Favorite or Recurring Dreams

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  1. Gillette

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    Do you have any dreams that repeat every so often?
    Do you have any particular dream that happened once but always stayed with you?
    Please share.


    My recurring dream is of flying, or more precisely the ability to glide on air currents. The feeling of freedom is tremendous and I'm constantly telling other people in my dream that they can do the same thing but they don't try.

    This dream doesn't happen more than a few times a year but when it does I treasure it.
     
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    There is one that recurs with me and usually makes me wake up, which spoils it!:mad:
    I am making love with some lady, getting really hot and passionate, luckily this part lasts quite a while.
    After a while, my cock becomes 12" long and I start to fuck with it to the point where I climax, but not with an ordinary orgasm, I just keep coming and coming and coming like it will never end... in reality too, I come, which wakes me up and makes a mess in my bedsheets!!:yuck:
     
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    Many of my good dreams involve water, which is odd to me because my element (I'm a Sag) is fire. I'll either be able to breathe underwater, be at a creek, a river, a lake, the ocean. I'll be at a cabin by a lake or at a resort by a clear blue ocean and white sanded beach, a trail by intricate creeks and streams all connecting.

    Another good dream I get often (usually near water when this happens) is I'll start to bounce. It's kinda like..the cartoon gummybears. I just start jumping and each jump takes me higher. It's not so much flying as it is....jumping...lol
     
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    I have a couple of recurring and long remembered dreams

    1) I dream of flying over vast and complex(Escher like) cityscapes and mazes. They are usually not in color and are tinged with a degree of anxiety or foreboding. The interesting thing is that they are places I have not seen at the time of the dream but then have seen months or years later....

    2) I dream of walking down a long deserted road surrounded by forest at twilight. I see a deserted workman's lantern, glowing red, by the side of the road. I can see there is a ridge right as the road disappears moving at an incline... and before I cross bridge over a deep ravine bottomed by a river . I see up on the ridge a a huge wild boar with long twisting tusks and malevolently glowing red eyes who can also see me. Though I am at quite a distance from him, it petrifies me that he can see me just as I can see him surrounded by brush....(the forest/park is one that edged the neighborhood into which I was born and moved from as a small child) This is also quite dark in color...
     
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    The jumping you describe is how I get off the ground in my flight dreams. Higher each time until I'm high enough for a good swoop.
    In your jumping dreams do you find that you fall back to earth slowly, like gravity was less of an issue?
     
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    Y'know, now that you mention it...I know that I'm hitting ground, but I don't recall actually doing it. I don't feel any pressure or anything. It's just a rocking up and down sensation. The decent is much like jumping on a trampolene. Both go quickly, but for a split second I'm suspended high in the air, hair flying about me, laughing.

    not really...slow at all...lol

    Sometimes I'll just float around too. Like I'll be walking down a hallway and say to myself "fuck it..I don't wanna walk anymore." Then I'll just bend my knees, pick my legs up, and float along..lol
     
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    ........ the one I have all too infrequently when Jack and I are making love.

    (and thanks for not writing 'reoccurring' Heather Louanna)

    and yes;

    Flying Dreams are superb. You have such a wonderful perspective and you can swoop down wherever you like.

    Unfortunately my flying dreams ceased about seven or eight years ago.
     
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    In those dreams Pendragon, as I recall, even when falling there's never a hard landing.
     
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    I used to have recurring dreams of being in a strange house that we were living in (sometimes with various family members) or moving in or remodeling. In the dream I'd look out on this yard (sometimes on an oceanfront) and in each successive dream more and more of the property has fallen away into the sea.

    Oddly, after the storm of Aug 29th, I haven't had this dream (perhaps because in various ways since, I've lived it).
     
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    I woke up from a very sensual dream this very morning, and it's going to stay with me for a long time. - I very rarely remember my dreams so this is special in itself, and it even involved the actor Liam Neeson, something which made it even more weird to me. (It took me a little to write about this actually :redface: ). - I'm not very hung up on celebrities really, but I think he's a great actor and certainly with a lot of charm and sensuality.
    Anyway, in the dream we were in this prison cell together, both dressed in rags and it felt like another time and place entirely. We were comforting each other, getting more and more intimate, and this soon led us both getting sexually aroused and it all got pretty steaming hot. It continued with him starting to fuck me, but as soon as we got started a prison guard appeared and beat him (Liam) up. After the guard had left, we eventually got there again, and the guard reappeared and gave him another and even harder beating. As the guard left again we of course continued being intimate, but this is when I started to wake up...
    It felt so intensely sensual, and the violence and that someone were trying to hinder us even added to the sexual tension. (I doubt it would have felt quite the same in 'real life'.) I have been thinking about that dream all day! :cool: It's already a favorite and I sure hope it returns! (Preferably without the prison guard, or that he finally have given up!)
    I'm having great fun trying to interpret this dream also.
    Another odd thing: I did a search for Liam Neeson on this site and found out that he's supposedly very well endowed - he wasn't in my dream though, more average really, not that it matters, or mattered - he was - and is - a real stud anyway. :biggrin1:
    I loved that dream and really hope it returns!
     
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    I have had four kinds of recurring dreams throughout my life.

