This is hard question to answer because I tend to talk in my sleep. My wife has various stories of what I have said that would probably result in a better answer. My most interesting dream is a place I call "Graham's Funland". I went there a couple of times and it's a place where the roads are made of brick but water continuously flows through the streets. I have wished and hoped to go back because it was very fun. You could run and slide down the streets and be a kid. I am not sure why this popped in my head those two nights but it was remember able.
I'm not sure I've had just ONE most interesting dream, since they are relevant to what is current to my situation. My FAVORITE dreams are the flying dreams. Haven't had one for awhile. Dreams that have stayed with me, that would fall into the 'most interesting' were time/location travel dreams. 1. Travelled to England, met an old black gentleman (guide) who stood by my side as I viewed Stonehenge. (this was not the first dream I have had about stonehenge. First time was when I was 14 and new nothing about its exsistence. My dad pulled the encyclopedia out and showed me the pic of the 'rocks' I had described to him). 2. I was standing atop a mountain. There was lush vegetation all around. From that view I could see across the land (tree tops) and far in the distance a body of water. A Chief (not american indian) stood by my side. It was a beautiful land and I asked what it was called. He answered in a language I did not understand. When I asked for a meaning he said, "Hawaii". I felt a surge of peace and love fill me. 3. I was 'travelling' through space and as I travelled around the earth I could see the various people from other countries dressed in their native regalea. As I continued to 'orbit' I noted that they began to reach for each others hands. Soon, they were encircling the earth holding hands, all connected, all one. I have alot of spiritual dreams, as well as many dreams involving other lands, and cultures.
by Colebabie 11 months ago
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by spease 8 years ago
I had a dream several times over about a year. I was in my yard and was attacked by a lion. I always won the fight. No idea what it meant. Pretty strange.
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