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WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

For those who interpret meaning in accidents, what do you think about this?

Asked by WillWorkForChocolate (23110points) January 10th, 2011

Some people believe that repeat accidents hold some sort of meaning, like your subconscious is trying to tell you something. I have accidentally burned myself three times recently. On two of the occasions, the burn was pretty bad.

If my subconscious is trying to clue me in to something by burning myself, what could it be?

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Coloma's avatar

Impossible to say. That is YOUR work. ’-)

Have you felt ‘burned’ by somebody lately, holding a grudge that has been re-activated?

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

No, I don’t think so. That’s kind of why I was asking for insight. I’ve thought and thought about it and can’t figure anything out! But then again, I’m not used to interpreting things, so maybe I’m just not seeing something that’s right in front of my face.

Cruiser's avatar

When I start noticing more cuts and bruises than usual….I find I am very distracted by some significant challenge in my life. Burns are the worst as that usually means I am really wrapped up in something big time!

Arbornaut's avatar

@Cruiser says it well. We learn things are HOT pretty early on, and if your having trouble with that then theres something going on.
Iv had similar experiences, usually in times of stress and affecting me mostly at work.

john65pennington's avatar

It means you are not focused on the subject at hand, but rather on something else.

You are not alone. once a month i have my “dropsy day”. this is my day that i either drop something or knock something over. its normal.

Coloma's avatar

I had my ‘no seeing’ day, today, jeez…pulled out in front of a truck, I SWEAR it wasn’t there when I looked….sometimes. Space cadet needs to get off the road. lol

Arbornaut's avatar

@Coloma Having driven trucks for a few years in a city, iv had to deal with this first hand many times.
Please stay home or catch the bus when your having a no seeing day!

Coloma's avatar

@Arbornaut

I respect that, but..the problem is, you don’t know if you’re having a ‘no seeing’ day til you don’t see. hahaha

Arbornaut's avatar

@Coloma Yeah i know! ha ha ha.

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