I traversed a rocky path strewn with huge tomes of knowledge, these scattered between the large stones open and closed.
I made my way to swim in the bright blue ocean,
but before I got there discovered a dark grotto.
Where people joyfully swam naked in the cool green-black waters, amongst slick boulders and bodies floated freely.
Then wedged in between stones the size of cars and houses,
and I wanted to swim with the ecstatic souls.
I looked back as I carefully made my way toward the light,
regretfully and yet understanding more knowledge was needed.
I can remember having this type of dream just a couple of times but it sticks with me like my paranormal dreams do. Basically I dream that I am waking up from a dream and telling someone about it. So I’m having a dream within a dream. When I really wake up I can’t remember what the dream inside the dream was, just the dream that I dreamed it. For a while after I wondered if I was still dreaming. These are not the same as lucid dreams where you know you are dreaming, nor are they false awakenings…I have both of those type of dreams as well. This is not just waking up within the dream but actually a whole different dream. Here is just one of many interpretations of this type of dream. http://www.thecuriousdreamer.com/dreamdictionary/symbol/2254/
Now that I’ve got you good and confused, have any of you ever had a dream like this?
Ok, this may seem like an odd question but I just can’t help but wonder if anyone else has had this experience.
Have you ever had dreams of paranormal activity in places you’ve never been? I don’t mean scary dreams or nightmares or places you know in waking life to be haunted. My latest one involves an apartment I’ve never rented in a building I’ve never seen before. I often dream of places I’ve never been to physically but have only had a handful of dreams relating to paranormal activity. And I’m never a ‘ghost hunter’ in these dreams but an experiencer only. I wake up and say to myself, “Yep, that was a dream otherwise I would have had at least a voice recorder and camera on me!”. Jeesh. Gets me to thinking about the voice recorder though…
“An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.” ~ Charles Dickens