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Can Somebody Help explain my dream please?

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Can Somebody Help explain my dream please?

Postby Trace » Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:52 am

In my dream i was in an unknown house with my grandpa, grandma and all my pets. We just brought home a new cat, and while petting this cat a spider came off of it, This spider was similar too a daddy long leg only a great deal bigger with purple on its back. It ran right at me, i tried hitting it with various objects too kill it but it was unaffected. Somehow it ended up on me, and i freaked out. But every time i would get it off of me it would end up right back on me somehow. At one point i threw it off in the living room and ran into the bathroom and it was on my shoulder. It was speaking too me in a female voice. It was saying "I might have forgotten about her but she could never forget about me, and i shouldnt have tried too replace her, And we were married before and i would never get rid of her."

I am an 18 year old male and have never been married before. Any helpful suggestions would be appreciated.
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Re: Can Somebody Help explain my dream please?

Postby shadowofwind » Mon Dec 12, 2011 6:50 am

Hi. I think this spider is a 'thought', though that word doesn't capture its nature very well. Its attracted to your stream of consciousness sort of like a moth to a light, and if you hold it in the stream for a moment it will play out its little story then go dormant or disappear. Its probably not your thought, barring something like reincarnation, but its attracted to you for some reason. I would guess that something about you is like the woman, and its making a sort of apology, or something about you is like the man, and its warning you for the future.

I guess this description seems strange if you're used to thinking that thoughts can be understood entirely as electrochemical interactions between neurons. But in my experience the neuron/computer description only captures one aspect of what thinking is, and for this other aspect the bug-that-won't-go-away analogy is as good as any.
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