|Reviewed by Seann Vinyasa-Billson
|I too had a dream of being surrounded by bamboo's. I was lying down with my boyfriend and I couldn't figure out where we were or why it was important. I knew from a feeling in my abdomen upon awakening that it was indeed important. Perhaps this ties in with what you were seeing too.|
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
|You probably hooked into the communal consciousness of an alien world in your nightly travels. With an opened minded free thinker that you are there is just no telling where your mind will get to. Awesome "dream". Liz|
|Reviewed by Damien Rickner
|A fair assessment indeed.|
|Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
|A dream of dreamers. Its filled with imagination, yet choices which can be made. Its up to us to make changes and get it done some how, some way. The system is logged with red tape and self important people who intreprut things the way they want them to be. Its hard to win. Good write....M|
|Reviewed by Staci Gansky-Wagner
|Interesting dream, are you sure you were not night traveling? Dreams can represent many different things or even just a different dimension or level of existence. :)|
|Reviewed by Tom Kitt
|It's an illusion, a figment of imagination and no less real then your mother and father. Tom|
|Reviewed by Willie Maartens
|Some excellent observations. I really enjoyed your vision - much to digest. I am always on some vision quest, so I enjoy views like these. What does it mean? I think you are in the best position to elucidate the meaning - it was your vision! I wonder if visions can lie, or that our own reality rather skew it. Very best wishes as always. Willie|
|Reviewed by Morning Star
|A dream filled with so much mystery
I always take dreams very seriously
They are an advance warning to me
Whiter is good or bad
Yours is indeed a very interesting one
I will look it up on my book of dreams!!
Outstanding write but all your poetry and articles
are brilliant your writing is beautiful!!
Love Peace And Hugssss...Morning star
|Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
|This indeed is an unusual dream filled with interest, mystery, and suspense with visionary value for those who believe the mind can measure time beyond the present.
In comparson to my dreams, yours are equivalent to a movie, while mine are short clips--that I wish I could remember. Nice story! Hold onto your beliefs. Everything that happens in this world begins with a thought.
|Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader)
|VEry thought provoking. Interesting view as always. Lady J|
|Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
|Interesting writing that makes for interesting reading!|
|Reviewed by Gordon Rosenberg
|excellent dream and interpretation, Reg, yes, our night visions can be enlightening .. take us someplace beyond where ordinary consciousness usually does .. thank you for this|
|Reviewed by Richard Hiebner
|Very Interesting Dream Regis
Thank you for Sharing
|Reviewed by Michael Guy
|I take your dreams seriously, being the creative and unusual man you are: and you got me to thinking from this quote:
"Whom should I believe? Me -- the 'traveler' in or beyond space/time looking for answers to question never answered satisfactorily or not yet asked?
Or those who have lorded it over me since time immemorial to use me, abuse me, make me lie and kill for them, and die for them? Where is the legacy for such blind trust today?"
Besides the usual message of being lorded over by a government that tries to silence criticism and brainwash it's citizens - science too, becomes a tool of tryanny despite the good it does, but refusing any knowledge outside it's theoretical framework - i.e.> science still refuses to study consciousness - So your Anthropologist in the dream is significant, perhaps respresenting all the prejudice that keeps us hemmed in. I've been reading research for my new novel: "The Golden Flute" from the Ancient Sumerian Myths of Mesopotamia (circa 4000B.C. I think) I'm convinced that those they called the "Anunnaki" were civilizers from some other time or place interacting with these simple people who showed such promise of a civilization - I do beleive we did not evolve to where we are alone, without help.
But those are just some of the thoughts your articles inspire....
best to you, michael
|Reviewed by John Leko
|...interesting dream...in its story...your descriptive details of what you perhaps found in its analysis...and the possibility of what we might find within it also.
thank you for sharing this Regis...
|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
My first thought at the into description-"they" are symbolic of a penis probably his.
Hey I'm being serious here :)
lol sorry, but that is what I got from that part. Anyway life as we know it is usually what we see with the humane eye. Now as for me I firmly believe in things that cannot be seen. Just because we don't see it Does not mean it doesn't exist. It can be defined many ways. But the spirit or other realms are there. We are spirits & we are energy fields so to speak. I can feel people. Aura's are real to us that see them & not real to those who don't.
I am always interested in dreams.
Embraced ~ Embrassé
& thats No April Fools!!
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Interestign dream indeed Reg and one I am sure the dream analyzers would have a field day with but the beauty of it is you get to decide what it means to you.
|Reviewed by Sheila Roy
|This is a fascinating read. I like the way your deep thinking abilities lead you to further thought and analysis of this dream. Many would wake up and say "What the...?" and leave it at that. I've had dreams about alien life, but they have always involved an invasion here on Earth. The details usually consume my mind for days just because they always seem so realistic. Nicely written and provocative:)
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
|Plant-life becoming humanoid? You ARE a nature lover, Reg! Of course, many of us would agree with you.
"...Earth-like landscape of hillsides..." revealed by images picked from your mind. And don't we do this now when reading poetry or stories of nature, or close our eyes in remembrance of beautiful scenery we've once viewed in our youth; when our minds produce/reproduce serene visions to cleanse our stresses of life?
Our minds, whether awake or dreaming, are often our best healer.
Love to read your articles, friend Reg...always makes me reflect...
|Reviewed by Deborah Munson (Reader)
|Wow you didn't dream you had an adventure! I do believe we are fearfully and wonderfully made. We would be lucky to even have a half of a percent of all the knowledge that this vast universe holds. Which brings me to the realization that all those other "percents" of knowledge are held by a higher power which I CHOOSE to believe is God and trusting Him when He says -- My Ways Are Higher Than Your Ways, My Thoughts Higher Than Your Thoughts.....and also brings to mind that verse in Revelation that states in the last days -- Young men will see visions and old men will dream dreams..............Deborah:)|
|Reviewed by Bonnie May
|Wonderful dream, at first I thought you were in Colorado. Love this write. Love, Bonnie|
|Reviewed by Lew Duffey
|It has been said, we create our dreams. Bits and pieces of each days experiences, thoughts, reflections or things we have witnessed. These are the brains way of defragmenting. Strange how the mind house cleans just as our computer does. Taking bits and pieces of information which have been stored apart from one another. I loved the write.