Wednesday, June 29, 2011

In Which I Relate A Recurring Dream

The other night I had one of my recurring dreams. This one had me swaying back and forth.

In the dream I am standing with me feet firmly planted on the ground. My feet never move. But my body is able to bend forward, sideways, backwards at about a 45 degree angle. It's almost as if my body has a spring-like action to it...I sway slowly forwards, backwards, sideways, enjoying the movement, stretching the bend as far as I can and then swaying in another direction. All the while my feet remain flat, firmly planted.

There is no stress to the movement. My body is in fine control and the movement is easy. I haven't a clue where this dream comes from nor why it recurs.

Please forgive the amateur drawings. I don't have a photo. *smile*

As for some of my other recurring dreams? You can read about them here.

(It is quite truthful to say you really did not learn a lot by reading today's post.)

*Heading off to read Chapter 2 of First Chronicles.*
(that may be more useful than regaling this dream)



Diane said...

LOL, don't they make little dashboard dolls that do that?

I see you read An Organized Heart. I have it, but it's down a bit in the stack. How did yo like it?

Maryann said...

Maybe it means no matter what direction life takes you your feet are always firmly planted on the rock.

WhiteStone said...

Maryann, I like your interpretation!

Beth L. Gainer said...

Your dream sounds interesting. I like Maryann's interpretation of it.

And your stick figures are nice!

Debby said...

After thinking about your dream, I headed to the comments to say that I thought that it means that you are firmly grounded, and that it is a pleasant thing for you to be swayed, yet not moved. You are comfortable in your groundedness.

Wise Maryann understood it first.

*The Old Geezer said...

A most interesting dream. I'm not sure what it means but at least it's not a bad dream!

I've never had a recurring dream that I can remember and I'm not so sure I would ever want too?

Have a great 4th of July :-)

BTW, nice to hear from you :-)

S. Etole said...

The storms come, and the tree bends, but doesn't break when it has deep roots.