posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 12:15 PM
So, for the past few years, I have consistently dreamed about a "Winter Town". The town is always the same, but the events that happen in the dreams
range from normal, mundane stuff, to epic apocalyptic missions. I used to kind of lucid dream when I was younger, after being plagued by recurring
dreams of drowning. Every time I drowned in my dreams I realized I could breathe underwater. The panic would go away and the dream would continue. But
with my Winter Town dreams I never clue into the fact that I'm dreaming.
Since I've dreamed of this winter town for a few years, I've gotten to know it pretty well. Hell, I could probably draw a map! It's always winter
there, even when it's summer in my "real life". There are rows of small houses, almost like little cottages. I know each and every alley in between
the houses, almost as if I've lived there my whole life. There's a hill to the east (I think), and on top there's a great big cathedral-ish
building made of glass. I'm certain it's not a church, but it's a very foreboding and lonely place. A greenhouse, perhaps? To the north sits a
mountain that has a tobogganing run and a ski hill.
The main focus of the town is a massive cliff with a fence guarding it. At the bottom of the cliff is a tiny little tropical beach, almost a speck
since the cliff is so high. All you can see aside from the beach is ocean. When I first started dreaming of this town, I was always drawn to the
cliff. I would find myself standing on the fence with my arms outstretched "Titanic style". In a few dreams I've jumped over it, only to wake up
just before I hit the ocean. In one dream I launched over it on my snowboard and then panicked as the water rushed up at me.
My question is this - does anyone else have dreams in the same setting with different events? I'm beginning to think this Winter Town could be a real
place, either in this world or another. Maybe it could even be a town I lived in during a past life? Or is it just some fabrication that my mind
Any constructive input is welcome. I love deciphering dreams!