Lucid Intent? No
This dream has been viewed 3401 times.It is daytime and I find myself outdoors on a grassy mountain top, the lay of the land here is full of dips, bumps and slopes and looks just like a mountain bicycle course.
I see my Mother over the way speaking with an aunt from my Dad’s side of the family, the aunt is telling my Mum that her uncle Gordon (no such uncle exists in reality, the name must be meaningful in some way I feel) has recently passed away. My Mum doesn’t seem at all compassionate to my aunt’s plight in fact she seems quite angry and cross and I sense a great deal of family tension and bitterness.
For my part I am casually and gently riding a mountain bicycle around the mountain top, I have just returned from an epic mountain bicycle marathon from which I emerged victorious, the winner and champion of the long drawn out competition.
As I contentedly freewheel leisurely around the natural rugged terrain I sense very much that my Mum and other family members very strongly want for me to do another marathon as they think that this will somehow help to resolve all of their family problems.
This is something I cannot do though as the previous marathon has brought me to a state of complete and utter exhaustion and I have no more energy to do it all over again, besides I don’t feel the need to enter into such another competition again as I proved myself and have achieved all that there is to achieve.
Additional Comments:Thoughts: This is probably another slight anxiety dream about visiting family in the coming days but which perhaps also shows how I’m learning to rise above and move on from the petty squabbles and family divisions and concentrate on my own life.
Dream 2: NO coins – Daytime at work in the canteen and a portly work colleague comes over to me and asks me if I can change one coin of value 10 into two for him. I dip my hand into my pocket and take out two coins one of which is a perfect circle and the other a square with slightly rounded corners, the way the square coin sit to the left of the circular coin in the palm of my hand symbolically and abstractly look like the word ‘NO’. I realize the meaning of the coins and tell my colleague “No” and that I cannot change the coin for him, my reason for saying this is that I know that he wants the coins to use them to purchase unhealthy junk food snacks from the vending machine.