November 21st, 2007

My favourite dreams of all time are the flying dreams.

You know the ones where you think of your

destination, and whoooosh, you’re there?

Your thoughts transport you. How cool is that?

The one I remember most longingly is the flight that

took me to a Japanese meditation garden type thingy.

It had curved granite benches, overlooking the most

intriguing series of patterns in very smooth and

uniform pebbles.

Somebody was lovingly raking the patterns.

It was a living tapestry.

Behind me, the most magnificent and huge sphere of

gold. Not solid, but composed of filaments,

sorta like those goofy fibre-optic lamps.

I couldn’t figure out how it kept it’s spherical shape,

it being so huge and all.

There was a gentle, warm breeze that caused the sphere

to endlessly shimmer with reflected sunlight.

I knew I was in a temple. There was much knowledge here.

The sphere and I shared knowledge.

Absolutely magical.

I haven’t been the same since.

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5 Responses to “Flying to the temple”

kailani Says:

I’ve always had such a hard time remembering my dreams once I fully awake. I don’t know why.

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Old Knudsen Says:

I only really remember the not so nice dreams. I like flying but usually fall and I like to take control of the dream and fight the things that are chasing me .

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Willowtree Says:

The other night I dreamt I was eating a giant marshmallow, when I woke up my pillow was gone.

zoe Says:

i have never flown in a dream. i suddenly feel as if i am totally missing out.

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Jenny Says:

Mmmm, I love flying dreams. Then I think “HEY, I’m flying!!!” and then I fall down and can’t get back up. Must be symbolism.