wondering if they are linked.

No

This only applies to scardy cats. 

Next time only watch these films when your with your parents and make sure they hold your hand while watching. 

Also after the movie tell your mum to read you a nice bedtime story with a happy ending to get you over the horror movie you just watched. Finnaly make sure your favourite teddy bear is with you in bed and hold onto tightly through the night. 

That should help you!!

 

 

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5 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

No

This only applies to scardy cats. 

Next time only watch these films when your with your parents and make sure they hold your hand while watching. 

Also after the movie tell your mum to read you a nice bedtime story with a happy ending to get you over the horror movie you just watched. Finnaly make sure your favourite teddy bear is with you in bed and hold onto tightly through the night. 

That should help you!!

 

 

Why are you being so snarky? we all have our demons and fears. Last I checked you came on here and cried because you felt you were being harassed at work. Rather than face it like a man you ran away like a girl. 

 

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5 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

No

This only applies to scardy cats. 

Next time only watch these films when your with your parents and make sure they hold your hand while watching. 

Also after the movie tell your mum to read you a nice bedtime story with a happy ending to get you over the horror movie you just watched. Finnaly make sure your favourite teddy bear is with you in bed and hold onto tightly through the night. 

That should help you!!

Everyone had or had fears of something, rather than giving this advice you should focus on providing logical and intellectual advice that not only helps yourself, but also others. Are you some manchild acting this immature?

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1 hour ago, Kira said:

Why are you being so snarky? we all have our demons and fears. Last I checked you came on here and cried because you felt you were being harassed at work. Rather than face it like a man you ran away like a girl. 

 

My advice also stands for Kira. Who also gets scared at night and needs to have the bedside table lamp on incase of ghosts that hide under his bed and due to his terrible night fears of being alone by himself. He usually hides under the covers. aww

Next time Kira, call ghost busters when you think you seen a ghost and dont worry you will be safe. So no more tears at bed time for you little one.  

 

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8 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

My advice also stands for Kira. Who also gets scared at night and needs to have the bedside table lamp on incase of ghosts that hide under his bed and due to his terrible night fears of being alone by himself. He usually hides under the covers. aww

Next time Kira, call ghost busters when you think you seen a ghost and dont worry you will be safe. So no more tears at bed time for you little one.  

Do you even know how childish you sound, rather than admit that you don't know Punjabi,(like a reasonable adult), you, in a topic you asked about aliens , mention you don't know Gujarati. @Kira, doesn't need me helping him, but I just had to bring-up the fact that you have absolutely no maturity.

 

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42 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

My advice also stands for Kira. Who also gets scared at night and needs to have the bedside table lamp on incase of ghosts that hide under his bed and due to his terrible night fears of being alone by himself. He usually hides under the covers. aww

Next time Kira, call ghost busters when you think you seen a ghost and dont worry you will be safe. So no more tears at bed time for you little one.  

 

At-least i dont wet myself when someone says a small mean thing to me, You're ridiculing OP yet you're 10x worse. Boho someone said something mean to me and I couldn't handle it . I never even said im afraid of horror movies loool..thank you for showing everyone you have the comprehensive skills of a small child.

If you want I'm sure your local primary school will be happy to provide you with some books to better educate your clear lack of proper people and English skills.

 

If anyone wants a good laugh at how weak and whiney this dude is, please read this.

 

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