talking to myself

July 8, 2008

apocolyptic dream

So I had this dream last night – and I have been thinking that my life has more purpose to it than I know… and I know it was just a dream, but it really seemed to be an affirmation more than anything.

There was this huge catastrophe in the world – a massive flood, think noah’s ark kind of flood… and there were a group of us who were on some high rise buildings… there were these waves coming in and everyone kept thinking that each wave was going to be the one that was going to take us out. For some reason I knew which wave was going to be the one… so I started trying to band everyone together and tell them to calm down and stop freaking out because that wave wasn’t the one that was going to be it. I just had this overwhelming feeling of responsibility and calmness. I knew that I wasn’t going to be able to save anyone – but it was more like I didn’t want everyone to be going all crazy on their last moments on earth. I know it’s a silly dream, but I do have this feeling that something is going to happen in the world and I am going to have some type of integral role in something… somewhere… somehow. It probably sounds crazy and my mom tells me that it’s a nutso thing to think… but I really feel it!!!!!!!

So yea… that was interesting.

Even though I slept last night, I am still exhausted. Exhausted but happy. The July optimism is working! WOOO! Thank goodness!


  1. Gina,
    I also enjoy the significance of dreams and try to keep a dream journal. It’s great that you can remember and write about your dreams in a blog. I find that once I wait…until lunch break, the impact loses its fervor, and I have trouble retrieving what I thought was this huge revelation.

    I think I’m going to have to have some recording device I can talk about the contents right when I awake…and then can remember and listen again, when I want to write about the themes and consider them further.

    Gina…what do you do to remember your dreams? Or is it just automatic? What do you do to set up an atmosphere where you can dream?

    I want to have more, and more intense, as I find that my most well-rested, good sleep nights, are those nights when I have the most vivid dreams. For you, do dreams disturb and exhaust your sleep?

    One way to increase your integral role is to actually put some themes of the dream into action in your real life. If someone appears in a dream that I haven’t thought about or considered in my real life for a long time, I usually contact them and explore the possibilities… that’s just a simple example…

    Hmm…maybe for you…being calm in the face of waves…maybe you are in good position and right frame of mind to be a listening ear or shoulder to lean on for a friend or family or someone else in need?


    Comment by Patrick — July 10, 2008 @ 10:00 am

  2. hmmmm.. that’s a lot of questions…
    well.. I probably dream a lot more than I remember, I only remember my dreams when I wake up during them…. I don’t try to dream, or do anything “special” to dream, dreams always mess up my sleep. They have me wake up in a very distraught frame of mind, whether they are good dreams or bad dreams… yea maybe you’re right about the being something stable.. or… there could be some giant apocolypse coming. lol

    Comment by crazygina — July 10, 2008 @ 10:51 am

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