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    1. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      Really?
      ha, wow.
      well, im still on my red P's.
      id have to do a few tests, to get my full licence.
    2. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
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      Simply put, I've simply never finished my licence, despite having pretty much done nearly all of it at one point.
    3. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      Do you actually have your licence, or are you a learner driver?
    4. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      did you want the jab?
    5. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
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      It was, yes. It was mostly uneventful apart from being a bit ill and weak for a few days.
    6. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      that recent jab, was for covid?
    7. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
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      I've never been tested for it because there's never been any need, so far. I did have a jab recently-ish, a few weeks ago now I think. I have had other dreams with a bit of a Covid context too but I suppose your comment highlights the fact that only a short time before this dream I'd recently been hearing about people wanting to travel and so on and needing to have jabs, being tested, etc. So that may have been a factor in why some of this context was there in the dream.
    8. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      Have you been tested for Covid and had a jab?
    9. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      has there been any recent situations, be it the last 6 - 12 months, such as at work, or a social setting, that stepping forward as a leader, was something you could have done?
      being told what you should be doing, is that because the other person has more "authority" than what you do?
    10. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
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      When nobody else will, sometimes I do, though I think it also largely depends on how confident I feel about it in the moment, usually.

      And it has bothered me sometimes in the past yes. Rarely does as much now, especially because quite often I feel it's a lot more relaxing to just let someone else tell you what you should be doing.
    11. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      ok, i'll ask it like this:
      do you step forward to do something, such as lead, when no one else will?

      regarding contexts and the roles, be it captaining a sports team, or other group, having the ability to lead, but not exercising that ability, does that bother you?
    12. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
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      Quote Originally Posted by aussiemusician
      Do you consider yourself to be a leader?
      This is an interesting one.

      At some points in my childhood I had leadership roles, but always in informal contexts. In formal contexts, I was almost always at the bottom, either because of lack of interest or because of lack of ability.

      Thinking about it now, I realise that my childhood lucid experiences were also ones where I was in roles of leadership.

      And so to answer your question more directly, I have always believed myself in having a capacity for leadership, but I have rarely exercised that capacity in my life. When it comes to real responsibilities I am often not in the best positions to be in that role, for any number of reasons, all of which depend on the context and what the role demands of me.
    13. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      Do you consider yourself to be a leader?
    14. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      so a partial blackout by the electricity?
      perhaps a circuit breaker?
    15. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      a bit of both?
      ok, fair enough.
    16. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
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      aussimusician, I would say it was a bit of both, because it felt too casual to be a proper service, and too organised to be a generic social gathering, though in my mind a service does fit into the context of "social gathering" anyway. My recall of that dream fragment isn't great anymore anyway.

      That's interesting monsa199a, I'm not sure I ever had a visit in my dreams to an actual church I've been in, not even ones that I visited often with my family when I was younger. Most of the time, dream churches are agglomerations of several different styles or specific bits I've seen in churches over the years. And yes, your assumption was correct about the pipe maker. I don't know where the number came from exactly and I'm not sure how it might relate to waking reality in terms of actual statistics, but the general ratio was probably based off my own impressions of how much money certain churches have to spare (versus how little others have to spare).
    17. monsa199a's Avatar
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      nice fragments... I often dream visiting my old church, perhaps because since I started lucid dreaming I stopped going to church. So I guess since is in a church, and hearing about the mind blowing statistics; when you talked about pipe maker, do you mean an organ pipe maker?
    18. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      so it was a church service, and not a social gathering?
    19. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
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      I've been to many churches of different denominations, both for services and not.

      Can't quite say about the cordoning off, but in the dream it felt a bit like those uncommon times when I've gone somewhere and they're either closing up or still preparing as I get there.
    20. aussiemusician's Avatar
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      so the church you go to, is it like that of hillsong, another pentecostal or is it a different "denomination" ?

      and what was the go with cordoning off an area of the church?
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