*This was originally in the fair to middlin' thread, but really it didn't seem to belong there. Couldn't have gone in the happy or unhappy threads either, as I've had more of a neutral 'mystic' feeling about the whole thing. Anyway, I decided to move it over to this thread, and to also copy over my post from LJ this morning as a prelude to this one.*
I'm a bit disconcerted because of the four dreams I had last night. (A bit...heh; Hell, I haven't been able to stop thinking about them all day.) The way they all seemed so...not real
per se, but more like beyond real
...I think they're predicting something big
. Not weather stuff (Although I've been saying that's
coming for years and I still hold to it) but something that involves the whole country (or perhaps more
than just this country), stemming from the political/economical stuff that's going on now (Starting
now, anyway...I think these last few years were just a prelude to what's really coming).
Either way, I do hope the dreams were
of the psychic variety (I have a feeling
they were, but I could be wrong)...especially since two of them involved Richie and I getting back together (we didn't actually talk
much in those, and from the kinda awkward way it felt before we did
get together, I think that means that either way it'll still be awhile, and that there's more rocky ground for us to get through before we can
). I don't want the dreams to be psychic ones just
because of the Richie and I part, mind you...I think that we as a people actually need
this something big--whatever it may be--before we can progress any further.
The bridge really played a big part in that one dream; I'd noticed my focus on it earlier...but at the time I didn't realize quite how much symbolism it possessed. It was a long bridge going from one State to another...Well, if these dreams really do
foreshadow us going through something that'll change us and affect us (as all big events in history have tended to do) that drastically...we'll be going from one way of life (or 'state
' of life) to another.
Hm...wonder if the graveyard played a part in that symbolism too? It was
on the other side of the bridge, after all. Maybe the people in it were either helping to put the past to rest (like the ones holding the statue) or trying to hang on to it as long as they could (the ones wandering around) before having to move on. That's probably why I felt I couldn't go back, but wanted to at the same time...I was a bit scared of the unknown that was coming up, but at the same time I knew that I was one of the ones that had
to move on for some reason or another (which ties in to the fourth dream and me knowing in it that I was destined to do something).
*Quick edit: Cyndi, would you mind terribly much if I deleted your post so that my two can be together? You can re-post it...I just don't think I can move posts is all...*