So I wasn’t sure how to title this and I wasn’t sure what section to put it in so I put it here in the general discussion:
Last night I had a really terrible dream that I lost my dog in a horrible accident (drowning of some kind). I could go into the details but ultimately I don’t think that it’s that important (and mainly I don’t want anyone at work noticing that I’ve been crying). So I woke up this morning a bit earlier than usual, showered and got ready to go to work. My spouse asked me if why I had woken up earlier than normal and I told her that I had a nightmare about losing one of our two dogs to a horrible drowning accident. She wanted me to go into the details of what it entailed, (and eventhough I didn’t really want to) I shared what the dream was about. At the moment I began sharing, I of course didn’t feel very well and started to tear up, and she attempted to console me and give me a hug. Didn’t really feel like having a hug but whatever, she gave me a hug and I went about my business of getting ready for work.
Once I arrived at work, I decided to do a tarot reading regarding this nightmare to see if this nightmare had some significance or if I was supposed to take anything away from it. After doing 3 separate spreads (2 modified celtic cross, 1 inverted cross) all 3 spreads were consistent with issues regard finances, clearing away debt, and business. Oddly enough, my spouse and I are attempting to take care of some old and outstanding debt right now because we would like to purchase a new home, along with starting a business venture in the follow year or so.
So after I did the tarot spreads to attempt to gain some insight, I got a phone call about an hour or so afterwards from my spouse saying that when she woke up a few moments ago, she immediately felt sick to her stomach and had to make a B-line to the bathroom, and for most of the morning she felt sick and nauseated. My question is this: Was it possible or is it possible that there was some type of transfer of those emotions that I had about my nightmare that I may have passed to my spouse while relating my nightmare that may have resulted in her feeling ill for the day, and if so, is there some way I can prevent or shield her from that (aside from not telling her my feelings and emotions regarding a painful situation/experience) ? Thank you all for your insight into this matter.