Why Do I Have Nightmares in Only One Certain Room?

My son kept saying he’s been seeing things in his room although he sleeps well. I decided to buy a blow up bed and sleep in the room with him. We live in a 1 bedroom apartment so I normally sleep on my pull out couch and hardly ever have bad dreams, anyway every night I sleep in that room with him I have awful awful dreams.

I have not told my son I’m having these nightmares in case it scares him more, yet I wonder how he does not hear me making noises in my sleep. I barely can sleep there. I wake up feeling like I didn’t sleep at all. I know while I’m dreaming I cry for help. I even cry for him to help but I’m not sure if I make actual noise or am dreaming it.

We both love living here and I hate to move over this. There must be some way to help this situation. I would try anything at this point.

Asked by Matthew

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  1. Actually I had a similar experience when I was a kid. There was one particular room in my grandparents house where I always had terrible nightmares. The adults wouldnt really pay any attention to it. That is, when I would tell them that I didnt want to sleep in that room they would make light of it and make me sleep there anyway. Whenever I slept in any other room I was fine but for some reason that particular room was bad.

  2. It’s usually due to the magnetic interference, physical or metaphysical.

    Walk around the room with a compass on a rigid book as base to steady and level, to find a sweet spot.
    If it deviates from the supposed reading about 40 degrees (a quarter of a circle is 90 degrees), something there’s causing it at that sweet spot.

    If the compass even turns a round by itself, there’s entity at that time present.

    Only after the cause is identified, could the remedy be followed.

  3. Hi Matthew,

    I feel like I just read this question yesterday, and answered it?

    In the meantime, the answer is the same. Have your house cleared.

    Places accumulate negativity, shed by people, and sometimes events like battles, or many deaths, and that negativity will draw entities to the house that can haunt people and their dreams.

    You can have your house blessed by a minister of your local church, or have it checked out by a medium who specialises in clearing ghosts, if there are any, or generally negativity. You could smudge the house with white sage, which you can buy at new age stores, or some health food stores now carry it. It’s very easy to use. Basically, its a stick which you light, tamp out a bit to make it smoke, and then go around the whole house, room by room, including in cupboards, and waft the smoke around. Or, you can use the Michael Invocation, which is just below, listed under Pages. Follow the link, read the instructions on the page, and say it like you mean it. That should settle things down, and you can go back to getting a good night’s sleep, and so can your son.

    If you have any questions you can write to me here, or privately from a link on the Michael site.

    Love & Peace
    Ama Nazra (listed below under Friends)

    • Not meaning to be a negative Nellie, but the house I grew up in was really haunted, sage might quiet things down for a day…but it was always back in a day or two…I like the Michael invocation much better…

  4. I often have similar issues in hotels…I figure it’s just the residual energy left over from whomever was there before, have bizarre dreams, unlike my ‘own’…if it’s just an apartment, I’m assuming you rent, why not move? Why live like that? There must be other options nearby? If it’s nasty, clearing might not help…or it may.

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