Some piano to fall asleep to :).
This was what the sermon at church was about this morning. We took a step back and analyzed Luke 9:28 and onward, seeing Jesus’s divine appearance to His disciples as a dream. Each of the NT Four (Luke, Mark, Matthew, John) hinted at how tired they were before this happened, so why couldn’t it be a dream? Our pastor spoke about recurring dreams he had. He said in one, he was facing a lake and felt both afraid and intrigued by it. He wanted to jump in, and one night, he did. Then that dream stopped happening.
Another time, he had a recurring dream about being up on a great cliff, and below over some water his ancestors encouraged him to jump. So, terrified but drawn to the edge, he jumped. A leap of faith. And he flew this time.
BE the shark!
|—||C. S. Lewis (via iammeanttolive)|
I had a dream that I was in the Avatar (LoK) universe and that I was on a quest. I got to ride in and out of a moving train on a souped-up golf cart! I saw a statue of Avatar Aang start to move with the eyes lit up a light blue and there was a castle and I was fighting people off and… that’s all I remember, but it was awesome!
I went through a phase in which I was studying dreams. My father gifted me a Dream Encyclopedia to interpret symbols and ideas with. I write down nearly every dream I can remember.
I was amazed to learn this “psychofact” years ago. Does anyone have an explanation for WHY it is so?
My dream last night included an enchanted dog stuffed animal who ran a haunted nursing home. She gave me a sandwich and wished me well on my quest back home. Totally made sense in the dream.