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Title: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on April 02, 2017, 01:30:52 AM
Nightmares...
I hope I am done with them soon...
They aren't really cataclysmic, they deal with human folly.  Chaos and confusion of an emotional nature, not events.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on April 02, 2017, 06:53:42 PM
I don't remember having those kind of dreams last night...
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on January 09, 2019, 12:01:33 PM
If I take B1, a couple of them per day, plus put them by my bed at night, pop one in my mouth when I wake up, I have less useless tiring dreams and no nightmares.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on January 09, 2019, 04:20:51 PM
Is there a particular dose that you use Barb?  Could a B-100 complex also be used?
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on January 10, 2019, 11:37:06 PM
Is there a particular dose that you use Barb?  Could a B-100 complex also be used?
Hi R.R.  I suppose a B100 would work fine. I seem to need the B1 as well as any other B's I'm taking...
I take a big B complex etc. I do notice feeling saner and having less unwanted thoughts or bad dreams when I take the B1. Apparently any prescription med wipes out B1.
I take as many as 6 B1 per day, spaced out over the day and night.
- Barb T.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on January 11, 2019, 05:17:21 AM
That could be a very valuable tip for those who are sensitive to negative energies and end-time stresses Barb.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on January 11, 2019, 07:23:10 AM
That could be a very valuable tip for those who are sensitive to negative energies and end-time stresses Barb.

I think you're right...

I feel how much a person needs is very subjective.
A good stash of B complex multiple vite minerals - all that will help keep the B's iin balance.
I have noticed personally one big B complex is good and a few of the B1s, spaced throughout the day and night. I keep one or two by my water glass at night. When I wake up and seem to be grinding away at some useless tiring dream, I pop a B1, really helps me. If I am disciplined and take most everything I am supposed to I am rewarded with a nice dream, dreams with more clarity...
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on January 11, 2019, 08:11:22 AM
My guess is that you may be less susceptible to viruses by supplementing with plentiful B?

That would be a nice collateral effect, anyway!  :)
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on January 11, 2019, 12:41:39 PM
My guess is that you may be less susceptible to viruses by supplementing with plentiful B?

That would be a nice collateral effect, anyway!  :)

I hadn't thought of that, probably true...  :)
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on February 24, 2019, 10:33:23 PM
(I know) dreaming of a baby is supposed to be about one's project, product, something created. This seemed so darn real.
Not realistic but real. When I say that, not realistic, I mean my newborn was already talking a little bit to me, and crawling apparently, I kept seeing him in different places. That is sort of like a rapidly-developing alien baby in a TV series I had seen.
Parts of the dream were uplifting, joyful, positive but then the baby I delivered, my baby, at age 75 (and such an amazing wonderful baby) just vanished. Woke up depressed, and thought about the dream on off all day. I had such significance on the baby and its loss.
Lovely fat little boy. I was slim, straight strong and so proud to have given birth at age 75. It was tactile-y visually all so real.
Someone came in and took him or a dog got him... Nearby dogs did not seem vicious, mostly puppies and little dogs. I did not see what had happened.  Then no one seemed concerned or perhaps they did not even believe I had just given birth a couple days before.  I wanted to call the police and no one else did, was in the process of doing this and looking for the baby when I woke up, amazed it was only a dream.
The joyful part was seeing so many people from my past or loved ones gone. I felt joy seeing  Sue, deceased sister of my ex husband. She passed away about 24-25 years ago. A young woman was sitting on the bed, I asked her her name, she said, "Sue" I gasped and hugged her, crying. Maybe who I saw was Sue in her current incarnation. I saw my ex husband in the dream too. Was good to see him even though I avoid him and he is a bit of a threat. It was good to see him tall and straight and seemingly fine. Some other people too who were sort of enemies but friendly in the dream, mixed in with friends.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on February 24, 2019, 10:36:49 PM
In life, we are often forced to make choices that seem like we must give up one thing special in order to have another.  Dreams of losing the baby help us recognise that the most important thing to never give up on is ourselves.

https://www.wellbeing.com.au/mind-spirit/spirituality/lost-baby-in-a-dream.html
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on February 24, 2019, 10:44:11 PM
Is there a particular dose that you use Barb?  Could a B-100 complex also be used?

I am out of the B1 and yes had nightmares for about ten hours on and off.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on February 25, 2019, 05:13:28 AM
Barb, my take on your realistic-seeming dream of birthing the baby at age 75:

That age only seems past our reproductive prime now.  Am guessing it will be considered adolescence in the world that's coming. 

