nietoperz wrote:The realisation that you're dreaming and the ability to affect and lead the dream is very rare and powerful: it's called lucid dreaming, and it's quite a mental feat.
Aside from that, this dream is about getting away from both the mundanity and everyday dangers of regular life and flying. Flight tends to represent freedom and joy.
I have to say, it's very telling how many of us Superhero lovers have dreams of flight. Deep down, we can still access the inner child and that can only be a good thing.
This is very true. I've had several lucid dreaming experiences. It's a hell of a thing, I'll tell you. That was the first of my Matrix type dreams. It was right after the first movie came out, when the Matrix didn't yet suck. But that's REALLY what it feels like.
Hey, Bat-Admin, lemme ask you something. I have another recurring motif in my dreams, and it's fighting. In my dreams, something like 60-75% of my dreams, I physically fight someone. And I do GOOD, like Karate Kid good, but my strikes seem to do no damage. What's that mean?