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      Two DCs With Quite Questionable Names

      This morning I had a dream which took place in some kind of Harry Potter themed circular hallway. First of all I had to fight off two Tyrannosauruses and then I rolled myself up in the carpet on the floor for some reason. They were both supposed to represent 'something' I was supposed to escape from. As I looked out I saw a man and a woman walking through a bigass door. The woman's name was 'Lucifer'. I was lucid at this point so I followed them for to have sex, and when I went into the room it was like a massive castle lounge or something but with two sofas right in the middle. There was another woman there and when I asked her name guess what she said? 'Abby-lon'. As opposed to 'Babylon'. To cut it short we had good sex, but I woke up thinking what could that have been? Lucy-fer and Abby-lon. I am pretty put off by it actually. Does my mind want me to be going crazy?

      Just goes to show what the subconscious pulls up. I had not come up with these names myself. Kind of freaky that I shagged them as well.
      The starz...
      The planets...
      The intricate and dynamic machinery of nature...
      Are you saying,
      that all of this was created,
      BY A MONKEY??????

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      I wouldnt worry about it.

      I have seen your posts and to be honest with you, they seem very negative and as though you are in constant fear. I believe you have OCD, which can make a person extremely superstitious, that is what I have, but I dont have this negativity. But it is not like you have to be negative, it is your choice, just change it. Worry less, focus on other things and do some meditations or auto suggestion at night, it can greatly help.

      What I mean by auto suggestion is to get in a relaxed, dizzy state by just resting your body and focusing on your breath or something else for about 5 minutes. After that, try auto suggestion to help your fears; what you can do is to repeat to yourself that "I am a positive thinker" or "I am not superstitious." Or say whatever you think will help you.

      Auto suggestion has been proven to work for far worst things, so do not doubt it. I will give you a link to a book that I think is a must read for you. This book is from scribd.com, sign up and download the book and make sure you read it. I strongly recommend it for you.

      The book is by Joseph Murphy, called "The Power of your Subconscious Mind"

      http://www.scribd.com/doc/439863/The...-Joseph-Murphy

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      Am not a dream interpretation expert... but are you a bit influenced by the Bible? Have you been reading the Bible lately or reading Bible related material? The subconscious mind might have picked it up and played back parts of it in a distorted form. I wouldn't allow any dream to put me off, if I were you. After all, it is a dream.

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      Quote Originally Posted by elucid View Post
      II have seen your posts and to be honest with you, they seem very negative and as though you are in constant fear. I believe you have OCD, which can make a person extremely superstitious,
      You just diagnosed a serious mental illness over the internet, based on one post about a dream?

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      reply to LRT:

      "You just diagnosed a serious mental illness over the internet, based on one post about a dream?"

      No, I did not diagnose it, I merely gave my opinion so that the user further researches it. I have OCD myself and so I recognize it very easily and it seems to me that when you know you have it, you tend to become a little better.

      You should read my post a little more carefully, I clearly said "..have seen your POSTS..." which shows that it is not based on one post.

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