In fact, if you follow the dream analysis method that I was taught, substituting yourself in place of everything in the dream, you would find yourself saying aloud, "I am a healthy baby being born."  And with the changes coming, that would be a true statement.

And if that's the case, then the little fellow may:

1. be trying to reach out to meet you ahead of the new world, as you already have a connection with him

2. be one of a number of children that you may give birth to when the time comes.  :)

(http://www.damoncarterartist.com/assets/portraits_kids/c_will.jpg)
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on February 25, 2019, 05:25:53 AM
P.S. I've had numerous convincing dreams myself that my husband and I had a daughter named Grace...though we've only had sons.  Perhaps she is yet to come?
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on February 25, 2019, 10:17:17 AM
P.S. I've had numerous convincing dreams myself that my husband and I had a daughter named Grace...though we've only had sons.  Perhaps she is yet to come?

That is so wonderful, it actually gave goosebumps, the good kind.
:)
Many Blessings.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on February 25, 2019, 10:28:02 AM
Barb, my take on your realistic-seeming dream of birthing the baby at age 75:

That age only seems past our reproductive prime now.  Am guessing it will be considered adolescence in the world that's coming. 

In fact, if you follow the dream analysis method that I was taught, substituting yourself in place of everything in the dream, you would find yourself saying aloud, "I am a healthy baby being born."  And with the changes coming, that would be a true statement.

And if that's the case, then the little fellow may:

1. be trying to reach out to meet you ahead of the new world, as you already have a connection with him

2. be one of a number of children that you may give birth to when the time comes.  :)

(http://www.damoncarterartist.com/assets/portraits_kids/c_will.jpg)

RR I really like what you wrote, thank you so much... this newborn painting looks a lot like him but he had lighter skin... so I added a light effect to the photo.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on February 25, 2019, 02:51:23 PM
 :) :)
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on February 25, 2019, 07:34:54 PM
P.S. I've had numerous convincing dreams myself that my husband and I had a daughter named Grace...though we've only had sons.  Perhaps she is yet to come?
Do you think the name is symbolic, i.e., "by the grace of God"?  And since the dreams were convincing, it could be just the situation you suggested to Barb, re her dream of giving birth at age 75.  At some point in your future, you may well give birth to a daughter (by the grace of God?).

Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on February 25, 2019, 07:39:39 PM
(I know) dreaming of a baby is supposed to be about one's project, product, something created. This seemed so darn real.
Not realistic but real. When I say that, not realistic, I mean my newborn was already talking a little bit to me, and crawling apparently, I kept seeing him in different places. That is sort of like a rapidly-developing alien baby in a TV series I had seen.
Parts of the dream were uplifting, joyful, positive but then the baby I delivered, my baby, at age 75 (and such an amazing wonderful baby) just vanished. Woke up depressed, and thought about the dream on off all day. I had such significance on the baby and its loss.
Lovely fat little boy. I was slim, straight strong and so proud to have given birth at age 75. It was tactile-y visually all so real.
Someone came in and took him or a dog got him... Nearby dogs did not seem vicious, mostly puppies and little dogs. I did not see what had happened.  Then no one seemed concerned or perhaps they did not even believe I had just given birth a couple days before.  I wanted to call the police and no one else did, was in the process of doing this and looking for the baby when I woke up, amazed it was only a dream.
The joyful part was seeing so many people from my past or loved ones gone. I felt joy seeing  Sue, deceased sister of my ex husband. She passed away about 24-25 years ago. A young woman was sitting on the bed, I asked her her name, she said, "Sue" I gasped and hugged her, crying. Maybe who I saw was Sue in her current incarnation. I saw my ex husband in the dream too. Was good to see him even though I avoid him and he is a bit of a threat. It was good to see him tall and straight and seemingly fine. Some other people too who were sort of enemies but friendly in the dream, mixed in with friends.
Wow, Barb, RR may be right on. 

I see it as either a typical symbolic dream where the baby symbolizes the birth of something new, such as new job, new project, new image, new hobby, new self, etc., or a prophecy dream as RR suggested.

And BTW, Corey Goode in a recent episode of Cosmic Disclosure (Series 9) mentioned that nowadays many people are dreaming of seeing deceased loved ones, and when that happens, it means or strongly suggests that we're more rapidly approaching the solar flash and all that comes with it.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on February 26, 2019, 04:56:41 AM
From Ilinda:
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Do you think the name is symbolic, i.e., "by the grace of God"?  And since the dreams were convincing, it could be just the situation you suggested to Barb, re her dream of giving birth at age 75.  At some point in your future, you may well give birth to a daughter (by the grace of God?).

