I had a long dream prior to being in/out of lucidity but towards the end became fully lucid at my old high school, when the really interesting part happened. I saw a dream figure and decided to ask what he represents.

“What do you represent?”


“What does that mean?”

“I made it up.”

“No really, tell me what you represent,” I said. He didn’t really answer and just walked away. I followed him onto a bus as he walked away from me. “Come on, tell me what you represent? Is that not a true question?”

“It’s true and not true.”

“What’s true about it?”

No real response. I went up to a lady on the bus. “Ok, what do you represent?”

“Popsicle sticks,” she said and laughed at me.

“Come on, really? So you people don’t represent anything?” There were a bunch of people looking at me now. “You’re my subconscious, we all are, help me out here.” I was looking around at everyone on the bus basically giving a speech.

“Is something wrong with you?” She asked.

“No, but everyone can improve, tell me how I can improve.”

“Alaska, move there, Hawaii’s great but . . .” I forget what she said but she was messing with me. I am considering a move to Hawaii so she picked the polar opposite place to screw with me it seemed like. Then the dream ended and I woke up. I have asked dream characters before what they represent and they’ve given real answers,  or so at least I thought. It’s like my subconscious has to be in the right “mood” or something. 

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