This topic was rather spontaneous. I had this in my mind a few hours ago after waking. My original posting was going to be on Reoccurring dreams and Deja Vu, which will also be covered, so for the New Year, it will be a 2 for one and will be part 2 and 3 of the Serenity section. So this bonus post will be on LOVE dreams. These are interesting to say the least. These types of dreams are fairly similar to sex dreams. With this exception, love dreams are usually that of desires of the heart compared to sex dreams where they are more along the line of passion. I’ve had both types of dreams through my journey at various ages. Some subjects of gender-specific dreams do they matter? The answer is no they don’t. I’ve had both types of dreams and both types of gender dreams.
With this post, I decided to make L.O.V.E. an acronym for:
So what does this mean? We all build walls when it comes to relationships, and I am no exception. What this means is to keep your heart open. Our hearts should not be so filled with so much negativity that we cannot love. In my previous post of Vision, Memory, and Serenity, I described four attributes of awareness:
- Collective Unconscious
Where does LOVE fall?
ANSWER: NONE OF THE ABOVE
Why is this? Love is its awareness. It cannot be ordered around, forced upon. Rather this love is managed. The best way I can describe this is by bodily functions. I could have made food references but these two are more fun. 🙂 So the two bodily functions, the two aspects are:
- A burp
- A hiccup
Let’s cover the hiccups.
We all know hiccups come suddenly, and it’s due to trapped air. Love is very similar in this regard in that sometimes it comes unknowingly a no matter how much water we drink or try to scare the person(control the situation), it does what it does and you have to let it subside and take its course. Love is much the same way sometimes we have the hiccups, and regardless of what we do, it just keeps coming. This is neither a good thing or a bad thing. It happens some more than others but none the less it happens. Depending on the circumstances, you go with it or take matters into your own and stop it, which, as we know, tends to make things worse. Examples of such hiccups are a crush, love at first sight, infatuations, &t and the like. We attempt to stop this situation by forcing ourselves into a situation rather than letting it subside.
These can be rather fun, and we all know when we do such things we laugh. This I think, is the purest type of love. Burps are fun. They make us laugh, smile and break the silence at times. Examples of these are: You are with someone and notice how beautiful they looked when nothing was there to begin with. Or As you talk to them, you notice that certain beautiful smile and their eyes light up. Or a very subtle situation where their energy captures you and no matter how much you fight draws you in.
I’ve had a hiccup that looked like a burp and recently a hybrid hiccup/burp I’ll call a backup 😛
This is the first time I’ve had such a situation. I rarely have hiccups, mainly because I know what I want, and I’m very technical in everything. The only relationship I had I described in one of my first posts was a pretty big hiccup and I was aware of it and tried to stop it. I was not successful. This particular situation is the weirdest of feelings because I’ve had a very vivid experience on more than one occasion. This experience I had was neither an Out of Body Experience (OBE) or Lucid Dream. It was an experience that was very powerful and good(and yes, I can differentiate between good energy and bad energy in dreams and various experiences) and I’ve been searching for it ever since. It’s a real-life Cinderella story based on energy. Instead of finding a glass slipper that fits this beautiful woman, it’s matching the energy experience to a beautiful face.
To be continued in: Reoccurring Dreams and Deja Vu.