I’ve had this dream quite a few times recently. I’ll be doing my usual daily routine then all of a sudden open the door to a room or a closet and I end up somewhere completely unfamiliar, usually it’s this exotic place, like a jungle, I see lots if wild greenery and a waterfall. The door disappears. I am trapped in this new place. I am suddenly paralyzed with fear, “How do I get back?”. Typically I will just wake myself up. Last night in my dream, apparently I “remembered” how to get back. I concentrated, and then I appeared to be sliding south, like controlled falling, and as I saw things swoosh past me I reminded myself to concentrate, to keep going. But this process ws taking forever, I was too impatient to see what happens next so I woke myself up again.
Now that I’m awake, I analyze why I can’t just move forward? Why is my concern, “How do I get back?”?
Why does it not occur to me to attempt to survive in the jungle instead of running away from it? The fear of the unfamiliar, so paralyzing, that my only thought is “How do I get back to my comfort zone?”
- jdniemand answered: Because the jungle has tigers and poisonous snakes in it. Also the wi-fi is shit.
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- pianiste answered: I think you want to return because you’re afraid of not being in control. somewhere in your life, you’re afraid of change.
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