"Still tangled in the fibered web of dreamland, the nightscape shroud of mist weighs heavily on my eyes lending a foggy quality to the daylight hours. The Full Moon and her illumination, her sight, her visions she lends to us. I wonder if she smiles at the visions she shows the hearts of her children while they lay in bed wrapped in her light" - Ara

Dreamland calls and off we fly into some secret night sky. Or perhaps to the depths of the ocean or the highest mountain. Wherever you go on this world or the next, what a funny thing when you can't shake the dream-state when you awaken.

That foggy, half-here-half-not feeling you get when you get back after a trip deep into dreamland, tired after your journeys into the great unknown. I call it the dream hangover and it holds me deep in it's arms many days after a very powerful dream.

Moving through these various stages of consciousness and dimensions has a tendency to make one tired. But what is it? Did you simply have a lot to do the previous night? Did you come back to abruptly? Did part of your consciousness stay there? Are you feeling down because you wish you were back there?

Teal Swan once talked in one of her videos about dreams and said that we only recalled dreams that we were a frequency match to the message.

So, if there is a lesson or something to be learned vibrating in a frequency that I'm not a match to, then I don't recall the dream or learn the lesson. Is this what is responsible for the dream hangover? That feeling of just plain off after slumber voyages? And what about the foggy dream recollection that gets pulled apart when we have deja vus?

I have always been a student of the meaning of dreams and symbols since a young age, and the keeping of a dream journal. But, it seems in older age that the hangovers are more present. I wonder if this speaks more to the ability for children to always be a match to an open frequency and to adults placing baggage in front of them, even in the lessons of dream-state?

Whatever it is I look forward to further exploring it and wandering the path of dreamland inviting the symbols and messages of the Universe to visit me there.

After all, who ever said rest should be uneventful?

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C. Ara Campbell

C. Ara Campbell is a visionary writer, soul guide, cosmic channel, teacher, artist, empath, womb keeper and the founder of The Goddess Circle. She is dedicated to the awakening feminine, living embodied truth and aiding others in connecting with their medicine. She is an old soul that has been writing and channeling guidance from the unseen world since she was young, intuitively soul coaching and empowering using spiritual and natural energies.