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The First Five...

Following my arrival on the Pirate Ship Sutter, I experienced a series of consecutive dreams that stand out in my mind.

The first night was strange because I didn't dream. I've always been an avid dreamer. Nearly every night is filled with rich imagery and I frequently remember my dreams upon waking. This night was different. And it wasn't even that I didn't dream. It's that my mind was totally clear in the dream space. All was dark and quiet and full of peace. Upon waking, I remarked to myself how odd it was that I hadn't dreamed that night.

The second night I had one of the most vivid flying dreams I've ever experienced.
Myself and one or two others were flying like swallows over a meadow at dusk. But we were in these puffy purple suits. They were made out of the material that down vests are made of and they had a quilted look to them. We were swooping around really fast over the acreage at my grandparent's house. I remember the excitement I felt at the speed, versatility and control that I had in this flying dream. The movement was effortless and graceful. It felt really cool!

The third night I had a lucid dream. Although I've only experienced a few of these, they all seem to have a similar theme. I was in an office building, amidst cubicles and workers wearing formal attire. I realized quickly that I was in a dream and immediately strode over to a woman in a knee-length skirt and blouse. As I did so, I reminded myself that it was a dream and that I could do anything I wanted to within this dream. I pinned the woman against a high desk and began tearing her clothes off. She had perfect breasts and I ravaged them as she acquiesced without resistance. Shortly after, I awoke.

The fourth night I had a disaster dream - a common theme for me. But this dream wasn't one of my typical disaster dreams, that until this point had focused around seeing a tornado heading my way. In this dream, I was in a small glass house in the middle of the Florida Everglades, amid waist-high water and an ever-darkening sky. Suddenly a storm whipped up and the water began rising, violently engulfing the house with tumultuous waves. In many of my disaster dreams, I immediately begin panicking and grabbing important things and people and moving them to safety. In this dream, however, I was exposed. There was no safe place. And I couldn't hide from the terror all around me. And so instead of cowering or panicking, I stood my ground. I walked closer to the thin wall of glass separating me and the storm and I touched the barrier gently. It held strong and I lost my fear.

The fifth night, I had a dolphin dream - another common theme for me. Dolphins and whales have been coming in and out of my dreams for many years. Typically, they leave me with a feeling of safety, love, and excitement. In this dream, I was on an open sound, surrounded by mountains to my right and ahead, over the body of water. The sun was silvery through some low hazy clouds, as it set coolly on my left. I had never been to this place before and I was high up on a hill. Below, in the water, and not too far off shore, I saw some Orca whales in the water. As is my typical reaction, I immediately ran to the water to get closer. I ran out onto a wooden dock at the water's edge, with deep indigo lapping at its sides. I put my hand in the water and began to click my fingernails together (similar to nearly every marine mammal dream I've had). Soon a dolphin approached me at the dock and as I sat back, it raised up out of the water before me. It came to my eye-level and opened its mouth so wide I could see deep into its throat. At the back of the dolphin's throat was a revolving tibetan prayer wheel, with gold inscriptions on it. The dolphin told me telepathically that this was its third eye, a most sacred object, and one that few have the honor of witnessing. The dolphin then closed its mouth and we moved close enough to touch our foreheads together. The dolphin and I connected our minds and though I don't remember what I learned from that experience, I remember feeling as if I'd reached a higher plane.
Years later, I was driving from Anchorage to Soldotna, AK, for the first time, and realized that the place I'd seen in my dream was the inlet known as Turnagain Arm, East of Anchorage, before you start driving through the mountains.

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