Do you have an interpretation of the dreams I posted in replies # 88, 95, and 96? Thanks.
I had 2 more dreams last night involving Katy, both, unfortunately, were bad dreams.
1. This was a really bad dream! In this dream, I was in high school, and was at some really weird camp. At this camp, we had to sleep in these really weird, long beds for 8 people. The people on both sides of me were smoking pot (I do not use any drugs, and have enver even tried any). I was afraid to sleep, since the people on either side of me were trying to get me to smoke pot. They also had these really weird (nonexistant in real life) "pot pills", and I was afraid they were going to force me to swallow one if I fell asleap.
I found out that Katy was also at this camp, and she was staying in the room at the end of the hallway. I went down to that room to see her, but while walking there, I heard that Katy had been arrested! I was shocked, since I knew Katy would never do anything bad. I tried going to Katy's room to find out what was going on. But the police had her room blocked, and said I am not allowed in there since it is a crime scene. The rumor was that Katy was being accused of murder!
I then returned to my room, and nobody else was there. But somebody left a cell phone on a desk. The phone kept ringing, and I kept answering it since nobody else was there. The phone belonged to an acquaintence from when I was in high school (but don't remember who).
Eventually, my cell phone rang. I answered it, and it was the police. They told me that my acquaintence and another guy had been murdered, and that I was the prime suspect, since I kept answering his cell phone. I tried to explain that I answered his cell phone since nobody else was around, and that I did not murder the guy, and was nowhere near him. They said that even if I didn't murder him, they still need me as a witness. I tried to explain that I can't be a witness since I did not see anything. I then contacted a lawyer, and asked what can I do to convince the police that I did not in any way witness the murder. They said I can't. I then woke up.
Ok this to me doesnt sound like a bad dream, it sounds more like a NIGHTMARE. The unconscious instinct of the human mind is to “shy away” from looking at images/thoughts that create fear. However, when you are afraid of something you end up fueling its power because your fear indirectly gives attention to it. For example, you might fear ghosts (due to some fear based stories you heard in your childhood or after watching some horror movies that paint a completely misplaced picture of reality) and you are unwilling to face up to this fear, even though you are an adult now, because you are still clinging to your past responses – so this fear continues to stay within you because you don’t bring the light of awareness to these images/thought-patterns in your mind. When you are sleeping, your resistances are down, and the mind can now freely run its stored up contents – so it brings forth all the thoughts, that you fear, in a dramatic mix causing the production of graphic nightmares.
I believe this was what might have happened, your mind is obviously trying to get rid of thing stored in your brain - REALITY - you not being a drug user (FEAR - being forced to take drugs), REALITY - never killed someone (FEAR - being accused of killing someone), REALITY - Katy is a good person (FEAR - Katy turning towards the dark side). Just a thought.
That all makes sense! I have often been falsely accused of things in my life, which could have a part of the dream. Also, remember, my brother and my parents all believe that Katy uses drugs, which I do not believe is true, so that could also have something to do with the dream. What do you think?
2. This dream wasn't quite as bad. In this dream, there was a singing competition between current popular singers. Unfortunately, ever singer who I liked who was in the competition (the ones I remember were Katy Perry, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, and Amy Grant; all singers that I like) was having a really bad night, and sang badly. Katy sang Thinking of You, and unfortunately sang it really badly, and she was very upset about her performance. Most of the other singers that I liked completely forgot their lyrics. Amy Grant sang one line and then forgot her lyrics. She waited 5 minutes to try to remember them, and then gave up. I was disapointed that nobody I liked was going to win. I then woke up.
I think this is also a nightmare, but of lesser degree. I'm not sure if you have actually read recent comments lately of Katy's singing. But sadly some haven't been good (
hate them), anyway, I think the fact that you like these singer's voices (they hold a important part in your heart), with the mixture of possibly reading bad comments of Katy's voice (or the others) plus the fear that they will not be able to sing the same again is what probably caused this sympathetic nightmare.
That makes sense too. It is so frustrating to me how Katy often seems to have a hard time with live televised performances, when for many people, that is the only time they ever hear her sing. And they just assume that Katy has a lousy voice, and nothing I say will convince them otherwise. Maybe she sang Thinking of You, since that is a very seriously underrated song.
Again, do you have interpretations of my dreams from Replies 88, 95, and 96? Thanks.