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Enter the Dragon
« on: May 18, 2012, 05:50:41 AM »
Ok, so I had a series of dreams last night.  I remember waking up and telling myself,"Ok, you have to remember this, this, and this."  It's too bad I didn't stay up and write it down.  All I remember is that I was a little frightened but I wasn't sure what it was I should be frightened about and then someone told me to trust the dragon.  So I took off running from the safety of a barn, into an open field, and into the grasp of a dragon.  I remember jumping in the air so that the dragon could grasp me with its talons and I felt completely confident in doing this.  It was almost as the dragon was there to save me. 

Dragon description:  I remember the dragon being dark in color.  Somewhere from black to a charcoal gray.  It also had very hard and bumpy skin and was thick bodied with huge huge talons. 

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Re: Enter the Dragon
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2012, 12:08:03 PM »
Aristocrates – Well, courage is a premium thing one needs to progress in uncovering who you are – and here you have it.

The dragon and the snake are very similar in meaning. As I said in the dictionary, the dragon is the untamed or unsocialised sexual drive which can overpower or trap a girl emerging into womanhood, or threatens a youth facing manhood. The overcoming of it means facing one’s fears of the vast power of such natural drives, and finding satisfying expression.

That you are taken by the dragon is a huge step forward and should lead to massive changes of consciousness. Sometimes this means feeling vibratory energy in your body, and often leads to experiencing new insights consciously rather than in dreams.

Bon Voyage - Tony