posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 12:08 PM
I had a dream where I was speaking with a tyrant, I told this tyrant she was making us sad, I showed her how sad my face was. I told her "You did
this." After this I was outside in a temple, it was new, but looked like an ancient temple. I was with someone, but we split when a bull elephant
began chasing the other, the elephant turned and with a very sad face said to me, "They've done this to me before." I then found myself laid in front
of a bull elephant beginning to charge me, I could not move.
I believe this indicates an unavoidable division and conflict. This conflict is our own fault, our own doing. I feel that the elephant represents the
whole while I and the other I was with represent different parts of the whole. The whole is split and in conflict with itself. The fault lies in the
hands of the tyrants. They've done this to themselves before, the tyrants. In the dream the elephant has a relation to my representation. I told the
tyrant "You did this," the elephant told me "They've done this to me" so the tyrant is they. The elephant had the same sad face that I had when
speaking with the tyrant so the elephant is me, but the elephant also charged me so he was doing this to me and is therefore they. The elephant also
charged the other, but said they were doing this to him so the elephant is they and doing this to himself. I represent they, the tyrant is they and
the elephant is also they. They've done this to themselves.
We are the tyrants, we believe that we should rule over one another as tyrants. We believe that we are right and they are wrong, but we are they. We
believe that we should tell them what they should do, what rules they should follow and they believe they should tell us what to do and what rules to
follow. We are they and they are the tyrants. Our misguided attempts to live the lives of others is the reason for our great sadness. We've made
ourselves into conflict by forcing ourselves upon one another.
The conflict is unavoidable because we refuse ourselves the freedom to not be a part of this tyranny which leads to conflict.
edit on 3-2-2013
by Symbiot because: (no reason given)