Friday, April 6, 2007

Dream Date April 6, 2007

First dream:

I am at a David Bowie concert. I am the only one in the audience. David reaches down and hands me a cigarette from up on the stage. I take it. It is falling apart badly. He then hands me a lighter. He reaches down again and gives me a handful of lighters.

Second dream:

I am at a man's house to take piano lessons from him. He teaches a houseful of women how to play. I sit down at a piano. There are a number of numbered folders containing lessons in them, in chronological order. (i.e. the first lesson is number one and contains sheet music, all the way to around folder number 20 or so.)


Mark said...

You do have some interesting dreams.

Anonymous said...

Dream #1:
You seem to be looking at yourself here in the person of one of your favourite artists, if not your most favourite. Are you like him in many ways? Maybe you are trying to explore creativity in your daily life. You mentioned being bored many times.
Anyway, you seem to be taking center-stage. By this I mean you are taking more responsilblity for your own entertainment, relaxation and spiritual and artistic development. But you seem to be still unsure of yourself. And it appears you still depend on several methods and techniques to improve your chances.
That you are the only one in the audience probably means that now at least you seem to have become integral. You have become complete and whole. Being one with yourself and the world.

Anonymous said...

Dream # 2:
This dream perhaps has something to do with what you are doing and experimenting with at this time. Exploring sounds and sound techniques to help you in your spiritual and creative activities.
And it is clear you are still a beginner. And you know you still have plenty of lessons to take, stages and levels to reach.
Anyway learning to play the piano suggests learning to work with other people's material and methods. It means you have to sacrifice originality and being yourself for a while.

Sophia said...

Thanks, Mark! Unfortunately the past couple days I've been forgetting them. I have good days and bad days, I guess.

Sophia said...

Hi anonymous, yes, David Bowie is one of my favorite artists. I was so entranced by him at one of his concerts that all I could do was stare at him through binoculars. My husband thought it was funny, that I couldn't take my eyes off him. It was definitely a form of hero worship!

I do not know how much like David Bowie I am, although we apparently like the same music, as surely he likes his own as much as I do.

Thank you for the interpretations. Maybe my creativity will come back to me.