This dream has been viewed 3567 times.I dreamt I was on the verge of taking a series of pills that would change my essence. I would split and become a snake, a monkey and 2 other animals I can't remember. I left instructions and messages for my sister in a thick envelope explaining what I had done. I ate the 4 pills, they were like vitamins. I thought in the dream that I shouldn't do this thing, but I went ahead anyway, having the vague hope that someone would be able to work the spell to get me back.
Then I dreamt I was in a small, cozy home. Next door lived a maniac. A very thin wall separated our homes and it had 3 holes poked in it so you could see through. I was afraid to look through the holes because sometimes he would be looking back and sometimes you could see him torturing someone in there. Once the wall sort of came apart and he was standing on the other side, not one foot away from me. I quickly fixed the break, but I knew eventually I would have to face him..however that was not the day for it. I had to pull the shades at night in that home, but only some of them worked. Some were torn lace that I had to manhandle a little to get closed. I didn't like the feeling that people could see in if I didn't close the shades.
The dream changed again, and I was a patient in an asylum. I had a roomate who was groing through something with her husband. He had grey hair and I was stunned to discover that they were both patients in the asylum. A new roomate was joining us and I was excited. She cameand a very odd thing happened where we all became the same person, I couldn't really tell who was who. I was frightened, but as if I was watching a show about it. I had the thought, "Oh man, THIS is what it's like to be insane."
I uncovered a picture that had lipstick kisses all over it. The three of us (me, my roomate and my new roomate) put red lipstick on and went to meet someone at the door. My lipstick was smeared and I tried to wipe it off. I only succeeded in making the smear worse.
I awoke feeling nauseated and afraid.