Don't ask me why I am awake before dawn and blogging. Nothing is better than confiding to your own diary; about dreams bizarre that none can understand.
I am a dream less sound sleeper. I can sleep like a log. I am also a blessed sleeper because, within five minutes I can turn over and fall asleep.
But strangely enough; of late, I see weird dreams. Last month I saw Shirdi Sai Baba's throne in his shrine empty. I woke up with a start, as I am an ardent devotee of his. I woke up sad.
I am spiritual but not religious.
A couple of days ago, on the occasion of a Birthday celebration I happened to stand in front of a temple in the campus. I closed my eyes and stood there a long time, and slipped into a meditative stage. The temple was of Lord Vishnu, but my closed eyes revealed a statue of a Goddess clad in white garment, the right hand pointing to the right of the temple. A bluish halo circled the statue. Iwas unmindful of the people around me and wondered whether the goddess was signalling me to get away from the temple. After some time the vision cleared and the bright light stayed on. I gently rubbed my eyes and opened it. I once again faced the idol of Lord Vishnu. I kept it as a secret lest I be laughed at as the one suffering from hallucinations!
Today another dream has woken me up. At 3 . 30 am , I was walking by the temple lane, and glanced at it sideways. There is no doubt that dreams can be weirder than reality, because I saw in the place of the temple , an open shed.
What ever that dream may mean, it surely did steal away my sleep and brought me to blog it. I feel crazy blogging non sensible things such a dream yet I am recording this dream for future analysis.
Long back a dream had huanted me for six months continuosly, which I recorded it as a script 'When the moon played hide and seek' during Script Frenzy.
Who knows this could be another story in making?! I should wait and watch.
9 Sep 2011
Causes Sumathi Mohan Supports
Child education, eradication of child labour and child marriages, promotion of education in slum areas. free thinking. MV Foundation, Hyderabad. CRY.