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I had another vivid nightmare. I'm in love with a beuatiful girl. We move away to some country and it's fantastic. Some guy shows us some of the finest heroin in the country, but I tell him we're not interested. Though, as I'm saying it, I see myself playing with a needle. Anyway, she is kidnapped by some thugs and I can't find her. I go mad with rage, as I hunt down her kidnapper. I get a couple of leads and end up biting this guys nose off (like in Silence of the Lambs, where Dr. Lecter bites the nurse's face). I never found her, and kept imagining her dead body. Then I woke up.
Eeek. I just slept in today. I was so depressed by this dream. It was hard to get out of bed, even at 3pm.
It was as if I was recieving tons of negative energy from somewhere externally, and I couldn't get a hold of it, to make it positive. Lucilly, a little meditation right after the dream helped me out. I can concentrate.
dreams like that manifest from fear. but look man, if you care to hear this....its only a test, your spirit guides are trying to get your attention, they are showing you this for some reason. When you meditate try to look into it and see what they are tryin to show you. Do you worry about stuff like that sometimes? maybes it is draining yoru energy to think of things like that, even if you think it will never come true, its still negative, and prolly a problem, but if not, then i dont know, its just a TEST of your love, as always. When you handle the situation with love, maybe yo uwill find your girl
I did worry about that very much, when I had a girlfriend. That was about 2 years ago. I do find myself subscribing to the belief that she is in danger without me. Perhaps I need to drop that emotion. She can handle herself. SHe's no longer my responsibility. Maybe she never was.