"Time's up"

Date of dream: Saturday, March 31, 2012

Level of Lucidity: N/A     Level of Cohesiveness:
Lucid Intent? No    

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Some friends of mine came by my house and asked me to go witht them to a casino. I've never been to one, and not really into that sort of thing, but for some reason, I felt compelled to go. As we were driving, I noticed that the street signs suddenly changed color. They were red with bold black lettering instead of the normal green. I didn't like that they changed, and got really nervous about going, but we were almost there and it was too late to turn back. We walked in and a man I've seen many times in my dreams escorted us to a table with a big wheel thing on it. Inside the wheel, there were numbers and a ball. It spun around and when it stopped, the ball landed on the number 3. The man who was working at that table, looked straight at me and said, "Do you see?" I asked him what he meant, and he told me to look at him. I did, and he was wearing a pendant I've seen before. It was a triangle, with a spiral on each point that connected in the center. He spun the wheel again, and this time the ball landed on the number 21. He looked at me and said, "Time's up. You know what you have to do now."

Additional Comments:

Ever since I was 4, the number 21 has been exceptionally important in my life. It was my favorite number as a child, and many major events have happened in my life on the 21'st. I'm not sure what it all means, if it even means anything.

Keywords
Casino
3
21
pendant

Walking the path...you are the Rose.

Date of dream: Saturday, March 31, 2012

Level of Lucidity: N/A     Level of Cohesiveness:
Lucid Intent? No    

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I was at my Granny Bev's house visiting in Vermont. I was so happy to see her because I hadn't seen her in a really long time. We were laughing and talking and cathing up on old times..Then a man walked in and told me I had to leave because something big was happening.. so I grabbed my bag and went with him to a trailer somewhere deep in the woods. I was settling in, when a different man appeared in the doorway to my room. He had dark hair and dark eyes and I was intensely attracted to him. As he walked in, I hugged him and whispered some stuff to him. He smiled, then told me to follow him. We walked down a hallway, and I could hear people moaning in one room. I smiled thinking they were having sex, and wished I was doing the same. As soon as I thought that, the man said, "As long as you think that, you will chained to your desires" I asked why that was a bad thing, and he laughed and said, "Because you are so much more. Entertain your desire, fulfill it, but do not allow it to consume you. Use it to propell you forward on your path" We stopped near a doorway that had a thick tapestry hung in it. He pulled back the tapestry, and I saw myself getting a tatoo. It was of a snake coiled around a spiral-like staff along my spine. At the top of the staff was a rose, with two wings on either side. The man said, "This is who you truly are" and said that I would be getting that tatoo this summer. I asked why and he laughed and said, "Silly girl. You are the Rose". Then suddenly, I was back in my room in the trailer. All of a sudden, the walls started to "breathe" and I was desperately trying to find a way out. Wind was literally rocking the trailer around like a boat in 90 foot swells, and I was scared. A woman with short, dark, curly hair, grabbed my hand and we ran to the living room. The wind stopped then, and when I looked outside, a tornado was moving away from us. I thought, "Oh shit! I'm having a tornado dream!!" and sat down in a chair. The man stood in front of me and said, "Do not fear your transition, but embrace it. Soon, you will be who you truly are."

Additional Comments:

Tornado dreams have always represented significant change in my life. Each time I've dreamt of one, some major transition has occurred. The last really major tornado dream I had was just before I concieved my daughter.

Keywords
trailer
transition
tornado

Naked

Date of dream: Saturday, March 31, 2012

Level of Lucidity: N/A     Level of Cohesiveness:
Lucid Intent? No    

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I was body-surfing at a beach near where I spent many summers as a child. I was having a lot of fun, when suddenly, the lifeguard called me into shore. As I exited the water, he walked over to me and I recognized him from other dreams. He told me that I have to go to a funeral. One of my Grandmother's friends died. I felt really bad, and went into the beachhouse to change. As soon as I got my wetsuit off, I heard a noise at the door. I got really nervous, and went to my bag to throw a towel on so that I could see what was going on, but it was empty. "Shit!" I yelled and I was furious that someone had stolen my stuff. I turned around to put my wetsuit back on, but that was gone too. I panicked. How the hell was I going to get out of there? I couldn't exactly walk back onto the beach naked, I'd get arrested. Just then, the man appeared and stood in the doorway. I screamed at him to turn around, but he didn't. I tried to hide myself as best I could, but he just laughed. "We are taught at a young age that nakedness is wrong. But that is a lie. Our clothes represent our protection, our boundaries. When we remove them, we feel vulnerable, as if a shield has been removed. But in our vulnerabilty comes trust and wisdom. To accept your vulnerability is to gain strength and power. Do you understand?" Before I could answer, he left. I grabbed my empty bag and walked out of the beachhouse naked.

 

The dream changed then, and I was at the funeral. There were several kids running around and I somehow ended up watching them while others attended the service. When the service was done, I was reading a paper about my family history, when I heard someone call my name. I turned around and it was my grandmother. I walked over to her and noticed that she was smoking a cigarette. "Gram!!!! What are you doing?!!" I yelled. I was furious that she had picked up such a disgusting habit. She turned to me and said, "I'm going to die soon. I thought since I was going anyway, I may as well do something I enjoy" I was angry, but couldn't yell because I understood what she was saying. I gave her a hug and we walked down to the dinner together.

Keywords
naked
beach house
funeral
grandma