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December 28th, 2005 at 11:03pm

I had a rather unusual dream a couple of nights ago. In this dream I was helping to organise a stage by placing a microphone, however a table was in the position where the microphone needed to be, so I helped to move the table. One of the other table movers informed me that the donuts on the desk in the corner were fantastic, so I took a seat at the desk and started to eat a chocolate donut, which tasted very nice. When I looked around the scenery had changed, I was in my former workplace, sitting at a desk in the corner watching proceedings whilst eating the donut. I saw many familiar faces, and even saw a short young indian man who had taken my job and seemed to be enjoying it. I started to notice security personnel running about escorting people out of the room, and when I looked to my left, the scenery had changed again and I was looking at the door of a very large safe (which, incidentally, I have never seen before), and there was my former boss explaining something to the security personnel, after which they all came over and started eating donuts. I was still enjoying the chocolate donut.

Probably the most interesting thing about this dream is the way the scenery can change, and it is not noticed. A dream can change location many times without being thought about.

Samuel

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  • 1. viscous_fluids_burn  |  December 29th, 2005 at 8:34 pm

    this is a bizzare site, a friend recomended i take a look at it, it seems you have a cult following…
    I am somewhat pained and confused as to what they(cultists) are actually following!

    This dream you describe reminds me of dreams i used to have when i was a child, the only thing that deserves to be commented on was the last paragraph(if you could call it that).

    “Probably the most interesting thing about this dream is the way
    the scenery can change, and it is not noticed. A dream can change location many times without being thought about.”

    This idea that a dream can change unpredictably is a liitle thing called unconscious thought, which all dreams are subject to. When you sleep you are affected by alll manner of things but imparticularly unconscious thought, its all to do with the “otherside of your brain whooooo pretty cool hey!”
    Anyhow i am not going to give a sermon about it, you should look into and thus understand your dreams a little better 🙂

    it will give you an insight into your life and perhaps then this site will have some very interesting issues to discuss hehehe

  • 2. Samuel  |  December 29th, 2005 at 9:05 pm

    Thanks for stopping by viscous_fluids_burns, you wouldn’t be the first to decide that my site is odd, I even think it is odd, but I enjoy writing it.

    I am well aware of unconcious thought, many of my dreams contain unusual situations, and I do often think about them to see if I can find a meaning.

    The thing I found particularly intuiging about this dream was that the scenery changed multiple times, but my activity did not. Once I was seated at that table, I did not leave, despite the surrounding environment changing abruptly a few times. This is rather unusual for my dreams as the changes of scenery generally change the entire situation.

  • 3. heatseeker  |  December 30th, 2005 at 8:41 pm

    Sam, what the hell is your mum slipping into your Horlicks before you go to bed?

  • 4. mark  |  December 30th, 2005 at 9:48 pm

    if you think you need to be on drugs to have a dream like Sam, heatseeker, I shudder to think how banal your dreams must be.

    As Freud says, the thing about the unconscious is that it doesn’t know the difference between fantasy and reality, and so pretty much anything is possible in dreams. But they are determined by the symbolic structure of your unconscious, which is initially derived from conscious experience, and that tends to limit things a lot.

  • 5. viscous_fluids_burn  |  December 30th, 2005 at 10:40 pm

    samuel,
    i must ask do you keep a dream log?

    The other thing i ask is if you think/feel these chocolate donuts you ate are actually representing something else? perhaps your mind replaced the original object with chocolate donuts?

    you noted yourself that they were the only constant apart from your person? hence the title of the discussion

    I found your reply most interesting and i hope you will continue to humour me
    justin

    p.s. as for the referal to drugs, i find myself wondering have you tried anything or are you on anything perscribed? if this is to personal then i respect that, everybodys entiled to a little privacy even if they post their thoughts on the internet 🙂
    and if you do not take drugs(anytype) what are your thoughts on the matter? do you belive society is corrupted by them or enlightened?

  • 6. heatseeker  |  December 30th, 2005 at 11:40 pm

    As Freud says, the thing about the unconscious is that it doesn’t know the difference between fantasy and reality, and so pretty much anything is possible in dreams. But they are determined by the symbolic structure of your unconscious, which is initially derived from conscious experience, and that tends to limit things a lot.

    Mark, what the hell is your mum slipping into your Horlicks before you go to bed?

  • 7. mark  |  December 31st, 2005 at 5:15 pm

    My mum’s dead you insensitive prick.

  • 8. heatseeker  |  December 31st, 2005 at 7:01 pm

    Okay, moving on to Freud … how was your relationship with your mother?

  • 9. Samuel  |  December 31st, 2005 at 7:09 pm

    I think that’s enough for this discussion…


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