Greg Michaels’ Dreams – Have You Ever Looked Up or Studied Yours?
Dreams often make you think, wonder and are almost always strange. What are some of your weirdest dreams?
Often mine involve hunting, however, often I am the hunted, I won’t say I’m being chased because it’s more like scary hide and go seek in a wooded area or jungle.
Many of my dreams involve where I grew up, sort of, I say “sort of” because it’s usually a mash-up of my hometown and some other city like Boston or New York. I sometimes dream I’m on a ferry boat or plane.
Years ago every night I had this dream where I was at a campsite on a beach where there was a huge maze of tunnels. I once had a dream where I met Katy Perry at Marden’s.
The most recent odd dream was last night and it kind of startled me, so much so in fact I woke up and said, “Phew it was a dream.” Not because it was scary but because it was about a girl and I’m married. It was about someone I didn’t know and had never met.
Lynn and I looked through a dream definition book we have and thankfully she doesn’t have to feel worried and I don’t to totally have to feel guilty.
Reading up on my “intimacy dream” the book defined it with a few different outcomes. One answer was having to do with self-esteem and lack of it. Okay, maybe to a degree that may be true but not like it was as a kid.
The other reason and the one that intrigues me is the fact it might mean I have a gloomy outlook on life. Might it be the stress of life? Is it the bills, the monotony and daily struggles?
My own response to this is, I just need a decadent dinner out with Lynn as a couple or maybe a mini getaway. So, it’s not about not being satisfied in my marriage, that’s the good news.