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 Spun into the ground / A "complementary" argument 
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Post Spun into the ground / A "complementary" argument
2 dreams I've wanted to post here:

In the first dream I woke up in the morning on the couch and got up to look outside the front door. My truck was parked very close to the house and it looked really short compared to usual. I ran outside to have a look an noticed that it was up to its axles in mud, as if it was stuck and had sank. 3 of the wheels seemed to have been replaced by very old ones, and only one of the originals was still on it. I felt baffled. (infP)

As I looked around I noticed a lot of trailers and motorhomes on the street in front of my house. It appeared that there was a film crew working on a scene. I started to walk toward the street to have a look and then woke up from the dream. (note: someone recommend active imagination to explore the scene - haven't done it.)


Recently, I dreamt that I was watching a couple argue on the sidewalk. I was watching myself argue with a woman and It was odd because the argument was reversed. I was saying to her "no, you're the one with all of the ideas" to which she would reply "noooooooo, you're the one with all of the ideas."

This dream wasn't very long but it has stayed with me since.

Each of them is one with the other two.

Tue Feb 13, 2018 3:54 pm
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