Experience Of Dreams

There haven’t been many dreams with my wives participation, except for the one dream I had months ago.

In this particular dream, there was a boat and on that boat were tons of cardboard boxes, stacked on top of eachother. The only available space where by the wheel and passanger seat. The boat was on it’s way to “destination unknown”, and I felt it started to move. While watching the cardboard boxes, I felt someone sitting next to me, holding me and resting her head against my shoulder. I saw her beautiful red hair and laid my hands on it, caressing it. Then I caressed her cheek and it was so warm, so soft. It was a little windy on the boat and that also reflected on her cheek with both warmth and cold. I wrapped my arm around her and then I woke up.

My first wife appeared in that dream as a support for the present and future as the cardboard boxes represent “memories of the past”. The cardboard boxes may also represent that past events is in need of closure, and my wife represent a new era of experiences. A new beginning. I really felt relieved, safe, comfort, and a deep love from her representation in that dream, which I never felt in a dream before.

I rarely remember my dreams, but there’s a few more dreams I had since my wifes became a part of my life. And I remember those dreams. One of the strangest dreams I had, where a “dream within a dream”.

I woke up when my phones alarm sounded. When I reached the phone to turn the alarm off, a lady danced in the display. Then I woke up again, by the sound of my phone, but this time it was not a dream. This “dream within a dream” where one of the weirdest dreams I had.

Dreams are fascinating and a potential road to experience the astral world, and just as important to get to know your unconscious self. I think individual development is within real life experiences, just as much within dreams. And I think those dreams remembered is of importance.

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