Lucid Dream #103

I experienced another lucid dream last night, and for the most part it was not too eventful in terms of a story, but rather a wonky dream.

A photo of some beautiful cumulus clouds at sunset with one tree and a man sitting under the tree.

This dream was about a small room in some person’s home. I did not see the person in my dream and I did not actually see the house. What I did see were strips of paper that were given out to the public as they entered this house via a small room. I recall people would travel from afar just to enter this one small room in a person’s home.

The strips of paper had oddball sayings printed on them and they looked similar to Twitter tweets. The best that I can recall after waking is that these strips of paper were meant to encourage people.

There was not a lot to this dream other than the strips of paper and this small room. People would show up just to enter this small room. It did not make a lot of sense – it is just some wonky dream.

What made this a lucid dream experience is that in the latter part of the dream, I guess I had grown tired of the fact that the room people were entering was so small. I do recall eventually calling it a foyer. I guess the size of the room bothered me.

So I took charge of the dream and started remaking this experience with a larger room. And then again, remaking it into an even larger room. At the end, people were entering an extremely large room.

When I woke up I had the old cliche in my head “Less is More”. I don’t know why this was my first thought. Nothing really makes sense in some dreams.

There was not anything good or bad in this dream, just some strips of paper, a room that I enlarged and “Less is More”.

Thanks for reading and have a great day! – Floyd

Published by Floyd Kelly

I'm a simple man living in a rural mountainous area of Northeast Washington state (US). I like to blog, create music, create 3D graphics/videos and take care of my wonderful dog.

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