following my bliss
my arms outstretched in the tingling
Process of transformation,
and soon tough legs,
With folded feet,
trail in the sounding vacuum
:: All about me ::
Date of Birth:October 03, 1977
... but I practice LNT ha!
to relish their work,
knowing that scaling the mountain
is what makes the view from the top
so exhilarating. (D. Waitley)
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Uhm, noticed it after my Pico climb. I'd have those falling dreams just when i'm on the verge of deep sleep. And so i'd wake up irritated with my heart pumping like crazy. Had that for 3 days, I think.
Then, on the bus ride home yesterday, I woke up twice having the same jerky dream and disorientation. And I had another one before I slept last night. And I sure had a restless sleep, waking up every 30 minutes or so, which is why I skipped work (i did not get any rest at all).
I interpret this as my unconscious mind's way of coping with mountaineering. Then again, it bugs me since i've never been really scared of heights or woozy when up anywhere high.
And I hate falling dreams cause it gives me the feeling of nervousness, anxiety and impending doom.
by ~me~ at 8:41 PM ©