That would be quite a gift!  :)
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Solani on February 26, 2019, 04:27:15 PM
Barb, my take on your realistic-seeming dream of birthing the baby at age 75:

That age only seems past our reproductive prime now.  Am guessing it will be considered adolescence in the world that's coming. 

In fact, if you follow the dream analysis method that I was taught, substituting yourself in place of everything in the dream, you would find yourself saying aloud, "I am a healthy baby being born."  And with the changes coming, that would be a true statement.

And if that's the case, then the little fellow may:

1. be trying to reach out to meet you ahead of the new world, as you already have a connection with him

2. be one of a number of children that you may give birth to when the time comes.  :)

(http://www.damoncarterartist.com/assets/portraits_kids/c_will.jpg)

RR I really like what you wrote, thank you so much... this newborn painting looks a lot like him but he had lighter skin... so I added a light effect to the photo.

I've also had the dreams of giving birth to more children in the future.  It would be interesting to find out how many of us that are ehh... past our "prime" date that are having these dreams... Oh heck! We're all still in our prime and age is just a freakin number! I'm just talking about being past our baby production date without major intervention from the medical field...  ;D

//Solani
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on February 26, 2019, 04:45:40 PM
With two major physiological mutations happening in a two month period of time last year to the human species (please see posts about the new Interstitium internal organ and the DNA I-Motif alteration on the Ascension thread), it wouldn't be that much of a surprise if we mature ladies suddenly regained that functioning...

Wiki documents, for example, that a 67 year-old woman gave birth in 2005, and a 56 year-old also gave birth in 2010:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pregnancy_over_age_50

Might be best to wait until the Aftertime though  :)
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Solani on February 26, 2019, 05:08:20 PM
With two major physiological mutations happening in a two month period of time last year to the human species (please see posts about the new Interstitium internal organ and the DNA I-Motif alteration on the Ascension thread), it wouldn't be that much of a surprise if we mature ladies suddenly regained that functioning...

Wiki documents, for example, that a 67 year-old woman gave birth in 2005, and a 56 year-old also gave birth in 2010:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pregnancy_over_age_50

Might be best to wait until the Aftertime though  :)

Will go search for the posts but yes, I think I'll wait... If it's avoidable,  :o I really don't feel like having to care for an infant when so much else will be needed to do but... Me planning on taking in orphans, heck, one, two or more, really wouldn't make that much difference...  ;D
//Solani
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on February 26, 2019, 06:17:12 PM
Corey Goode has mentioned a couple of different times that the contact person, Kar-ee',  he has in the An-Shar people, one of the "Inner Earth Being" species, has told him she is, IIRC, 130 years old, but he claims she appears to be young.  So, it is possible, since they ae supposedly our future, it is possible they do not reproduce until a much later age, even than 130, because he said Kar-ee' has never been with a man.

Not sure if that means her "role" does not include being paired/mated/married to a member of the opposite gender, or if she is not paired with a partner because they do not do so until later in life!

The artist's rendition shows a quite youthful-looking woman (Kar-ee').
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on February 27, 2019, 04:47:49 AM
Really interesting!

If you come across any more information about her, would you mind posting it?
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Solani on February 27, 2019, 06:13:38 PM
Really interesting!

If you come across any more information about her, would you mind posting it?

Yep, me 2!!  :D
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on February 27, 2019, 07:14:14 PM
Apparently she is the An-shar who is his "contact person", which means a lot of things, including fact that she is the one who he interacts with when he is taken to their location.  Further, when they are to have a conference involving An-shar issues, which also needs Corey's presence, it is she and he who accompany each other on the craft.

And his long description of his very first visit to their place involved his completely disrobing and being cleansed in a fountain-appearing area before his being able to enter their "space".  I'm omitting many details due to space constraints.

And then there's the most interesting session he had with Kar-ee, in which they had a "mind-meld".  I cannot do justice to the event by trying to describe it, but he certainly can and did.  He said afterwards he realized how much more powerful their intellect is than ours, although they have humility about it.  He is much better at describing all his experiences because, well, he was there and I was not!  Oh, how I'd love to be able to post video clips from it.  Impossible as far as I know for now.

