posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 05:59 PM
Now, I am dreaming about the number 3. In this dream, I was riding the Tour de France. In real life, I am a serious cyclist. I used to race for 4
years and also a cycling photographer. In this dream, I felt I was riding the Tour but I didn't feel like I was on a bike. However, I felt the
feeling that I was racing along with the peleton. I was trying to keep up with one rider in front of me. This rider was my client in real life. I
was inside a building and going up the stairs. At one point, now, I am at the front of the peleton and driving the pace really hard. I remember I
was going up and making turns and etc. My sport director told me that I am riding the stage 3 of the Tour and I should remember what happened last
time when David Miller, a pro racer from UK, did the same feat on this stage. In the dream, I remember to have ridden this stage before with the
road and course layout. I also remember talking about one rider who was racing as a category 3 rider (in the US cycling, riders are classified by
categories. From cat 5 beginners, to cat 1 amateur elites==won many races against more faster riders). Now, I have arrived to a court, before a
judge. I wanted to continue to drive the pace but I quickly realized that this is the rest stop. In the Tour, there are no rest stops but feed
stations. Racers would grab food and drink from their teams along side the road and to continue riding on. Eating and drinking on the bike.
Now, the perspective is changing. Now, I am not racing the stage. I became a race marshall and directing the traffics and making sure pediatricians
aren't in the way. I then began to tell people to clear off the road because the race is about to pass here. Before my eyes, I saw 3 riders in a
So, number 3 is important here. In the same dream, on 3 occasions, number 3 has been mentioned. The court house is interesting too because this is
the second time my dream is making reference to the court house. The other time, I dream that I had to get to the court house but couldn't find my
ways. Cycling? I guess cycling is important too here. Cycling photography is my side job. How about that I was working hard to stay with the pack?
Later, I was the first rider at the head of the pack driving the pace really hard?