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Last night I had a very nice, but frustrating dream.
I was hoping someone maybe would be interested in reading about my experience and what it might mean.

I don't remember much, unfortunately, but this is what I can recall:

I was in a small room somewhere, almost like in a "cell" but it wasn't a jail. It was a very simple room. Not much furniture and such, very simple. 
   I was there with someone else but I never saw who it was. It was a man. He was lying in the single bed in the room. The bed had a simple light wooden frame. He lay with a blanket over him. The blanket covered his face also, so I couldn't see who it was. I didn't get a feeling either of whom it might be.

I was standing in the middle of the room. The room was not dark. I think I was dressed for sleep, a T-shirt . The man told me; "It's cold in here". I walked up to the bed and crawled under the covers with him, but his face was still covered. The blanket was made of cotton, and had a white or light blue color. 
   Suddenly I felt like I "knew" who it was but it wasn't anyone that I've ever met IRL before. (Yes, the person is "real" but I'll keep that information out of this.) 

I crawled up closer to him, and I was lying by his left side. I touched his head with my hands, and rested it against my own chest and hugged him. I closed my eyes, and kissed his head (through the covers) while I was holding him close. I felt happy, safe, in love. I didn't know if he felt the same. Then, he started to talk to me, about how "amazed" he was by me. I can't remember everything he said, but it was loving compliments. It was almost as if he was so stunned, that he didn't really know what to say. 

And then, I woke up, feeling pretty good.

Later, the same day, I went out for a little walk. And the first song I put on, on my mp3-player had 1 sentence in the lyrics that just blew my mind; "And when you bring the blankets, I cover up my face."

I've never experienced this before.

It would be nice to hear what you think.

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Tags: confused, dream, light, love, safe

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I think you met one of your soul mates or twin soul in the fourth dimension or astral plane ( don't know which one). It depends on how intense the love felt in my opinion in order to know which one it is.

Thank you Irelex!

It was frustrating after I woke up, that I couldn't see his face.

But in the dream I felt like I didn't have to pull down the covers, cause I "knew" already who it was even if I didn't see him. This was very odd, because I'll never know really who it was, or if I was right.
   But I really did feel a very deep love, you know. Like I wished I could've stayed there because the feeling was so intense.

Such a strange experience...



Irelex / Mescemer said:

I think you met one of your soul mates or twin soul in the fourth dimension or astral plane ( don't know which one). It depends on how intense the love felt in my opinion in order to know which one it is.

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