Re: Yr mail as of 230403 00:04 CEST ([dreams] oneiric worthwhiles)
- Hey Volk!
>You wouldn't think so really, but the women didn't look like she was
> 1. "The Odd White Bear"
> > It was in a cage being taken away by a social worker because
> > my friends sister wasn't liscensed to keep a bear.
> 1. A social worker's job that?
from animal control in her pristine suit.
> 2. How did she respond? How did other peeps on site? How didThe bear seemed quite aggressive actuallly. My friends sister wasn't
> the bear?
there but her mum was who looked rather annoyed with the social
> 3. How about the whiteness of the bear's skin? Ultra-pure orJust a polar bear really, albeit a baby one. Quite cute actually :)
> somewhat mitigated by other shades/patterns?
>3, Me my friend and someone else who i never saw but knew was there.
> 2. "Long Journey To The Middle Of Nowhere"
> > we were trying to get a train back from the middle of nowhere
> > when i woke up. Some hilly mountain place.
> 1. About how many of you were there?
> 2. Any names dropped?No not really. darnit
> 3. Any tongue(s) (ab)used?Just english
> 4. How about air moisture, soil condition, luminosity etc.?Slightly moist with a possibility of rain. :)
>God knows, i think i was going to sell them on.
> 3. "Trip To An Electronics Store"
> > To buy a Tv actually and i ended up with 16 for £8. Pity that
> > one isn't real.
> 1. What would you have been doing with 16 TV sets, either
> oneirically speaking and/or in waking life?
> 2. Where was the rub with such a bargain?Next to a brand new dry cleaners and a unigate milk factory.
> 3. Do the mere figures (16 for 8, 16 - 4 - 8, ...) ring any bell?Nope not a thing.
>So what emotions were you feeling?
> 4. "Given Time To Reconsider ..."
> > [in a nigh-locker environment] - As in caged?
> There was breathing space, and partial motion of the head
> possible. Lack of other options was not actually enjoyed yet did
> not seem to matter that much. Time partly did, since there was
> a lot needed for said reconsideration, and partly didn't, since
> there was no actual beginning of such incarceration nor any end
> of it in sight).
Had you gotten into this predicament by accident or had someone
enforced this inability to move?
> 6. "Tangerine Skies"Listening to a lecture and watching a demo of some kind.
> > I was in some kind of school in what looked like a science lab
> Doing what?
>Nope just carried on with the lecture.
> > when there was a rather loud bang outside. I think this happened
> > twice but no one was too concerned except me so i just tried to
> > ignore it.
> Did anybody say anything, despite said lack of concern?
> > Then when the third bang went off the ground shook with it and i
> > looked out of the window towards our city. A huge red mushroom
> > cloud was going up and i mean this was massive. everyone was
> > very frightened at this point and we rushed outside to get a
> > look.Never been told but i shouldn't imagiune it would be a particularly
> Is that the way you were told to behave in an air raid/nuke strike
good idea! At the time though i was in complete disbelief so i
> > The cloud was going up for miles and it looked like the city was
> > flattened and part on fire. the sky was totally red and orange. Ithey're
> > started crying and thinking my parents were in town and now
> > probably dead.grand
> And you couldn't muster up even a glimpse of fascination for the
> spectacle, right?I think i was more concerned with my parents but the cloud and it
being nuclear was at the back of my mind.
> > It was actually quite frightening cos this didn't really seem
> > foreign countries this felt like home. (England). Scary huh?loved
> Maybe you were also "given time to reconsider...".
> People in yr country, too, and ours, have lost lives, limbs, and
> ones, and not too long ago.True, a reminder that we're not invunerable and perhaps a taste of
what others have gone through in recent times.
>Speak to you soon
- Hullo Grace,Thanks for your response.> at the time i would have dreams like this,i did'nt understand what the> point of these things i was doing was.later,of course,when i realized> i'd dreamed of this moment years ago, i knew,well,im operating this> machine or standing here making coffee....but when i would have the> dream i'd wake up and think "why would i be just standing around?"> or all the machines looked so foreinge to me,you know?1. When would you say that sth like a change in yr perception of dreams,and interest therein occurred?2. What accompanying factors (environment, person(s)...) of suchchange could you make out?> um..i have never had scent be a part of a dream....How about other sensorial perception, including temperature, air pressure,altitude, moisture, velocity, mass, time... ?have you?Often. Very intense. Including substitution and cross-pollination (scentsto eat & drink, scents that talk, scents in ultra-vivid shades...).> i quit that job cause i could'nt take it anymore,i dont eat meat!Ethical reasons, hence?> and my boss was screaming at me saying i was too slow.i dont> know what he was talking about,i was busting ass all the time.> later i learned that he was in the military and he was taught that no> matter how good of a job someone is doing to yell at them and make> them work harder.i hated him.that is sooooo wrong.grrr.....Would you say that by so doing he was blindly following the patternthat was drummed into his mind, or that he actually understood thedeeper meaning of such rationale?
Thank you for your time.B(l)est,Volk