If you dream of flying, what position are you in for take off and/or flight?!
I mean flying freely without support. Arms out or not? Legs straight or not? I used to have a dream where I took off and flew; the more confident I was, the higher I could go. However, I always assumed the same position and the same technique every time and I've often wondered if anyone else assumes a similar stance. I won't say what mine was yet as I want to find out if anyone else truly has experienced the same 'technique'!
I love flying dreams, and have had some though the years. I can relate to what you said, that "the more confident I was, the higher I could go." I don't remember any particular stance -- just the sense of moving like a hummingbird -- effortlessly. It was a blast!
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