yes, i had a dream last night that i have no idea what really happened lol...
well, as with most dreams, you forget some of them, but sometimes they come back to you when you're falling asleep the next night, so i'll try to
remember more of it, and i'll come back and edit this hopefully..
the two main things i remember, is that i felt a slight burning sensation on one spot on the right side of my right thigh when i was laying down in
some gorgeous, seemingly "mystical", forest. i then recall that i knew the irritated spot was from my body in bed, and that i was just dreaming.
what's unfortunate, is that i failed to recognize the fact that i was recognizing that i was dreaming, and i kept on "going through the motions" in
the dream lol...
here comes the interesting part - i remember what looked like a lynx
or a miniature
appeared from behind a tree and walks right up to me. at
first i was somewhat fearful, but then he started talking to me! then i thought about the fact that he could bite me, and he immediately did. it
actually hurt for a second, but then it's almost as if he bit me on purpose to show me that i was dreaming... this is also about the time i felt
that burning sensation on my right thigh, reinforcing my knowledge that this was indeed, a dream. i only wish i could learn how to control that!!!
i really wish i could remember what exactly the lynx or mini jaguar spoke to me about! i say "minature" jaguar because it was a little smaller than
a house cat - like scaled down a bit from a normal jaguar. whatever it spoke to me about was positive, because i remember we talked for a little
while in that one spot in a clearing, in a sunny, misty forest. i felt no fear anymore, and i trusted him.
maybe it'll all come back to me tonight when i'm about to go to sleep. i noticed that i usually sleep on my side or stomach, and that's when the
glimpses of previous dreams start to flow.
like David Wilcock says, tell yourself that you want to remember to recognize that you are dreaming while in a dream, and then you'll be in full
control. ...easier said than done!
peace to all!