    The first kind I only had when I was very little (about from 6-8 years old), it was kind of a nightmare, but it always was the same, so I'll list it here. It involved my being asleep (in the dream), waking up from something moving my bed or tugging at my leg (in the dream), and not being able to talk or scream for help. I had this same dream many times when I was a child. I remember that in these dreams, I always was conscious that it was a dream and I would try to wake myself up! On occasion, I would wake up and I would still be frightened. I would wake up in a cold sweat and frightened that someone was in my room or hiding on the sides, or at the foot of my bed. I would lay silently still for a while and pretend to be asleep. After a while, I would eventually get up the nerve to get out of bed. I would get out of bed and go lay by mom's bedroom door or sometimes would lay on the foot of her bed from being so scared and thinking that it was real! I can't remember when exactly I stopped having this kind of dream, but I think it was when we moved to another house for the first time.

    The second kind I had when I was about 11-19 years old. Like many of the previous posters, it involved the ability to fly under my own power. I would always be flying over my neighborhood, or over my hometown. I always think (now) how incredibly accurate my 'view' from above actually was! When I had these dreams, I had never seen my city from above ground. The first time that I flew in an airplane above my city, I had an incredible feeling of deja vu! All my dreams - and my memories from them - seemed to come back to me all at once and it was amazing. Scary, even! In those dreams, I also would be able to both get in the air and come back down to the ground with no effort. I have a book about dreams that says flying dreams indicate a need to be free from the burdens that you carry in your waking life. I think these dreams may have stopped because of my 'coming out' as gay to my family! That's just my amateur psychologist's opinion though!:biggrin1:

    The third kind started when I was about 22yrs old and I still have on occasion. They involve not being able to run, or running incredibly slow, and never getting anywhere. I actually have had these kinds of dreams throughout my life, but only recently have they been recurring dreams. I don't know what they mean, but I suppose they indicate a subconscious fear of not being able to achieve my goals. Again, just amateur psych, I think!

    The fourth kind I have had the past two years and are maybe the strangest or funniest kind! They involve shoplifting from Wal-Mart or 7-Eleven!:biggrin1: In these dreams, I spend what seem like hours choosing things that I'm going to steal. And then, just as I'm about to leave the store with my stolen stuff, I wake up! I really don't understand these dreams, but like I say, they are the most recent ones! In fact, the reason I chose to write this post is because I just had one of these kind yesterday morning! In that dream, I was at 7-Eleven and was going through all the aisles stuffing things in my pockets, and stacking anything else that wouldn't fit in them - in my arms. I imagine that I was planning on doing a 'runner'!:biggrin1: You know, when people shoplift and either just walk out with a basket full of stuff, or with things in their hands!:wink: That is what I think I was eventually going to do in this dream that I had just yesterday!:biggrin1: In most of these dreams though, I usually just spend the entire dream choosing the things that I'm intending on stealing. I usually just wake up during them and never really get to enjoy all the things that I was spending time choosing! I suppose these dreams indicate my wanting for things that I can't have, or afford, in my waking life. I have a limited income at the moment and I think they just reveal my hidden desires for material wealth of some sort! Although, I'm not quite sure why nachos and candy from 7-Eleven, is indicative of any kind of wealth!:biggrin1:

    P.S. Although I have been guilty of shoplifting (little things) in my life.:redface::eek: I am not currently a shoplifter!:smile: In my waking life I mean!:biggrin1::tongue:
     
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    Well, my flying dreams are recurring as well. I dont' jump though. I have a running take off and then glide.

    Most of the time I can't get much height and I usually just glide a foot or two above the ground.
     
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    Not surprising to see water and flying the top recurring dreams.

    I've had both, more of the flying dreams occurred at a much younger age and the water dreams are the most prevalent, and often, meaningful.

    For those of you who love the feeling of flight in your dreams, it's often a sign you're becoming more powerful in some aspect of your life. (in dream analysis)

    Water represents emotion in dreams. My water dreams range from contendedly swimming in clear waters under azure skies to watching a tsunami rise from afar. Yep. Don't ask me how my unconsious would know what a tsunami looks like. I don't know. But that dream will stay with my always. I'll never forget how frightened I was.
     
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    Heather,

    Thou8gh you are a Sag in your sun sign you may have water other places in your chart. You should go to www.astrodient.com to have you whole chart done.







     
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    I have an old friend whom I recently discovered is quite a prominent astrologer. She worked on a chart for me. I am a fire sign with water. I don't know how reliable the site that Naughty has given, but it is certainly interesting. I'll have a good look at the site, thanks Naughty, and I'll reread my "report" to see if it relates to my dreams.
     
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    That URL isn't quite correct, it's www.astrodienst.com or simply www.astro.com - it's a great site, I am a quite adept astrologer myself and I'd say it's definitely the best you'll find on the web for free - I use it all the time. --- Water sign here but with plenty of fire...
     
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    I wonder if dreams are influenced by cultural archetypes because I don't have dreams about flying, floating, falling...or any of the f's. hehe. Actually, I don't have any recurring dreams so I find you folks who do fascinating.
     
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    One reocurring dream I am having is very, very strange.

    It starts off with the band members of the red hot chili peppers riding in a car down a desert highway (a la "Scar Tissue" video), but they have a dog with them. Then the dog jumps out of the car and runs into the hills/desert. Well, then they pull over and they all get out and start looking for him. After about a while the sun sets. Behind one hill they find an old red house which looks like it has been abandoned for some time. They go inside and check it out. In one room they find a little girl who happens to be eating her parents (I think this part was kind of infuenced by the movie "the hills have eyes". Right when she turns around and I see her demented face I usually wake up.

    So, any psychologists want to tell me what the fuck that means? :biggrin1:
     
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