I'll certainly make note of any further mention of their seemingly dramatically slowed ageing process, which allows what we would call an elder appear to be barely past the youth stage, as well as delayed reproduction, or possibly reproduction that is seriously restricted due to space constraints.  Am thinking now of how they don't have seemingly infinite space, and would have to ponder the consequences of population overgrowth.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on February 28, 2019, 04:56:19 AM
What an amazing experience for him to have!
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on March 01, 2019, 02:10:31 PM
Found a few of the Cosmic Disclosure episodes in which Corey Good discusses the Inner Earth Beings, of which there are seven major humanoid groups, some distantly related to each other, but none mixing with each other, so the seven remain reproductively isolated. 

I think the name An-shar refers to the name of one of those seven groups, and not the general name for all seven, collectively.  Kar-ee is an An-shar.

Based on Corey's descriptions, an artistic rendition has been made of all of them, and three of them I screen-captured last night:

EDIT:  pics show only two of the seven types of I.E.Beings, and the third shot shows the "fountain" where Corey Goode had to undergo the cleansing prior to mingling with the An-shar.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on March 04, 2019, 02:50:26 PM
Just watched another episode of Cosmic Disclosure and it just so happened to feature an artiist's rendition of the other five "types" of Inner Earth Beings.  Corey Goode has stated that those seven basic types encompass all the ethnic varieties found on the surface (that's us).  Here are the other five:
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on March 10, 2019, 09:18:26 PM
With two major physiological mutations happening in a two month period of time last year to the human species (please see posts about the new Interstitium internal organ and the DNA I-Motif alteration on the Ascension thread), it wouldn't be that much of a surprise if we mature ladies suddenly regained that functioning...

Wiki documents, for example, that a 67 year-old woman gave birth in 2005, and a 56 year-old also gave birth in 2010:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pregnancy_over_age_50

Might be best to wait until the Aftertime though  :)

Interesting idea, and i can see how that could happen in the near future.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on March 10, 2019, 09:22:45 PM
Yowbarb Note: Posting this now and at some point will see if possible to correlate the info to a possible past passing of PX, the Aftertime from that. It is possible that Sarah, wife of Abraham was 96 when she gave birth.
...

Abraham's wife Sarah is the only female in Genesis for whom an age is ever mentioned. We can read the span of her life (127 years per Genesis 23:1).
https://www.esv.org/Genesis+23/

However, even in advance of when she became pregnant, Abraham notes she'd "give birth at 90" (Genesis 17:17).

https://www.esv.org/Genesis+17/
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on March 10, 2019, 09:23:59 PM
BTW if I take B1 at bedtime and another one during the night, even if my dreams are not real clear and they seem to go on and on and seem to be work, with the B1 there is some kind of resolution or something accomplished by the time I finally am done sleeping.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on June 25, 2019, 07:05:47 PM
Take C with the B1
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on June 25, 2019, 08:47:06 PM
The idea of taking B or B with C, for dreaming enhancement, is new to me, so I read this with interest.  I've never known why sometimes dreams are vivid and other times vague, although eating an apple before bedtime has at times seemed to support vivid dreams.  But not always.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on June 26, 2019, 02:22:01 AM
The idea of taking B or B with C, for dreaming enhancement, is new to me, so I read this with interest.  I've never known why sometimes dreams are vivid and other times vague, although eating an apple before bedtime has at times seemed to support vivid dreams.  But not always.

Oh, ilinda my posts about B1 are primarily a nutritional thing...
The reason I mention it is, people with prescription drugs, their bodies burn up a lot of nutrients. B1 is one of them...
Adding C is something I found out recently, the B1 tends to use up vitamin C in its function, so now I take them together.
Re dream enhancement, since my body is probably so saturated with prescriptions just now, have been taking B1. Long term use of prescriptions for copd and some BP med, not on the BP med just now... More on that later.
I had gone a long long time without the B1 and noticed my nightmares getting progressively so worse.

Note: (Several months ago after one dream which was like a technicolor really super scary real and disturbing Sci Fi, but track-y like it had happened and I was there. ... that was enough of that.)
Ever since that night, I have been popping a B1 before sleep and keeping one beside my bed to take during the night.
That is my own personal experience, not sure the same benefit would occur with other people, but I would say yes, it would probably help anyone, so try it, anyone on prescriptions.

