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    1. A dream about a shared dream and my wife said my spiritual journey was woo woo

      by , 12-18-2013 at 02:34 PM
      I remember being out on a trip or staying the night somewhere with friends and relatives. Matt was there and we were talking about a shared dream we had. People looked on in amazement and disbelief.

      Matt would describe something and I would relate and finish it. The content of the dream we were talking about is interesting, it was like it was another dream I had earlier that night and now here I am in this dream talking about it.

      I remember only part of it. There was a tree with lots of blocks hanging down like fruit. And I accidentally hit one with my head and a tree popped out of it a lot like Mario games. It grew into a tree itself. Funny.

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      Another piece i remember is being in some sort of hall or auditorium, or church. My wife was there but not sitting by me. I said something about my journey being importantÖ. And she flipped out, ďoh, your journey is the most Woo Woo thing ever!Ē I started defending, but then I realized I cannot argue with her. And thatís her story. Wow my wife who I thought was supportive all along has now exploded with disdain for my spiritual journey.

      I looked at the dude in front of her. He was familiar, like an uncle, but I donít remember who. He shrugged and agreed with me. And said he canít say anything because heís an entertainer. Ok?
    2. Mowing the Lawn at Grandma's House

      by , 12-18-2013 at 10:02 AM
      While typing up my memories from the OBE I just had, I remembered something from the dream I had right before it.

      I was in the backyard at my Grandmaís house and I was mowing the lawn. Except it was weird, there was other stuff going on for sure. I canít remember what. The lawn seemed like it was being mowed automatically by the tractor. I remember parts of the grass being long and it was cutting it down and it was getting close to the end. I knew my Dad was there and someone else.