2 thoughts on “5 Reasons to Pay Attention to Your Dreams

  • September 6, 2017 at 11:18 pm

    Very interesting. I often wonder if our dreams hold deeper meanings.I will pay closer attention to mine.

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  • September 7, 2017 at 3:54 am

    Hi Misha,
    I think dreams are interesting also, but mostly I haven’t paid much attention to them.
    I vaguely remember one dream I’ve had repeatedly over the years. I wonder if other people have ever had the same dream more than once? This particular dream of mine started in my 20’s–however I’ve not had it again for a while.
    In the dream, I am young–probably around age 7 or so. I am in Washington D.C. climbing the stairs and I walk into the building where the statue of Abraham Lincoln sitting in the chair is. It is HUGE and I have to look up to see it. I KNOW (in the dream) that it’s supposed to be Lincoln but it’s my daddy instead. I don’t like it and I run down all the stairs out of the building. Then I wake up. Strange lol!
    I had pretty regular nightmares for a while but now that happens only occasionally.
    My best dream (another repeat lol) is my flying dreams! I take off and fly at will. I start merely by pumping my arms which are extended but slightly bent and I push them up and down until I rise up and lift off like a helicopter! Then I am laying horizontally looking at how small things appear and sounds are distant. I feel freedom, safety and oh so peaceful. Sometimes I float on a fluffy white cloud and rest. Nothing can touch me up there and it is so calm.
    I hope you are well and enjoying the days as summer comes to a close soon.

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