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Old 12-10-2018, 08:22 PM   #1
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I have never posted here before so ,please, bear with me.

The first dream I had, I was meeting a friend to go on a walk a thon. First creepy part is that she passed away years ago. We walked and walked and never met any other people in the walk a thon. Turns out it was a bike a thon. We had both missed the original instructions. We finally went into a variety store to see if any other participants had passed by. Thats when we found out that the walk a thon was a bike a thon. We are not that bright so we kept walking hours and hours. We ended up jointly deciding to stop and go home. What can this mean?
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Old 12-10-2018, 08:51 PM   #2
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I like your post (and your dream sounds nice too). I would love to walk for hours without the anxiety of returning to reality. Although biking is also a nice group activity. Recently, I had a Déjà vu experience where I was reminded of a nice dream I once had. It's been a few months since I've woken up to one of my dreamlands. Hopefully after the holidays (and adjusting to my new sleep pattern), my dreams will return to me

PS Sorry to hear about your friend, other than that you were united in your dream.
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I'm so sorry you're struggling, aboutface123 What's the part you find the creepiest or most worrisome about this dream? I'm sorry to hear about your friend, perhaps the fact that she was there with you means that you still miss her or that you still haven't gotten over your friend's death. Could that be possible? I'm so sorry you have to deal with this
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Maybe you found out you were walking a pointless path in real life, and decided to return home to yourself.
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It means that you miss your friend, and although you were not always getting there the same ways as everyone else, you still got there in your own ways. I've had very similar dreams
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