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    Two dreams

    by , 01-24-2014 at 11:17 PM (325 Views)
    It's been some time since I last posted here, so I figured it might be fun to do so and comment a bit on my dreams. I will be keeping my dreams on my computer as well starting today, and I will place paper and pencil next to my bed so I can write down some keywords that relate to the dreams I have.

    Both of these dreams are non-lucid.

    Dream 1:
    I'm at snowy mountains, most likely winter sports. It's quite crowded here, and my sister and her boyfriend are somewhere at these mountains as well but not near me right now. I'm in a queue and I see a girl looking at me, as I look her in the eye I just have enough time to smile. She looks back down and up again after a second or so and smiles. I approach her, we talk a bit and both sit down. However she is just not my type and I can notice myself slowly sinking away and I eventually fall down the mountain.

    I wake up in a japanese style room, my sis and her boyfriend are there as well. I go up to my sis and I notice there's a green insect on her, so I flick it off her with my fingers. He keeps coming back and there's more and more eventually, her boyfriend doesn't do anything however. The dream slowly fades to black and I wake up.


    Dream 2:
    This is kinda vague, but I can remember being in a very dark room with a broken tv (it's cracking and shit). I'm feeling anxious here, and I feel myself unable to move. This is a common occurrence in some of my dreams and it's bugging the shit out of me, however this time I manage to break free but my dream fades away as soon as that happens.

    Notes: I think this 'force' that is holding me down, the force that is separating me from my body is my weed addiction which I am overcoming now (13 days clean now) and this force hasn't been as much of a hassle lately, so metaphorically speaking it makes sense. Good stuff.

    I'm a firm believer that dreams are messages of the subconscious to make you more aware of yourself and even to guide you in life.

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    non-lucid , false awakening

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