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« on: September 02, 2011, 12:24:02 PM »
Dear Tony,

I'm Charlotte, you have a wonderful biography and life story, it's beautiful and interesting.

I had a dream last night, I was with my recent ex boyfriend, he was complaining that he needed more love from me, in a sexual way, so I started licking his chest, and then I began to defecate onto the bed, I couldn't stop it, and instantly threw him away from my body and tried to hide the faeces under the duvet.

In the next and different part of a dream, I was walking to a large house, I had been there before. When I got there, there were drug addicts everywhere, doing drugs, sitting and laying around the house everywhere, i was standing on a landing at the top of the stairs, and there were two sets of stairs either side of the landing, going down, and the drugged up people were everywhere. sitting with their eyes closed, totally out of it. I was observing.

If you could analyze these for me, I would appreciate it very much.

Best wishes to you, speak again

Tony Crisp

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Re: dream
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2011, 11:37:16 AM »
Hi Charlotte – An interesting view of an ex boyfriend.

The dream seems very explicit about what you feel deep within about his needs and sex. In the first place you went along with it, but your dream says, excuse the language, it gave you the shits. It upset you. You tried it hide your feelings about it but it still left you not wanting to be near him.

Sex without love can be like that; maybe that was why you pushed him away.

The next part of the dream seems to move your focus onto people you see around you. It gives you the feeling that many people are ‘totally out of it’. They are lost in the world, have no sense of destiny or connections with their own inner self – that is a common situation for millions of people who have lost any awareness of your central self.

By the way, thank you for what you say about my biography. I had to read it again to make sure you were talking about me -  :)