posted on Jul, 15 2006 @ 12:07 PM
I can't even hazard a guess about what your dream meant--and I can interpret dreams with accuracy most of the time...
BUT I don't think that was an average run-of-the-mill dream--at least not in the normal sense of subconscious house cleaning that we all do during
our REM sleep.
Mainly because I have had a few of those, myself--I call them 'field trips.'
The reason I say this (and I say this with almost complete conviction, 99%, reserving the 1% for the sake of being a human and always possibly in
error) is because
#1 the telepathic nature of communication--instant thought, perfect and totally comprehensible....in my experiences of this sort, I always think in
my head, my thoughts formed as words--thought sentences--but the response I get is always in picture form, so to speak. And it's usually in my mind
before my slow brain gets down mentally forming cloddish sentences.
#2 the fact that you describe the colors as indescribable is also of the higher dimension--something we cannot dream because we have never truly
experienced any color beyond our 7 color spectrum on the earthly plane.
Quite a while after I had my first startling experience like this, I ran across the NDERF site (near death experiences recounted on line for others to
read) and I found that these things are experienced by those who die for a short time before being pulled back here because of resuscitation, etc.
I've never seen the colors--as an artist I think that would be awesome. Someday, though, I know I will....
Do you remember back to the time of your dream--maybe something was in your mind, wondering about the sort of things you were shown? I know one time
I was 'schooled' all night in the workings of the tectonic plates and how they continually keep the Earth new (like earthworms do for the dirt,
Volcanoes and subduction zones, etc. keep the Earth's crust fresh and it is a very slow but constantly revolving process....) Before I went to bed
that night, I had really been delving into the mysteries of the sea floor--especially the Mid Atlantic ridge and it's many faultlines and rifts...
Another time I had been researching on the second destruction of the temple in Jerusalem (in 70AD) and that night I was given a dream which was
actually the experience of being there and feeling the loss that the people did at that time. That dream changed me, and my outlook, and I understood
the grief from a first-person perspective. It was so sad and I was sad for days.
Also--obviously your dream didn't fade, as they usually do....I find that to be another sure sign of it being a 'field trip' rather than a normal