When I take the B1 the dream seems to resolve itself, so even if it is sort of a long drawn out, somewhat tiring or spiritual work dream of some sort, I get to some resolution point. That also might be affected by the amount of sleep, like if I could manage to get 8 hours, or not.
Even if I short myself on sleep, the B1 does help me wake up feeling like something resolved, healed. I feel like I have a bearable night of dreaming. :)

Some dreams I know are precognitive or giving me awareness, others are the daily struggle grinding-on-type of a dream, reflecting on the day and long term struggles...
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on June 26, 2019, 02:30:44 AM
The idea of taking B or B with C, for dreaming enhancement, is new to me, so I read this with interest.  I've never known why sometimes dreams are vivid and other times vague, although eating an apple before bedtime has at times seemed to support vivid dreams.  But not always.

Thanks for the idea of the apple. My Michael and I used to have slices of green apples in the evening. At the time we did not eat much besides fruit after a certain time of night... A good habit.
I got out of the apple habit because currently I have to get  "new chompers". Not able to eat much at all of raw fruit or veg.

Michael and I were also taking blue green algae or chlorella regularly and having deep, healing, wonderful vivid dreams, all through that time period. Something in those foods my brain likes.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on July 10, 2019, 06:58:52 PM
Last night I had a strange dream I cannot yet interpret.

In the dream my now-deceased mother and I were walking down a country, dirt road similar to what is around here.  We suddenly encountered a small bull and he kept trying to butt us.  He would just keep coming around and try to ram into either of us.

Mom seemed more adept at grabbing a tree branch or large stick to hit him, and I would try but each time it seemed my stick was too flimsy or too small and it would break just as I whacked him.

Can't recall more and am still pondering this.  In dreams with a deceased relative or deceased parent, the context is important.  For example, when a deceased loved one comes to pick you up in a vehicle and take you somewhere, it might not be a good omen, but if a parent shows you something or points out something helpful, etc., it might mean the "parent" is some authority figure, rather than the actual parent.  Am guessing this dream could represent my actual mother, but it may also be an authority figure trying to teach me something.
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on July 11, 2019, 05:07:56 AM
Ilinda,

Any time a deceased loved one appears to me in my dreams, I always awaken feeling that we've had a pleasant visit. 

Walking with your mother on a dirt road sounds like the stuff of 4D to me.

Did you or your mother feel afraid of the bull, or was he merely an obstruction to continuing on your walk?

I take it that he did not succeed in goring either of you?

What else was around you in the dream?

Seems like the bull might have had an agenda to divert you away from the good road that you're presently on - the one in which you see you mother again and walk in the countryside in a very happy place. 

Perhaps the brute force that the bull attempts to use is representative of some final "stuff" that's about to be flung at ascending ones in hopes of preventing their exit or extracting some last bits of negative energy for a feeding?

Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on July 11, 2019, 08:15:15 PM
I didn't sense fear or anger at the bull, as it was obviously a young one, and your points are well taken, as it was a pleasant walk alone a country lane, and the bull was small, not one of those huge guys with huge horns, etc.  Neither of us was gored and IIRC, I don't even recall seeing horns, although they may have been there but small?

Didn't see anything else at all--country road, mom, self, bull, vegetation along side of road like trees, brush, etc., and of course the sticks and tree branches that are always available.  Thanks for the input.

Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: R.R. Book on July 12, 2019, 06:19:41 AM
Ilinda, the younger age of the bull seems like it might cast the dream in a whole new light... 

Would the lack of prominent horns suggest more of a toothless threat? (https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/c9gAAOSwfURc-OHp/s-l400.webp)

Otherwise, what a lovely dream, maybe suggesting a continuing closeness to your mother, with no real chasm of separation?
(https://nietophotography.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Mother-40s-and-80s-Mom-00323-2-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: ilinda on July 12, 2019, 09:22:59 PM
A definite continuing closeness to Mom!  And to Dad too.

And I had even entertained the thought that the little bull may represent a "little bullsh_t", as opposed to a whole lot of BS.  Maybe mom with her wisdom was better able to defeat or defend against a "little bull now and then"!  Maybe I have to live and grow more to be able to deflect a little bull.  LOL
Title: Re: Apparently useless, tiresome dreams or nightmares
Post by: Yowbarb on December 19, 2019, 12:05:06 PM
A definite continuing closeness to Mom!  And to Dad too.

And I had even entertained the thought that the little bull may represent a "little bullsh_t", as opposed to a whole lot of BS.  Maybe mom with her wisdom was better able to defeat or defend against a "little bull now and then"!  Maybe I have to live and grow more to be able to deflect a little bull.  LOL

It's wonderful to see dreams like this posted...