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Old September 21st, 2009, 07:07 AM
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I remember when I was a kid, I had this dream - climbing a hill, reaching top and falling from it. I could never figure out if it was a suicide attempt or an accidental fall

I also remember every time I got smashed to the ground, I had an acute shiver (probably that was body current ) running through out my body and then I would wake up, obviously feeling not so good abt it

I used to get this dream for many years. Then it slowly disappeared from my dreamland

So what Sigmund Freud of EC has to say about it? How would you like to interpret it? And, if you also remember some repetitive dreams from your dreamland?

PS : We are not talking about 'Chaddi' dreams here
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Old September 21st, 2009, 07:24 AM
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Re: Interpretation of Repetitive Dreams

why waste time thinking about insignificant things? nothing positive will come out of this...

Read this story somewhere one bugger wanted to know very badly what he was in previous janam (birth)... the Swami (Guru) told him its not worth finding out but the guy insisted so the Swami put him through a meditation process where he went to his last birth... he found out he was a pet cat.
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I remember when I was a kid, I had this dream - climbing a hill, reaching top and falling from it. I could never figure out if it was a suicide attempt or an accidental fall

I also remember every time I got smashed to the ground, I had an acute shiver (probably that was body current ) running through out my body and then I would wake up, obviously feeling not so good abt it

I used to get this dream for many years. Then it slowly disappeared from my dreamland

So what Sigmund Freud of EC has to say about it? How would you like to interpret it? And, if you also remember some repetitive dreams from your dreamland?

PS : We are not talking about 'Chaddi' dreams here

You are gay! That's what your dream indicates. The hill you climb indicates the barrier you have to overcome put up by society. When you finally overcome it, you are able to let yourself go and truly enjoy your gay sex life - hence the shivers and currents running throughout your body.

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Old September 21st, 2009, 07:47 AM
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You had probably seen your downfall in your dreams , much before your downfall and in real life that translates to - You could have achieved greater heights in life and sooner , had you not done what you were not suppose to do and had done things which you were not suppose to do .Today wherever you stand in life it isnt the place which in your own self esteem you think you truly deserve.You feel that you deserve a better and highre level of success and happiness in life .
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I remember when I was a kid, I had this dream - climbing a hill, reaching top and falling from it. I could never figure out if it was a suicide attempt or an accidental fall
Fcuk you!!! Are you my alter id.... I had this dream for years... a little different though... there is a rock on top of hill and am crawling uphill...the ground is grassy..shiny and wet... once I reached top...something happens and I fall... I don't remember afterwards... often I wake up with a feeling that my leg slipped..
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You are gay! That's what your dream indicates. The hill you climb indicates the barrier you have to overcome put up by society. When you finally overcome it, you are able to let yourself go and truly enjoy your gay sex life - hence the shivers and currents running throughout your body.

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Old September 21st, 2009, 08:28 AM
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So what Sigmund Freud of EC has to say about it? How would you like to interpret it? And, if you also remember some repetitive dreams from your dreamland?
As a child (and sometimes even now) I used to get many nightmares and so I read a few books about dream interpretations.

Your falling dream represents that somewhere in your sub-conscious level you were feeling insecure and you have an anxiety on which you have little/no hold. It could be your job, your education, love life...anything on which you feel no control.

It is also common that you experienced shivering and all when you actually hit the ground. Sometimes it is so strong that you hardly know the difference if you are awake or still dreaming.

I get a dream that I am drowning, be it falling from a cliff, slipping from a boat, washed away in strong current etc. It was very bad a few years ago but now slowly it is getting in control.
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My repetitive dream...umm, so difficult to describe.

A near weightless walk, skimming the surface of water, long long steps.. one step of maybe 100 feet.. ?like walking on the moon. I don't know, except the landscape wasn't barren. Shrubs, waterlogged ground, white flowers, blue moonlight, though I never noticed the sky.

then I would get up to visit the bathroom, and drop off in a pleasant dreamless sleep.
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My repetitive dream...umm, so difficult to describe.

A near weightless walk, skimming the surface of water, long long steps.. one step of maybe 100 feet.. ?like walking on the moon. I don't know, except the landscape wasn't barren. Shrubs, waterlogged ground, white flowers, blue moonlight, though I never noticed the sky.

then I would get up to visit the bathroom, and drop off in a pleasant dreamless sleep.
Are you usually alone in your dream or you see others too?
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Old September 21st, 2009, 09:32 AM
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In this dream, I am alone. Of course, I have other dreams too..
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Are you usually alone in your dream or you see others too?
How come I am never alone in my dreams
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Fcuk you!!! Are you my alter id.... I had this dream for years... a little different though... there is a rock on top of hill and am crawling uphill...the ground is grassy..shiny and wet... once I reached top...something happens and I fall... I don't remember afterwards... often I wake up with a feeling that my leg slipped..



May be khaski was jerking off there too much so the surface was wet. See, melly also said that too......
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I used to have a dream where I was in this boat , and I am all alone on this boat with no paddles and I am very sad and crying. There is a train on the far side going across from the boat , and my boat keeps going on in the deep and I feel like I am going into oblivion.

It troubled me for some years until one day it disappeared .

Regarding dreams I also hear that some dreams that repeat is maybe related to some trauma you faced earlier in life for which you have no recollection now . If somehow you got aware of that trauma your repetitive dream will disappear
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'Cos you are there most of the time




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