“Last night I dreamed that I was dreaming of you…”
“A recurring dream is a dream which is experienced repeatedly over a long period.
A person who experiences post-traumatic stress disorder may have recurring dreams about the traumatic event.”
YES. W e h a v e r e t u r n e d .
Appearing INDELIBLY on the night in question, SURE to take up residence in future recurring dreams, both good and bad, will be the following fanatics, figments and firebrands:
DES O’CONNOR, who will control your mind, feeding off of vibrations left by terrible acts of violence…
MAT RICARDO, who plunges into jeopardy and danger; WARNING: performer may not leave the stage alive!
BORIS & SERGEY: These diminutive card sharps gamble for money! For Their lives! For their very SOULS!
BILLIE RAE tells a tale of beautiful fragility in a dark and cruel world intent on its destruction!
TIMBERLINA feeds your soul as she dispenses wisdom & woes and puts the world to rights and wrongs!
AMELIE SOLEIL who dives into the deepest river of your dreams to perform the impossible!
RANDOLPH HOTT, an intrepid Special Agent who hunts a killer, but what dark dreams lie in the trees…?
VIVID ANGEL, an angel fallen from heaven, intent on giving vent to her terrible, blistering fury!
…and perhaps a s e c r e t . . .
“The subjects of recurring dreams vary, and they often include events or settings from the dreamers’ own experiences. The following examples are common:
The sensation of falling
Being held down or otherwise unable to move (compare sleep paralysis)
Nakedness in a public place
Being held back in school or failing a test
Losing teeth or the ability to speak
Escaping or being caught in a tornado/storm
Drowning, or otherwise not being able to breathe
Finding lost items
Finding new rooms in one’s house
Unable to turn on the lights in one’s house
Many of the dreams listed above, such as flying, falling sensations, or everyday activities (turning on/off lights) would be classified as hypnagogic hallucinations. Hypnagogic hallucinations are vivid sensations that occur between being awake and just falling asleep .
Like any dream, recurring dreams have invited many interpretations.“