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Everything was so clear

Just a short while ago I woke up from sleep. Unfortunately I went to bed early. I say "unfortunately" because I have an appointment to get the oild changed for my truck early tomorrow morning.. but that is a long frickin' time from now and I'm going to be awake a long time before that happens. (sigh)

But maybe it was for a reason.

I had what was probably the most vivid dream I've ever had. It was a good dream. The best dream I've ever had in my life to my memory. When I woke up, I knew I had to write it down. I had to write down every single detail of what it was about - and I did. I'm very happy I was able to do that. When I awoke, I just said to myself Write this down. Do it. Now.

I'm not going to say what it was about. Not now. Maybe later I will post it. But what I can tell you is this:

My best dreams are in full vibrant vivid color - but this one was different. I could see everything. When I say "see" I mean I could see stuff. The bark on trees, the dirt on a road.. with great detail. I could read things that appeared (if you've ever tried to read anything inside a dream you'll notice that it blurs the moment you try to read it - this did not happen this time), I could smell things (something that never happened before), I could feel the temperature of the outside, such as feeling the warmth of the sun or feeling cool rushing water as you step through it at a riverbank. I could touch things and when I did, such as touching a tree, it felt like a tree. More or less I had all six senses going full steam ahead.

The most important part was that I actually spoke with someone and had dialogue. No, it wasn't a relative or anything like that. As a matter of fact it was someone I've never even met. The point is that I actually interacted with someone. Normally, beings that appear in my dreams are just random presences that do not make any sense at all. When they speak, I can usually understand a few words but then it turns into something else and they fade away. That didn't happen this time. I could hear and understand everything.

The dream wasn't "intimate", it was just good. Better than good. Great. At three points in the dream (yes, I knew I was dreaming,) I thought it was going to end and I would wake up - but didn't. It kept going. The end of the dream was exactly where it was supposed to end.

It is so rare when this happens and I am so happy that I got to experience it, I got to write it down afterwards, and it was something that leaves you saying to yourself... "Wow."

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