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horizen

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Lost, then Re-Emerging from Deep Mysterious Waters
« on: June 13, 2012, 03:14:23 AM »
Last week I dreamt a teenage (or early 20s) boy rushed down to a riverbank where he had discovered the skeletal remains of a young child.  The clothes were still there.  He wanted to solve the mystery of what happened to this child.  He ushered an authoritive figure down there and told him of his plans to investigate.  The key aspect of this investigation involved him diving into the river to get to the bottom of things.  I watched as he relayed his plans.  I had no idea how deep the river was.  No idea where the bottom was.  By now a crowd was gathering along the riverbank.  The teenager dove into the water.  Soon after that a younger boy dived in after him.  They both disappeared underwater for a long time.  Everyone waited. And waited...and waited for them to reappear.  But the surface of the water was still.  It seems they'd disappeared.  Minutes go by.  Everyone waited nervously until that gave way to the feeling that it was hopeless and they didn't make it and weren't coming back.  After an unrealistic length of time, the older boy emerges.   Everyone is surprised.  No sign of the little boy though.  Then after even more time passes, the younger child surfaces.  Everyone is shocked at this, as it seemed impossible to have survived without oxygen for that amount of time.  The crowd erupts in cheers.  The crowd grows even larger and it seems there are camera crews around because this is so extraordinary and miraculous.  Everyone assumed they were dead.  It was such a shock to see them re-emerge alive after all that time underwater, that it turned people's sense of reality upside down and energized them. 

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Re: Lost, then Re-Emerging from Deep Mysterious Waters
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2012, 09:23:07 AM »
Hi Horizen – A very interesting dream and message. Yes we do need the courage and bravery of a teenager to dive deep into ourselves to discover the secrets of our own development. The remains of a young child is about an awful traumatic event that has been left to rot.

The length of time taken in the dive is a mistake in your view of dreams. You have taken into you the rules of the waking life and applied them to the dream world. There is no need to breathe under water in dreams, so you could/can take as long as you need. Even so it is good to have it captured on film. Please see http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/dream-yoga/

Tony