When I dream of tornadoes I normally wake up in a cold sweat, and find it hard to go back to sleep - NIGHTMARE!
They don't happen often, but when I do dream of them, I can remember each one..I'm usually in a very crowded public place (grocery store), and all of a sudden the sky changes colors. Sometimes it's deep blue, light purple, or even black.
For some reason in a split second, when I stop looking at the color of the sky, the store is empty and I am left alone to fend for myself. By the time I get outside, the tornado is close and I have no time to hide. I normally grab the first pillar I see and grab tight. Sometimes I am still left holding the pillar once the tornado passed but sometimes I get sucked up and I ALWAYS wind up opening up my eyes and all I see is darkness and debris....I hate having this dream and am relieved to see that others share this dream because I swore it was only me.....
I have dreams of tornados a lot too. For the past year and a half they have occurred frequently.
In some of the dreams I'll be in a random place outside that is unfamiliar to me and I see a tornado coming, it gets closer and closer but I just can't escape it. I literally get sucked in the tornado and I am very scared , as I'm being sucked in I think to myself, "I'm dying, I'm going to die, my life is over" As I am in the tornado I'm totally scared but at the same time I feel a feeling of serenity. Moments pass and I'm back on the ground with the tornado gone.
Other times I will dream of a tornado coming, I see it but then before it comes it goes away.
Once I dreamed I was in a pasture with my dad and brother, the grass was green, it was sunny out, we were walking through a large green grass field but black greyish tornadoes, maybe 5 or 6 were everywhere surrounding the field about a few hundred feet in front of us twirling around, but none of us were scared and continued walking.
There other night, for the first time, I dreamed of tornadoes. There were five or six on the ground at one time but one seemed to be chasing me, I tried to keep my eyes on it so I could run in the opposite direction, it was sucking everything up around it causing complete devastation.
When I finally awoke from my dream, I sat on the edge of the bed for a while trying to make sense of the dream it was like no other I have ever had. And today for some reason I typed in this topic and it brought me to this site.
I see in some of the other comments that it may deal with finances or due rent issues, and both of those I am dealing with at this time due to my love of the casinos and those slot machines. It has taken more money than I would like to say...
I keep having the same dream. It's a big black tornado and it's always heading towards my 2 horses and I have to get to them to bring them home. The black tornado is moving in different directions and I am panicking and trying to save the horses and don't want to put them in the stable but have nowhere safe for them to go....I am afraid and scared, the tornado is angry and there is sometimes lightening...
In my life at the moment, I am out of work, facing repossession and in a financial mess. I think this could be relevant to what's happening in my life at the moment, after reading other explanations.
I have recurring dreams of tornadoes and I never seem to get hurt, but I am a college student living with my mom and my mom is never around in the dream. It's weird because I'm always with her and she wasn't in the dream.
For some odd reason in the dreams there is always some mythical creature. The last dream had a dragon-like demon and in this one there was a hunchback looking creature....and they seem to appear from the tornado itself.
I was in a store with my husband and we were in our hometown where we never have tornados, and I wasn't feeling well, so I decided to sit down inside the store. I looked outside and the tornado was upon us and I called for my husband to come and gather us up and we needed to leave. I wanted to know where my daughter was within the store and when I tried to get up I hadn't the strength to move. I felt a seizure coming on and when I looked outside I saw the tornado again and that a man was hurt and no one would help him, I was angry that I couldn't help him, and everyone was just standing there letting him die. I couldn't move.